Book Excerpts

The Perelandra Garden Workbook (2012)
The Perelandra garden thrives because of a new approach taught to me by nature. What I'm going to describe to you does not fit comfortably into the recognized notions of tradition, logic or even sanity. In fact, it tends to thumb its nose at all three, especially sanity. Be that as it may, it works. And that's what drives conventional gardeners a little nuts. It's also what will drive you a little nuts. Everything you know that has gone into establishing your sense of order, stability and balance, namely logic — in gardening, farming, ranching, landscaping, forestry, lawn management, pond management and in every other area of your life — will be challenged. For you see, even though The Perelandra Garden Workbook is presented through the prism of the Perelandra garden, this gardening is a metaphor for the whole of life. As you change how you approach your garden, you will, in turn, change the very fabric of how you approach everything else in your life. . . .

The Perelandra Garden Workbook
Excerpt: The Equinox and Solstice Cycle

There are four annual dates that are especially linked with nature. They are fall equinox (around September 21st), winter solstice (around December 21st) spring equinox (around March 21st) and summer solstice (around June 21st). . . .

What is Nature Intelligence? (1 mb PDF)

A Garden As Defined by Nature


The Perelandra Essences:
A Revolution in Our Understanding and Approach to Illness and Health
(2011)
Sometimes the most dramatic and game-changing developments in science, medicine and life have as their foundation simplicity. . . .
The Perelandra Essences:
Chapter 8 Excerpt: Trauma and ETS Plus

Trauma within the human system occurs on all four PEMS levels when we experience a sudden and shocking situation or event. . . .


MAP: The Co-Creative White Brotherhood Medical Assistance Program
In 1982, my work expanded in ways that were both exhilarating and extremely challenging. Since 1976, I had been working exclusively with nature intelligence in research dedicated to developing a working partnership between humans and nature. But in 1982, I learned from nature that I could expand the research in a way that would link it directly into the activities of an organization called the "White Brotherhood." I also learned that this connection was beneficial to nature and to us, as well as to the White Brotherhood. So, I decided to do it . . .


Perelandra Microbial Balancing Program Manual: Revised and User Friendly
I love microbes. I love microbes because they make an honest person out of me. Their sheer strength and numbers require that I operate with the highest level of integrity that I can muster. In fact, this is one thing I love about nature. We can play games and fool ourselves about some things. And we can play games and fool others. We can even get away with this, if we're good enough. But we can't pull the wool over nature's "eyes." . . .


Behaving as if the God in All Life Mattered
It has been quite an eyeopening experience for me to read something I wrote sixteen years ago and to compare it with what I know about the subject today. When I first wrote Behaving as if the God in All Life Mattered in 1981, I poured my heart and soul into the project. When I finished writing, I couldn't imagine anything else I would have to say about the things in this book. Well, I am pleased to report that we really do continue to learn and grow. What a difference sixteen years can make! . . .


Dancing in the Shadows of the Moon
In 1982 I experienced the expansion that I describe in this book. Prior to that event, I did not have benefit of any information or understanding of the following concepts and terms. As I moved through the long process of integrating the expansion, I gained this knowledge. I feel that by becoming familiar with the terms before you read the story, you will be able to more fully absorb, understand and learn from my expansion experience as you read about it . . .


The Mount Shasta Mission
I said I'd make you go through this story knowing only what I knew at each step of the way. Well, this is your lucky day. I'm going to throw you a bunch of those bones that I promised and give you a break now. Prior to the Mt. Shasta Mission, there were key principles and concepts I didn't know or understand but were important to the mission. I'm not going to make you wait until the end of the book to give you that information . . .


Co-Creative Science:
A Revolution in Science Providing Real
Solutions for Today's Health & Environment

In order to understand co-creative science and what makes it unique, we need to understand nature in a deeper and more comprehensive way. This is because what makes co-creative science different from all other science is that it involves working with nature in a conscious and direct manner. Let me explain . . .


Perelandra Soil-less Garden Companion: Working in Partnership with Nature in Your Home, Job, Business, Art Project, Research and Profession
I have written the Perelandra Soil-less Garden Companion because, quite frankly, those who have been working for years with the Perelandra soil-less garden processes in conjunction with their projects threatened to hit me if I didn't write something. And, after sitting down and looking at what they were complaining about, I had to agree—much to my dismay—that they were absolutely right to complain and threaten me. This Companion is going to make life a lot easier for everyone . . .