Nov 17, 2020
Simon Jongenotter is an earth custodian, intuitive healing
facilitator and plant-based chef based in Bali,
Indonesia. He’s the founder of the New Earth School, which
teaches through strengthening our connection to self, others and
Earth. He’s co-founder and Executive chef of Zest Ubud, the well
known Ubud based restaurant which, besides serving entirely
plant-based cuisine, hosts leading-edge events around connection
and human consciousness. Simon envisions humanity finding
harmony with Nature yet again, as the current changes on Earth are
forcing us to question our outdated habits and create new,
wholesome ways of living.
In this episode, we dive into:
“Cooking For Better Sleep”
- How did Simon end up in magical Bali?
- Simon’s New Earth Cooking School in Bali is all about
empowering people through food by facilitating connection with
self, others and Earth in a playful way. What is this space that
Simon created in Bali all about? How did this space arise from
- We live in a world of sympathetic dominance and sleeplessness.
Yet, Simon comes from a pristine space where he is truly one with
the Earth. How can you balance the male and female energy within to
truly balance yin yang and cook from that space? Why does Simon
thank his nights of bad sleep?
- How would Simon empower people to cook for better sleep? What
should go into cooking for better sleep from concept to creation to
consumption? Can cooking be a spiritual practice to improve sleep?
What are these potent sacred rituals of cooking that Simon
- What are five great ingredients that Simon would choose to
build a plate for great sleep?
- How would Simon use those five magical ingredients and what
would he do with them to create this magical sleep plate?
- Is a certain cooking methodology that can make food easier to
assimilate and support sleep?
- How would Simon create food that is balanced for great
For more on Simon Jongenotter, you can follow him:
-For more on Deepa, The Sleep Whisperer, please follow her on
Instagram @mysleepwhisperer and @phytothrive_yogini, on Facebook
Deepa Kannan. You can also mail Deepa at firstname.lastname@example.org or find
her at www.phytothrive.com