#Help4Trees in Florida’s Hurricane Areas

Dr. Jim Conroy and Ms. Basia Alexander

Dr. Jim Conroy and I, Basia Alexander, are working in Florida a few months after Hurricanes Irma and Maria of 2017.

So many trees were damaged, but more than that, the trees still standing are not healthy.  The high winds and rains severely stressed the trees in the hurricane-hit areas.

With our Tree Whispering®, Cooperative BioBalance®, and Dimensional Lightwork, we are able to bring relief and restoration of inner processes to these trees and other ecosystem members.  The work is based on the employment of conscious intentionality in combination with  knowledge of trees’ inner functionality.

For example, these trees really need to grow more roots straight down. But, they lost leaves in the hurricanes.  So their ability to make more food is compromised.

By bio-energetically re-aligning their inner balance of food, nutrients, and water, we help them to manage their resources to grow more leaves first which will allow them to grow more roots quickly afterward.

These trees do have a chance to survive.

Practical actions such as bringing in more soil to cover exposed roots before they dry out would be helpful, too.

Soil and sand erosion on the beach at Honeymoon Island State Park, Dunedin, Florida.