Thursday, May 17, 2007

Good raw blogs, thoughts and quotes from Anastasia

As I go to write this I keep thinking of something I read last night - an article about what makes a good raw food blog. The #1 thing is to stay on the topic of raw food. Damn.. I was going to post thoughts/ideas/quotes from the 3rd Anastasia book I just finished. (Its just too hard for me to keep it in - I love to share this stuff - and to me it is related but it's not directly about food)

#2 is quality writing. Yikes, I'm not sure if I'm capable of that either.. I didn't ace English class or anything. hmmm...
#3 - photos are a bonus. I think I probably should get a digital camera if I am going to keep this up.
(I am starting to wonder at this point what I am doing here ; )
#4 is posting is current or has a solid ending. That I can do!
ok, I'm staying..I'll just have to work on the above.

& Thank you for the advice. I love the raw blog I got it from:
Raw Food, Right Now - The raw blog for people who live in the real world
I just found this site last night.. lots to explore.
& I was looking at the link Raw Girl in Japan
ok, now that I have some Raw content I will continue onto my thoughts. These are all taken from the 3rd Anastasia book "The Space of Love" by Vladimir Megre.
(& I've added raw pics, of course!)

My favorite fact from the book, although I am not sure where in it I read it, you will have to take my word for this one..and this one is huge. It is that 'Every rock has a pulse which beats once per day'. That's so cool! I always thought of them as living.. but never thought of them as having a pulse.. makes sense though.

quote from p 156: "Perhaps we should give our children the freedom to grow up without our dogma. And then ask the children where and which way to go."

p 155: "The time will come when mankind will understand. The most important scientists will come and pay a visit to the grandmother on her plot of land. Famished. they will ask her to give them a tomato for something to eat. The scientists and their illusory creations are not needed by that grandmother today. She knows nothing of them herself, nor does she want to know.She lives a quiet life without the scientists' help, while the can not live without her. The inhabit a world of fruitless illusions, leading nowhere. She is with the natural earth and the whole Universe. The Universe needs her, it does not need them."

"In trying to gain the grace of a holy place, think what you might offer in return. And if you have not learned to emit light yourself, then why take it and bury it in yourself, as though in a grave?"
~Anastasia p 139

on Anastasia recognizing her soul for the first time: "All at once, sensing my gaze, the wolf started wagging her tail. Then I began to notice how all the creatures were so delighted when I looked at them with joy and tenderness. How big they were or how far away they were was not important. They were delighted just from my looking at them, or my thinking about them with love. I realized they were just as happy as they had been earlier when I was stroking them with my hand. "Then I became aware of something. Here was 'I' with my hands and feet, and yet there was also this other me, larger than could be shown by someone's hands. And this larger, invisible entity was also me. That meant every Man was set up just like me. And this larger me was indeed capable of embracing the whole Earth."

last thought of the day - well, not not even close!!! lol .. last thought for this post:
The Forces of Light "are all the bright thoughts ever produced by people. All space is filled with them."
We have access to every question, every answer, all of the information of the universe. "Everything depends upon the purity of one's thoughts, and the motive for asking."

apples pic from http://www.ritterfarms.com/apples.html
oranges from http://www.hermann-uwe.de/taxonomy/term/558
strawberries from http://www.caes.uga.edu/news/kits/gaagres/commodities/strawberries.html
blueberries from http://www.stemilt.com/2006/products.php?t=berries
watermelon from http://www.watermelon.org/watermelon_festivals.asp

7 comments:

Paul said...

As rawness is made sustainable and palatable by variety, ingenious processing, and loving attention, your blog is better because of its soul additives and
your attention to interesting peripherals. Don't go changin'.

Keiko Ti said...

Wow! ..I had to think about that one.
I guess mainly because I am thinking of changes.. many going on in my life.. and well, that's just part of life.. But, Hopefully we will keep changing for the better..
I appreciate your encouragement & thanks one again for making me think.. I like that.

Anonymous said...

I always inspired by you, your opinion and attitude, again, appreciate for this nice post.

- Thomas

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Robin 'Keiko' Gregory said...

Hi lina,
thx. my facebook name is robin keiko gregory
: )

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