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Earthing is a form of grounding to the earth and refers to direct skin contact with the earth elements. For many people feeling ungrounded and uncomfortable in their body during the bifurcation shift, this may be a very beneficial practice. It is also possible using a conductive wire that is attached to the human body, or through an earthing mat, to generate the electrical circuit with the earth field if access to nature is not available. When grounding to the earth, the electric potential of the circuit depends on the location, atmospheric conditions, day or night, and the moisture that is on the surface of the Earth. Intuitive Empaths and Starseeds will need to pay attention to their natural sensitivities to determine if earthing feels good or not, for regaining energetic balance with their body. In some cases, due to inorganic or alien current running in the field of certain demographics, this may not be a beneficial practice.

For the majority of people on the earth that are in the soul integration phases, such as earthseeds, earthing will feel positive and very good for the body because it acts as a neuromodulator. Neuromodulation is the process by which nervous system activity is regulated through the adjustment of the physiological levels by stimulating neurotransmitters. Thus, earthing changes the density of negative charge in the human energy field and nervous system, and this directly influences physiological processes, such as brain chemistry in positive ways. Earth is sending out Electromagnetic Signals to support the human body to adapt to the planetary Ascension, and this signal allows the human nervous system to be better adapted to the demands being placed on the human body and brain during the intensity of the consciousness shift. Being immersed in nature, focusing on deep breathing along with connecting with the earth or water elements is especially helpful to rebalance the electrical activity of the brain.[1]


See Also:

Grounding Mechanism