The spinning core of molten iron miles beneath the surface of the Earth creates a dipole magnetic field, like a bar magnet.
The sun constantly gives off a solar wind, composed of high-energy atomic particles. These particles travel through space at great speed and crash into the outer layers of the Earth's magnetic field, compressing it until its energy matches that of the solar wind.
The energy of the sun distorts and perturbs this simple field into a unique structure known as the magnetosphere. The strength of the Earth's magnetic field averages about half a gauss.
The area of interaction between these two forces is called the bow-shock region.
The sun's magnetic field is organized into sectors, much like the segments of an orange. Alternate sectors have their fields directed inward and outward, so thatas the sun rotates, a slight change is produced as each sector boundary crosses the line connecting the sun with the Earth. The Earth rotates on a day-night cycle within this complex field.
The magnetosphere does not rotate but remains fixed in space, with one side always facing the sun. Because of this, any given spot on the surface of the Earth is in a constantly changing magnetic field.The daily rise and fall in the strength of this field causes biological rhythms.
Just like a battery in a car that keeps the engine running and the wheels turning, so, too, do the rhythmic pulsations of natural energyflowing through and emanating from the surface of the Earth keep the biology of life running in rhythm and balance—for everything that lives on the land or in the sea.
Magnetic storms appear to have a direct effect on the operations of the human brain. This interaction results in the generation of enormous electrical currents with billions of watts. It also results in the production of ionizing radiation and various electromagnetic waves.
Exposure to the ground provides an electrical “nutrient” in the form of electrons, and is a genuine missing link in the health equation, providing significant improvement—even total transformations—in health and vitality.
It remedies an electron deficiency to reduce inflammation—the common cause of disease.
It restores your body’s natural internal electrical stability and rhythms, which promote normal functioning of the cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, and immune systems.
The sole or plantar surface of the foot is richly covered with some 1,300 nerve endings per square inch. That’s more than is found on any other part of the body of comparable size.
The foot is the vital link between the person and the Earth. The paws of all animals are equally rich in nerve endings.
The Earth is covered with an electromagnetic layer. It’s this layer that creates the sensory response in our feet and in the paws of animals.
Every living thing, including human beings, draws energy from this field through its feet, paws, or roots.
The EMF energy of the earth is usually absorbed through the feet.There is a point on the sole near the upper center of the foot, through which it is specifically drawn up. (K1) Lying on the ground is also a way of recharging.
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.
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 are each a collection of dynamic electrical circuits. Trillions of cells constantly transmit and receive energy in the course of their programmed biochemical reactions.
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 electrical subsystems operating within your “biolectrical” body.
All of your movements, behaviors, and actions are energized by electricity.
Practically no one has the slightest notion of an electrical or energetic connection between their body and the Earth.
Nobody learns about it in school. So nobody knows that we have largely become disconnected and separated from the Earth.
In developed societies, in particular, we have essentially lost our electrical roots.
Our bare feet, with their rich network of nerve endings, rarely touch the ground. We wear insulating synthetic-soled shoes.
Most of us in the modern, industrialized world live disconnected from the Earth’s surface.
Think of a light bulb with a loose connection. The bulb flickers, shines weakly, or doesn’t light up at all.
Disconnected, the body is vulnerable and prone to dysfunction, inflammation-related disease, and accelerated aging.
The natural frequencies of the Earth are waves of energy caused by the motions of subatomic particles called free electrons. Nobody has ever seen an electron, but you can think of them in the setting of a beehive.
The bees, buzzing around the hive, are like electrons that move around the atomic nucleus in a “cloud” of energy. Electrons have a negative charge.
Electricity was only harnessed for industrial and residential use about 120 years ago or so. The electron itself was discovered only in 1897, so virtually throughout the human timeline nobody knew anything about electrons.
But there was plenty of knowledge over the eons of time that the ground held special healing energy and was a basic aspect of connectedness to Nature. The Earth was sacred.
Civilizations everywhere recognized and tuned in to the cycles of Nature for survival and health. They were aware of fundamental rhythms that regulate, for instance, sleep-wake cycles and maintenance of health.
And they knew that we functioned in coordination with the Earth’s cycles and rhythms. There was awareness of connectivity among the principles of Earth, life, and health.
Being grounded to Earth naturally protects the body’s delicate bioelectrical circuitry against static electrical charges and interference. It facilitates the reception of free electrons and the stabilizing electrical signals and energy of the Earth.
It refills and recharges your body with something you never knew you were missing … or needed.
Light produces life, and is stored in the cells or organisms, more precisely, in the DNA within its structured water and each nucleus.
All living cells of plants, animals, and human beings emit biophotons which cannot be seen by the naked eye, but can be measured by special equipment.
F. A. Popp, Ph.D. is a leader in the study of bio-photonic energy. Popp monitored and was able to confirm that living cells not only emit or radiate small bursts of light, they also absorb light.
His studies showed that healthy cells will store light longer than unhealthy cells. He also discovered that a healthy cell radiates coherent light, while a diseased cell radiates chaotic light.
Cells communicate by converting biophoton signals (light) into electromagnetic oscillations (electricity) of resonant frequencies. Bio-chemical messengers carry these specific frequency signatures between cell structures.