I was sent the link below to a very well produced 2013 documentary called "Grounded" by Steve Kroschel. Steve is greatly moved by what he leanred about earthing and his enthusiasm is infectious (a sequel, called Grounded 2, will be shown at the Contact in the Desert conference in Joshua Tree, California being held Aug. 8-11, 2014).
It's easy and simple to ground yourself while sleeping or working at the computer by using a grounding pad, or screening, or a metal sheet touching your skin that's connected to ground with a length of wire. You can run a heavy grounding wire to a 1/2 inch or 3/4 inch rigid copper pipe driven at least 4-5 feet into the ground outside your house. There are many videos and articles on the internet explaining the simple mechanics of grounding (or "earthing")
In Steve's video, I was impressed by the improvements seen with the older man confined to the wheelchair who was able to walk again with braces after grounding himself for a few weeks. Equally surprising is the effect that grounding has on people who snore or grind their teeth at night. And the calming and healing effects it seems to afford people with heart conditions is also amazing.
A couple of years ago, I used 54 inch wide aluminum screen purchased at Home Depot to make a grounding screen to use under the sheets of the bed or a futon. I used #14 stranded zip cord wire with an alligator clip at one end (screen) and used a ground prong at the other end to attach to a heavy grounding wire which I connected to a copper pipe grounding rod driven into the ground outside the house.
Most people notice improvements in sleep and a soothing effect on the nervous system. It really doesn't get any simpler or cheaper than this. People should try it. You have nothing to lose and much to gain. It's more important than ever today to ground yourself, at least while sleeping, since we now are being inunddated 24/7 in a sea of damaging (WiFi) microwaves from Smart phones, cell phones, Smart Meters, Wifi devices, routers, cell towers, etc.
Thomas Galen Hieronymus (1895 - 1988) was able to grow plants in his basement--without any light source--by connecitng the soil boxes that held the plants with wires to a grounding rod buried in the ground outside his basement window. He referrred to this energy as "eloptic" energy. Tom Palandino is doing scalar energy research following the footsteps of Hieronymous and Tesla. You might want to read this interesting 1977 interview with Dr. Hieronymous.
Grounded, full length documentary from Steve Kroschel
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