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Ananda Pilgrimages – placeholder. Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi "The Sage of Arunachala" (30 December 1879 to 14 April 1950) Throughout the history of mankind spiritual giants have appeared on very rare occasions to exemplify the Highest Truth.

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Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi was the perfect embodiment the ultimate truth of Self-realisation, or complete absorption in the Supreme Itself. Drawn from His home by the power of Arunachala (mountain) at the age of sixteen, he remained at Its feet throughout the rest of His life and became known as the Sage of Arunachala. He wrote very little. He preferred to communicate through the power of overwhelming Silence, a silence so deep and powerful that it stilled the minds of ardent seekers who were attracted to Him from all over the world. His highest teaching of 'Self-enquiry' (vichara) was understood in the infinite silence of his presence. —Excerpted from the Ramana Maharshi Web site, www.sriramanamaharshi.org/ __________________________________ —Conversations with Yogananda, #76.

Yogananda and Ramana Maharshi. Thanks for sharing that Sradda.

Yogananda and Ramana Maharshi

Ramana Maharshi's approach was so radicallydifferent than that of Swami Yogananda and many other yogis. Yet the Sage ofArunachala was constantly visited by the traditional swamis and masters hiswhole life. For those who were ripe, a mere glance of Ramana was enough toignite the fire of wisdom which is all consuming. Here is something I wroteearlier. "The greatest Shankracharyas and Yogis of India sat at the feet of the Sageof Arunachala, Ramana Maharshi, to catch a glimpse of his eyes. Harsha Mazie Lane [sraddha54]Wednesday, November 01, 2000 8:19 PM Yogananda and Ramana Maharshi Dearest Friends, My Guru, Paramahansa Yogananda visited the Great SageSri Ramana Maharshi in 1935. I have been priviledged to have and study The Great Saints "TheSpiritual Teaching Of Ramana Maharshi.

" How happy to be able to share this love with all of you. In Divine Friendship, Sraddha. Food Rebels, Guerrilla Gardeners, and Smart-Cookin’ Mamas. The Architecture Issue - Guerrilla Gardening in London - Richard Reynolds. Guerrilla Gardening: Mini Ecosystem Installations On The Streets Of Madrid Take Root. In a symbolic way, Luzinterruptus wanted to protect and preserve the small timid plants that live in the cracks around the city.

Guerrilla Gardening: Mini Ecosystem Installations On The Streets Of Madrid Take Root

Their outrage at the lack of usable green space in the city center was their impetus. To protect them, the group covered the plants with small umbrella-like greenhouses to shelter them from pollution. Small animals accompany the plants and live with them under their refuge, which is brightly lit with lights. The group was also aware that they would find few instances of plants growing in the cracks, so they also added their own plantings.

Taking hardy cuttings and quality soil, they filled cracks and holes in hopes that the plants would take root. Luzinterruptus’ goal was to draw attention to the lack of green space, to pay homage to the insignificant weeds that beautifully grow in unexpected places as well as to add even more green life to the city streets. . + Luzinterruptus Via MocoLoco Images ©Gustava Sanabria. Green guerillas. Guerrilla Gardening Tips. 12.

Guerrilla Gardening Tips

Buy my book Through building this website I have met and talked with guerrilla gardeners around the world. Some publishers encouraged me to write a book and I lept at the chance to put it all together in a beautiful handbook and find out more about why, what and how people were fighting for and against. It's not a manifesto, it's a collection of different approaches, tales and tips, history and horticulture, and although you'll learn my favourites it also raises questions about society today.

I hope you find it inspiring, useful and entertaining. It's available in English, German, French and Korean. Masters thesis about guerrilla gardening. Masters thesis about guerrilla gardening juju: dear fellow guerrilla gardeners, i am (amongst other things...) a guerrilla gardener, community gardener and a student of sustainable land use in berlin, germany. i am currently working on my masters thesis about guerrilla gardening. at first i was going to write only about the movement in berlin, but the more i researched, the more i became fascinated in gg as a global movement. my main focus is the political aspect of gg, the importance of gg for the start of community gardens and the different&common aspects/relation/ distinction between gg and community gardening. i also need to cover some straight up horticultural aspects. but i am still open to ideas and suggestions..... we can communicate either via email (jajuju@yahoo.de) or i can even call you when i am back home (december). i will also post some pictures from our gardens in berlin soon... i hope to hear from you, whoever you are...thanx in advance!

masters thesis about guerrilla gardening

Julia Richard _001: Hi Julia Richard. 14 Best DIY Gadget Projects of 2011. Becoming a "maker" is a very green thing to do, and we love seeing fun, interesting and do-able projects to test out our builder instincts.

14 Best DIY Gadget Projects of 2011

This year, we've come across some fantastic projects by creative makers, from building your own solar-powered emergency radio to whipping up a solar oven with sun-tracking capabilities. Check out the top 14 projects from this year, and start making your to-do list. This project is a great one to start out with, as it covers a few basics for dealing with electronic parts. Plus, it's handy to have on hand when you're out traveling and will be off the grid. If you want to keep your electricity bills down, this cool hack could be perfect for you. For those of you who want to get a little more complicated with your solar projects, this might be just the project for you.

Not only is this project inexpensive, but it's also practical — and anything that fits in an Altoids tin is cool. This is a handy project that will keep your gadgets powered up any time. Rain Barrels. Here you'll find an extensive selection of rain barrels, which have been individually selected by our staff.

Rain Barrels

Each model has a unique set of features, so we've categorized them for you under labels like Staff Pick, New and Exclusive to help you choose just the right rain barrel for your situation. Why buy a rain barrel, anyway? It's an environmentally friendly option. Cities spend a huge amount of money and energy to treat water so that it is suitable to drink, and then pump it to our homes. But rainwater falls from the sky naturally, for free. Don't know how to choose which rain barrel to buy? Rain Barrel Guide: How to use rain barrels to harvest rainwater at home.

Obtain Do-It-Yourself Supplies. Where can you find products/materials to capture rainwater?

Obtain Do-It-Yourself Supplies

TreePeople does not supply materials or products for home or commercial use. While we cannot make specific recommendations for products or materials, the following links should help you find a majority of the resources needed: General information and how-to-tips: Brad Lancaster's website has links for rainwater-harvesting materials and suppliers. The County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works has a on its website that lists products, activities and services to improve or eliminate pollution associated with urban runoff and stormwater.

To purchase drought-tolerant plants in California, you might start by consulting these sources: The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) is sponsoring the program which is open to all LADWP residential electricity customers who have adequate space to plant trees. For rain barrels: is a comprehensive website on rain barrels with an extensive list of links that includes vendors. The Dept of D.I.Y. DIY Urban Design, from Guerrilla Gardening to Yarn Bombing - Cities. The global hub for those who cultivate land as guerrilla gardeners. Guerrilla Gardening: Seeds of Revolution. Socal Guerrilla Gardening. How to Guerrilla Garden in 5 Fun Steps. (Image via Inhabitat) First, what is guerrilla gardening?

How to Guerrilla Garden in 5 Fun Steps

Hipsters and housewives alike are part of the rapidly growing underground – or rather, rightintheground – political activism movement to beautify bedraggled corners and unkempt spaces of public places, from streets to curbs to corners and stoops. This surreptitious environmental warfare is fought with pick and hoe; its ammunition, seeds and saplings. That’s right: the unlawful (sort of) guerrilla movement sprouting out and cropping up in a city near you is all about gardening. You, too, can be a lawless hooligan bettering your neighborhood’s walkways, highways and byways by way of pending marigold circles and nascent juniper hedges.

Step 1: Define Personal Brand (Image via Mac Fixer) Will you be part of an organized team, launching your green thumbs in an unstoppable offensive of rose bushes at 7th and Westcott? Step 2: Your Battle Strategy, Etc. (Image via compact impact) Technically, guerrilla gardening is illegal. Now, strategy. On Guerrilla Gardening. Urban Ecological Subversion: The Art of Guerilla Gardening in Public Spaces. Ecological Subversion: Guerilla Gardening in Public Spaces Article by Urbanist, filed under Street Art & Graffiti in the Art category.

Urban Ecological Subversion: The Art of Guerilla Gardening in Public Spaces

Have you ever wondered why so much public space seems to go to waste? Even apparently ‘natural’ green areas are carefully cultivated, requiring time, energy and water. However, these only produce a return if people are sitting, interacting, or playing on them. A great deal of urban green space is never used for these purposes. Guerilla gardening, like many forms of guerilla action or communication, is not typically legal unless it is overtly sanctioned by a city. Technically, guerilla gardening is a kind of graffiti or vandalism – just done with plants instead of spray cans. For more information on guerilla gardening, see the Wikipedia article on the subject. Guerrilla Gardening Development Blog. Guerrilla gardening - Primal Seeds. Learning to produce our own food is essential if we are to ever truly take control of our own lives. It liberates us from the role of passive consumer, remote from real decisions, alienated from nature. It is a step away from the grip of capitalism and the concrete boot on the foot of life.

Growing food requires land. Look around you, it's everywhere. If not horizontal, it's vertical. Your imagination is the limit, railway embankments, back gardens, golf courses, roofs, car parks, overgrown bits, cracks in the pavement. Guerrilla gardeners are out there now. Find out about plants , soil , personal views and examples of gardens . Continental market: french delicatessen sale directly from the producer in uk. Los Angeles Guerrilla Gardening. The Guerrilla Gardening Home Page. AphldeehiJ. Beta.

Smart Gardener - simply grow great food. Edible Landscaping Made Easy. Food Gardening Specialists - Sonoma County Master Gardeners. The Food Gardening Specialist project has the mission of teaching Sonoma County gardeners how to successfully start and maintain food gardens. The Food Gardening Specialists, a group of Sonoma County Master Gardeners who have specialized food gardening training and experience, hail from all three microclimates of Sonoma County. In addition to their horticultural knowledge and interests, they are all passionate food gardeners – many with years of first-hand experience growing crops in their own microclimates. They successfully combine their personal food gardening expertise with advanced and continuing education.

Helpful publications, articles, monthly food garden tasks and FGS tips can be found on the Food Gardening page of the SCMG website. Workshops for Food Gardeners Food Gardening Specialists present free spring and fall Food Gardening Workshops in a number of county locations. Community Gardens Services provided to community gardens include, but are not limited to, the following: Not Far From The Tree. Roots & Wisdom: about us. Roots and Wisdom is a youth agriculture and community service program. We bring together urban, suburban, and rural Schenectady County residents to grow organic vegetables for donation to local food pantries and for sale within the county. The Roots and Wisdom program teaches its participants about sustainable agriculture, hunger, nutrition, and diversity. Roots and Wisdom creates genuine change by helping county residents in need and providing youth with opportunities to work hard and grow.

Windowfarms. A guerrilla gardening blog… Information and Recipes about New Health Enhancing, Whole Food, Plant-Based Diet. Proposed Food Bill. NZ food bill to make growing food a government privilege rather than a human right. (NaturalNews) The God-given human right to freely cultivate food is under attack in New Zealand (NZ) as special interest groups and others are currently attempting to push a "food security" bill through the nation's parliament that will strip individuals of their right to grow food, save seeds, and even share the fruits of their labor with friends and family members.

In accordance with the World Trade Organization's (WTO) Codex Alimentarius scheme for global food control, the NZ Food Bill, if passed, will essentially transfer primary control of food from individuals to corporations under the guise of food safety. And unless massive public outcry and awakened consciences within the NZ government are able to put a stop to it, the bill could become law very soon. According to NZ Food Security, a group working to protect the food freedom of New Zealanders, the bill will turn growing and sharing food into a government-granted privilege rather than a human right. Natural Solutions Foundation's Global Health & Food Freedom Portal. Locally Grown & Fresh. The Future Of Local Food In Todmorden. What a global food crisis looks like: Oxfam's food prices map.

Food prices have hovered near an all-time peak since late 2010 sending tens of millions of people into poverty. Oxfam's interactive map shows how poor communities across the world are being hurt by high and volatile food prices. This ‘food price pressure points map’ provides a global snapshot of the impacts of the global food price crisis. Use this code to embed the map on your website: <object classid="clsid:d27cdb6e-ae6d-11cf-96b8-444553540000" width="600" height="447" id=" align="middle"><param name="movie" value=" /><param name="quality" value="high" /><param name="bgcolor" value="#000000" /><param name="play" value="true" /><param name="loop" value="true" /><param name="wmode" value="window" /><param name="scale" value="showall" /><param name="menu" value="true" /><param name="devicefont" value="false" /><param name="salign" value="" /><param name="allowScriptAccess" value="sameDomain" /><param name="FlashVars" value="link=" /><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true" /><!

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