True stories about and from the people who protect trees. That could be you!

Marilyn: Gives and Receives Healing Energy with this Tree.

Marilyn, “I am always in awe of the mystery of Nature.  I like to learn from both linear and metaphysical sciences.  I believe that I listen to and respect Trees’ viewpoints, messages, and wisdom.”

“Here I am with my beloved giant Pitch Pine in Brattleboro, Vermont!  “This tree is a sentinel, a wise, “pass-through” tree that helps me communicate with all Living Beings in my yard.”

“When I’m stressed or ill, it also pours healing energy through me, precisely to the body areas most in need, leaving me replenished, balanced, and whole!”

“This tree is highly evolved and teaches me about other dimensions of consciousness and reality.  Thank you–beautiful Tree Being!”

Marilyn is a graduate of  the Tree Whispering® Workshop and a Tree Protector.  She speaks WITH Trees and speaks FOR Trees.

 

 

 

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Sally: Tree Protector in Action!

Sally, “Here I am stepping in front of a tree-cutting truck to stop them from cutting an 80-year old healthy ash tree without a permit at a church in West Orange, New Jersey.”

“I guess you could call me an upscale tree-hugger!  We humans need every tree standing for oxygen, solace and beauty”

“Trees are our lifeboats. I will do my share to protect them as they protect me.”

Sally owns Ecco Bella, a beauty-products company. Ecco Bella is inspired by compassion for all living beings to create products that beautify and protect people and the planet.

Sally is a graduate of  the Tree Whispering® Workshop and a Tree Protector.  She clearly  speaks FOR Trees that are in trouble.

 

 

True stories about and from the people who protect trees. That could be you!

This is all the soil this historic, old tree has to live in.
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Tree Protectors gather to help a distressed Oak tree living in the middle of the road.
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May, 2013. Tree Protectors facing the tree from the yard.
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June 13, 2014 Update! A year after the Tree Protectors met, the tree looks good.
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Updated 2014: Tree Protectors Help an Historic Tree in New Jersey

These Tree Protectors gathered on a chilly May morning in 2013 to help an historic Oak tree in New Jersey.   It’s location shall remain anonymous to protect it.

The Tree Protectors used Tree Whispering® intentional messages called Healing Whispers. They were guided by Dr. Jim Conroy, The Tree Whisperer® and Ms. Basia Alexander.  Basia lead a guided visualization exercise called “Stepping Inside the Tree’s World.”   For their safety, Dr. Jim Conroy and Basia Alexander lead the group from a wooded area across the street.

The tree’s importance is highlighted by the fact that when the town wanted to widen the nearby road, citizens petitioned and got the town to build the road AROUND the tree. With so little space for growth, the tree is not healthy.

UPDATE!!!!  June 19, 2014

A participant who lives locally too this photo of the tree the following June.  She was driving (we don’t recommend taking pictures while driving) so she only caught about half of the tree in her shot.  However, it looks great; fully leafed out!

 

True stories about and from the people who protect trees. That could be you!

Hurricane Sandy – 1 Year Later – Vera Whispered and Saved Her Beloved Trees

True stories about and from the people who protect trees. That could be you!

Hurricane Sandy – 1 Year Later – Carol in Denville

Carol in Denville, NJ, talks about how “nothing happened” around her home and the neighbors’ homes during and after Hurricane Sandy.

True stories about and from the people who protect trees. That could be you!

People Saving Their Trees in Hurricane Sandy – New Book

Thanks to all the TREE PROTECTOR people who sent their stories about saving their trees in Hurricane Sandy.

We – Dr. Jim Conroy and Ms. Basia Alexander – have assembled their words into this wonderful little book.

This book shows that intentional messages (such as the Storm Prep Whispers®) conveyed from the heart save trees and empower people.

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"As the owners of a tree service company for over thirty years, we can honestly say that we have never seen the trees as challenged as in Hurricane Sandy. ...

— Renae’s trees and her tree service company in northwest New Jersey after Hurricane Sandy

“Hundreds of  trees fell to the ground, and yet there were so many clients that had experiences that were life altering.

“One woman had our service to her home because a tree had removed the entire front porch area and a good portion of the front of the house.  Yet, she joyously announced that the tree had just missed falling onto the rooms of her two children.  She was very grateful.

“I think that we have learned to appreciate life in whole, and each other with a new passion and gratitude.

“None of our clients were injured,  just personal property might have been damaged.

“As I am also a fengshui master with 18 years of experience, I have come to understand that the element of wood or “tree” energy in this ancient art represents the areas of family and ancestors, as well as growth and abundance.

“Trees need balance, just like humans. They need to be rooted into the earth, fed and watered so they can grow strong, expand upwards and tall into their full bloom, and when their time has come, they surrender back into the earth to begin again.”

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Western NJ land after Hurricane Sandy

Deb explains: “In the days leading up to the storm, I had several whispering sessions with the big trees near my house. I put my hands on the trunks and spoke to them. I told them that a big storm was coming in a few days.

Deb continues, “I told them that it would be much easier for them to survive the storm if they dropped their leaves ASAP.

“I told them that during the storm they should hold on tight with their roots and to sway gracefully in the wind. I said that I cared about them. I asked the earth to support them. I told them to tell all their friends what I had told them.

“The storm was a traumatic experience. On Monday, I froze ice to keep the frig cold. I filled the tub with water. I filtered jugs of drinking water. I turned up the heat to get the house extra warm. I cooked food to have as leftovers.

“Twice during the day, the power went out and was restored. I phoned my sister in Cranbury, NJ. As we talked, one of her trees toppled. That was the second for her. Eventually she lost at least 40 trees. She had a terrible mess.  But I didn’t.

“My power went out about 8PM, and remained out until dinnertime on Nov 9. Monday night was awful, lying in the dark, hearing the roar of the wind, hearing small branches crash on the roof.

Deb's land had almost no damage.

Deb’s land had almost no damage.

“When the sun came up Tuesday morning, I looked out to see my little miracle. While there were small branches and debris everywhere, there was no major damage.

True stories about and from the people who protect trees. That could be you!

Tree Protectors Speak Out for West Orange, NJ Trees

Dr. Jim Conroy and Ms. Basia Alexander applaud the work of Sally and Kevin Malanga.  They have been fighting for the trees on a West Orange, NJ, property for years!

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The Zoning Board of West Orange, NJ, has been hearing public comments concerning the application for building by Seton Hall Prep.  They intend to cut down a substantial part of one of New Jersey’s remaining old forests  including many old and historic trees in order to build more sports fields.

Dr. Jim and Basia have been attending the board meetings.  They were impressed by the eloquent pleas from the young people of West Orange.  They saw the need to protect the environment which is their future.  They also pointed out that planting some new “replacement” trees never does replace big old historic trees.  They felt it was selfish to remove these many old and historic trees for the benefit of a few.

Many older residents of West Orange also spoke out for the trees.  Some who live next to the property are already experiencing flooding and other water problems from the work that has been done there already.

We believe that when the day is done, the trees will prevail!