Institute for
Cooperative BioBalance

Sponsors all education, research, initiatives and philanthropy

The Institute for Cooperative BioBalance...

...is the educational branch of this business. It sponsors all talks, classes, webinars, research studies, initiatives, and philanthropic works.

... has 2 missions and a vision:

  • Mission for People with Nature: It's educational offerings lead the way globally in generating the paradigm shift to the mindset of partnering with Nature and the practices of communication, collaboration, and cocreation with Nature. The human framework of thought and cultural practices are UPSHIFTED to Partnering with Nature.
  • Mission for Nature including people: The Institute supports the development and successful use of leading edge holistic, energy-medicine, and dimensional lightwork methodologies that reconnect, heal, and restore peaceful coherence among all living Beings and conscious forms so that Nature's healthy dynamic balance can be restored on Earth. No products whatsoever are used. Reappearance of native life and natural habitats occurs in such revived ecosystems.
  • Vision: Ecological damage is healed and the planet becomes livable again. The skills of coming from another‚Äôs point of view and our unique approach to enlightened stewardship are ideas and methods that become widespread among people. ¬†New kinds of holistic, respectful, and sustainable processes come into normal use by people on Earth. ¬†

Institute's Educational Offerings

There are many opportunities to learn:

  • Online Introductions and short videos - both free and at nominal cost.
  • Books, written materials, downloadable PDFs, and e-books
  • Learning Experiences such as classes and webinars
  • We Give Talks, either live on online
  • Special events that come up periodically


Sponsoring Research Studies

The Institute for Cooperative BioBalance supports Dr. Jim Conroy's many research studies:

Sponsoring Initiatives

PartnerWithNature.org

Yes, the Institute sponsors this website.  PartnerWithNature.org serves the growing community of people who want to shift their approach to Nature  toward partnership.  People seek partnership with Nature so that they and all Beings on Earth can mutually survive, strengthen each other, and thrive. At the site, people can learn, find awe-inspiring information, receive practical direction, and do spiritual, environmental, family-oriented, holistic, or galvanizing activities.  If interested, people can make progress on a suggested path of activities or join with others in like-hearted community.  

Climate Whispering.org

leads a grass-roots movement wherein participants use the practice of offering pre-set intentional messages from their hearts to the Living Beings of Nature as well as to Earth as a whole so as to mitigate the negative effects of climate change.

TreeProtector.org

Inspires tree-loving people to self-fulfillment, holistic pro-action, tree advocacy, eco-spirituality, and creative thinking so that all living Beings‚ÄĒincluding people‚ÄĒcan be healthy and have a continuously renewable future.

Philanthropic Works

The Institute for Cooperative BioBalance sponsors the philanthropic work that Dr. Jim Conroy and Basia Alexander do at climate crisis locations.  

For example, Dr. Jim and I have been to California at least 10 times between 2016 and 2020. We go to address climate-related ecological damage such as drought, fire, storms, mud slides, and more. Our work helps the trees and other ecosystem members prepare for, deal with, or recover from the climate extremes.  

The Ways to Partner Blog contains numerous posts about these philanthropic works. Click on these tags: Do Climate Whispering, Heal Eco-Damage, Livable Planet, TheTreeWhisperer's Insights and Results, and others.


CoFounders of The Institute for Cooperative BioBalance

That's us: Dr. Jim and me, Basia.

We're traveling in Maine, USA, doing philanthropic work to heal ecological damage. You can see Jim holding his ever-present notebook of treatment forms.

We decided to co-create the Institute because we wanted to have an educational "arm" that would be able to sponsor all of our good works. Everything we do and everything we learn while we are doing philanthropic works gets recycled back into everything we teach.