Could what's under your home be the cause of your health problems?
Do you suffer from chronic health problems?
Do you pick up every little bug going around?
Do you suffer from problems such as fatigue, headaches or depression?
Do you wake up tired?
Do you feel better when you’re away from home?
What difference would it make to your life if you felt healthy, happy and creative?
Have you tried everything you know to make improvements?
Maybe you should look elsewhere. Maybe you should look down.
The term ‘Geopathic Stress’ is used to describe areas of the land where the earth’s electromagnetic field is disrupted and so vibrates at a different frequency.
You might ask what that has to do with your employees. Well, quite a lot if you employ humans!
Throughout our evolution we humans have learnt to live in harmony with the earth and our electrical bodies resonate. So, if that frequency is disrupted through such things as underground water, fault lines or caverns it has an effect on us if we are stood or sat over it for any length of time. The effect can be individual and also quite subtle.
In the early twentieth century one of the first serious studies on geopathic stress was carried out by German scientist Gustav Freiherr Von Pohl. The study involved the houses of 58 people who had died from cancer and concluded that all had been sleeping over an area of geopathic stress. We sleep for an average of 7 to 8 hours a day. The same amount of time that we may be sat at a desk in an office. Therefore it’s reasonable to assume that working in an area of geopathic stress can be just as detrimental to our health as sleeping in an area of geopathic stress.
Since then many studies have been carried out and, in certain countries, buildings are not allowed to be erected unless the area has been dowsed for geopathic stress. Unfortunately this doesn’t happen in the UK.
So why does geopathic stress affect us in this way? Because our bodies work optimally when we resonate with the earth’s natural vibrations, any distortion will distort the way our bodies work. And when you think about it, any ‘dis-ease’ is really a manifestation that our bodies are not working properly.
These changes can affect how our brain works and communicates with our nervous system, our thought processes and they can overload our immune system. However, everybody exposed to geopathic stress will react differently and there are many other factors to consider such as natural constitution and lifestyle.
What geopathic stress tends to do is tip the balance or stack the odds against health. It also has a cumulative effect so the more time spent in a geopathically stressed area and the frequency increases, the more the balance is tipped towards ill health.
Cancer has been mentioned but there are other ways it can affect such as: poor sleep; headaches; depression and mood swings; fertility problems and miscarriages and behavioural problems. So, it’s well worth checking your office or work location for geopathic stress because there are solutions available.
I’ll ask you again. What difference would it make to your life if everyone who worked for you was healthy, happy and creative?
Maybe you should have a geopathic stress survey and find out?
Jackie Notman is a copywriter, feng shui consultant and e-commerce retailer. This article is from her blog ‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an eclectic mix of articles and information.
This Feng Shui information is general for everybody. However, there are deeper levels of Feng Shui which take into account you and your specific business or home environment.
If you would like to find out more about living in harmony with your environment, and using energy to your advantage, contact Jackie Notman on 07920 461574 or through her website www.fs168.co.uk
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