Geopathic Stress: what is it and what can it do?

Geopathic Stress: what is it and what can it do?

Geopathy is the fascinating study of the Earth's electro-magnetic radiations on the health of humans, animals and plants. Geopathic stress (GS) occurs when these energies are disrupted or altered (naturally or by human activity) thereby affecting the cells, glands, tissues and the electrical activity of the nervous system. These disruptions or geopathic stressors include the frequencies of underground streams and cavities, certain mineral concentrations, fault lines, the movement/energies of wind, water/precipitation, change in temperature and pressure and many more.

Although largely unexplored by western science, GS has been recognized for thousands of years in Feng Shui, an arm of Chinese Medicine. Feng Shui studies the relationships of environmental energies and human health. As a practice, Feng Shui seeks to harmonize the patterns and flow of these energies with our living and working spaces to promote well being.

The study of geopathic stress has been slower in the west. In 1929, scientist Gustav Freiherr von Pohl mapped GS lines in a small German town. In his book Earth Currents (1932), von Pohl wrote of an alleged pattern of illness in people who had slept in beds located in these areas of geomagnetic disturbance.

A study published in 2010 looked at the effect of geopathic stress on the heart rates and blood pressure of male subjects aged 18 to 54.  After resting in an area of geopathic stress for 20 minutes and then in a ‘normal’ zone, each subject was tested. Pulse rate and heart rates were reportedly increased in the above 45 year age group in the GS zone. Subjects reported feeling exhausted, depressed, nervous. The limited study concluded that more research was needed on prolonged exposures to GS.[2]

Combined with interesting data linking heart attacks and suicide attempts to solar flares, and controversy about the potential health risks of the many devices and appliances in our everyday lives that produce electromagnetic fields (EMF), it is important to consider geopathic stress in any condition involving the nervous system or the immune system.  

 

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