Saturday, April 8, 2017

Anastasia books

A few years ago, I read something about Anastasia on a forum thread but couldn't find anything more. Then I forgot about it, until today.  They say that when the student is ready, the teacher will appear. 

As soon as I can, I will get the first book in the series translated by John Woodsworth. As the new editor of these books, Leonid Sharashkin explains in the video above, the original Russian language in which the books were written is a language as old as Sanskrit and he says each word is like a hieroglyph in the range of meaning it holds for the native speakers. John Woodsworth explains below in his introduction how he has worked hard to remain faithful to the original text in order to transmit the transformative power of the words which so many claim has changed their lives forever.

Book One in its entirety here:

I'm on page 55 and it's incredible how much this book is a reflection of where I am in my life right now with the questions that I have been meditating on for some time. I understand myself better every day. Who I am and what I want.

Who I am is who I've always been even when elders, society and the "education" system told me I was wrong in my intuitions. This caused a lot of conflict in me and set me on the "wrong" path to discover years later that I had held the truth all along. My truth accessed through my intuition, supported and nurtured by a healthy respect for myself. A respect for self hard won after years of rejection of myself and the suffering that brought me as I followed the example of those around me, believing that they knew better and that I was young and idealistic and out of touch with the ways of the world. Yes, the world can be a cruel place. Some like it that way. But I stand in my power now and I choose a world of love, kindness and respect for all.

Watch free for 48 hours (once you click, I think): a programme about Anastasia's wisdom of growing food adapted to your personal health needs.