From Soup To Sangha – A Perfect Solution For This Season
YogaCity NYC’s Elysha Lenkin sat down with yoga teacher and Soup Club member Julie Peacock to learn more about how it is done. Here’s an excerpt from the interview:
EL: Sounds like a sangha.
JP: It is so much about this sense of a sangha because there is so much enjoyment of life when we can share with others. And when we can practice this openness to others, it’s that sense of offering your time, your energy and your efforts. Sure, it’s Soup Club, but it’s about unleashing this virtuous cycle of food sharing, and it extends beyond making soup for one another — it’s how you can bond together to share the ins and outs of life with each other. And one of the ins and outs is cooking— it’s really enjoyable a lot of the time, and then it’s drudgery a lot of the time. Everyone has got to eat. So why not figure out a way to share in that process.