Earthing, not Earthling!

Posted: October 28, 2013 in Uncategorized
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Just finished a book by Ober, Sinatra and Zucker entitled, Earthing: The most important health discovery yet (Basic Health, 2010). I received the book as a gift, a thank you from a woman in her 90s from a book study I attended. She enthusiastically endorsed it and, as a thank you for my presentation, sent me a complimentary copy.

The thesis is simple: We’ve become separated from the natural source of our healing, the earth, and reuniting with it will create well-being, healing and increased vitality. Why? Because the energy field of the earth syncs with ours and restores much to its right frequency. How do you do this? By removing the barriers between you and contact with the earth.

Insulators would include anything we use to insulate against electron shock – like rubber or wood. That means most of the soles of our shoes, no longer leather but most usually made of some artificial petroleum material. Walking barefoot on the ground is about the best thing you can do. Up through the ground comes the energy into your highly sensitive millennia-in-the-making feet. Also, any contact of skin against the earth’s skin can only be good.

Sleeping is another matter. Sleeping “grounded” on a conducting pad that is connected to an earth stake protects against random electrons and resets our own field with that of the earth’s field.

Earthing is a very interesting book and its premises are well supported by some good studies. By the end I was rethinking everything from walking on the beach to foot rubs to “take off your shoes you are on holy ground.”

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