Anastasia A New Updated author s Edition ANASTASIA the first book of the Ringing Cedars Series tells the story of entrepreneur Vladimir Megre s trade trip to the Siberian taiga in where he witnessed in

  • Title: Anastasia
  • Author: Vladimir Megré Marian Schwartz
  • ISBN: 9785906381019
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A New Updated author s Edition ANASTASIA , the first book of the Ringing Cedars Series, tells the story of entrepreneur Vladimir Megre s trade trip to the Siberian taiga in 1995, where he witnessed incredible spiritual phenomena connected with sacred ringing cedar trees He spent three days with a woman named Anastasia who shared with him her unique outlook on subjectsA New Updated author s Edition ANASTASIA , the first book of the Ringing Cedars Series, tells the story of entrepreneur Vladimir Megre s trade trip to the Siberian taiga in 1995, where he witnessed incredible spiritual phenomena connected with sacred ringing cedar trees He spent three days with a woman named Anastasia who shared with him her unique outlook on subjects as diverse as gardening, child rearing, healing, Nature, sexuality, religion and This wilderness experience transformed Vladimir so deeply that he abandoned his commercial plans and, penniless, went to Moscow to fulfill Anastasia s request and write a book about the spiritual insights she so generously shared with him True to her promise this life changing book, once written, has become an international best seller and has touched hearts of millions of people world wideIN B00CP6AWY6

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    1. Vladimir Megré Marian Schwartz

      Vladimir Nikolaevich Megre born 23 July, 1950 in Kuznichi village, Gorodnyansky District, Chernigov Region in Ukraine , the author of The Ringing Cedars of Russia book series, was a well known entrepreneur He spent most of his childhood with his grandmother Efrosinia Verkhusha, a village healer.As a teenager Vladimir occasionally visited Father Feodorit, a priest of the Trinity Sergiyev Monastery Later he was shown there the picture The One and Only which he described in his second book before the picture was revealed to the world.Vladimir started an independent life early and left the parents house at the age of 16 Since 1974 he lived in Novosibirsk and worked as a photographer with Novosibirskoblfoto, a service company.At the beginning of Perestroika reforms of the late 1980s he was the president of the Inter Regional Association of Siberian Entrepreneurs In 1994 5 he organized two large scale trade expeditions with a fleet of river steamers along the River Ob along the route Novosibirsk Salekhard Novosibirsk at his own expense On this trip, an encounter with Anastasia in the Siberian taiga changed his entire life.It had been a secret for a long time for relatives and friends what made him, an entrepreneur with ten years experience, to pledge his property and spend his savings on unprofitable trading trips The mystery was revealed in his books with Anastasia as the main character Vladimir Megre brought something really invaluable from the trips.Throughout 1996 2006 nine books were written by Vladimir Megre The Ringing Cedars of Russia Series Anastasia, The Ringing Cedars of Russia, The Space of Love, Co Creation, Who Are We , Book of Kin, The Energy of Life, The New Civilization, Rites of Love.In 2011 the author became Laureate of Gusi Peace Prize.By now 11 millions copies of the books translated into 20 languages have been sold In 1999 Megre established the Anastasia Foundation for Culture and Creative Support in the city of Vladimir and launched the site anastasia Readers and press conferences take place in Russia and abroad.The author holds readers and press conferences in Russia and other countries.The most active readers of Ringing Cedars of Russia book series unite into public organizations, one of the aims of which is the creation of Kin s domains In 2010 another book Anasta was issued The author plans to write a scenario on the basis of his books.The author comments about himself and his books Good shall prevail on the earth The parade of worldly rulers, no matter what grand temples they might have built, will be remembered only by the filth they have bequeathed to their descendants Water will prove to be the criterion the measure of all things With each day that passes, the water seethes with and contamination.The above words were pronounced by a character from my books a recluse from the Siberian taiga, Anastasia.My name is Vladimir Megre I was born on the twenty third of July, 1950, in a Ukrainian village Then I studied, got married and worked in Siberia, but that isn t the main thing The most important aspect of my life emerged after my meeting with Anastasia.It was the beginning of perestroika in Russia, and I had just gone into business I was a leader of the Entrepreneurs of Siberia Association I used to sail with goods on a motor ship over the Siberian river Ob up toward the Arctic circle I enjoyed wandering around the taiga by myself, while the ship was moored.It was on an isolated bank of a taiga river that I one day met a recluse from the Siberian taiga Her name was Anastasia, and she would soon transform my outlook on life.


    1. This book is just awful. The first issue that I had was the sales pitch to buy Megre's overpriced cedar based products. Didn't Anastasia say that these things should be given away? Apparently, this does not apply to Megre, who's making money hand over fist selling cedar chips, talismans, bottles of oil and other props for this delusional fantasy.The second problem that I had was that this is an obviously fictional story and it's so over the top that I was surprised that the author insists that i [...]

    2. Worst book I've ever read in my life. Misogynistic, ignorant, banal, middle-aged newage (like "sewage.") Written by an entrepreneur who tried a number of scam businesses before striking gold by duping his wide-eyed-fruitcake readers. It's flaky enough to be thrown out with the trash even if it were just billed as ridiculous fantasy pap, but to insist that it's a true story is completely insulting to the average person's intelligence. The best part about the book was counting how many times the w [...]

    3. This was not truly an environmentalist book. It was a face-palming waste of time. I hope anyone joining study groups for this series will sift through the B.S. to find any actual useful bits within. There have to be some, right? Or just avoid it altogether. Where there's merchandising (the back insert), there's profit-motive.It has some gentle ideas (the gardening stuff and valuing children's minds), but also some insane ones that could do violence (giving any thought to food is a sin? Someone's [...]

    4. A friend of mine, whose opinion I trust, recommended this series of books to me. I didn’t think much about it the first time she mentioned them. One day I was at her house and she was again raving about these books and offered to loan the first two of the series to me. I took them home and immediately started reading. After less than a third of the way through the first book, I was hooked and knew I would have to read the entire series. The words were resonating deep within my being. It’s li [...]

    5. Um. No.I understand the importance of connecting with nature, loving yourself and others, taking comfort in mysteries, etc but I will not take advice from a sociopathic masochist (to a jaw-dropping degree) who sexually assaults the very woman this book is named after. Only made it 27 pages in and the answer is No.

    6. Astoundingly informative. Spiritually revitalizing. Must read for anyone who wants to "tune in" and attain an interactive symbiosis with the natural world in which humanity lives.

    7. I wanted to like this book since I was reading it for my book club, but I couldn't stand the author's woman-hating attitude & behavior.

    8. Accckkgghhhh! Blearghhh! Splattth! Enough of this book. If you like it/love it/have had your life forever changed by it, more power to you, but I'm bailing out.

    9. I've previously read the final volume in this series without being greatly impressed by it, and perhaps would not have read any more of these books, had "Anastasia" not finally arrived for me from the library after I had ordered it about 6 months before.I can say that "Anastasia" is somewhat better than the previous volume I have read. At last, as far as I was concerned, we were introduced to Anastasia in person, and that made a big difference.First a couple of negative remarks (I am not one of [...]

    10. On the face of it, this is a preposterous book, badly written, ostensibly non-fiction but perhaps science fiction. However even having read the cautionary reviews on I decided to check it out. In Russia, Anastasia  is a phenomenon of no small influence, a patroness of a new back-to-the land movement. Since the publications of this book and its sequels at least a hundred eco-villages have appeared. The author, a Russian businessman, describes how he came upon a twenty something girl on the bank [...]

    11. How do i even begin to describe this book?This book, along with a class i am currently in, has inspired me to grown my own herb garden. Strangely enough, after i had read the chapter on how one should plant an outdoor garden, several friends of mine had bought a small plot of land not far from our neighborhood.I can understand why some people might have trouble grasping Anastasia's ideas and methodologies as fact. She makes a good point: to paraphrase, "science has yet to invent anything that ha [...]

    12. Truth is stranger than fiction; Yet never has a book so transformed my perspective of life. To truly receive the wisdom within this writing, one must come to it with an open mind and be prepared to read between the lines. The language speaks in musical tomes, which bring the experience of reading to a visceral level. We feel it in our bones. There are over eight books now in the series translated from the Russian author Vladimir Megre, who has become himself transformed, and a tenth not yet tran [...]

    13. I recomend you not to read these books.In short, for those who are wondering what this is about, the books are a mixture of 'go back to nature', really horid sci-fi, a jumble of religion (mostly Abrahamic) and some hard core political paranoia.I read the series for a debate club and it was a drag; hence my raiting. I found the book entierly unbelievable, unfounded in facts, badly written, repetitive and boring. I was glad to have been able to point out all of it's failings to the people at the d [...]

    14. I loved this book!! Of course the author comes off quite rough as he is actually one of the characters in the book-the woman he's mainly talking about, Anastasia is full of inspiration in nearly unbelievable proportions. The reason that lead me to this book is wanting to learn tips for raising children as I'm close to wanting to go down that path myself. Though the first book doesn't go too deeply into that subject matter, I'm about to read the 3rd book that does. Even if you read this book as a [...]

    15. I enjoyed this work but it seems more like a tale from the an Aboriginal dreamtime than anything which seriously deals with our current level of consciousness. The hints at ancient Vedic culture in Russia were intriguing, however.

    16. While I was excited to read this book for its unconvential ideas about the natural world and our relation to it, I was disappointed by the writing style (the word "nincompoop" was actually used) and the arrogant and condescending attitude of the author (who was also one of the main characters). I can see how the book would be inspiring, however, and perhaps other books in the series will go into more detail about the important topics raised (such as using plants as medicine, raising children, sp [...]

    17. I have had days where It i've been challanged by the dark forces I suppose in that they try to convince me she is not real If they are successful they have in effect, erased the new information that Anastasia has imparted. I love the new information i've been learning since beginning reading these, i've made concrete changes in my life I also see the way ahead to make more & lasting for eternity changes No other book can do this & all others are a distraction from the most important thin [...]

    18. Ohh, basically the funny beginning , reflecting (imo) traditional Russian muzhik ( a Russian man), and striving from that - his attitude towards woman. There's a Russian proverb which goes like - if you beat someone, then you love someone. So Megre show this dream about strong, ever-loving, forgiving and caring -perfect body-blond hair-sexy-younger-nice breast- ( and virgin! :D) Russian women. ANd in some ways that's sad - because the esoteric ideas in the book is quite ok. In general, some part [...]

    19. Ok, first of all I must say that The Ringing Cedars books are the most life changing books I ever read. They really helped me rediscover my true identity and they gave me hope for the future. I will never forget the impact these books had (and still have) on me! That being said, the opener in the serie is not the best one. Vladimir, who meets Anastasia for the first time, is so amazed by this woman that he fires tons of questions at her and it goes in all directions. Sometimes, the questions he [...]

    20. I guess the euphonic qualities that are supposed to give us readers happiness while reading the book have been lost in translation. I've always felt like I wanted to live in the forest somewhere. Although I love cities as well, I feel myself more of a human being, if that makes sense, in places with less people and more trees.This is the least New Agey contemporary book that I could find, and while I can't say it has changed my life, it has given me perspective, and the determination not to let [...]

    21. Written to promote a philosophyThis series of books raise philosophical arguments as well as arguments about the nature of God. The problem from a Christian perspective is that the true and false are mixed. THE RINGING CEDARS OF RUSSIA is more than a book series, it is an international philosophical movement which is not Biblically based. If God is to be found in religion it is logical to assume that it would be one of the major religions whose roots are lost in antiquity, not a secret known onl [...]

    22. *Translated from the Russian by John Woodsworth; edited by Leonid Sharashkin. 2nd ed rev.1. Spirituality2. Nature - Religious Aspects3. Human ecology.There's a bit of everything in this book. Interesting to read about the wave of eco awareness in Russia. Not so sure about the Magical properties of the girl Anastasia. I checked out The Ringing Cedars, and Cedar pine nuts on google. Seems there's a mountain of marketing of products and books for sale in relation to this book - whether the health p [...]

    23. i'm increasingly convinced, especially after 2 or 3, that this really happened to vladimir megre!! Based on my own experiences of the supernatural i'd say, sure, anything is possible, but i didnt think so literally and manifest!! coooool. and really helpful, later on in the series, when vladimir takes questions from readers to anastasia, such as 'Should we all move into the wilderness?" and anastasia says "move? Why?" and proceeds to say to clean up the mess of the place you live. And i think, W [...]

    24. This is a strange little book that kept me thinking long after the reading was done - and for that, it deserves some recognition. Translated into English from Russian, the words in this book don't always flow smoothly but the concepts are truly fresh and thought-provoking. There's a mysterious quality about it that intrigues me. In fact, I recently dug this book out of my stacks of old books just to give it a second read. If you're looking for something a little different - something that may ju [...]

    25. I'm an English major. I'm used to reading a book I'm not interested in a week per class. This book took me months to get through. I kept reading something else instead. I liked Anastasia. I got extremely annoyed with Vladimir. Instead of listening to this amazing woman we have to read while he shouts at her, shakes her, gets frustrated with her, hurts her, and calls her names. That's not the way I would have spent the gift of her time. I have no interest in reading the rest of the books unless t [...]

    26. Whilst I love the concepts in this book, the style didn't work for this reader, at all. The narrator came across as a total buffoon to me. Somehow, not the sort I could envision a forest nymph, proclaiming the loving wisdom of the world, so instantly falling in love with and shagging with abandon - as she did in this 'porn fantasy' come 'guide to spiritual living'. And still love him completely, even after he violently bites her breast and "shakes his head from side to side"? I'm sorry, that sce [...]

    27. I liked:Anastasia of Russia is a trippy read and thought provoking at times. A curious, supposedly true story set in the Russian forest on the Ob river. Anastasia of the forest introduces herself to a worldly Russian trader and businessman and shares her unconventional thoughts on many subjects. The book is an insight into the workings of the strange minds of the author and the person who recommended the book to me.I didnt like:It is not well written and stretches credulity. The book seems like [...]

    28. I loved this book. For me, it was a reminder that returning to a natural way of being, in all areas of life, leads to a lightness of spirit. It was a pleasure to read. The words easily beautifully and genuinely and I found myself wanting to read more and more. Upon finishing it, I immediately ordered the second title in the series. Anyone who is exploring a return to a natural way of living may benefit from reading this.

    29. Basically what everyone else has said: there is a lot of pretty unbelievable stuff in this book that you can choose to believe or not to believe, but no matter which direction you go with that, the book still leaves you with a lot to think about. Loses a star for all the self-advertisement- lost count how many times something was going to be expounded upon "in the next book". Better to let the reader decide if they want to read more without being so pushy

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