2005. The Peach orchard on top of the hill at the CSG in Blairstown, NJ. Early work with peaches was called Tree Whispering and CoExistence Technologies. This evolved into Cooperative BioBalance and EcoPeace Treaties.
2015. Early peach and foliage is shown against the background of the grasses that agreed to harbor the fallen leaves and immature peaches so that the disease organisms could have a place to live.
Peach Orchard EcoPeace Treaties over the Years
Dr. Jim Conroy’s work with the Peach orchard started in 2005 as CoExistence Technologies®.
Over the years, the Peaches helped him to develop the EcoPeace Treaty technology.
Chara Armon put together a fantastic telesummit with lots of wonderful speakers. Conroy and Alexander were honored to be a part of this wonderful group. Chara has allowed us to make the recording available here for no charge.
However, we highly recommend clicking on the link below because the whole telesummit is still available on her website.
PLEASE CLICK TO SEE THE SLIDE SHOW. Dr. Jim Conroy on April 18, 2014, at the Omega property area called "Froggy Creek"
The Ash tree called "Meristem" at the Sharon, CT research site.
One of the Ash trees at the Salisbury, Ct research sites.
At the Sharon, CT, research site, the road is lined with Ash trees.
May 6, 2014. The winter was harsh and Ash Trees tend to leaf out late.
At the End of the season, the Main Ash Tree on the Omega Campus is healthy.
At the end of the season, a tree called 7th Heaven is healthy.
2014 Ash/EAB Research Sites and Results
First visits to the Ash and Emerald Ash Borer EcoPeace Treaty research sites in 2014 were in February, 2014. After a harsh winter, the Ash trees were leafing out rather late. Since trees make food for themselves in their leaves, leafing-out late puts a stress on the trees. They must use up their stored resources until the leaves are unfurled and in food production.
The structure of an EcoPeace Treaty is an up-side-down triangle. The organisms at the top, which are usually at odds with each other, come into dynamic balance when the agreement is mediated by Dr. Jim Conroy. Please see the photo in the slide show above.
At the end of the season, the Ash trees were healthy and strong. There was no sign of Ash Borer at any of the Hudson Valley or New Jersey sites.
2014 Omega Workshop Participants Learn about the Ash Tree/Ash Borer Research Project
Participants at the 2014 Omega Institute Workshop learned about the Ash Tree and Emerald Ash Borer EcoPeace Treaty® research project first hand by going out into the Omega campus forest to connect with the Ash trees. They learned about the EcoPeace Treaty in class, finding out about its crucial role in balancing ecosystems.
“Multidimensional Collaboration.” That’s a big idea. And so is the idea of healing ecosystems, but it can be done.
But Conroy and Alexander do their best to explain how people can easily collaborate with the living Beings of Nature.
Dr. Jim Conroy demonstrates how he has a multidimensional approach. In other words, all living Beings exist not only as physical form but also as bioenergy and non-physical energy. His new techniques explore the use of multiple dimensions to expand healing of trees, plants, and ecosystem members.
The biggest idea–an idea whose time has come–in this new book is Live and Let Live. Dr. Jim shows that with an EcoPeace Treaty®, killing ecosystem members has become obsolete.
EcoPeace Treaties promise a thriving future for a fragile planet and humanity.
Insect and Ash Trees Make their first EcoPeace Treaty, 2012
The Emerald Ash Borer says that it wants to live, too. Dr. Conroy facilitates an EcoPeace Treaty between the Ash trees on the Omega Institute campus and a non-native insect working its way eastward from the Great Lakes, USA, area. The insect’s deep, innate intelligence explains what it wants people to understand.
Through his use of non-linear knowing (intuition) combined with his proprietary Tree Whispering® and EcoPeace Treaty® systems, Dr. Jim Conroy communicates Read more…
CLICK TO SEE SLIDE SHOW. . . . . . Jason, the Superintendent of a golf course in West Virginia, pays close attention to his greens.
Dr. Jim Conroy and Jason discuss the problems with diseases on the greens.
Dr. Jim faciliates an EcoPeace Treaty between the grasses of the greens and their disease organisms and Jason, as the responsible person.
Three days later, Jason took a series of photos with his smart-phone. In this shot, the "green" is on the right and the arrow points to an incidence of disease just on the "collar" of the green.
Jason took this little bit closer shot of the disease. The arrow points to an incidence of disease just on the "collar" of the green.
Jason took this close-up shot of the disease. The arrow points to an incidence of disease just on the "collar" of the green.
Jason, the superintendent of the Guyan Golf and Country Club in West Virginia, asked Dr. Jim Conroy to help the trees and the greens on the course. Jason is a forward-thinking innovator in his field and wants to put to work the latest approaches and technologies.
He does his best to use organic approaches whenever possible on the golf course. He feels that his protecting his members and the environment by doing so.
Without using any products, Dr. Jim Conroy accomplishes the rejuvenation of the health of trees and whole ecosystems.
Jason’s first concern was the disease on the 3rd green. He and Dr. Jim Conroy consulted. The EcoPeace Treaty that Dr. Jim mediated between the grasses and the disease organisms resulted in an immediate success. This is the structure of the EcoPeace Treaty that Dr. Jim facilitated:
Jason sent photos just three days later showing that the disease was ONLY on the collar of the green, not on the green itself.