What is Grounding and how will it help with Endometriosis?

What is Grounding and how will it help with Endometriosis?

When I first heard about this concept, I thought it was a little wacky. It was all a little hippy to me! But, I have looked into it further and it does actually make quite a bit of sense.

We come in contact with computers, electrical devices all day every day. This releases a charge onto our bodies. To get rid of the charge, we need to ground ourselves. This means touching the earth.

This may sound simple but most of us simply don’t. We wear shoes, with rubber soles and go from cement building to cement building each and every day. This makes us remain in a charged state, which means we get irritable and it also affects our health.

According to David Wolfe, this affects conditions of inflammation. – namely Endometriosis, digestive inflammation, IC etc – all the ones we suffer from.

Well, I decided to explain it to you further in a video – since I haven’t done one of these in ages! 🙂

 

So, whether there is any truth to this is something I will explore further but it does make sense! I can’t see the harm in it anyway 🙂

Here is a video by David Wolfe on the subject:

 

Interesting? Strange? What do you think?

 

Big hugs,

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  1. I took my kids out today and went to their school yard and we walked around in out bare feet and I tell ya we felt good!! They said it was better than a relaxing bath….I gotta say it was refreshing!

    • So glad you enjoyed it sweets! It seems so simple and yet somehow the simplest things can provide such healing and a sense of calm 🙂

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