Thursday, 7 May 2009

Raw Emotions on Amazon :)

OOOoooo, I’m excited :) My book Raw Emotions is now up on Amazon for sale – I really feel like a 'real' author now ;) You can see it HERE...and perhaps, if you’ve read it already, you might LOVE to share a review on Amazon? That would be SUPER–appreciated and I will send huge energetic hugs and love to you (well, I do that every morning anyway – I’ll send even more... ;)
I received SUCH a sweet little message about 'Raw Emotions' yesterday from Alex Ortner (from the Simply Raw reversing diabetes movie). Alex is currently reading the book and wrote:

“Let me just say that your new book...ROCKS! I've only read about 1/3 of it so far (not much extra time with a baby) but I think it's a fantastic book. I'm REALLY big into understanding the reasons for why we do what we do...and I LOVE that your book takes a real and honest look into understanding the connections between food and emotions.

It is VERY well written. Sometimes I think that people get too lost worrying about raw food and don't understand the emotional and spiritual things going on behind their eating. I'm big into raw food but I don't think that you can really help somebody unless you look at the reasons for why people eat what they eat.

So, in short, really like the book. I think it's the best book I've read on raw food. :)”

Alex Ortner

Wow, THANKS, Alex :)))
If you haven't got hold of this juicy book yet, you can invest in a copy of Raw Emotions HERE – enjoy :)

on May the 6th I had:

1 quart water
shotglass of orange juice
2 cups greeeeen juice: nettles, fennel, parsley, dandelion, romaine, spinach, Jerusalem artichoke, carrot
3 romaine wraps stuffed with cucumber mush, dulse, tomatoes, masses of sprouts, followed by a little slice of Mr. M’s birthday ice cream cake (sans chocolat layer ;)
1 quart water
2 tbsp E3 Live
2 romaine wraps stuffed with cucumber mush, dulse, tomatoes, masses of sprouts, followed by a little persimmon ice cream
3 cups water

Well, while we’re on the subject of Mr. Ortner and the Simply Raw film, here’s a timely little reminder that the current fabulous bonus giveaway offer for the Simply Raw DVD ends TOMORROW (Friday May 8th), at midnight.
If you order the DVD before the deadline, you will receive a handsome reward of over 53 different bonus extras to expand your brain cells, like e–books, audios and other yummy actually even receive the whole of Mr. M’s ‘Raw Success’ E–book and my whole ‘Revealing the Physical Changes’ e–book as part of the package – BARGAIN ;)
To get in on the action before midnight tomorrow, click HERE.

on May the 7th I had:

1 quart water
5oz orange juice
2 cups veggie juice: celery, cucumber, fennel, Jerusalem artichoke, dandelion, parsley, fenugreek greens, beetroot, carrot
2 tbsp bee pollen
3 cups water
fingertip of royal jelly
3 cups lemon drink: blended water with lemon juice, stevia powder, added zinc angstrom minerals liquid (thanks si*star* Michelle for the recipe inspiration ;)
2 Tbsp E3 Live
bowl of fruit salad with raw ice cream (blueberries, blackberries, fresh mulberries, cherimoya)
2 cups water

OoOoOoo, opportunities abounding today...the tremendous Tree of Life centre in Arizona would love you to know that they have some exciting employment openings to share...check these out:

*Admin Assistant to Gabriel Cousens (OoOoOoo la la, imagine ;)
*Colonic Hydrotherapist/ Licensed Massage Therapist (NICE :)
*Licensed Massage Therapist (Mmmmmmmm…)
*Vegan Live Food Chef (HURRAY :)
*Sprout/ Farm/ Garden Worker (Ooooo, I’d choose this one ;)
*Cafe Seva - 3 Month Minimum
*Garden Seva - 3 Month Minimum

All positions require at least a two year commitment of joy...all details can be eyeballed HERE:
…and while we’re on the subject of fun activities at the Tree, the next round of their fabulous–sounding ‘Conscious Gardening’ course is coming up very soon...May 17–23, then also August 23–29 or October 25–31 – learn how to grow your own fresh, vibrant, loved–up, nutrient–packed food in greenhouses or fields... :) See HERE:

All love,
Miss Stokes. xxx

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