It’s well known, thanks to the theories of Albert Einstein which have been abundantly verified by actual experiments, that we are electromagnetic beings. Just beneath the solid-seeming world of matter, everything in the cosmos is composed of energy.
Kirlian photographs reveal our physical bodies as entities coalesced around patterns of energetic vibrations. Remove a branch of a plant, and its energy pattern will still be visible for some time afterward in a Kirlian photo of the plant.
Our cells communicate through electromagnetic currents, and our bodies are renewed and stabilized and resonate with the natural electromagnetism of the earth.
Since the late 20th century, our airways have been flooded by electromagnetic smog. Our bodies are continuously exposed to disruptive frequencies from wireless devices, cell towers, antennas, and wi-fi hotspots.
Not only do these frequencies bombard us 24/7/365, but devices such as Smart Meters emit pulsed electromagnetic frequencies that have been shown to be more harmful to the body than steady radiation.
As the electro-smog thickens, it also sickens. And the effects are, unfortunately, cumulative and formidable.
Increasing numbers of people are falling ill with EHS (electromagnetic hypersensitivity symptoms). People living less than 300 meters from cell phone base station antennas exhibit statistically significant symptoms that include sleep disturbances, headaches, nausea, memory loss, and dizziness.
Cell phones kept in hip pockets decrease the bone density in that hip. Cell phones held to the head heat the brain and influence the rates at which the brain neurons fire.
And these findings are only the tip of the iceberg.
My intent is not merely to detail the problems, but to suggest that any meaningful 21st century detox program should include limiting our exposure to these harmful electromagnetic influences by simply avoiding them or employing effective methods to shield ourselves.
There are, in fact, definite steps you can take to shield yourself in your home. An entire, thriving industry has arisen, dedicated to offering products to help us to protect ourselves. For example, the EMF Safety SuperStore (www.lessemf.com) offers an abundance of helpful advice and devices.
Cell phones are the most ubiquitous – and some would say, pernicious – source of exposure. The most obvious ways to reduce your exposure are, of course, to reduce the time spent on calls, limit calls made when the signal is weak, remove the phone from your bedroom, and use a cell phone shield when carrying a phone and a headset when calling.
Many sites now offer shielding pouches for home Wi-Fi routers, as well as various protective devices for shielding ourselves against radiation from computers, phones, and TVs, including EMF shielding garments, Faraday canopies, etc.
Our best advice is to educate yourself and take definite steps to avoid or reduce your exposure.
In the world of natural medicine, new therapies are being devised to help us restore our electromagnetic bodies. Examples include Sound tables and brainwave entrainment for magnetic field therapy.
These devices are generally based on the Schumann resonance (7.8 Hz), the environmental electromagnetic frequency in which the human brain evolved.
The effectiveness of grounding techniques such as walking barefoot on the earth is based on the body’s natural, health-promoting resonance with the earth.
Several energy medicines are specifically aimed at diffusing electromagnetic radiation. Radinex is a spagyric homeopathic drainage remedy that may help protect you if you’re exposed to procedures that employ electromagnetic frequencies, or airplane flights with their high levels of emissions. An essence of sphagnum moss can also help balance your body’s cellular energetics.
On a personal note, Dr. Marcel and I find that we sleep and feel better when we’re staying at our retreat center in Hawaii, where cell reception is only available up the road and wi-fi connectivity is limited to the upper property.
EMF detox begins with limiting our exposure. It’s good to remember that even small reductions can bear big health benefits. Prevention, even if it’s just an ounce, as the old saying has it, is a lot better than a pound of cure.
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