Thursday, May 15, 2014

The skin of our bodies touching the skin of the earth

Everything feels new again! Spring --- Greenery returning to the earth, birds singing, flowers blooming, the feeling of warm air on the skin. Have you guys ever wondered why being outside, especially after a long cold winter, makes us feel alive again? Longer days, the sun beaming down on your face, the earth coming alive...don't you just love it??

The Earth in all her magnificence has the power to restore us to a more vibrant and alive state of being, seriously this is such an excellent thing to get hip to.   


Throughout history, over hundreds and thousands of years, us humans have sat, stood, strolled and slept upon the ground - with the skin of our bodies touching the skin of the earth.


In a relative blink of an eye, modern trends have severed us from this primordial earth-charge. The earth delivers subtle energy into our bodies that is essential for thriving. Electrons, which are found in abundance upon the surface of the earth, can be disrupted within our bodies through the constant electrical currents we are bathed in while being inside our homes and offices (all of our dwellings are rigged for electricity that is emanating from behind every wall in every building we are in) 

A disrupted electron is the beginning of the inflammation cycle in human bodies. Inflammation is caused in part by "free radical" activity accumulating on a molecular level within the body. The earth's subtle energy replaces electrons  - thereby interrupting the inflammation cycle. 

In fact electrons are the neutralizing power of antioxidants. We hear a lot of talk these days about antioxidants. (literally they are the "cure" for "oxidation" or in other words "anti-oxidants.")  Antioxidants neutralize a host of destructive processes on a molecular level, that occur within our bodies as we age. There are other ways to heal oxidation but being on the earth is free, enjoyable and accessible so I figure this is a good place to start.

Earth bound contact serves as a conduit for transferring the earth's natural subtle energy into our bodies to rid us of the noise and static that bombards us every day.  


SO.....how much time have you spent bare skinned on the earth this week??

Go ahead---- get out there!!

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