posted on Oct, 28 2013 @ 08:35 AM
reply to post by purplemer
I have been thinking about laying your hands on someone and healing. I have seen this in the practices of churches. I think it is real.
Energy bleeds out through our hands and feet better than most parts of our bodies. That is why it is important to wear gloves and warm footwear in
the winter because without these we loose a lot of energy. So why can't we use our hands to give someone else this energy to help them when they are
sick. Most times sickness is caused by a lack of structured energy to fight the illness. Most people die from the heart strength/beat and BP going
too low. If your energy level is too high it scrambles your brain and the immune system goes awry. If it goes to low the immune system can't
function for lack of energy. I see very little research done by the medical trades on this concept. That is why I think it may be real. If you can
give energy to your child through touch than a doctor is not needed as often. I see motive for not testing this.
I think some medical organizations are starting to look at this but they are not really researching the reasoning behind it. They just include
spirituality and religion in their practices. This differs from the Yoga which is trying to create calmness and inner restructuring of energy paths
on your own. If you think meditation can heal you, meditation can help accomplish this goal. Prayer is not much different than meditation, yoga and
religion have a relationship.
Sorry for getting off topic.
So when you stand on the ground the energy goes through your hair and head through your feet. This lines up your polarity and can help us. When you
stand in front of a fire, the fire pulls ions or neutrinos right through us, if you do not rotate, your back gets really cold as the ions go through
it lessens the energy on the back. Over underground moving water or even by the lakeshore, there is energy flow, these places are good places to
ground. A swimming pool can have a little effect if there is moving water. Remember, moving water does not freeze at low temperatures, it has
energy...they refer to this as negative Ions. That is the good form of Radon, there are three or possibly more forms of radon, not all things
classified as radon are bad for us. They want us to believe that all radon is bad. Even too much of this good radon is not good for us either, you
shouldn't live right above a holy site. It is a place of healing not a place of living.
So there are more than one way to use this grounding, sitting in front of a campfire works, walking barefoot on a beach, and fishing near a stream. I
suppose being on a boat is good also but I think it might bleed out through the sides of the boat. As long as energy is going through us slowly it
can help. It is like the helping hands of the healer.
So I guess I am going a little looney, believing there may be something to all this stuff even though there is no evidence because nobody seems to do
scientific testing on it. Can't have evidence if nobody with the equipment and knowledge does the research I suppose. This way the medical field
will keep growing and supply work for the population.