Timeline of Results

By Basia Alexander

Our Dual Approaches to Research

First and foremost, sensory and intuitive ways of knowing about our world have been at odds since pre-Christian Greek times.  But, in these times of shifting worldview, both the observational ways and the participatory ways are becoming accepted as valid.  In other words, both scientific approaches and experiential perceptions contribute to the whole of understanding something, anything.  

So our approach to research includes both observation of processes and results to gain understanding as well as the appreciation and use of spontaneously received knowings to also gain understanding.

We blend both measurable sense perception and the intuitive insight of consciousness when we do our research.   We take into account the interaction of consciousness, which is not measurable.

If you have a problem with my explanation, I direct you to the highly scientific and rigorous approaches of the scientists and mystics at Institute for Noetic Sciences (IONS.org) and at HeartMath.org.  They are studying the ways that consciousness works.  A Research Fellow there, Lynn McTaggart, has written several books suggesting the validity of energy-medicine and exploring the use of intention as an effective tool of consciousness.

The Dual Purposes of Our Work

We believe that it is the interaction of human consciousness with the plant kingdom and all of the other kingdoms of life on this planet that will be the “other half” of turning around the global environmental crises so that all living Beings can thrive on a livable planet.  The “first half” is, of course, doing the practical things such as reducing carbon emissions.  

But will the practical things restore a livable planet?  

No. Not by themselves.

At this unique moment in time, people have an opportunity to step into a “higher level of thinking” (as Einstein called it) in order to have an ADDITIONAL way to solve those environmental problems.  

They can use their heart, mind, and consciousness to interact directly with the deep intelligence in the kingdoms of life to improve all living beings’ health from the inside-out, without products. It’s called “healing.”  It’s what we do and it’s what we teach.  

Having said that, I have explained our dual purposes: HEAL ECOLOGICAL DAMAGE.  UPGRADE HUMAN THINKING.  

Questions We Address in Research

In the early months and years, the key question we addressed was simply, “Does it work?”  Does using direct and conscious human interaction with trees and plants impact their health?  

While we were still evaluating that question, it became obvious to ask “How does energy and consciousness also impact the ecosystem members around trees and plants?” and “Can the whole ecosystem become more healthy?”

We’ve spent most of our time working on that question.  

Since mid 2016, we are asking a more complex kind of question.  It has to do with how the manifestation of life becomes physically healthier when one interacts using consciousness at a dimensional level of reality as well as while doing “healing” activities at a physical level of reality.  

That’s a mouthful.  Hang in there.  

Just A Few Results since 2002, 18 years of work...

Early work with Crops

By working with annual crops, Jim could see results in a week or two that could take years in trees.  

In 2004, a professor at a university asked Jim to participate in a formal study on Cabbage. It would be a 3 year study in which the professor wanted to evaluate various fertilizers. Jim would be able to have part of the plots to evaluate his work. This was a rare opportunity to try to do a "treated" and "untreated" kind of evaluation.  

The plots in 2004 and 2005 didn't yield much difference in the size or weight of cabbage heads.

However in 2006--when Jim had more skill and expertise with his own methods--there was a significant difference.

The Longest Running Research Study Started in 2007

In November of 2007 our longest running research project started and is continuing through today.  We went to Colorado because we were invited to try to help whole mountainsides that were turning orange.  It seemed as if all of the forests were dying; the Lodgepole Pines were undergoing an infestation of Pine Bark Beetle. Our hostess in Colorado asked “Can you help?” Jim answered, “I don’t know but I’ll find out.”  

It is a horticultural truth that it is a sick plant that attracts insects and disease.  So Dr. Jim’s initial work was to help the trees move foods and fluids through their vascular tissue more efficiently so as to overcome the presence of the beetle larvae which were feeding in there. In other words, to help the trees be healthier on the inside.

By the time we got the invitation, the beetles were already well into their process.  On the various research properties, there were trees too sick to survive; they would die.  And, there were some that had not been excessively “hit” by beetles so that they could survive.  Those trees responded amazingly well to the healing interventions.  And whether Jim touched the tree or not, all trees on the property were getting the bioenergy treatments because trees operate in community and share information through their bioenergy networks.  

Between 2008 ’til 2014, Dr. Jim’s approach evolved.  He moved from just addressing the inner health of the trees to a combination of improving health but also communicating with the beetle’s species-intelligence as well. In those early years, we thought working to bring balance and harmony to the interaction between trees and insects as “coexistence technology”.  It was showing a lot of promise… From 2015 ’til today, there would be a lot more advanced methodology development.  

More on these results further down this post.....

Inquiring into the Idea of CoExistence

2007 to 2010 laid the foundation for the creation of the next methodology:  EcoPeace Treaties.  But, we didn’t call it that yet.

Jim was still inquiring into the idea of coexistence.  His treatments were still using the Cooperative BioBalance approach but he started to 'talk' with the other organisms. Jim was asking them about their lives, their desire to survive and how they could coexist with their host organism.

The work pictured below with Beech trees is a great example of how the combination of tree health improving and the organisms attempting to coexist actually worked!

October of 2012 Hurricane Sandy, and our 4th book People Saving Their Trees in Hurricane Sandy

You might say this was an unintended research project.  

We knew Hurricane Sandy was coming up the east coast of the USA.  Forecasters knew it would take a left turn (highly unusual) into New Jersey… right over so many of our clients’ properties.  

On the Friday before, Jim went to help the trees prepare.  

I stayed in the office writing the STORM PREP WHISPERS and sending them out to my mailing list.  Then, over the weekend, we both went to more client locations to prepare those trees.  

The STORM PREP WHISPERS were--and are--intentional messages that people gave from their hearts to help the trees survive.  

As soon as I sent them out, the STORM PREP WHISPERS were going viral.  People shared them with their lists and on and on. Even before Sandy actually hit on that Monday, people were emailing me, saying how the Whispers helped them feel empowered in the face of the unknown; helped them feel that they could DO SOMETHING for their beloved trees when this monster storm was coming.  

Once we all got our electricity back—it took several weeks—people emailed their stories of how they and the Whispers saved their trees on their own properties and sometimes even on adjacent neighbor’s properties.  

We turned their amazing stories into a book:  People Saving Their Trees in Hurricane Sandy.  

Here is a proof of effectiveness

People’s attention, people’s consciousness interacts with the living Beings of Nature on a large scale. They didn’t have to learn or use complex healing processes.   By doing something as simple as focusing their attention and intention on pre-set phrases, their conscious awareness interacted with their trees, with Nature’s great intelligence.  

They gave their trees the information the trees needed to increase their chances of survival in the extreme storm.  And for the great majority, they saved all or most of their trees. People are still doing STORM PREP WHISPERS when any kind of storms come, and with positive results.  

Since the work is entirely energy-medicine, there are no products or invasive techniques used.  It is totally safe for use around people because of that.  It’s just Dr. Jim or regular people like you interacting in bioenergy and in dimensional consciousness with trees, plants, ecosystem members and conscious forms on a large scale.  

A deeper ethical question

You might ask, “Why not just use consciousness to stop the storm?”  Because we are not God.

Storms, fire, droughts, and other of Nature’s actions are there for a purpose.

We humans do not have the big picture or understanding of Nature’s greater long-term purposes. Trying to use consciousness in that way (stop the storm) would only be more of the same thought box of domination, control and superiority that caused climate change already.  Dr. Jim and I are dedicated to the bring forth the new kind of thinking: Partnering with Nature.  So we foster communication, collaboration as equals and cocreation with Nature.  Climate Whispers serve to strengthen the living Beings so that they can withstand climate extremes and set the scene for the return of balance in Nature.

(Please let me jump ahead to today for moment. It’s 2020 as I write this post.  We have just created a new website, ClimateWhispering.org, to share all of the Whispers we have put out since 2012 and Hurricane Sandy to address other climate extremes such as fires and droughts.)

EcoPeace Treaties

All of the background work with ecosystems and all of the efforts about coexistence in ecosystems added up to a new process that we trademarked on 10/19/12: EcoPeace Treaties®.  

EcoPeace Treaties have a triangular structure.  They are 3 way agreements forged in consciousness among 2 organisms that are at odds with each other and the people responsible on the land.  Jim serves as the facilitator for these agreements.  And many of our students have done them since.  

The EcoPeace Treaty is an agreement forged between the 2 organisms that are at odds with each other. Dr. Jim describes the experience of facilitating as "listening in" while the organisms talk it over and reach an understanding about how they can BOTH survive and thrive.  The property owners are part of the agreement.  For the agreement to work, people must be willing to respect the organisms, not assert control by interfering, and possibly do practical things that will help both organisms to thrive.  

The key here is for the people to shift their thinking to a higher level.  We call this level “partnering with Nature.”  And, in the case of the EcoPeace Treaty, the thinking expands to include the philosophy LIVE AND LET LIVE.  EcoPeace Treaties show that killing the “bad guys” in an ecosystem is obsolete.  They show that organisms—even the “invasive” ones—can coexist with their hosts.  EcoPeace Treaties are the interaction of species-intelligence and the wisdom of Nature’s balance in operation!

Continued Research in Colorado with Lodgepole Pines and Bark Beetle

Our first trip to Colorado was in 2011. Dr. Jim and I continued making our twice-a-year trips to give healing treatments to the trees.

The trees' improvement was visible.

At this research site in Fraser, CO, countless trees were dying and dead in the 2007 upper image.  However, among those were trees that may have been "hit" by the beetle but were still living and could survive. As the overall "infestation" developed, 2009 was considered to be the worst year for the most beetles. However, we believe that the trees that survived the 2007 to 2009 beetle 'hits" were able to do so because they were healthier on the inside. Dr. Jim's healing treatments increased the efficiency of their circulation systems. In other words, even though the beetle larvae were feeding and disrupting the trees' circulation systems, there was enough circulation still working to keep the trees alive and to keep them from turning orange.

So, those trees that were already hit and turning red, would die. They became "silver ghosts" standing but bare of needles.  The trees that may have been a little orange may or may not have survived. And then, the trees that were hit (because ALL Lodgepole Pines were hit by the beetles) but had improved circulation were able to survive and coexist with the beetles.

This is what Dr. Jim said in our 6th book, Live and Let Live: Home Multidimensional Collaboration Heals Ecosystems, about his early work with EcoPeace Treaties in Colorado.

I facilitated an EcoPeace Treaty® between Lodgepole Pines and Pine Bark Beetles. Pine Bark Beetle Intelligence agreed that when the insects lay eggs in the trees, the eggs would hatch and only disrupt a small circular area of the vascular tissue. The larvae would complete their life-cycle and not harm the Lodgepole Pines. Pine Bark Beetles also agreed to live in wood of the Lodgepole Pines that had been cut down. There was still plenty of moisture in the vascular tissue of those logs for the beetles to support their life cycle.
Lodgepole Pine trees said they would support Bark Beetles. Healthy Lodgepole Pines are able to support the insects by giving them a place to live and complete their life-cycles.
Research site owners each made agreements appropriate to their properties. Generally, they agreed to respect the trees and the insects, not remove any living trees, and not spray the treated trees.

And a look inside...

And here's a look, literally, inside of one tree that shows how the trees survived and thrived even after been badly "hit" by the beetle larvae. A nearby tree had been cut down. As it fell, it scrapped the side of this young but very tall tree. It was like being able to look through a window to see the inside of the tree while it remained alive. Very clear larvae paths are seen for nearly the entire height of the tree. This shows that every tree was "hit" but many were still able to live because of improved circulation and because of the EcoPeace Treaty with the Bark Beetle's species intelligence.

To see the whole Colorado Lodgepole Pine and Bark Beetle story, and to see before-and-after photos, please go to our sister website for the summary.

DEER and GARDENS EcoPeace Treaty Research Study in 2014

This EcoPeace Treaty research study started in 2013 when the Director of the EcoLiteracy Center expressed frustration about the prospect of raising funds to build a deer fence around the whole valley because she wanted to protect the demonstration gardens.  She asked Jim whether the same kind of work he was already doing to bring insects and plants into coexistence could be applied to deer and gardens.  

Jim said he didn’t know but would give it a try.

Here are 2 images; one from July of 2014 and the other from October of 2014.  The whole story of his initial and continued communication and collaboration with the species intelligence of the deer, the garden plants, and the whole plant kingdom in the valley is in our book, Live and Let Live: How Multidimensional Collaboration Heals Ecosystems. Then, nearly 2 years later, we put an update into our 7th book: Live and Let Live: Enlightened Stewardship.  

July, 2014, shows the northeast direction of the valley with the terraced area.  This is the demonstration garden showing the handicapped-accessible setting.  Those raised beds make it easy for wheelchair access AND also make the vegetables at perfect grazing level for deer.  

The lower left image shows the southwest direction and how close these demonstration gardens are to the forest’s edge.  

Lower right image shows the Hosta by the farmhouse.  In the first year of the study, this Hosta patch was not included in the treatment area.  It was wiped out by the deer because Hosta is like candy to them; they love it.  The director asked for it to be included in the 2nd year.

There were absolutely no sprays or other deterrents used in this study.  The humans kept their part of the bargain in the EcoPeace Treaty to respect and honor the deer.  

Why the green flags?  

They are NOT repellents, they are markers.  They are markers FOR THE DEER because the Deer Spirit told Jim that they can see green at night.  Deer agreed, in the EcoPeace Treaty, to avoid the tree-flagged areas because the humans and the other forest plants agreed to give them the 4 things they needed to survive:  
1) Food (extra growth by plants at forest edge
2) Water - a stream goes through the valley
3) Safety - the Director put a stop to hunting on the 200 acres
4) A place to bear their young - 1, 2, and 3 give them that  

By October, the success from the human point of view was clear: all of the garden plants and Hosta were mature and untouched.  Even grazing level cabbage reached maturity.  The Director was very engaged and directed her staff to participate and honor the agreement. She was delighted.

The garden plants achieved their goal in the EcoPeace Treaty which was to reach maturity.  Forest edge plants contributed to the EcoPeace Treaty by putting on more growth to feed the deer.  They said they were just doing their job and were satisfied with the EcoPeace Treaty.

At one point the Deer species-intelligence (or Spirit) even asked for clarification about being able to spread seed from the wild stream area.  From the Deer’s point of view, the species-intelligence told Jim that they were satisfied with the EcoPeace Treaty.  

Jim had to visit the EcoLiteracy Center about every 10 days to evaluate and refresh the EcoPeace Treaty.  The agreements in it had to be brought into consciousness regularly because Deer, like any mammal, can learn but they can also forget or get distracted.

And an additional fascinating piece to the deer story. In the first year of the study, the Hosta plants around the farmhouse were not included in the study so they were mowed down by the deer. But in later years, Jim included them to excellent results. Kinda ratty-looking but NOT EATEN Hosta are seen all the way into autumn in 2015 The same thing happened in 2016.

Ash Trees and Emerald Ash Borer EcoPeace Treaty Research Studies

Actually, Dr. Jim and I started the Ash and EAB EcoPeace Treaties Research Study in 2011 because we knew the insect would soon spread into the Northeast USA. Dr. Jim wanted to help the trees become healthier FIRST. Ash trees all over the USA had already been weakened over the previous 20 years or so by a disease called Ash Yellows.

As a PhD Plant Pathologist by training and career, Jim understands how the disease operates:

“What people call “Ash Yellows” is a microorganism that wants to live in the vascular tissue of the Ash trees.  It feeds inside of the xylem and phloem “tubes” in which food and fluid circulation happens.  So the tubes get blocked and the tree can’t move food and fluids around in order to grow.
“My initial work with Ash trees was to improved their inner circulation systems, to get more food made in the leaves then moved to the various growing points —leaf-buds, roots, and xylem/phloem— so that the trees could strengthen and grow.  Then, they would have a better chance of withstanding the presence of any future possible feeding EAB larvae under their bark.”

We selected a handful of research sites initially and then expanded the number over the years until we had sites in New York State, Connecticut, New Jersey.  (And we even treated the Ash trees on my cousin’s property in the suburbs of Chicago on family visits!)

The main thing we could show by the end of 2014 was that there were no signs of EAB at any of our sites.  You might think—“no big deal” but it was a big deal because the EAB had been reported within miles of the Omega Institute site and the Red Hook, NY site by 2014.  And at both sites, the trees were showing signs of health: good growth.  

Success Declared at the New York State Ash and EAB EcoPeace Treaty Research Sites in 2015

In New York State, along both sides of the Hudson River, the Emerald Ash Borer insect was found by the state's environmental protection agency to be "heavy." Ash trees almost everywhere were found to have the "blonding" signs of EAB larvae feeding under the bark.

However, not on our 2 sites. We could find no sign of it on our trees. Both research sites are over 200 acres. Those maps are shown in this post--just scroll up.

September 2014 to August 2016, Everything Changed.

The Development of Dimensional Lightwork

Jim turned his attention to developing his own insights and skills with his dimensional model.  He still continued his work with the Ash trees and EAB, the Lodgepole Pines and Pine Bark Beetle, the Deer and the Gardens, and still saw so many clients use both Cooperative BioBalance and EcoPeace Treaties methodologies.

His whole orientation changed.

Results? Plenty! The list of trees, crops, plants, orchards, properties, estates, and more that Dr. Jim did his Cooperative BioBalance and EcoPeace Treaty treatments on between 2015 and late in 2016 is also too lengthy for this post. Please go to Dr. Jim's website for detail and to see results: www.TheTreeWhisperer.com.

Woodside, California, a prized ancient Coastal Live Oak was Dying in 2015

Actually, we made our first trip to see “Delilah” in Woodside CA in August of 2014.  

“Delilah” had several things going against her:

  • There was a drought in California,
  • but right under the tree’s roots on one side, a pipe was broken so those roots were getting flooded and rotted.  The owner didn’t discover this broken pipe for a long time.
  • On the other side of the tree, the neighbors had covered the tree’s root area with 6 inches of soil because they wanted to make some new plantings.  Covering a tree’s root area is deadly to the tree.  

“Delilah” was looking very thin and stressed. This was a perfect opportunity for Jim to begin practicing his new Dimensional Lightwork methods.  I wish I could say that the tree got better right away.  I did not.  Trees are on tree-time not on hurry-up human-time.  And the tree had several more years of California drought yet to go through.  

The EcoPeace Treaty Dr. Jim did with Delilah was a lot like the one he does with Beech trees. Both kinds of trees can get Phytophthora disease. And the "spots" that Delilah had showed that the tree was weak.  However, within months, those spots were clearing and a few years later couldn't be seen at all.

So here’s what happened for Delilah between 2015 and 2019 as a result of Jim’s use of his consciousness and as he further developed his methods: Cooperative BioBalance, EcoPeace Treaties, and Dimensional Lightwork.    

Click to start the little movie. (There is no audio track.)   

In one of the slides in that movie, you might recognize “Delilah’s” guardian angel, if you were around during the Vietnam War protests, or since then, if you like to listen to folk-style and culturally relevant singers.   And just a few days ago, November 7th, 2020, Joan Baez just sent us photos of Delilah looking GREAT!

Thanks to EcoPeace Treaties, 2015 Was a Good Year for Apples in New Jersey and Massachusetts

By 2015, we were teaching EcoPeace Treaties to our students.  This group did the EcoPeace Treaty diagram you see above during their class at an organic farm in New Jersey.  Dr. Jim did the same EcoPeace Treaty in Massachusetts.  

The key to this EcoPeace Treaty is that the people don't disturb the grasses or the leaves that fall to the ground under the trees during the growing season. The disease organisms like the moisture and they can continue to live on the debris under the trees as long as it stays moist.  So the species-consciousness of those organisms agreed that they would move off of the tree and live on the ground as long as it was moist.

The apple trees agreed to drop a few more leaves and immature apples for the organisms to live on.  The trees also agreed to get healthier with  the Cooperative BioBalance treatment that Dr. Jim game to them.

These property owners in Massachusetts and the Organic Growers at the farm in New Jersey agreed not to disturb the grasses under the trees.

And the results were an amazing delicious harvest with very little showing of disease organisms on the fruit.

Bansal Preserve's 5-Way EcoPeace Treaty in 2015, lead by Vera, a graduate of Green Centrics and EcoPeace Treaties

At this lovely little preserve in Clifton--an urban area of New Jersey--our graduate Vera wanted to plant tree seedlings. As a board member of the Preserve, she received the seedlings as a donation. However, deer and "invasive" plants in the Preserve posed a challenge. She learned the EcoPeace Treaty method in several workshops that the took, so she asked Dr. Jim for his collaboration in this project.

After several visits, the two of them realized that there was a real innovation here: a 5-way EcoPeace Treaty between collaborative organisms.  It went like this:  

  1. the deer needed food and agreed to avoid the seedlings and eat the knotweed
  2. a so-called “Invasive” plant called Knotweed agreed to feed the deer, insects, and people who like to forage. The species intelligence also agreed to not grow so tall in that area so that they didn’t shade the seedlings
  3. various insect species agreed to move away from the seedlings and feed on the knotweed
  4. the seedlings agreed to grow so that in future years, they would be able to shelter and feed the deer
  5. people agreed that they could forage by cutting the knotweed but not to pull it out, and people agreed to respect all of the living Beings
  6. Helper plants not directly in the triangle of the EcoPeace Treaty offered to support all.

This became an amazing exercise in successful collaboration as we saw signs that each participant was keeping up their end of the agreement.  

While checking on the preserve one day, Dr. Jim, Vera, and I stumbled upon a deer feeding on the knotweed in the main seedling growth area.  The deer did not bolt when we arrived.  Rather, the deer continued to feed as we watched for at least 20 minutes, as if to say, “See? I’m doing exactly what I am supposed to do.”

September 2016 to March 2020 ...

Use and Further Development of Dimensional Lightwork's method for manifestation, widespread healing on larger tracts of land, and philanthropy.

By the end of 2016, Jim was chaffing at the bit to travel. He HAD to try this new work in larger spaces. Working with one tree or with a property even as large as 200 acres was too small, too confining for his consciousness.

Plus, Dr. Jim wanted a change of ecosystems. The work so far was mostly in the Northeast USA. He needed different ecological settings, different kinds of trees, different challenges, as well as mountains and oceans.

The Dimensional Lightwork now needed to address the inclusion of what we started to call "conscious forms." Trees and tree species certainly have their kind of consciousness. But we realized that waterways, mountains, oceans, landscapes, and more all have consciousness of their own. They are "conscious forms." And he wanted to get out and be with them. He loves mountains.  He loves the ocean.  

What is Dimensional Lightwork?

Dimensional Lightwork is—as it sounds—an approach that operates beyond The Physical.  Pre-physical and non-physical realities do exist, and most people accept this idea and “soul” or “heaven” or similar ideas when they are engaged with their own spirituality or are practicing their religion.  

Over and above those concepts, Dimensional Lightwork is an adventure into discovering how the non-physical realities of dimensional design, species intelligence blueprint, ideals, goals, and innate potentials (and more) can be brought into The Physical realm.  It’s all about manifestation.  

Dimensional Lightwork absolutely honors the role of Elemental Forces, the Physical Elements, and Form Builders  as the artisans of form who bring the dimensional into The Physical.

And it is all done by Jim and me and a select group of graduates, from the paradigm (framework of thought) of partnership with Nature, communication, collaboration, and co-creation.  

There is no room for greed, manipulation, control, domination, or superiority in Dimensional Lightwork.  And here I don’t mean culturally or politically.  I mean that at dimensionally higher levels of consciousness, human attempts to control just don’t work.  Attempts to impost one’s human willfulness don’t work; they backfire.

That is why Dr. Jim and I have had to practice neutrality.  We have gone through spirit-guided learning processes involving an unfolding of truths which we only became ready for each time we released desires to control, pre-conceived notions about “how it works” and other negative ‘stuff’.  

Results of Dimensional Lightwork

Physical results don’t always show up—at least not right away. Trees are on tree-time not hurry-up human-time.  And sometimes there are no visible differences.  

However the use of Dimensional Lightwork always engages LIGHT, Light Energy, Life Energy, Universal Rhythm, Universal Energy, Growth Energy.  It is always guided by Invisible Helpers of Dimensional Spaces.  

It involves the conscious awareness of the species intelligence, dimensional blueprint, ideal design, goals, innate potentials of the living Beings involved…including one’s self.  

It involves release and acceptance, not human doing.  So, it requires humility, appreciation, and love.  

It involves BELIEVING THEN SEEING.  Not the other way around, as most people have it wired up.  

So you might say that the results of Dimensional Lightwork may show up in Nature Beings at physical levels as surviving and thriving on a livable planet.   And results absolutely show up in humans at spiritual levels.  We can’t measure that or show you before-and-after pictures of that… expect perhaps a lot of smiling faces.  

Remember, everything changed in late 2014.

Dr. Jim and I started:

  • Working on large tracks of land
  • All done philanthropically--no charge for parks or public lands.
  • Striving to fulfill our desire and purpose to heal ecological damage not only for individual trees but also at large scales.
Picture this.  We are both slight of size, greying, and live in a suburban area of New Jersey.

So what did we do? It was September of 2016, we rented an RV and set off from San Fransisco to make a giant loop around northern California for about 3 weeks.  California was still in the grip of 8 years of drought.  

Jim wanted to try his new Dimensional Lightwork in areas where trees were badly stressed. California was the first place. Then, we went many other places through 2020.

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After Dimensional Lightwork, What People Can Look For on Their Property

The ecological energy-work of Cooperative BioBalancing and Dimensional LIghtwork accomplishes connection and interconnection in an ecosystem so that all members of the ecosystem regain health, co-exist, and live in dynamic balance.    

In a Whole Emergent Ecosystem, all Beings of Nature are in dynamic balance and living together in-sync.  When living Beings are connected and interconnected, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

Here’s an example at a client property in West Orange, New Jersey.  The clients lived there for 12 years up to that point and had never seen tree seedlings come up in their forested area before.  They considered the appearance of the seedlings to be a result of more harmony and balance on their land.

When the Ecosystem has emerged as a higher level whole-in-balance, then new Beings of Nature can re-appear into the Physical.  

  • New seedlings of any type. (Pine, Holly, Oaks, Maple)
  • Seedlings of species that have not appeared for a long time.
  • New animal species show up. (Turtles in a creek, frogs in a pond)
  • Behavior demonstrating balance. (Deer NOT eating bushes around a house)
  • Insects/Disease in dynamic balance with trees and plants. (Dynamic Balance is 20% or less presence)
  • New native species show up—plants or animals.
  • New mature trees or plants show up.
  • Animal species not seen for a while reappear. (Birds or deer on property)
  • Trees, plants, or flowers grow bigger than previously.  (Geraniums, Pines)  
  • See an invasive species showing new purpose.  (Japanese Knotweed protecting tree seedlings from insects and feeding the deer.)
  • More or different bee species.
  • More and/or different plants that feed bees.
  • Plants or trees blooming that haven’t bloomed in a long time.
  • Healthier trees and plants.
  • Other...

Please go to Dr. Jim Conroy's website: TheTreeWhisperer.com, for more detailed information and to view more results.

Nov 16, 2020
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