4 Simple Principles to Natural gardening

4 Simple Principles to Natural gardening
4 Simple Principles to Natural gardening


The secret to our 4 connected products lies in 4 interwoven principles.

  • Metaphysical (quantum reality)
  • Nutrients
  • Micro-organisms
  • Soil Conditioning


Metaphysical – Quantum reality

The physical form is an extension of the energy body which contains information for physical manifestations and this is the nature of all living organisms, including soil micro-organisms.

Scientists have refined their understanding of physics and the seamless interplay of information between physical and etheric and have conceded to this property of nature.

The energy body should be maintained at a natural frequency of around 7.83 Hertz but most soils have lost their life force and resonate at a low frequency so we need to awaken them.



It is our vision for nature, gardens, and people to thrive with natural energies but nutrition has to fill the void before this is entirely possible.

Below is a standardized summary of nutritional elements.

Nitrogen (N) is the precursor to chlorophyll pigments in the leaf which contributes to photosynthesis which is the cornerstone to plant growth.

Phosphorous (P) stimulates root development which strengthens plants.

Potassium (K) manages the opening and closing of stomata to regulate the uptake of CO2 and facilitate chemical processes.

Carbon (C) captures the Sun’s photon particles and converts it into sugars making it a basic building block for organic life.

Calcium (Ca) regulates the flow of nutrients throughout the plant’s cells and into the roots.Magnesium (Mg) is as the central atom in a chlorophyll molecule and thus produces energy. 

Sulphur (S) binds soil aggregates so plants can draw nutrients from the soil.

Iron (Fe) binds to oxygen bringing life force into the plant.

Copper (Cu) metabolizes sugars and proteins to strengthen a plant.

Zinc (Zn) is a key component to proteins and enzymes and contributes to hormone production.

Cobalt (Co) is a component of a number of enzymes and increases plant resilience.

Manganese (Mn) is involved in pollen tube growth.

Chromium (Cr) regulates mineral metabolism, enzyme activity and other metabolic processes.

Molybdenum (Mo) helps converts unavailable Nitrogen to available Nitrogen.

Selenium (Se) counteracts stress and resists pests and diseases.

Boron (B) improves blossoming, fruit set and the formation of seed.

Micro organisms


Micro organisms are vital and without them your soil and garden cannot become vibrant. Here are 4 roles that micro organisms play.


Analysis of how a forest functions demonstrates how plants feed. Older trees, or mother trees, are taller and absorb more of the sun’s rays and so are able to produce more sugars that they share with their offspring.

This is made possible because of the connection that trees and micro organisms have with each other where the trees feed the microorganisms who then pass on the surplus to the tree saplings.

The micro organisms also return the favour by retrieving nutrients from the soil and sending these to the trees.

It is a sophisticated mutually beneficial symbiotic relationship.

Plant protect

Because the trees are a food and energy source for the micro organisms they will defend and protect the trees from invading pests.

The natural system of tree and microbial interconnectedness facilitates an effective communication system that even pre warns trees to activate their own chemical defences against pests.

This natural process guarantees a balanced predator pest relationship in the air and soil.

Soil Structure

Micro organisms also improve the structure of the soil by the “jellies slimes and pastes” that they create which glue soil particles together making the soil more crumby in nature.

Being of a crumby nature it allows air and water to penetrate the soil. Air has oxygen in it which is crucial in a vibrant soil, and water penetration and retention facilitates drought resilience.

A well structured soil also enables deep root penetration which produces healthy plants.

making rain

Some micro organisms also become the nucleus around which rain drops form and produce clouds. These are called rain making micro organisms, or bio-precipitation, and move in a Microbe water cycle from earth into the air.

To date we have understood rain to be created around mineral particles but bacteria, fungi and algae also serve this purpose.

Some pine trees have a beneficial fungus that co exists with the trees and deliberately send out spores from the trees canopy to make rain when the opportunity is conducive.

Soil conditioning


Well conditioned soil is the cornerstone of vibrant gardening and is achieved in four ways.

Keeping the soil covered with plants will ensure that roots feed the soil which increases the quantity of micro organisms.

Organic matter, such as a good compost, is converted into stable colloidal humus and mineral elements which slowly release nutrients over many years.

Micro organisms can be inoculated into the soil in various ways, the most common of which is scatter a super enlivened compost over the garden.

Water is the carrier of life and is required to activate many processes and then perpetuate the accumulative cycle. Improving the quality of ones water will amplify the effectiveness of the water.


After a short time of working with these principles we develop an intuitive understanding of nature and gardening becomes a pleasurable art that we enjoy as much as we benefit from it.

This is within the grasp of every one of us and is a birthright.

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