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Sun Disc
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01/26/2010 6:09 AM
    In the first Anastasia book in the Ringing Cedars series, Anastasia gives instruction on preparing seeds for planting (putting them in one's mouth, holding them in one's hands, blowing on them, etc.) Does anybody have any personal experiences with this procedure? How did it work out?
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    01/26/2010 6:41 PM
    Yes!! I grew a tomato plant on my front deck this last summer and I did use these techniques as well as loved and stroked the plant a lot. Lots and lots of delicious golden cherry tomatoes all summer!! I was bonded to that plant!




    Posted By Sun Disc on 26 Jan 2010 06:09 AM
    In the first Anastasia book in the Ringing Cedars series, Anastasia gives instruction on preparing seeds for planting (putting them in one's mouth, holding them in one's hands, blowing on them, etc.) Does anybody have any personal experiences with this procedure? How did it work out?

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    01/26/2010 6:44 PM
    My wife and I noticed that the seeds that we first infused with our saliva and love grew much quicker and fuller than those that were simply planted without first allowing them to receive our DNA via the methodology that Anastasia recommends.
    It's really wonderful to consider that specific plants are our partners and almost like children that we tend and care for. It's a great learning experience for children to grow plants, too.
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    02/09/2010 11:07 AM


    The winter season is an excellent time to use Anastasia's techniques on indoor plants. Sprouting, in particular, is a good way to proceed. Placing sprouts planted with traditional methods next to sprouts planted using Anastasia's methods would be a very interesting experiment.
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    02/09/2010 12:59 PM
    Yes, I planted a 12x12 garden of vegetables using this method. I traveled all summer so I gave the results of the garden to my neighbor. I will be doing it again this spring and will be home to feast. Here is what Anastasia recommends you do when planting seeds:

    Anastasia’s Comments on Preparing Seeds for Planting:

    Before planting, put into your mouth one or more little seeds, hold them in your mouth, under the tongue, for at least nine minutes. Then place the seed between the palms of your hands and hold it there for about thirty seconds. During this time it is important that you be standing barefoot on the spot of earth where you will later be planting it.

    Open your hands and carefully raise the seed which you are holding in your mouth. Then blow on it lightly, warming it with your breath, and the wee little seed will know everything that is within you.

    Then you need to hold it with your hands open another thirty seconds, presenting the seed to the celestial bodies. And the seed will determine the moment of its awakening. The planets will all help it! And will give the sprouts the light they need to produce fruit especially for you.

    After that you may plant the seed in the ground. In no case would you water it right off, so as not to wash away the saliva which is now covering it, along with other information about you that the seed will take in. It can be watered three days after planting.

    The planting must be done on days appropriate to each vegetable (people already know this, from the lunar calendar). In the absence of watering, a premature planting is not as harmful as an overdue planting.

    It is not a good idea to pull up all the weeds growing in the vicinity of the sprouts. At least one of each kind should be left in place. The weeds can be cut back...

    During the cultivation time, it is desirable to communicate with the plant--at least once during its growth period. And it is desirable to approach it and touch it during a full moon.

    When planting the seedlings, it is important to soften the dirt in the excavated hole with one’s fingers and bare toes and spit into the hole. Anastasia recommends walking around the plot barefoot from time to time.

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