Sunday, 28 March 2010

"Anastasia" Interview Playback Available NOW :)

WOW, did you listen in live to the radio show interview Mr. M did with Dr. Leo Sharashkin on Friday night? Mmmmmm, what a wonderful inspiration Dr. Leo is, stepping from a projected path of corporate business life into becoming the editor of the phenomenal "Anastasia" books into English, moving onto a plot of land, homebirthing and raising three vibrant children with his lovely wife, co-creating their kins' domain garden and now sharing workshops worldwide based on Anastasia's simple and profound message - to get to the land and start growing ;) Well, in truth, she shares a *lot* more than that in these books - this is the core message that I took from this life-shifting series though and it was SUCH a blessing to be able to speak with Leonid directly about this revolution...

If you missed the call, the free interview *PLAYBACK* can still be heard over at until midnight Pacific time tonight (Sunday) - the special book offers on the call are also available until midnight Pacific tonight - enjoy :)))

on March the 26th I appreciated:

1 quart water
1.5 cups carrot juice blended with Vitamineral Green
1 tbsp bee pollen, 30 chlorella tablets
2 cups greeeeeeeeen juice mixed with carrot juice
bowl of blended lucuma/coconut pudding with dulse and flax crackers
mug of reishi/shilajit/ormus tea
3 cups water
2 cups greeeeeeen juice mixed with carrot juice
bowl of broccoli salad (chopped broccoli, avo/basil sauce, dulse, chopped tomatoes), followed by a few slices of dried plantain
2 cups water

Mmmmmmm, I hope y'all enjoyed the recent 'WISH' Summit as much as I did - in fact I'm *still* listening to the calls now, there were so many of them and soooo much amazing info to absorb...if any of you missed the Summit or didn't hear as much of it as you would have loved to, this is a little reminder that the RawReform Giveaway prize this month is a full 'back-stage-pass' for the WISH Summit, so that the blessed winner can access the call playbacks whenever they want - yeeeeeeeeee-HAH ;)
This giveaway closes this Thursday, April 1st, so...don't be a 'fool' ;) ...get your entry in before mid-week to potentially secure your own back-stage pass to an absolute bounty of enriching interviews. Just send in your A to the following Q, to be in with a chance of winning:

"What is *your* brightest wish for the young girls of today?"

Send your entries in to and the winner will be picked at random and with love around the start of April...thanks, we love you :)

on March the 27th I enjoyed:

1 quart water
2 cups greeeeeen juice mixed with carrot juice
bowl of leftover broccoli salad (chopped broccoli, avo/basil sauce, dulse, chopped tomatoes), followed by a few macadamia nuts with raisins
3 cups water
chunk of pineapple
shared yummy meal of guacamole, veggie crudites & flax crackers, followed by half a banana
2 mugs reishi/shilajit/ormus tea
2 cups water

I mentioned Anastasia's message above, to 'get to the land and start growing food' and wow, things are unfolding for us with such joy in that direction right now - we've been planting trees almost daily the last few weeks, plus getting the veggie garden beds ever-nearer to planting stage - YAY :) Today we picked up a whole new set of trees to plant too: dragon fruit, mulberries, macadamias, almonds...and many more on the way - we LOVE it :)))

On the subject of planting, many of you have been writing recently too, to let us know how *your* gardens and plant babies are coming along - it's especially exciting to hear how many of you have been planting up the heirloom tomato seeds that were offered last week, plus so many of you seem to have been having GREAT success with the outrageously prolific Ice Cream Bean seeds ;) Here's a message from one reader, JoAnn, about her experience so far with the Ice Cream Beans:

"I purchased two pods and planted all the seeds from one pod. I am pleased to announce I am now the custodian of more than twenty little new seedlings. I started them shortly after receiving them from you folks in late Feb they emerged March 10th.

You are so right they are prolific. Twenty something little seedlings from one pod. Now I'm waiting for at least two sets of true leaves to appear so I can move each new seedling into it's own 2 gal nursery pot. Care for the seedlings in my heated greenhouse until the weather is warm enough. Weather conditions prevailing set them out side for the summer. As I live just north of Seattle, Washington (not exactly tropical weather) it will not be until July I can safely set them out. The Ice Cream Bean trees will need to overwinter inside a greenhouse until next year. Then to new homes with really big greenhouses.

I bet I'm the only one on my street with an Ice Cream Bean forest. Thanks !

Honored to hold the light of awareness, joy and magic 
Thank you, JoAnn"

;) LOVE it ;)

All love and lightning blessings of divine alignment to you all,
Angela Stokes-Monarch. xxx

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