Natureneering: Harnessing the Power of Electromagnetic Energy

08/20/2019

You probably know that food, water, sunlight, and oxygen are required for life, but there is a fifth element of health that is equally vital and often overlooked: The Earth’s magnetic field and its corresponding PEMFs (pulsed electromagnetic fields). The two main components of Earth’s PEMFs, the Schumann and Geomagnetic frequencies, are so essential that NASA and the Russian space program equip their spacecrafts with devices that replicate these frequencies. These frequencies are absolutely necessary for the human body’s circadian rhythms, energy production, and even keeping the body free from pain

Unfortunately, most of us are deficient in PEMFs given that we spend less time outside and little time barefoot but walk around in rubber-soled shoes that stymie the flow of electrons that should naturally occur.  

Every cell in the body is designed to run at -20 to -25 millivolts. To heal, we must make new cells. To make a new cell requires -50 millivolts. Chronic disease occurs when voltage drops below -20 and/or you cannot achieve -50 millivolts to make new cells. Thus chronic disease is always defined by having low voltage.  And as the voltage drops further creating an acidic environment the risk of cancer grows in proportion to the drop in voltage.  A curious thought is Why is it that people do not get heart cancer?  This is because the heart operates at a voltage in a range up to -90 mv generated by its pacemaker - the SA node that renders it immune to cancer.  

It’s believed that the Earth’s magnetic field is generated by electric currents in the conductive iron alloys of its core, created by convection currents due to heat escaping from the core.  The Earth is like a gigantic battery that contains a natural, subtle electric charge—a special kind of energy present in the ground. For safety and stability, most everything in the electrical world is connected to it, whether it is an electric power plant or your refrigerator. That’s what the term “grounded” means and we can extrapolate to walking barefoot or grounding.

With the exception of humans living in industrialized societies, all living things on our planet are connected to the ground’s electric energy. In industrialized societies, you rarely go barefoot outside or wear natural leather shoes that allow you to absorb the ground’s energy. For many decades, people have increasingly been wearing rubber and plastic-soled shoes that act as a barrier to the Earth’s energy, insulating them from electrical contact with the Earth. People also generally don’t sleep on the ground anymore, as many cultures have done throughout history. They live and work above the ground, even far above the ground in high-rise building and living accomodations. 

You are a bioelectrical being living on an electrical planet. Your body operates electrically. All of your cells transmit multiple frequencies that run, for example, your heart, immune system, muscles, and nervous system.

So, take a walk barefoot.  If you happen to be close to a beach, take a 20-30 minute barefoot walk as close to where the tide meets the beach and take advantage of the earth’s vast supply of electrons.  Thus, neutralizing reactive oxygen species (free radicals) and reducing inflammation.  Additional benefits include:

• eliminate pain and inflammation naturally 

• get deep, rejuvenating sleep

• increase your energy and vitality

• feel younger, stronger, and more flexible

• keep your bones strong and healthy

• help your body with healing and regeneration

• improve circulation and heart health

• balancing cortisol levels and circadian rhythms 

If you aren’t able to spend time connected to the earth barefoot or in some other capacity connected to the earth, be sure to check out PEMF technology.  Fitness Genome offers PulseCenter PEMF which charges your body helping you electrically charge your cells and creates optimized transmembrane potentials that create the perfect environment for cellular functions that lead to greater overall health.