How EcoPeace Treaties support the idea of Live and Let Live.

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Consider Something Different to Help Ash Trees

Is killing the answer?

With the Ash Trees and the Emerald Ash Borer it hasn’t worked yet.

This insect was a hitch-hiker from Asia, probably in some lumber.  It came into the Great Lakes and began spreading through Michigan to the east.  In just about 15 years, it’s found it’s way into New England states, and even to Colorado.  How could a little, tiny insect get that far?  In firewood.  People have moved firewood and spread the Emerald Ash Borer from town to town.

It is being blamed for the death of millions of Ash trees.  But what most people don’t know is that Read more…

How EcoPeace Treaties support the idea of Live and Let Live.

Telesummit Interview on Healing Earth, Healing Self

HealingEarthHealingSelf 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 for no charge.

However, we highly recommend clicking on the link below because the whole telesummit is still available on her website.HEHS Recordings Available

How EcoPeace Treaties support the idea of Live and Let Live.

How EcoPeace Treaties Will Restore Natural Processes with Ash Trees

We feel that our EcoPeace Treaty approach will eventually result in the restoration of natural processes.  The first steps of the Cooperative BioBalance® and EcoPeace Treaty® techniques are to use intentional consciousness practices to improve the health of trees and to bioenergetically reconnect the ecosystem members.

When a tree becomes stressed or sick, it naturally attracts insects.

For example, healthier Ash trees are less likely to attract the insects.  Therefore, the insects will go to trees that are already in decline.  That is called “natural attrition”, and is a normal process in Nature.

When the trees and insects are bioenergetically interconnected and have forged their own EcoPeace Treaty, then the trees will regain their health and the insects won’t kill their food source.  When no longer threatened, the insects also do not have to over-reproduce in order to protect their survive.  All living Beings want to live.

Thus, an EcoPeace Treaty is the philosophy of LIVE AND LET LIVE in practice.

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How EcoPeace Treaties support the idea of Live and Let Live.

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Backyard Gardener Wants an EcoPeace Treaty

Victoria has used her small back yard to grow food and beauty in an urban setting.  She has a raised bed vegetable garden, fruit trees, a container garden, flowering hedges, and a tiny bit of poison ivy.

She wanted Dr. Jim Conroy, The Tree Whisperer’s® help with it–not getting rid of it–by making an EcoPeace Treaty. Luckily, she is not allergic to it. She believes that all living Beings, even including poison ivy, have a right to live. Read more…

How EcoPeace Treaties support the idea of Live and Let Live.

EcoPeace Treaties Explained! New Book-Live and Let Live: How Multidimensional Collaboration Heals Ecosystems

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This new book shows the development and implementation of EcoPeace Treaties.  Research into their development started in 2005 with CoExistence Technologies.  The first formal EcoPeace Treaty was implemented in 2011.

EcoPeace Treaties are illuminated in detail, complete with extensive diagrams and photos of results.

You’ll see how… Read more…

How EcoPeace Treaties support the idea of Live and Let Live.

New Book, Live and Let Live, to be About EcoPeace Treaties

Dr. Jim Conroy and Ms. Basia Alexander are dedicating this winter to writing their newest book, Live and Let Live: How Multidimensional Collaboration Heals EcoSystesms.

It will be an authoritative and practical must-have tool for… Read more…

How EcoPeace Treaties support the idea of Live and Let Live.

PLEASE CLICK TO SEE SLIDE SHOW. . . . To continue keeping her end of the agreement to support the deer, during a December 21st seasonal ceremony, the director asked participants to put corn on the snow at the forests’ edge for the deer.
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To continue keeping her end of the agreement to support the deer, during a December 21st seasonal ceremony, the director asked participants to put corn on the snow at the forests’ edge for the deer.
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Deer tracks in snow, corn scattered
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Deer tracks in the forest.
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Deer tracks in the forest.
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No deer tracks in the orchard area of the demonstration gardens which were still flagged. .
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No deer tracks in the orchard area of the demonstration gardens which were still flagged.
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2013 Deer Respected at Solstice Ceremony

The director of the EcoLiteracy Center where we are doing the EcoPeace Treaty research project with the deer included them in her seasonal ceremony.

To continue keeping her end of the agreement to support the deer, during a December 21st seasonal ceremony, the director asked participants to put corn on the snow at the forests’ edge for the deer.

Tracks in the snow showed where deer were moving in forested areas, but no tracks were found around the demonstration gardens or the orchard. Even when no foliage was growing, the deer were heeding the agreements of the EcoPeace Treaty.

How EcoPeace Treaties support the idea of Live and Let Live.

2013 Video: Dr. Jim Conroy talks about working with the Deer

Dr. Jim Conroy talks about the EcoPeace Treaty between the deer, the demonstration vegetable gardens at the EcoLiteracy Center, and the people who are responsible for the land.

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