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    Back in 1996 the first book of the series named "Anastasia" was published in Russia and that was the beginning of the new era of Space of Love on Earth co-creation and ecovillage movement. 10 books has been published since then and many of them has been translated into more than 20 languages.
    The narrator of this amasing story is a Russian intrepreneur. On a river voyage to Siberia, he learns of a cedar whose wood has miraculous powers to promote physical and emotional health. The trader makes a return trip to the region to harvest this special tree. On the riverbank near where the tree grows, he meets a strange and beautiful young woman, Anastasia.
    Anastasia takes the trader to her home in the forest. She shows him where sleeps in the open air and demonstrates to him that she has no need to earn a living, since squirrels bring her food. Over the course of three days, she explains to the narrator her way of seeing the world. Her poetic-like monologues on this subject form the bulk of the book.
    Human beings, says Anastasia, are naturally pure. But education, civilization, and technology suppress this purity and clarity. In our natural state, we can communicate with plants and animals, know things across space and time, and work with the natural energies of the universe. But due to our technocratic culture, we have exchanged these abilities for a dreary, tedious, humdrum existence. The solution is a reconnection with nature: a society where relationships between men and women are based on love rather than sexual neediness, and where children are kept in touch with nature by being raised in homesteads where food is grown in the garden.
    Anastasia’s philosophy evokes for the reader a sense of lost Edenic innocence and an experience of infantile omnipotence.

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    The main idea suggested by Anastasia is creating a Kin's domain.
    An Ecovillage of Kin's domains is a settlement developed around family-owned land where each family owns one hectare of land to be kept in the family for future generations.
    One hectare with woods, fruit trees, garden and a small pond can provide the family with all of life's necessities. By using long ignored methods of cultivating the earth and harvesting in the tradition of preserving the earth for future generations, this hectare of land will produce more than enough for the family's use.
    On a Kin's domain, great opportunities unfold to significantly improve health, strengthen family relationships, further harmonious self-development and thereby reduce acting-out behaviors.
    A Kin's domain is called a Space of Love because its spiritual nature furthers reconnection with our pristine origins and because of its profoundly beneficent impact upon its inhabitants.

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    Default Re: The Ringing Cedars of Russia book series - amazing!

    Sharing my new video on Russian dolmens
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    According to my experience Russia has unbelieveable spiritual knowledge & techniques which is some kind of synthesis from Tibet - Eastern metaphysics and Western philosophies. I'm currently taking a 3 year long education in Moscow and all the info is amazing. My only problem is most of the documents are in Russian and there are no English translations!

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    Just thought I would let any of you kindle owners know that you can get the book for free on Amazon.

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    Default Re: The Ringing Cedars of Russia book series - amazing!

    I just found this book in pdf form on Google and will definitely read it when I get a chance.

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    I have read all the books except the last, could not find an English translation when I last looked.
    If anyone could give an over view that would be grate.
    I have dearly wished to meet with Anastasia and would like to know how her son is doing in the world. Megre the author has turned the story of Anastasia into a global money making machine. Shame there are not follow ups with Anastasia as most of the information is from the late 90s.
    Her impact is undeniable the simplisity is very clever, the only irritant is Megre he's a bit of a bore. She, Anastasia is a beacon of greatness an active blue print of what we all could be.
    I have read all 9 books in two weeks (I have dyslexia)the frequency is compelling and motervating.

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    Default Re: The Ringing Cedars of Russia book series - amazing!

    Found this link relating to the last book;
    http://www.cedar-rivers.com/articles...21-anasta.html
    Enjoy, will give a good overview for those new to these books

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