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Planting and Gardens
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Pearl33
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02/17/2010 6:32 AM
Reflecting on Ananstasia's comments of how the earth can feel a loving touch through gardening and appreciation and the reverse that the earth suffers from misuse, I wondered how this Great Earth could suffer from the mistakes of Man. The Earth is so large and is millions of years old and man has been here for just a blip of time. It was beyond my comprehension of how our Beloved Earth could suffer.

I got my answer recently. I had a tooth infection that was very painful. The pain would come in waves and fill my head and neck. Tears would fill my eyes. I went to the dentist and he couldn't find where the pain was coming from. He explained that a nerve the size of a hair could produce the pain that I was experiencing.

Illumination came as I understood that our bodies reflect the Earth body and as we can feel intense pain from a tiny nerve smaller than a hair so can the Earth feel pain from the mistakes of Man.

Reading the Anastasia books has shown me the importance of sending love into the Earth. Sometimes as I pray or walk I visualize Love coming through my feet into the Earth. When I touch trees I realize that the Earth can feel that love. I feel the love coming from the trees and plants and rocks.

I realize more fully that the Earth is alive and a spiritual being and really can feel love and feel pain.

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02/17/2010 5:16 PM
Winter Gardening with Sprouts- I just began sprouting using Anastasia's method. I love the sprouts. It's so much fun. When I tried sprouting way back when they got moldy and I gave it up. I'm using sprouters called "Easy Sprout". No mold, tastes great! I found them on a wonderful sprouting site called "The Sprout People". I tried one of their recipes today using sprouted beans and it was yummy. Here's the site: www.sproutpeople.com They have videos of how to sprout too. The video on "Easy Sprout" really helped me get the confidence to try sprouting again. Now I want to make sprouting videos too!

Also, I wanted to get a family member, that I won't name, to put the seeds in their mouth for 9 minutes etc but this person didn't have the time. I got him to put a little of his own saliva in the sprouting container during the initial soaking time. (Fear not, the seeds are rinsed 2 times a day after the first 8 hour soaking.) I have the container near a window where many stars and the sun can radiate on it. I'm thinking this is a good plan. We will see!!

Note: To all you wanna be sprouters I say, "Go forth and Sprout! You can do it!" It's especially worth the little amount of effort to grow cute and yummy things in the winter.

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02/22/2010 10:17 AM
I have been a gardener most of my life, and when I began reading the Anastasia books unlimited possibilites soared through my being!

I am interested in growing sprouts, wheatgrass, and microgreens. I went on to the "SproutPeople" site, there was a wealth of information there.

I own an old Champion juicer, but they don't recommend using it to juice wheatgrass. They recommend and sell the Green Star model GS-1000 (395.00). They also sell a manual juicer, the Healthy Juicer (44.00).

Have you, or anyone, had experience with these juicers, or have any recommendations to offer?

I Love Gardening,
Madelyn
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02/22/2010 1:00 PM


There is a great story in Book 5 of the Ringing Cedars series describing how groves of old apple trees on a couple of abandoned estates in Russia produce more apples than the local "village orchards which are tended to and fertilised."
These older trees, "dripping with fruit," showed no signs of worm infestation or insects, even though they were not being sprayed with pesticides or chemicals as the trees in the local villages were.

When a great frost hit the area in 1976, the local orchards were destroyed and new trees had to be planted. The old apple trees, uncared for by man, were unaffected by the cold "and not a single tree was lost." Oak trees and Siberian Cedars surrounded these old apple orchards, providing protection from the elements and sharing their light energy as well.

It occurred to my wife and I that we (mankind) tend to overemphasize our gardening techniques and we all might be better off if we focused more on simply being planters, rather than being gardeners. A property which has been thoughtfully planted with a variety of growing things that can support one another seems quite able to flourish on its own and requires little additional help from gardening to survive.
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02/22/2010 1:50 PM
In response to Madelyn's question on manual wheat grass juicers: I made fresh wheat grass juice 1-3 times a day for over 2 years with a manual juicer. I liked that it didn't require electricity, was inexpensive and can also grind other things like meat and nuts. I'm not sure if I can drink wheatgrass juice anymore! It's intense!

I love the "Sprout People's" "Mother's Mix" sprouting seeds. They are especially tasty after sprouting for only 2 days when there is still a taste of sesame and garlic chive. After day 4 they taste like traditional sprouts, still great.

Happy Sprouting! Lisa
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