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Discover the Simplicity And Health benefits of Earthing!

Updated: Dec 6, 2023




Spending time in nature, Remember running barefoot as a kid, playing outside all day?

Well like with most things these days now we have to diagnosis 'the feeling' here we go..

I feel a profound sense of connection beyond myself. This connection is rooted in the fascinating concept of "earthing" or "grounding," where physical contact with the Earth can positively impact our health by harnessing the abundance of free electrons. These free electrons serve as liberators, helping to neutralize natural free radicals in our bodies, ultimately promoting overall well-being. Free radicals are unmatched electrons , and when they accumulate, they can lead to oxidation and decreased energy. When we tap into the Earth's generous supply of electrons, which aids in pairing up free radicals, this supports our body's essential functions, including energy production, nerve signaling, and the construction of vital DNA and proteins. This harmonious interaction with the Earth truly resonates, blending the Art and Scienc of nature, for a healthier and more balanced life.


~The Earth as a Source of Electrons: The Earth's surface has a negative charge due to a virtually unlimited supply of free electrons. These electrons are constantly replenished by solar radiation, lightning, and the Earth's molten core.

~Humans as Conductive Beings: The human body is conductive, meaning it can transfer electrons. When you're in direct contact with the Earth (like walking barefoot on the ground), your body can absorb these electrons.


~Effects on Health: Proponents & Researching of earthing suggest that this electron transfer can neutralize free radicals in the body. Free radicals have an unpaired electron, which makes them chemically reactive and can lead to oxidative stress and cellular damage. By gaining electrons from the Earth, the body can stabilize these free radicals, reducing inflammation and potentially improving health.

~Reducing Inflammation: Chronic inflammation is linked to many health problems. The theory behind earthing is that the electrons from the Earth may help to reduce inflammation by neutralizing free radicals.

~Improving Sleep and Well-being: Some believe that earthing can help synchronize your body's internal clocks, hormonal cycles, and physiological rhythms, leading to improved sleep, pain relief, and a general sense of well-being.


Research suggests absorbing and connecting to the earths surface of free electrons pair with free radicals. Translated this simple process has been known to improve sleep, reduce stress, and enhance well-being by aligning the body with the Earth's natural rhythms.


Lets think about this natural phenomenom: being one with the flow with the energies of the earth

Find a quiet, comfortable spot to sit or lie down.



Find a Comfortable Position:

Close your eyes gently, and take a few deep breaths to relax.

IN through your Nose and audibly Out through your mouth

IN through your Nose and audibly Out through your mouth


Imagine that you're connected to the Earth, like your body is plugged into the ground.

Feel the Earth's energy flowing into you as you breathe in. Imagine it as a calming, soothing energy.

As you breathe out, release any stress, tension, or negativity down into the Earth, like letting go of heavy baggage.

Continue to breathe in this Earth energy, and exhale your worries into the ground.

With each breath, you become more grounded and peaceful.

Take a few more breaths in and out, feeling more relaxed and connected to the Earth.

When you're ready, slowly open your eyes, carrying this sense of calm and grounding with you into your day.

You can use this short meditation anytime you need to relax and reconnect with the Earth's soothing energy.


References:


  1. Oschman JL, Chevalier G, Brown R. The effects of grounding (earthing) on inflammation, the immune response, wound healing, and prevention and treatment of chronic inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. J Inflamm Res. 2015 Mar 24;8:83-96. doi: 10.2147/JIR.S69656. PMID: 25848315; PMCID: PMC4378297.





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