Earthing for Earthlings

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Earthing for Earthlings

“Few people know it, but the ground provides a subtle electric signal that maintains health and governs the intricate mechanisms that make our bodies work— just like plugging a lamp into a power socket makes it light up.” — excerpted from Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever?

Several years back, I collaborated with entrepreneur Clint Ober on the book Earthing. For years, Ober has been pursuing scientific research validating the simple principle that direct contact with the Earth feeds the body with the natural and subtle electric energies that restore balance to the body’s multiple bioelectrical systems and reduces inflammation. Plus, Earthing is also a great way to protect yourself from electromagnetic frequencies!

Clint’s story is very compelling. He founded the country’s biggest cable television installation company. Then, at the crest of his success, he became deathly ill. His healing journey took him back to the Earth and his younger days growing up on a farm in Montana. It also brought him to the discovery that the human body, like electrical systems, needs the stabilizing electrical signal from the Earth to function at its best. As a result, Clint has spent the last 12 years researching ways to utilize the Earth’s natural energies to help others achieve wellness.

This research led Clint to me, and that collaboration lead to the book Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever? (along with health writer Martin Zucker). As you’ll read in the book, Earthing helps virtually every health condition, from cardiovascular problems like high blood pressure levels and bad circulation, to insomnia and fertility issues.

Update: In 2014, we published Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever! - 2nd Edition

Now it's your turn: Have you tried Earthing?

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