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Update: September 1, 2022

Nature Shift for Soil Balancing
Not just for springtime, and not just for gardeners!


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Did our recent message about fungi and climate change get you thinking differently about your soil? We sure hope so!

If that wasn't enough to get your gears turning about the rich life within healthy soil, this wisdom from nature given in The Perelandra Garden Workbook certainly will.

Severe weather events, drought, flood, pollution and man-made environmental damage, unchecked personal stress or stress from serious global events can all affect your soil.

To give your soil a balancing and stabilizing boost, use ETS for Soil. You can also use Essence of Perelandra (EoP) if you have it, but we're just going to focus on using ETS for Soil here.

The steps are quite easy. For those of you who do the monthly EoP Biodiversity Process, this process will be familiar.

It won't take long, and it'll have a positive impact beyond what you can see.


Steps for Applying ETS for Soil to Large Areas

For a potted plant or a garden patch, you would apply ETS for Soil directly following the instructions in the brochure.

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But for larger areas such as your yard, field, cropland, orchard, patch of woods on your land, the soil that holds the small pond on your property, your entire property — or even the land below your townhouse and the small area in front with the two shrubs and bit of mulch — you would do these five simple steps with nature to apply ETS for Soil. If you own or rent the land, then you can do this process for its soil.

1. Focus on the area to be treated with ETS for Soil. If the area has an identifying name — such as "north field" or "south garden" or "strawberry patch" or "front yard" or "back woods" — state this name and think of it while you are doing this process. You'll need to visualize or think about the entire area you are addressing and using the identifying name may make this focus easier for you. It is also helpful to sketch out the boundary of the field, the forest or the section of the orchard or vegetable garden you wish to address. The focus allows nature to connect you with the area in question.

2. Place 15 drops of ETS for Soil in a clean spoon and hold the spoon out in front of you. You will use the same number of drops no matter what makeup of soil or size of the area.

3. Say aloud, "I would like the essence of these drops to be shifted to the soil in ______________ (name of area)."

4. Hold the spoon out for 10 seconds. Nature will automatically shift the pattern from the ETS for Soil in the spoon to the area you are working with.

5. After 10 seconds, the shift will be complete. Wash the spoon. Do not try to save the remaining liquid because those drops cannot be used again.

That's it! Now watch for results.



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A Special Note for
Gut Gardeners and 2.0 Gardeners

You put a lot of effort into the care and preparation of your soil at the beginning of your garden season. But that's not the only time to think about and work with your soil. As your garden season begins to wind down, you can ask your nature partner what, if anything, needs to be done for your soil this fall. See pp. 223-225 of your Garden Workbook.


If you feel overwhelmed, get stuck or have questions about these instructions, call our Question Hot Line. We enjoy helping you through blocks, and keeping the steps manageable and simple.

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