What’s going on inside of fruit trees? It’s like an orchestra!
The inner functionality of any tree––and specifically these apple trees––is like a finely tuned and well coordinated orchestra.
Dr. Jim Conroy describes the finer points of his hands-on bioenergy-healing proprietary systems, Tree Whispering® and Green Centrics™, just after he treated a small apple orchard in the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts, USA.
Dr. Jim Conroy likes to under-promise and over-deliver. Berkshires Massachusetts homeowner, Susanna, asked Dr. Jim what results she might see from the Tree Whispering® and Green Centrics™ treatments he had just done on her orchard. He modestly said that he hoped for better fruit, less disease and insect damage, and cleaner fruit. That was in April.
Please go to EcoSystem Results to see the beautiful, big, juicy, clean apples that were harvested from these healthy trees in October of that year!
To improve the trees’ health, Dr. Jim had to “unclog the straws” of their inner circulations systems. He did that by combining his use of non-linear knowledge with his hands-on, bioenergy healing methods.
Dr. Jim Conroy, premier Nature Communicator and The Tree Whisperer,® has been developing his revolutionary and paradigm-shifting approach to balancing the components of ecosystems since 2004. With this early 2011 video, he goes public with the concept and its new name: “Cooperative BioBalance.”
Who is he? What Does Dr. Jim Conroy, The Tree Whisperer, do?
He’s a professional. His Doctorate degree is from Purdue University in Plant Pathology. He was an executive in chemical companies in both the science and marketing sides for over 25 years.
He had a flash of insight which changed his life.
Now he is a Nature communicator and the principle practitioner of his proprietary hands-on bioenergy healing systems: Tree Whispering®, Green Centrics™, and Cooperative BioBalance®.
These systems operate much like hands-on complementary healing systems for people which are now being accepted in hospitals for seriously ill patients.