Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Why Connecting With The Earth Is Good For Your health

We have only had electricity for around 150 years and even less time in our homes. For a long time electricity was pretty much confined to providing light but over time, with the advent of the consumer age, our homes have acquired increasing numbers of electrical appliances with exponential growth in the last 10 to 15 years.  We now live surrounded by electrical fields and are bombarded with energy from wireless devices, mobile phones etc.

We take electricity very much for granted and really only think about it when we get a bill. We rarely think about the impact of being immersed in electrical fields on our health.

We Are Electrical Beings

Human beings are a bundle of energy.  In the last hundred years or so we have lost something which is vital to our health and wellbeing: our connection to the Earth.  We now tend to wear rubber and plastic soled shoes  and live in highly insulating houses. We are rarely connected to the Earth. 

When we are connected to the Earth we experience a profound sense of wellbeing.  Think about how good you feel when you are on holiday for example when you probably spend lots of time barefoot and immersed in the sea.  There are physical and scientifically verifiable reasons why we feel better at such times.

Negatively Charged Free Electrons

Our planet is a huge reservoir of negatively charged free electrons.  Electrons with a negative charge sound as though they would be bad for human beings but the reverse is the case.  Damage to cells and DNA is caused by negatively charged free radicals which rampage around the body searching for a free electron.  When we are connected to the Earth through our bare feet or hands our bodies are able to discharge the postive charge which results from electron-deficient free radicals.

Electromagnetic Radiation

In addition to our disconnection from the Earth, which prevents the discharge of positive charges,  our environment is now jam packed with electromagnetic radiation from computers, mobile phones, television, radio, Wifi, Bluetooth, power lines and so on.  Electromagnetic radiation induces voltages in our bodies which disrupt the trilliions of sublte electrical communications which are vital to all our body's systems.  Grounding allows us to reduce these induced voltages.

Health Challenges in the Absence of Grounding

Without grounding many health impacts have been reported including:
  • Impaired immune function
  • Poor digestion
  • Poor sleeping patterns
  • Sluggish blood circulation
  • Slow recovery from physical activity
  • Inglammation
  • Stress, anxiety and irritability

My Experience

 I will post, in the next couple of days, the steps I have taken to reduce the impact of living an insulated life in the midst of electromagnetic radiation.

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