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Welcome! Chris at Kins Oases

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Where do you live now?
Coonabarabran, NSW Australia
In what ways do you feel called to Regenerate our Earth?
Profoundly! With realized purpose. I cried with tears and tears.
What is your Intention for Joining our global Community?
To co-create a Kin domain reality.
Tell us about your Gifts,Skills, Abilities, Passions...
Home, and for my children.
Where on Earth are you inspired to Live and Regenerate the Earth?
Central West NSW Australia
I join with the sincere intention of making a positive contribution to this space and its members in kindness and loving service. I agree to read and comply with the codes of conduct of this space (found on this site)

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At 6:24am on August 19, 2011, Nathaniel Oliver said…
At 7:50am on July 26, 2011, Steve McHugh said…
Hi Chris and cheers for both the welcome and the positive comment. Hope you're ticketyboo(doing good) too! 
At 1:13pm on June 21, 2011, Keri Anne Roberts said…
Great to hear from you Chris.  Yep, agnihotra is powerful stuff.  Birds sing louder when it is practiced.  I think you can buy dung pre-dried over there fairly cheap specifically for the ceremony.
At 12:14pm on June 21, 2011, renee robinson said…
Hello Chris, not sure how to send you a private msg so can you please contact me on  It is about cedar trees an kins domains
At 3:59am on June 2, 2011, Nigel said…
Hi Chris, thank you for the nice welcome. Hope you are well.
At 10:36pm on May 20, 2011, chris said…
The book 'Anastasia' was on it's way to this Mountain on the day of this photo. February 2007.
At 8:17pm on May 15, 2011, Jacqui said…

Hey Chris thanks for getting back to me with what you know. Its all still a work in progress but I might just but some Korean pine seeds now.


At 6:02pm on May 14, 2011, Jacqui said…
Hi Chris, thanks for the welcome message :) I have seen your comments now on several Anastasia networks and been to your website. Congratulations on all of your considerable efforts to create your kin's domain! My husband and I are looking for some land on the coast in NSW. I haven't found any Anastasia inspired domains yet in the area we are looking at (mid to north coast) although there are several established eco-communities. Do you know of any body who has set up a community of Kin's domains (or even individual domains located near each other?) in this region?  I am also wondering (after coming up blank despite many hours researching online) where to find seeds of Siberian Pines? So far I have found the Italian and the Korean stone pine available in Australia but not the Siberian or as a second choice the the Pinyon pine (from the US). It seems like you and your partner have been on this journey for some time and after looking at your lovely photos thought you might be just the ones to ask. Any info would be much appreciated. Cheers jacqui
At 7:38pm on May 13, 2011, Katie said…
Hey Chris!   aww, cheers mate!  ...  yep it is good to have found this ...   so where is coonabarrabran???  We are heading back to Oz next year ...  find our selves in the majestic lands of Switzerland now ,,, just incredible.  a pumping place, sap, life, clean air, waters to swim and drink at the same time!  woo hooooo !!  all the best to you ... much love, laughter and delicious food of pure cosmic energy.   xx Katie
At 6:51pm on May 3, 2011, Bruce Perlowin said…

Hey Chris,


Did you say that for $20,000 someone can get a hectare of land, a house, and everything else in your message?


The economics are really different here. First there's the cost of the land, then the cost of sub-dividing the land into hectares, then building a house, planting trees, building a pond (drilling a well - one well for 12 houses), then the alternative power (advanced state of the art windmill and solar) then the rest of it.


Lastly, in building a eco-community is: what does everyone do for a living there, which isn't hard to come up with business's - we can do that - however it does have to be factored in.


Never having build a development before - I have the luxury to see and do it outside the traditional framework of previous developers. My intent is to build Kin's Domain's - theirs was to make money from their developments. This alone is a paradigm shift in housing developments.


Anyway, can you review the economics for your community again? Thanks, Bruce


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