April 14, 2022 — Shani Shoham

Did you know that walking barefoot daily can have tremendous health benefits both physically and mentally?

With the encroachment of tech devices into our daily lives and the increasing exposure to EMFs, there has been an ever-present disturbance of our natural frequencies.

Fewer and fewer people seem to recall that our bodies are made to be energetically in sync with the frequency of our world.Human beings are instinctively attuned to the vibration of Earth, - a frequency of 7.83 Hertz, which has come to be known as the “Schumann Resonance”. This is the same frequency as when our brains experience alpha & theta brainwaves! Interestingly, cell regeneration and healing occurs when our brains are in this restful state. This could explain why, when we find ourselves in nature, we suddenly feel reinvigorated and energized. Being outside has a positive effect on our immune system, our stamina, and our energy levels. Research has shown that humans who are cut off from this begin to experience dis-ease in various forms.

So how do we tune into Earth’s frequency in a way that encourages healing, well-being, and rejuvenation? The answer: take off your shoes!

The human body is bioelectric and highly conductive, so when it connects to the Earth’s surface, electrons are absorbed by the body. Many believe that this natural symbiotic relationship has been hindered by the ubiquitous use of shoes. 'Earthing' has been shown to reduce inflammation, stress, and pain, as well as improve blood flow, sleep, and vitality. To learn more about the significance of this discovery, why you should adopt it into your routine, and its miraculous benefits check out the video below!


Kyana said:

It’s been said chiggers avoid apple cider vinegar so I soaked my feet in the vinegar. Let my feet dry then walk outside and stand on bare ground or grass.
I think I paid $35 for a little grounding blanket on Amazon so I have that touching my arm and hand while I’m on the couch year-round.
I still suffer from constant back pain from an old injury so I’m still searching for a med bed in Louisville Kentucky USA.

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