Compiler’s Note: Occasionally I’ll post some content related to “healing” here on Pondercentral, and I am doing exactly that today. I read this book early this year and really feel that the concepts espoused by the author(s) make incredible sense. I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in the concept of alternative healing.
“Throughout history, humans have strolled, sat, stood, and slept on the ground – the skin of their bodies touching the skin of the Earth – oblivious to the fact that such simple contact transfers a natural electrical signal to the body. Only recently has the knowledge and significance of this connection been explored and explained by scientific experts in geophysics, bio-physics, electrical engineering, electrophysiology, and medicine. From them, we are leaning that the Earth’s electrical energy maintains the order of our own bodily frequencies just as a conductor controls the coherence and cadence of an orchestra.
We all live and function electrically on an electrical planet. We are each of us a collection of dynamic electrical circuits. In the living matrix of our complex bodies, trillions of cells constantly transmit and receive energy in the course of their programmed biochemical reactions. Think of them as microscopic electronic machines. The movement of nutrients and water into the cells is regulated by electric fields, and each type of cell has a frequency range in which it operates. Your heart, brain, nervous system, muscles and immune system are prime examples of electrical subsystems operating within your “bioelectrical” body. The fact is, all of your movements, behaviors, and actions are energized by electricity…
Most of us in the modern, industrialized world live disconnected from the Earth’s surface. Although it is not something you probably have ever thought about, you may be suffering needlessly because of this disconnect. And you may be suffering severely, and in more ways than you could ever imagine…Disconnected, the body seems vulnerable and prone to dysfunction, inflammation-related disease, and accelerated aging – a startling theory just beginning to gather scientific momentum.”
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