Posted: 4/21/15
Expanding PIC List Testing to Include
the Environment & Soil-less Gardens

by Machaelle Wright

PIC List testing may be expanded to address environmental issues (including health issues for herds and flocks) and problems or concerns that arise when working with soil-less gardens. By using the PIC List in these areas, we are able to provide the same high quality, comprehensive help that PIC units provide for human health issues.

Important: When working with PIC List focuses with environments or soil-less gardens, you must be the owner or the person in charge or have the conscious permission of this person before testing. To run around PIC testing properties or soil-less gardens that belong to someone else is unethical — and really rude. With this in mind, here's a list of focus ideas for PIC List testing:

Environmental Ideas

  • Raising the level of balance and stabilizing land areas such as your yard, garden and fields.

  • Preparing your vegetable garden for the planting season.

  • Providing strength and support for the garden during the growth and harvest season.

  • Addressing specific plant, insect and wildlife problems in your garden.

  • Addressing insect or wildlife imbalances that are counterproductive to your goals for that land.

  • Restoring your land that has been polluted, damaged or abused back to life and health.

  • Restoring balance to your lakes, ponds and their immediate surrounding soil.

  • Addressing health issues in your herds and flocks.

  • Providing additional strength and support to your herds and flocks during health-related outbreaks and unusual times of stress, such as preparing livestock and flocks for weening, transporting, sale or slaughter.

Soil-less Garden Ideas

  • General balancing, stabilizing and strengthening.

  • Breaking through blocks.

  • Bringing clarity and direction when confusion is all around.

  • Addressing specific problems and challenges that arise.

  • Shoring up stability and strength during times of change and growth for your soil-less garden.

  • Promoting calm during times of chaos.


The PIC List Testing Steps for Environment and Soil-less Gardens

1. Activate PIC as usual and follow the guidelines as given in the PIC Brochure, pp. 13-17 for testing the PIC List. The focus for the test is the environmental or soil-less garden issue you wish to address.

2. Test the ENTIRE PIC List, placing check marks next to anything that tests positive.

PIC List Nature Shift
Here's where you need to change your PIC approach a little. The challenge for environmental and soil-less garden PIC comes when it's time to administer the drops. For this you will be assisted by nature, which is already present as a result of activating PIC and is ready to help. You will also need a FLAT, clean, dry, non-porous surface like a flat- bottomed dinner plate or tray. (It doesn't matter what color the plate/tray is, or if it has a pattern.) It needs to be large enough to hold little "puddles" of each solution that tested positive on the List. The puddles need to remain separate from one another without running together. Hence the need for the flat and dry surface.

If you're planning to do a lot of this type of PIC list testing, we found an option that you might appreciate using instead of a plate. This might be especially helpful for farmers and ranchers who are working with PIC for their livestock, flocks and fields.
Mini Ice Cube Trays (Set of 2)

Place the plate or tray directly in front of you on a flat table surface. Be sure not to jiggle or move it around or you run the risk of the puddles running together.

3. For each bottle (including the Perelandra Essences) that tested positive, place the correct number of drops onto the plate creating one small puddle per Solution/Essence. Each puddle for each Perelandra Essence will consist of just one drop. (Essences cannot be combined for a PIC List Nature Shift.) Do this for each bottle, leaving about one inch or more between puddles so that they won't bleed into one another.

4. Direct your attention to PIC and nature and state (aloud):

I'd like to set up for a PIC List Nature Shift for __________.
(Insert the focus of the PIC List test.)

Then state (aloud):

The drops are ready for release.

5. Wait ten seconds while the shift occurs. Do not touch the plate or tray during this time.

6. The PIC List Nature Shift is now complete. Get the date for the Retest and record it on your chart.

You will be administering these unit drops twice daily. To do this, you will need to activate PIC and do steps 3 through 6 (the PIC List Nature Shift) each time, eliminating the check for a Retest in step 6. The original Retest still holds. Use the same dosage rhythm as set up for PIC List testing for humans, including not shifting any of the drops the day before a Retest is scheduled.

7. You may "visit" the Library to ask questions and receive insight about the patterns that were needed for that focus or you may set up for another PIC List test or you may de-activate PIC at this point and continue on with your day.

8. Once the shift is complete, the puddles are no longer needed. I recommend you wash the plate / tray right after the shift or after deactivating PIC so that it will be dry and ready to go for the next PIC List Nature Shift. You may use the same plate or tray for shifting the drops for different focuses. Just make sure you shift the drops for one focus, then wash the plate well and let it completely dry before you set up PIC for the next focus and shift.


PIC vs Workbook and Soil-less Garden Troubleshooting Charts
When addressing an issue, PIC List the problem first and go through all the needed Retests. If some elements of the problem or issue still exist at the completion of the PIC series, take that issue to the troubleshooting chart from the Workbook or the Perelandra Soil-less Garden Companion. Most of the time PIC will take care of the entire issue. However, sometimes you'll need to add specific processes for addressing the remaining problems that fall beyond the scope of PIC units.