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ETS for Soil-less Gardens is quite an interesting breakthrough for those who are working with nature to create any soil-less garden or project. To be honest, it is an extraordinary tool that needs to be used in order for its results to be believed. It is simple, it is powerful and it operates beyond our reason or logic.

A soil-less garden can be your job; any of the creative arts; your home and family; a business during the development, building and maintenance stages; large and small building projects; a classroom for both teacher and student; a research project; a report or paper . . . It can also be a personal goal such as putting together a wedding or anniversary celebration, an important gathering, buying a home, getting the best mortgage for that home, and figuring out the best thing to do to assist a spouse, child or other loved one in need. For example, your project may be what you can do to help a spouse or child with drug problems. This is a project with a goal. Everything pertaining to that goal needs strong order, organization and the correct life vitality. And it can all be greatly assisted, clarified, balanced and strengthened with ETS for Soil-less Gardens.

Nature defines "form" as a reality where there is order, organization and life vitality (action) combined with a state of consciousness. In a soil-less garden, the project we are working with must have order, organization and life vitality in order to exist. We humans supply one half of the consciousness by giving a project its definition, direction and purpose or goals. Nature intelligence supplies the other half of a project's consciousness by supplying all the matter, means and action that are needed to meet the project's goals. Every activity, element, structure, idea and thought must, by definition, contain order, organization and life vitality. Projects — whether personal or professional — with all their activity, elements and structures are as alive as any garden growing in soil.

ETS for Soil-less Gardens was specially created by nature to repair, balance and strengthen the order, organization and life vitality of the many areas and elements that make up a soil-less garden. In other words, this ETS is like a balancing and strengthening tonic for your project. You can approach your project with ETS in two ways:

  1. It can be used to establish and maintain overall general balance throughout the project's development and operation.
  2. And it can be used to establish balance, clarity and strength for any specific problem areas from a project's inception and throughout its development and operation.

By using ETS for Soil-less Gardens to monitor, repair and maintain balance, clarity and strength, our personal and professional projects will develop and function with greater clarity and ease. In short, by using ETS for a project, you can eliminate problems or blocks and the resulting hair-pulling frustrations that can occur while trying to get a project up and keep it operating successfully. In their place you will experience an amazing, exciting adventure as you and nature work together to create something that fully reflects your definition, direction and purpose for each project.

 

Different Ways for Using ETS for Soil-less Gardens

  1. You may test for ETS when you activate a new soil-less garden. (Process A or B — processes follow.)
  2. You may maintain overall balance for your project as it moves through its many stages by doing a general balancing with ETS. (Process A or B)
  3. You may address specific problem areas and blocks that come up by doing a general balancing combined with a soil-less garden telegraph test for that particular issue. (Process A only)
  4. You may monitor and address the order, organization and life vitality balance within the project's different departments or separate stages of activity as you move through the tricky development stages. (Process A or B)
  5. Once up and operating, you may use ETS to monitor and balance your project on a regular basis by doing a general balancing every two weeks or monthly. (Process A or B)
  6. If your project involves sending printed material out, you may balance that material just prior to its going to the post office. This will adjust any problems in the order, organization and life vitality aspects of the material that occurred during the paper production and printing processes. As a result, your customers and clients will respond more easily to the intent and goals of your material. Why? Because the balanced object they are holding in their hands will put them at ease and this will give them the desire to read what's on the paper. (Process A or B)
  7. You can use the ETS and its process for monitoring and maintaining the working balance of machinery, tools, electronic equipment, etc. These items all have order, organization and life vitality. Wherever the three elements exist, ETS for Soil-less Gardens can be used. (Process A or B)
  8. If you use the processes in the Soil-less Garden Companion, this ETS is tested as part of the balancing and stabilizing. (Process A only)

 

How to Use ETS for Soil-less Gardens
If you are using the Perelandra processes to work consciously with nature in a soil-less garden, you will understand the steps in Process A. However, if you are not consciously working a soil-less garden and don't use PKTT (Perelandra Kinesiology Testing Technique), but still wish to use ETS for your project, see Process B.

PROCESS A*
For those working consciously with nature in a soil-less garden project

  1. Open the coning for your project.
  2. Ask: "Does this project need ETS for Soil-less Gardens?" (Test.)
  3. If the result is negative, the project's balance is fine as far as ETS is concerned. You may end the session by closing the coning. Or you can keep the coning open for any other work you wish to do with nature for your soil-less garden.
  4. For general balancing: If the test result is positive, set up to do a general balancing of the project. Ask: "For a general balancing, does the project's order need ETS?" (Test.)
    If positive, write "order" on a piece of paper under the heading "General Balancing."
    Then ask: "Does the project's organization need ETS?" (Test.)
    If positive, write "organization" on the paper under the same heading.
    Finally, ask: "Does the project's life vitality need ETS?" (Test.)
    If positive, add "life vitality" to the list.
  5. Ask: "Do I test this list as a unit?" (Test.)
    5A. Test and treat as a unit: If positive, you are to test and treat whatever is listed under "General Balancing" as a single unit and you will need to do only one test for finding out how many drops of ETS are needed and only one application of those drops.
    Ask: "How many drops are needed for this list?" Then do a sequential test to determine thenumber of drops needed. Record this information below the list.
    Place the correct number of drops of ETS for Soil-less Gardens in a clean spoon. You will release them to your project by using an n.s. application or Pan shift. To do this, ask Pan to shift the ETS in the spoon to whatever is listed under "General Balancing." Wait 10 seconds for the shift to complete. Then move on to step 6.

    5B. Test and treat separately: If your test result was negative to the question "Do I test this list as a unit?" then you are to test and treat the elements — order, organization and life vitality — on your list separately. For this you are to find out how many drops of ETS are needed and do an n.s. application for each element. For example, if order needs ETS, find out how many drops are to be released. Then release them to the project's order using an n.s. application. Repeat this process for whatever else is listed under "General Balancing."
  6. Once the general balancing is completed, you may end the session by closing the coning or you can keep the coning open for any other work you wish to do with nature for your soil-less garden. And you may also continue on with the ETS work by doing a telegraph test for any specific areas of the project that need special ETS attention (see below). The general balancing treats the project as an overall, cohesive, woven unit. For full balance and strength, you may need to telegraph test ETS to address the order, organization and life vitality of a specific weak or problem area(s). Telegraph testing allows you to address your project with pin-point accuracy.

For telegraph testing ETS for Soil-less Gardens

  1. If you already know where the weak or problem areas are, list these on the paper under "Specific Areas for Balancing."
    Then check to make sure there aren't any "mystery" (Factor X) areas that you are not aware ofthat also need ETS. Ask, "Does this project have any other specific weak or problem areas that need ETS?" (Test.)
  2. If you are not sure if your project has any weak areas, you may check by asking, "Does this project have any specific weak or problem areas that need ETS?" (Test.)
    If your response is positive, and there are specific areas within your project that need individual ETS attention but you don't know what those areas are, list the first area as "X." Then ask,"Is there another area?" (Test.) If positive, list the second area as "Y." Repeat this and continue to assign a letter to each mystery area until you have tested negative to the question, "Is there another area?"
    Turn your focus to the first problem area on your list and do steps 4 and 5 (plus 5A or 5B) listed above. You do not need to test for order in which to address the weak or problem areas.
    Once you have released the needed drops of ETS for the first problem area, continue on with the next area on the list and do steps 4 and 5 (plus 5A or 5B) again. Continue this process for each area on your list.
    When all the testing is completed, you may close the coning to end the session or continue on with a regular soil-less garden session with nature.

PROCESS B
For those who wish to use ETS for a project but do not have it set up as a conscious soil-less garden and do not know how to test


We have modified the ETS for Soil-less Gardens process so that your project may also receive some of its benefits. Understand that by using ETS in this more generic manner, you will be addressing the general balancing only. You will not be able to specifically discern if order, organization or life vitality are in need, so you will always treat them as a full unit. This means you will automatically release ETS to your project's order, organization and life vitality. The steps of your process are simplified as follows:

  1. Focus your attention on your project. You don't have to think about the specifics. Just think about the overall project and its goals. And if it has a name or title, include this in your focus.
  2. Place 11 drops of ETS for Soil-less Gardens in a spoon. (The number of drops will always remain the same for any ETS work you do with any project.) Hold the spoon out in front of you and say, "I ask that these drops be released to the order, organization and life vitality of my project."
  3. Wait 10 seconds for the release to complete. And that's it.

You will definitely experience and see results from this and your project will benefit in clear and discernable ways. It will soften and become easier to successfully develop and maintain. However, you won't be able to work as deeply with the project as those who know how to test a soil-less garden.

Contents
Perelandra ETS for Soil-less Gardens has been created by nature from a combination of electrical infusions from 122 different plants, minerals, natural gases and elements found in the sea, atmosphere and on land. During the production process, Machaelle works with nature to combine the components needed. In the first phase of the process, nature restores each element back to its original state of balance, thus eliminating any damage that has been caused by environmental breakdown and human interference. This allows ETS for Soil-less Gardens to be made with balanced and "clean" ingredients. And it enables the elements to release their original balancing properties to ETS for Soil-less Gardens when applied. In the next phase of the production process, the balanced electrical patterns for each of these elements are combined. The somewhat explosive result is a completely new, single, complex electrical pattern that has as its foundation the patterns from all the elements required for the ETS for Soil-less Gardens.

ETS for Soil-less Gardens electrical patterns are then released to and stabilized in water. It is preserved in brandy or distilled white vinegar. It is a natural product.

If none of this makes sense to you, just remember that you probably don't understand how your microwave or television works, yet you can use them quite successfully. With ETS for Soil-less Gardens, you may not understand how this thing is produced but, like the microwave, you can still use it successfully and with excellent results.

We can't say how long a 2-ounce bottle will last because it depends on how often the person is consciously working with a soil-less garden and how much interference and disturbance that project is experiencing.

View the instructional brochure online, click here.

 

Bottle Sizes

Dram (1/8-oz.) = appr. 75 drops

1/2-oz. = approx. 300 drops

2-oz. = approx. 1200 drops


Perelandra Essences

    • A dram essences set usually lasts one person about one year.

    • A 1/2-oz. essences set often lasts many years (see notes about droppers below).

  • You may go through a few essences more quickly and can order 1/2-oz. individual replacement essences that will refill your dram bottle 4 times.

 

Perelandra Solutions

    • A 2-oz. MBP Balancing Solution lasts about 3 to 6 months (1/2-oz. about 3 to 6 weeks), depending on if you're taking the Solutions once or twice daily.

    • A 2-oz. Seasonal Balancing Solution is usually 10 or 12 drops per dose and lasts about 2 to 4 months (1/2-oz. about 2 to 4 weeks) depending on if you're taking the Solution once or twice daily.

    • A 2-oz. bottle of Natural Aging should last one person about 3 months.

  • A 2-oz. bottle of any of the other Perelandra Solutions usually last about 1 to 3 months.

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Preservative Options
If you are sensitive to brandy, you may order your Essences or Solutions preserved in distilled white vinegar. The prices are the same.

Whether preserved in brandy or distilled white vinegar, the Essences and Solutions are equally as potent and effective.

Essences and Solutions preserved in vinegar will freeze if left long enough in frigid temperatures. If frozen, they lose 20% of their efficacy and should be replaced.

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Essences & Solutions Guarantee
The Perelandra Essences, MBP Solutions, Essence of Perelandra, Natural Aging and ETS Plus are natural and will not interfere with any medications you may be taking. However, they are not a substitute for needed medical care.

We guarantee the integrity and potency of the Perelandra Essences and Perelandra Solutions. They have an indefinite shelf-life and we preserve them in a brandy or vinegar base to ensure that shelf-life. Sometimes, after a period of time, the rubber bulb on the dropper may show signs of deterioration — softening, collapsing, cracking. When this occurs, we recommend you replace your droppers. To facilitate this, we offer packages of replacement droppers. Of course, we can't guarantee against mishaps that occur due to "user carelessness," such as replacing a dropper before washing it off after it has touched your mouth or having several bottles open at one time and forgetting which dropper went into which bottle. But we certainly back the integrity of the essences in the areas that we here at Perelandra can control.

SUGGESTION: We recommend storing your sets of essences with the bottles standing upright. This keeps the essence from coming in contact with the rubber dropper bulb and eliminates the rubber taste the essences can get over time. For convenient, easy essences testing and upright storage, use our new Essences Testing Box for dram-size (1/8-oz.) essences.

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by BONNIE
on 3/28/2011
Makes Soilless Gardens easier to manage
Once upon a time, in the olden days, we had to test for every flower essence in every coning. Now that ETS Plus for Soil-less Gardens exists, life is much simpler! When I'm in a soil-less garden coning, I can feel the ETS Plus for Soil-less Gardens positively affecting the energetic structure of the coning and the elements involved. It certainly is an important part of the process.
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