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Taking the Time to Tune In…

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On the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina–It’s a beautiful autumn day and lots of people are enjoying the color.  They jump out of their cars at the pull-offs, gaze for a moment or take a photo.  But, we notice that they are not taking the few extra moments to “tune in” to the living Beings in the scene.

All those beautiful trees who are putting on the colorful show have messages for us.  They are saying, “We are stressed with climate change.  We are not healthy! All of the living beings in our ecosystems are not bio-energetically connected.  Please help us!”

Dr. Jim and I are here to help them.  We are doing Tree Whispering and Cooperative BioBalance processes–it’s ecological energy medicine!

You can help too.  Take that extra moment to become peaceful inside when you are looking at the beautiful autumn colors.  “Tune in”–as if you were adjusting a dial–to Nature’s wisdom and intelligence.  Open your heart to receive a message.

Then, in your heart say a Healing Whisper® to the trees, “I care for you.  Please release blockages  and have Growth Energy distribute where it is needed inside of your body and Being.” 

Your conscious attention and intention on behalf of the living Beings of Nature will have a positive result!  It will energize them and boost their bio-energy vibration in a similar way to when you give positive words to another person!

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Messages from a Coastal Live Oak Tree

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You can receive messages from trees while Tree Whispering. This magnificent Coastal Live Oak in the Bay area of northern California told me quite a story.  I simply focused my attention, opened my heart and asked it how old it was.  I had to grab my pen because it started to convey images into my mind’s eye and a story into my heart.

Through Ms. Basia Alexander, here are some of the things it said:

“I have been in this particular form since Native Americans cultivated my seed here with their toil and their great vision for this mountain top.  Look around.  Imagine it without permanent structures, roads, or clearing.

“Is it not a great signal hill? But it is even better as a good home for families.  It is not too close to the ravages of rock, sea, and wind on the coast.  There are secret level ways to walk to get there, though.

“A great chief liked this place for its peace and hidden-ness. He was first to learn of the coming of outsiders and tried to hide and protect his people here. He who planted me here may not have known what was to come for this land, but the hope in his heart was for peace.  With that hope, he attracted my consciousness to the bare seedling he put into this spot.

“My youth was “normal” in that I simply thrived here, first as a single trunk, then as a clump and now “I” am quite merged into a tripod of structures.  The trickle of a sweet spring flows up from deep below and nourishes me even in drought.  I have maximized my growth to reach for it as there is ebb and flow from year to year.  Thus far, even the most deep of droughts and even the most disruptive of human intrusions nearby have not yet quenched its flow.”

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Consider Something Different to Help Ash Trees

Killing the Emerald Ash Borer it hasn’t worked yet.

This insect came in from Asia, probably in some wood.  It came into the Great Lakes and began spreading through Michigan to the east.  In just about 15 years, it’s found it’s way into New England states, and even to Colorado.  How could a small insect get that far?   People have moved firewood and spread the Emerald Ash Borer from town to town.

The finger of blame is usually pointed at the Emerald Ash Borer for the death of millions of Ash trees.  But what most people don’t know is that Read more…

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CLICK TO SEE SLIDE SHOW. . . . . . The Catalpa tree leafed-out late and looked thin. This was the Catalpa tree at the time it received its Tree Whispering bio-energy treatment on June 1, 2014.
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Just 19 days later, the Catalpa is fully leafed out and appears very healthy.
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In the autumn of 2014, the Catalpa still looks very healthy. It had a good growth season and stored food for the winter.
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Students Help Catalpa Tree Make a Turn-Around

A fabulous old Catalpa tree stands at the front of the dining hall of Omega Institute campus in Rhinebeck, NY.  The winter of 2013-2014 was severe.  Lots of deep cold weather took its toll on this important tree. It was late leafing out and it looks thin.  A tree in this condition could easily go into decline and die.

We brought students at our yearly Omega Institute Workshop to the tree to practice the Tree Whispering and Cooperative BioBalance bioenergy-based treatments that they were learning that weekend.  The group commitment to the tree’s health was powerful for the tree and empowering for them.

Dr. Jim Conroy shares: “This tree was in a downward spiral of decline.  I could only feel the tree’s Life Force weakly–even tho it had leaves.  Then as the treatment was progressing with the students of the workshop, I felt something that I have only felt a few times before.

“The tree’s Life Force made a turn upward.  It “shifted.” In my inner intuitive hearing, I could make out the tree tell me that it wanted to live and was willing to use all of its remaining resources to give it a try.  It said that it would put out all the leaves it could so that it would have a chance to make more food for itself and to recover from the cold winter.

“This is a bit unusual, but in 19 days, the tree was fully leafed out. On my testing scale, it showed to be much, much healthier than it had been at the time the workshop participants and I did the healing treatment.”

Tree Whispering Workshop participants make a big different to this tree.

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New Book Announced! Live and Let Live: How Multidimensional Collaboration Heals Ecosystems

This book takes Tree Whispering to the next step.  It’s a new world.

It’s about communing with all of Nature’s living Beings, all ecosystem members, and using the philosophy Live and Let Live.

These are new perspectives–ideas whose time has come–about solving ecological problems in backyards, regions, and the planet.

You’ll learn about the development of my EcoPeace Treaty approach to co-existence among ecosystem members, even “invasives.”

This book will stimulate your imagination and galvanize your desire to live in a better world, your “Wanted World.”

The living Beings of Nature want to collaborate with humanity as equals. They want to connect with you and co-create a livable and deeply peaceful world that works for everyone, including you and them. They want to be partners in humanity’s next challenges on Earth: Thriving and prospering while restoring healthy dynamic balance in local and global ecosystems.

You are the one they have been waiting for. They want to team up with you.

How best can you team up with the living Beings of Nature?

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The book is only available at the publisher’s website: PlantKingdomCommunications.com.

 

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Walk Into This Rejuvenated World… A New Book Is Coming

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Walk into this rejuvenated world as easily as (metaphorically) stepping into a pastoral painting. Trees rustle, flower-fields wave, and a stream flows in this idyllic landscape. Step further in and you can hear the trees, plants, bees, and even the stream welcome you with the familiarity of a friend. “Hello,” they say, “it’s good to see you again. What will we be talking about today?”

Such a world exists right now, right in front of you, or right in your backyard, if you will just allow it–and co-create it.

The living Beings of Nature want to collaborate with humanity as equals. They want to connect with you and co-create Read more…

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New “Whispers” Section!

We created a Whispers section of the Tree Whispering website where you can find information on how to get updated versions of the Storm Prep Whispers and the Post-Storm Whispers. Check it out!

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“An Early Spring” according to the Maples, 2013

A few days ago, on January 20th, I went out to check Andy’s trees in the Morristown, NJ, area. The Crocuses were already an inch tall.  Even though severe cold was forecast in the immediate future, the trees told me that the weather would be warming up by about February 4th. So, the trees are saying that there will be an early Spring.

Dr. Jim Conroy, The Tree Whisperer® said, “Specifically, the Maples said t Read more…

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Liz W.’s trees in New Paltz, New York, after Hurricane Sandy

“During any storm, we come inside, but we leave the Beings we love––such as our trees and the living Beings of our gardens––outside. With the Storm Prep Whispers, they don’t have to just fend for themselves. We can help the trees survive.

Liz continues, “In the days prior to the storm, I took the Storm Prep Whispers to heart. At my bedroom window, I stood and connected directly from my heart with a huge pine tree. I used your wording as best I could. I also remembered something you said about asking the trees to pass the messages on to their brethren, their cousins, around the world.

“I could picture the roots of all these trees. If I were to look down on the earth, I could imagine Read more…

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Debbra’s beloved New York City trees during and after Hurricane Sandy

“My friends and I prepped Central Park in New York City on Saturday and Sunday with the Storm Prep Whispers. Some results were immediate.

Debbra continued, “Trees started to drop yellow leaves. A Golden Larch near the Boat house in Central Park was solid green at 6pm Saturday night then turned almost completely yellow by noon on Sunday. At Dag Hammarskjold Plaza of the United Nations, near where I live, many Sycamores and Birches shed their leaves.

“On Monday morning, I made the rounds again with each of the trees at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza of the United Nations buildings, near where I live.  Many Sycamores and Birches started to shed leaves.

“One of my brothers lives in Pennsylvania.  The other is  an agronomist and organic gardener living in Fairfield, Connecticut.  The three of us, plus some of my friends, connected remotely at 6pm on Monday night. We set up prayers and sent out the Storm Prep Whispers again to set up a triangle of support.

“As 90 mile per hour winds were howling in from Read more…