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Geopathic Stress

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Are You Experiencing Geopathic Stress?

Geopathic stress (GS) is the stress produced in our bodies due to certain geological conditions beneath the earth's surface, such as underground streams, certain mineral concentrations, fault lines, and underground cavities.

The magnetic energy emanating from these irregularities, especially when coming up into our home or place of work, can become harmful to our health.

Geopathic Stress and Health

In general, our body responds to GS like it does to all stress: it modifies its hormone output to adapt to the stress. If this continues over a period of time, it then begins disrupting a number of other systems in the body.

The body can't remain unbalanced for a long period of time, without eventually opening itself to the onset of illness. How soon this occurs depends on a person's over-all health and on how many hours are spent in the affected zone.

Common Symptoms

  • Exhaustion
  • Insomnia, headaches on awakening
  • Depression, nervousness
  • Miscarriages, infertility
  • Allergies
  • Behavioral problems in children
  • Resistance to medical treatment

Detecting Geopathic Stress

There are currently three basic ways to detect GS, although they all have limitations. The first way consists of using different types of meters that either test the ground or a person's body for the presence of GS. The second way is to use a dowser or water diviner to detect it in the ground.

The third way is to look for pointers, such as:

  • problems with mold in your home
  • lichen or moss growing on your roof
  • problems with ants, wasps or bees around your home
  • cracks in walls or driveway
  • gaps in hedges
  • trees with cancerous growths or trunks split in two
  • close neighbors or previous residents of your home in ill health

Treating Geopathic Stress

Advice for treating GS varies greatly, from using copper pyramids or quartz crystals-to exercising and using stress management techniques-to moving to another home. Some experts claim you can find some relief in simply moving your bed to another location.

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