Books—Nature/ Deva Communication

First compiled, Dec. 2000. Edited April 2007, again Dec. 2013. Hotlinks in 2019. Please feel free to comment. • All reviews that are preceded by two ** and followed by two ** are taken from the publisher’s excerpts on the internet. • Publication dates are from the most recent copies I had read, mostly beforeContinue reading “Books—Nature/ Deva Communication”

Love and a Green Thumb

Many people complain–“I don’t have a green thumb. I can’t get anything to grow.” The charm and magic of a green thumb is cooperating with the intelligence in plants. Half is knowledge or information about the needs and cycles of plants. The other half is love. You can find information about your particular plants. IContinue reading “Love and a Green Thumb”

Talk with Your Garden

Update May 12, 2020: Private Garden Coaching and Tree Talking sessions are available remotely, by video. Private Garden Coaching sessions, in person, under social distancing guidelines are available locally in Portland, Oregon, by appointment. You can schedule here: Schedule Appointment Some of the Nature Communication skills you might gain or improve: Talk with trees CooperateContinue reading “Talk with Your Garden”

Restoring Plant GMO’s to Normal Genes

GMO‘s are a human made cancer. However, we can reverse GMO crop contamination in organic/ biodynamic gardens or farms with mindful presence, connection and communion with Nature.

Body Communication in Deva Communion

Every part of your being
Has intrinsic beauty, intelligence, and worth.
Connecting with it
Honoring and respecting it
Loving it without resistance, Following each process until it teaches you its purpose…brings you to radiance and health.

Win-Win Insect Communication

Respectful Communications & Insect Cooperation It is becoming generally accepted that organically grown plants produce more phytonutrients and anti-oxidants in response to stresses. For a plant, stresses include being nibbled by insects. As a defense, they then produce higher levels of cancer-fighting and heart-healthy protective compounds. A few insects are therefore our allies. We don’tContinue reading “Win-Win Insect Communication”