Telesummit talk: Do you Want Your Guardian Tree to be Healthy?
Our friend, Kim Wilborn, asked us to speak for her Telesummit: How to Partner With Guardian Beings. It's a wonderful group of speakers addressing all sorts of guardian beings such as unicorns, dragons, angels... and of course, trees.
If you want to listen to both Basia's and my talks, and the rest of the speakers in the Telesummit, please use this link to get to it: How to Partner With Guardian Beings.
This page has resources for you.... Please scroll down.
- Deal with Drought initative information
- A short video of Jim touching and being with his favorite trees.
- Tree Stressors and What you Can Do About Them.
- Links to information about Dos and Don'ts for tree care....
- Trees that Jim mentioned in the talk.
- Link to our books that Jim mentioned
- The Elizabeth Gilbert Quote
- Quick Healing Whispers for Trees and Plants.
DEAL WITH DROUGHT Initiative Information:
Whispering Support for Droughts--contains informational videos and other resources that may prompt thought and discussion.
DEAL WITH DROUGHT Whispers--useable image in the post and also a downloadable pdf.
Jim with his favorite trees
At :30 into this video, you'll see Jim standing between the Great Triple Oak and The Maple giving and receiving "mutual healing."
Tree and Plant Stress Factors and What you Can Do about them:
This is a jpg image that you can probably drag onto your desktop or click and hold to save to your photo albums.
Do's and Don'ts for Tree Care
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Trees that Jim mentioned in the telesummit talk:
This is the Quartet of Redwood trees at Henry Cowell Redwood State Park that Jim talked with. They told him that they felt "stunted."
Here are the trees before transplant and after successful transplant
Our Books that I mentioned:
Click on the image and you'll go directly to the books at our oneline store: PlantKingdomCommunications.com
Elizabeth Gilbert, from her book Eat, Pray, Love
Healing Whispers for Trees and Plants...
These are jpg images that you can probably drag onto your desktop or click and hold to save to your photo albums.