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Planting and Gardens
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therighttouch
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02/28/2010 6:52 AM
I was inspired by the first Anastasia book last year and planted a 20x12 organic garden with fruits and vege's plus my first fruit tree. I planted a wild flower garden 6 feet from it with perennials. Every step of the way I had the help I needed since some steps of removing the sod and pounding stakes were difficult for me. I visualized Anastasia helping me and called on her each step along the way. I also used companion planting. I never saw so many butterflies and bees and birds in my yard. There were a few bugs eating the turnips and white moths, so I have to figure out what to plant this year to help, but the garden gave more than I could eat so I shared with friends. It was all very tasty. I also put symbols of earth, air, fire, and water around the garden in appropriate spots and had a Buddha water fountain in the middle of a cross of wood chips to walk on. It was cosmic and started out only as a connection with Anastasia. Looking forward to this year.
Nancy Freaner
Chersmin
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05/14/2010 7:16 AM
Hello everyone, I'm new to this forum. Can anyone please tell me who Anastasia is ? This is very interesting since I love gardening very much.
Dean Baylor
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05/14/2010 10:14 AM


Hi Chersmin!

Welcome to our forum. There are lots of gardeners here to share ideas with.

Anastasia is a mystic who currently lives in the forests of Siberia. She was born and raised in the wild, shuns modern conveniences, and is extraordinarily in tune with her surroundings, including plants and animals.

Her story has been revealed to the public by a man named Vladimir Megre, who has written a series of ten books, called the "Ringing Cedars" series, whose worldwide sales now exceed 11 million. In these books, Anastasia reveals a vast array of information on planting, growing and utilizing plant life. Her techniques are quite unique, and they are being copied and implemented around the world.

One of the things she emphasizes, for example, is that our plants will lovingly adjust their nutritional content to accomodate our physical requirements if we provide our plants with our vibrational quality before and after planting. So, inserting your plant seeds into your mouth and allowing them to soak in your saliva for nine minutes provides the seed with much of the information necessary for healing any health difficulties we may have. She also recommends walking in our gardens with bare feet, as many of the toxins in our bodies are expelled through our feet. This helps our plants to know what kind of illnesses we may have, and they can then alter their growth accordingly, bringing about healing that is specific to the individual.
Madelyn
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07/29/2010 8:55 AM
At our Freedom Conference in July, Mona Lewis gave a wonderful presentation on Permaculture. I enjoyed it very much and would like to start incorperating the new concepts into my garden and landscape. I have many questions and would like to dialog with others who are knowledgeable in permaculture or who are beginning to learn and transitioning their own gardens into sustainable food gardens and landscapes.
I am looking to purchase dwarf fruit trees, can anyone inform me of the best verieties to plant? Also a good source to obtain Comfery? Thank you.

Blessings,
Madelyn
Holly N
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07/31/2010 12:21 PM
To Madelyn,

I have used the Green Life Twin Gear juicer for years to wonderful effect. I started with the wheat grass, which it does better than any juicer I'm aware of; and continued on to juice just about every kind of green, as well as apples and grapes. Wonderful!!!

I grew my own wheat grass and a number of different kinds of sprouts for several years as well. Currently I'm still juicing 'green stuff' every week, as well as occasionally growing alfalfa sprouts. I've been thinking of getting back into the wheat grass.

If you'd like any more info on the Green Life juicer please feel free to contact me (home 505-890-7811)- - you wouldn't believe some of the stuff it has lived through, and the incredible job it does.

Blessings!
Holly
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