Video: Trees preparing to survive winter and "learning" to protect themselves from Climate Extremes
Trees preparing to survive winter and "learning" to protect themselves from Climate Extremes
Dr. Jim Conroy and I, Basia Alexander, have been teaching at the Omega Institute since 2005. We have brought our class attendees out to all of the trees in this video and more trees on the campus. Both the people and the trees have enjoyed this connection, communication, and collaboration experience.
In this video, Dr. Jim talks about how these Maple trees have to get ready for winter by managing their internal functionality. He knows this because he has asked the trees about their health. He uses the methods he created -- BioBalia Nature InterPlay™ -- to interact with them and to help them take the inner steps in their functionality to be efficient and effective in getting ready for winter.
He goes on to highlight the Catalpa tree's issues with blocked circulation. Again, his BioBalia Nature InterPlay consciousness-based healing methods help the Catalpa to store more food in the roots so it can survive the winter and to get food into its leaf-buds for next Spring.
Climate extremes protections are a new innovation for the trees. These "Protections" are botanically, scientifically, and physiologically correct, detailed, and only work during mindful interaction with trees' and plants' goals and consciousnesses. Climate Extremes Protections help these trees with unseasonable temperature swings, excess wind and ice.
At the end of the video, learn a little bit about BioBalia Nature InterPlay.