2013 Roses and Disease Organisms, EcoPeace Treaty Success
Typically, there are two diseases which roses get: Black Spot and Powdery Mildew. Most people thing that diseases are bad and should be eradicated. No one has tried to find out whether these diseases might be doing some good because the prevailing attitude in the culture is this: “Let’s kill it if we don’t like it.”
An EcoPeace Treaty shows that 2 organisms that are usually at odds with each other–like rose bushes and disease organisms–can live together. They can co-exist, each living in dynamic balance with the other.
Why an EcoPeace Treaty?
EcoPeace Treaties are based on the idea that Nature has its own wisdom and all living Beings can co-exist. It is also based on… … the idea that non-human organisms have their own ways of communicating–mostly through bioenergy interactions.
In this EcoPeace Treaty, three organisms–roses and diseases and insects–have come to their agreement. Each knows what they need to live and thrive. Each wants the other to thrive because that is balance in Nature. This agreement exists within the context of an ecosystem that is highly interconnected. In other words, all of the ecosystem members need to be connected and intercommunicating with each other. When that happens, the two organisms of the EcoPeace Treaty can live in dynamic balance.
The EcoPeace Treaty is triangular because people are always a part of the agreement. People need to support BOTH organisms, and they are supported by both organisms. There is something in this agreement for everyone. All benefit.
August 7, 2013
By this point in the season, most hybrid roses that do not have a chemical spray routine usually have lost a lot of leaves.
But, these rose bushes on this property were part of an EcoPeace Treaty. Since they made their own agreement (facilitated in intuition and conscious intentionality) by Dr. Jim Conroy, these roses show the result of the agreement. They show approximately 20% of their leaves being used by the diseases for their lives. The insects took much less than 10%.
In an EcoPeace Treaty, all of the members of the ecosystem have re-established their bioenergy communication lines. They are interacting in unison and toward the goal of mutual thriving.
In an EcoPeace Treaty situation, the organism that is normally unwanted by people enjoys respect. The organism lives; the people don’t try to kill it. When an EcoPeace Treaty is in effect, the organism’s survival is not threatened, so we believe that those organisms don’t experience the need to over-reproduce. Thus, they can live in dynamic balance with their hosts. Both thrive.
September 6, 2013
Even later in the season, rose bushes usually have a second flush of blossoms if they are sufficiently healthy. On this property, the EcoPeace was still in effect, the rose bushes were healthy enough to continue to bloom. The incidence of disease was within the 20% of the EcoPeace Treaty agreement.
October 17, 2013
By October, roses are usually really winding down. But these healthy roses in good relationship with the disease organisms are still going strong.