A young Dawn Redwood tree says, “I lost my top! Help me grow a new top!”
While BioBalancing® a young Dawn Redwood tree in Randolph, NJ, Dr. Jim Conroy sensed the tree repeat an instruction to him several times. Finally understanding what was going on for the tree, Dr. Jim helped the tree strengthen its new growth.
In this video, Dr. Jim shows the tree’s tiny new shoot appearing at the break point and describes its need to grow taller.
Dr. Jim made another trip to Colorado to continue Institute for Cooperative BioBalance’s study with Lodgepole Pines and Pinebark Beetle. In this video taken on September 14, 2012, he explains the importance for a steady flow of water for Lodgepole Pines.
We received a phone call about being included in an article about organic lawn care. As we discussed our work, Cara instead decided to include us into the following week’s theme on trees for Daily Record’s Grassroots section. She did such a wonderful job of explaining our work!
You can read the article below, or watch the video.
Alternative medicine for a weary forest
8:33 AM, Jun 14, 2012
Written by Cara Townsend
Filed under: Grassroots
Jim Conroy believes that, like humans, trees and plants respond to touch, bioenergy and other alternative forms of healing.
Conroy, who calls himself the “Tree Whisperer,” intuits the health of trees and teaches others to communicate with nature in a way that will bring a broken ecosystem back into balance.
Along with Basia Alexander, he co-founded the Morris Plains-based Institute for Cooperative BioBalance. The two bring their hands-on tree-healing experiences to private residences, arboretums, institutes and research sites.
“It’s more than teaching people. It’s about giving people an experience,” Conroy said. “Tree whispering changes people’s relationship with trees, plants, insects, diseases and whole ecosystems.”
For seven years Conroy and Alexander have taught at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, where curriculum developer Susie Arnett says the ecosystem is “just blooming … it’s the greenest, healthiest place you could imagine.”
Conroy says he works to strengthen trees inner health; instead of trying to eradicate invasive species that devastate tree populations, Conroy says he brings the ecosystem back into balance.
“Today’s ecosystem is not connected. We move from one invasive species to the next, one disease to the next,” he said. “But these insects have a purpose. It’s about getting the trees healthy enough and bringing that dynamic balance back.”
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…
Maple Tree Becomes a Transmitter for EcoSystem Health
Initially, the Maple tree was not healthy enough to serve as an ecosystem beacon. But, after a hands-on bioenergy healing treatment from Dr. Conroy involving intuitive interaction with its internal functionality (parts, systems, and the aggregate of inner processes), the Maple indicated that it would transmit––like a radio tower––the informational content of the ecosystem balancing bioenergy treatment.
“Live and Let Live”– Principles and Possibilities of Cooperative BioBalance®
All the unusual weather. All the tree species being ravaged by insects and disease organisms. All the pollution and pavement. Nature is operating at extremes, not in dynamic balance. How can dynamic balance be addressed and even restored? Begin by understanding the basic principles of Cooperative BioBalance.
Hear their three main messages to humanity from Dr. Jim Conroy, The Tree Whisperer® and premier Nature Communicator.™ He has been talking with trees for years and provides hands-on bioenergy healing techniques for sick, stressed, and declining trees, plants, forests, and ecosystems.
Our friend and Tree Whispering graduate, Carol Behan, invited us to be on her radio show. It was great fun to talk with her and explain what Tree Whispering and Cooperative BioBalance is all about! […]
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 […]
“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 […]