I’ve recently written some blogs about the electrical nature of our True Self, or soul. The soul’s electrical impulse gives animus to the physical body’s electrical circuitry at the time of birth and withdraws at the time of death. It’s the part of us that lives between the cells of the body – the spark of life. But what do we know about our physical electrical nature?
I just interviewed Don Tolman, cowboy health vigilante who has been called a cross between Albert Einstein and George Carlin. Everything he says makes sense, at least to me. This interview was preceded with an interview with physicist and all round genius David Sereda. They both ended up at the same place – we are electrical beings and if we do not receive enough of an electrical charge from the things that maintain life, we die. Conversely, if we receive too much electrical impulse from a grand scale solar event, for example, we could short out. Either way, we need to consider our electrical nature and begin to accomodate this rarely considered aspect of physical health.
As Don mentions in our radio interview this month (http://www.cmn.tv/radio/don-tolman/) the greatest electrical nutrients are within our everyday experience and with a small amount of effort we can maximize on them. The same is true of our food supply. That which is raw, organically grown in fertile soil and is fresh, is alive and has it’s own conductive and assimilation properties via its minerals.
In addition there are therapies that use electrical currents such as Rife type technologies, which send specific electrical frequencies to the body to kill invading organisms. Acupuncture re-balances the electrical system by inserting tiny needles into the electrical pathways.
When the electrolytes in the body go out of balance there is not sufficient spark to keep the vital functions operating. I know this one well as I was born with a condition in which my minerals can be thrown out of balance with little provocation. This has necessitated untold numbers of visits to emergency rooms around the world. When I try to describe it, all I can say is that I feel as though the plug has been pulled, that I can’t feel the energy around my body and it feels like I am dying, which I am. Out of self defence, I have learned to protect my electrical system.
As Don Tolman says, the path to a healthy electrical system is simple:
1. Breathe fresh air every day. 2. Drink freshly charged water (shake it up before drinking). 3. Get out in the sunlight! 4. Move your body to keep the energy moving and all systems vital. 5. Eat foods that are alive with minerals, vitamins and energy.
Another method of charging our field is well know to all of us – our morning shower. Research has shown that falling water creates thousands of negative ions by splitting otherwise neutral particles of air, freeing electrons to manifest their vitalizing function. These electrons join up with smaller air particles, thus giving them a predominantly negative charge – negative ions. This helps clear our ‘field’ of static and noise while refreshing us.
I use a high tech add on. A few years ago I wanted to get a far infra-red sauna but had no room for it and, frankly, couldn’t afford it. So I bought what’s called a bio-mat. It’s a space age technology embedded in a mat that charges my electrical field with far infra-red light and negative ions while I sleep . The original idea was to get rid of pain and inflammation, but now I sleep on it for the immune system boost and overall well being. At the expense of sounding like a circus hawker, I even became a distributor for them because I deeply appreciate what the mat does for Scott, me and my friends who also sleep on them. You can learn more at www.biomatheaven.com if you feel inclined. As wonderful as the mat is, it is a supplement to, and doesn’t replace, the natural elements spoken of earlier.
It’s not rocket science to know the status of our electrical health. The most important indicator is how we feel. If we feel “drained”, our batteries are low and we had better give them a boost. If we feel “charged” we feel alive, like we can take on the world. The difference to our health is as obvious as waves crashing onto the shore versus a stagnant pond.
The best way to keep our energy topped up is simply to recognize our electrical nature; study up on it with books such as ‘The Body Electric’ by Robert O. Becker, M.D. and stick your finger into the electrical socket of the natural world around us.