Meet one of Pat’s fruit trees. It’s a Pear tree that lives in a modest New Jersey suburban backyard. Pat grows almost all of the food for her vegetarian family in this small yard…including pears!
I always ask a tree for permission to treat it. This tree told me “I’m sick and I need help.”
Whatever stressors may have weakened the tree, the tree’s internal functionality was compromised.
My energy healing, holistic treatment focused on re-establishing the flow of that inner functionality. Re-establishing functionality is something that products like fertilizers can’t do. A sick tree like this sweet little Pear can’t take up products.
This was clear to me as I did the treatment because uptake of fluids, circulation of those fluids and food production were the highlights that the tree told me about. The tree wanted to be able to feed itself to become healthy again. Remember, plants eat sunlight via photosynthesis.
I’ll recount the events of the treatment here.
- Movement of fluids inside the tree was slowing down.
- Tree wants more roots for more uptake of water and nutrients.
- Where the circulation was good in the tree, it had to compensate for where the circulation has been compromised because of splits in the bark.
- Plant chemistry had to be cleared and balanced. What does that mean? It means that the ratio of sugars, water and nutrients had to be brought into balance.
- Had to get movement of fluids to the buds and get the healthy cells in the buds to divide. Good, healthy buds will result.
- Good, healthy buds means more leaves…which means more sugars from photosynthesis from those leaves.
- This ties back to need for more roots for uptake of water and nutrients also needed in the leaves for photosynthesis.
See how the treatment comes full circle? Everything is connected to everything else.
All of the steps above should help to result in a healthy tree. A healthy tree will be able to put on good fruit.