Identifying and Dealing with Geopathic Stress
If your home or place of work has a feeling that ‘it just doesn’t feel right’, and you cannot put your finger on what exactly is the cause, it is possible that it has been exposed to disturbance in the Earth’s natural electromagnetic frequency.
This is not an uncommon phenomenon and it is called Geopathic Stress.
The following is an extensive explanation of what Geopathic Stress is and what issues arise as a result of living with and being exposed to Geopathic Stress.
In support of the information provided, I have included a link to world-known expert in the field of Geomancy, Dowser and Earth Acupuncturist, Richard Creightmore, along with Geopathic Stress researcher, Rolf Gordon whose focus is on the health impacts of living and sleeping in such an environment.
What is Geomancy
‘Geo’ – Earth ‘Mancy’ – Divination of
Geomancy is the relationship between the subtle energies of the Earth and living beings, including animals and plants, and how this can affect our health and wellbeing.
The art of Geomancy is all about harmonising the environment in which we live by locating and identifying the different types of Geopathic stresses and implementing the appropriate remedies or ‘cures’. It can bring balance and harmony between people and the space that they occupy.
As a therapeutic art, the goal of Geomancy is to identify environmental problems that a client may be experiencing. These problems may relate to health, relationships, social life and or business luck. Prolonged exposure to harmful types of earth radiation and Geopathic stress is a common cause of disease.
What is Geopathic Stress
Geopathic Stress is a general term that is used for a variety of energies that emanate from the Earth. These stresses arise when the natural electromagnetic field of the Earth becomes distorted. This distortion is due to physical disturbances in the Earth’s structure that can be as a result of both manmade and natural occurrences.
Disturbances can result from explosions from quarrying or mining, earthworks for tunnelling and the building of highways, tram and train lines, even traumatic scenes such as violence, etc., just to name a few.
These stresses can hinder the health and wellbeing of those occupying the land where the stresses exist. This is not limited to human beings as animals and plants can be equally affected.
The health implication of Geopathic Stress
It must be understood that Geopathic Stress is not the cause of illness. The impact of Geopathic Stress is that it lowers your immune system which results in you having less chance of fighting illness. Geopathic Stress prevents your body’s ability to properly absorb vitamins, minerals and trace elements from your food, as well as supplements, often leading to allergies to food, drinks and environmental pollution.
The most common indications that you are affected by Geopathic Stress are as follows:
- Resistance to medical treatment
- Feeling run-down and or exhausted
- Loss of appetite and eating disorders
- An unhealthy appearance
Additionally, when in bed if affected by Geopathic Stress, it is common to suffer with the following:
- Restless sleep;
- Feeling cold;
- Tingling arms and legs;
- Sleep walking;
- Grinding teeth; and
- Vivid dreams and or nightmares.
Children and babies are not immune to the effects of Geopathic stress and it may be a contributing factor to a child’s bed wetting issues and constant crying in a particular area of the home including their beds and or cots. Babies will naturally avoid areas of Geopathic Stress and this is evidenced by them sleeping at the other end of their cot.
Upon waking in the morning you may often feel fatigued with a muzzy head or suffer with ‘brain fog’, and Geopathic Stress can often be the main cause of back pain.
Of particular concern is sleeping in a space that is affected by Geopathic Stress. The brain’s role is to take care of your body’s ‘housekeeping’ during the sleeping hours. This includes the creation of up to 80% of new cells along with giving your body the right signals to operate and function properly, including the absorption of the correct levels of vitamins and minerals and taking care of your hormonal balance. Geopathic Stress interferes with the body’s natural process leaving your immune system weak.
Sleep is when your brain is supposed to rest half of the time and heal your body the other half however, if you are subjected to Geopathic Stress during sleep your brain spends all of its time working due to these strains, resulting in you waking tired.
There are many different types of Geopathic Stress, and the term ‘Geopathic Stress’ would be referred to as an ‘Umbrella Term’. A brief description of each of the Geopathic Stresses is provided below.
Geological Faults are deep cracks in the bedrock that allows radiation from deep within the Earth to rise to the surface. Apart from the distortion these fault lines cause to the Earth’s natural magnetic field, radon gases may be released from granite rock fissures which can pose serious health risks.
These fault lines are considered to be the most serious type of Geopathic Stress as they have the ability to amplify other Geopathic stresses.
Geological Fault lines can act as release points for psychological and physical stresses and it is believed that they may be associated with aggressive behaviour, the cause of insomnia and in some cases attribute to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and long term illnesses.
There are various indications that may be signs that Geological Faults are present on a site, and these include cracks in walls, roofs and or concrete. Sometimes a particular room or rooms can feel cold as a result of the presence of such a fault and it is difficult to remedy no matter what is tried.
Emotionally charged events can leave either a positive or negative impression on a site. Positive impressions can be such places as the Oracle at Delphi and negative impressions can be those such as the mass shooting in Las Vegas where many lives were lost at the peril of a lone gunman.
Such impressions can also occur in and around our homes and are referred to as either ‘Mobile Personal Line’s or ‘Negative Psychic Impressions’.
Geomagnetic Lines are derived from the Earth’s magnetic poles and travel in a corkscrew manner, moving in North to South directions. These lines can be either positive or negative and are at a width of between one to two metres. Negative Geomagnetic Lines are associated with disturbance to sleep patterns such as insomnia and hyperactivity.
Individuals sleeping in the general vicinity of a home’s meter box may have serious repercussions as negative Geomagnetic Lines are often attracted to such installations.
They are generally one to two metres in width however, can expand significantly during a Full Moon, which may in some cases be a cause for why certain individuals have difficulty sleeping during the moon’s cycle phases.
Geomagnetic Lines resemble the acupuncture meridians throughout the body, channelling energy and information throughout the landscape and our homes and work places. The nature of each of the lines is dependent upon the frequency of its pattern, which can be disrupted as a result of a number of varying factors, including train and tram lines, highways, excessive tree felling and major earthworks.
The disruption to these Geomagnetic Lines can directly affect our own subtle bodies and hinder our natural ability to fight infection and disease.
Ley Lines are channels of energy created by thought and powered by emotion. These are connections that we create to other people, pets, places and or objects and when we think about them we emotionally respond.
Ley Lines can be either positive or negative. An example of a positive Ley Line would be a harmonious and loving relationship between a parent and a child. Negative Ley Lines on the other hand would represent an emotion being projected out of anger or jealousy. The strength of the Ley Line is relative to the intensity of the emotion.
Indications of negative Ley Lines include erratic and uncharacteristic behaviour in humans and animals, defensive reaction from an individual when reference is made to a family member, friend or an associate, long standing feuds with neighbours, as well as unusual plant growth.
Underground water movement through rock can give rise to a weak field that in turns distorts the Earth’s magnetic field. There are various types of underground water courses however only some are considered negative.
‘Black Streams’ are a general category for noxious watercourses and are defined as underground water veins. These underground water veins can release noxious radiations, or their flow becomes stagnated or polluted. Harmful radiation can rise vertically from these underground streams to the Earth’s surface.
Schumann Resonances (Nexus Points)
Considered to be the Earth’s ‘heart beat’, the Schumann Resonance (SR) is what we have evolved upon over time. Whilst this varies slightly in different places around the globe, its natural background radiation brings everything into balance acting as a tuning fork for life.
This is created as a result of a charge created by lightning strikes in the order of about 22,000 volts that act like huge antennas radiating electromagnetic frequencies occurring between the atmosphere of the surface of the Earth and the Ionosphere, located 100 to 300 kilometres above the Earth’s surface that produce the background of the Schumann Resonance.
The Schumann Resonance occurs at several frequencies with 7.8 the strongest, which is the same frequency as the Alpha waves emitted in our brain when we are relaxed.
The Ionosphere is what provides protection from the radiation of the sun and cosmic radiation that is deep within space.
Hartmann and Currie Grids (Nodes/Points)
A global network of electrically charged lines relating to the human consciousness (Hartmann Grid) and the consciousness of the planet (Currie Grid).
The Hartmann Grid travels in the direction of North to South and East to West, whereas the Currie Grid is North West to South East and North East to South West configuration.
It is where these lines cross, referred to as nodal points, that they pose a concern.
Symptoms of excess or overstimulation such as enhanced cell enlargement may be caused where two positive lines cross which could result in cell proliferation increasing their susceptibility to cancerous growths. Where a double negative nodal point is located, this may result in symptoms of stagnation such as sleep disturbance like insomnia, fatigue, nervous reactions, inflammations, cramps and headaches.