Take the Healing Path

cocreated by Jim Conroy and Basia Alexader

What do Healing and Partnering with Nature have in common?

When you partner with Nature, it is a healing experience for you and it is healing for trees, plants, and all of Nature.

We have put together a Healing Path... please read on.

But what kind of healing is this?

It's "Energy-Medicine Healing."  


The practitioners of various kinds of energy medicine believe that illness does not necessarily come from an organism, although it may.  

Rather, the belief is that the body has its own Life Energy and it has fields of energy surrounding it. Further, illness can be addressed by interfacing with and take some kind of action in the body's energies and energy fields.

Each kind of energy medicine for humans has its own particular way of taking action in the body's energy field. But generally speaking, there is an overlap of the practitioner's energy or consciousness with the energy or consciousness of the patient.

That's the simple way of saying it.

Our Energy Medicine Methods for Nature is a Healing Path

In my personal experience, energy medicine healers will interface with the bioenergy field of the client.  Generally, practitioners use their consciousness—and sometimes hands-on methods—to provide a new, healthy pattern of energy or of information so that the client’s body, mind, and spirit can regain health and well-being.  

Dr. Jim and I have been inspired by such systems for humans (see below) and have created energy-medicine methodologies for trees, plants, and other Nature Beings. Since 2003, we have developed all of these ecological bioenergy based methodologies detailed in the blog posts linked below.

These methods form a Healing Path that you might want to take. Perhaps you want to experience some rejuvenation for yourself. Perhaps you want "give back" and offer healing processes to your trees, plants, ecosystem members, or other Nature beings.

Please click each method on the Healing Path to go to its blog post.

How does energy medicine work?  

To answer that question, let me turn to some experts.

In their abstract, David Feinstein, PhD. and Donna Eden explain: "Energy medicine is based on the supposition that illness results from disturbances in the body’s energies and energy fields and can be addressed via interventions into those energies and energy fields.

"It is one of five domains of "complementary and alternative medicine" identified by the National Institutes of Health (NIH)."

  1. Energy Medicine for People (such as The BodyTalk System, Reiki, Craniosacral Therapy, Touch for Health)
  2. Biological practices, (such as the ingestion of herbs, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids)
  3. Manipulative and body-based practices (such as chiropractic, osteopathy, massage, rolfing, and reflexology)
  4. Mind-body medicine (such as hypnosis, visual imagery, meditation, and biofeedback)
  5. Whole medical systems (such as traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic medicine, naturopathy, homeopathy, and various indigenous healing traditions.

Of course, Feinstein and Eden are talking about energy medicine for people.

Feinstein and Eden continue: "Six properties of energy medicine give it strengths that could augment conventional health care models. These include the ways that energy medicine

  1. "can address biological processes at their energetic foundations,
  2. "regulates biological processes with precision, speed, and flexibility
  3. "fosters healing and prevents illness with interventions that can be readily, economically, and non-invasively applied
  4. "includes methods that can be utilized on an at-home self-help basis, thereby empowering the patient,
  5. "adopts non-linear concepts consistent with distant healing, the healing impact of prayer, and the role of intention in healing
  6. "and strengthens the integration of body, mind, and spirit, leading not only to a focus on healing, but to achieving greater well-being, peace, and passion for life."