Archive for August, 2010
We are surrounded by an often overlooked form of pollution that comes from the technologies most of us just can’t live without. This Devil in disguise is “Electromagnetic Pollution”. We now live in a sea of unseen electromagnetic frequencies that did not exist some 70 to 80 years ago such as computers, color TV’s, microwave ovens, radio towers, and cellular phones. Many electrical appliances that we use daily generate fairly intense electromagnetic fields that pulse at 60 cycles per second, a frequency that may subtly influence the health of human cells. There are a number of studies that point toward an increased incidence of certain cancers in individuals who are chronically exposed to high-intensity electromagnetic fields. Nutritional, chemical and even electromagnetic stress are just a few of the recognized sources for potential blockages to the normal flow of energy in the human energy system. In addition to these more obvious chemical and electromagnetic stress factors, there is a subtle type of energy disturbance associated with certain geographic regions that also has the potential to exacerbate human dis-ease. Abnormal magnetic fields that are produced by underground streams, tectonic-plate stresses along fault lines in the earth, underground crystalline deposits and other less understood factors may all contribute to the phenomenon of ‘geopathic stress’. Most people are unaware of this type of invisible energy pollution. This type of energetic stress affects living systems and seems to come from abnormal energy fields produced by the earth itself. Where a person lives, works, and sleeps may be a more powerful factor in illness causation than previously suspected. This type of of energy stress can be identified and neutralized to varying degrees using certain types of detectors and special devices. Some individuals who are adept at the art of dowsing can detect geopathic stress with great success.
The idea that a person’s environment could be capable of producing energetic effects on health and well-being is actually a very old concept known as feng shui. Feng Shui, an ancient Chinese art of geomancy, is based on an appreciation of the natural flow of ch’i and vital energy through the environment. Feng Shui masters are consulted for their knowledge of enhancing the natural flow of environmental ch’i throughout homes and offices which is said to enhance ‘good earth energy’ as opposed to the energetic stagnation and illness, promoting health and prosperity.