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Geopathic Stress a major stimulus of Cancer, says Dubai based energy expert
 
  • Microwave, cell-phones, routers and other electronic devices contributing to stress.
  • Close contact with nature can optimize health by warding off negative energies.

 22nd Oct, 2018; Dubai, UAE:   Studies have shown that over 85% of patients who die from cancer had regular exposure to geopathic stress. This stress is actually the distortion of the earth’s natural electromagnetic field. Earth has high voltage lines called ley lines, curry lines and Schumann resonance which are negative and highly electromagnetic in nature causing Geopathic Stress meaning the stress from earth. 
 
A research conducted at Dulwich Health Society, USA, on over 5,000 people with ill health found that 90 percent of people suffering from secondary cancer were affected by earth’s radiations. Similarly, around 95 percent of cancer patients were either sleeping or working in a place which was exposed to geopathic stress before or at the time the cancer was diagnosed.
 
Experts claim that when earth’s natural electromagnetic field is in balance it is restorative to optimal health. However when it gets corrupted – by natural geological faults, underground flowing water, mineral deposits, electricity lines, constructions, mineral deposits  and man-made excavations - the changed frequency becomes harmful to our health. Geopathic stress suppresses the immune function, shutting down the body´s natural defense system, thereby facilitating illness. 
 
Commenting on this, Ms. Pooja Srivastav, Geopathic Stress and Energy Consultant at Shreem International said: “While geopathic stress does not directly cause cancer, it weakens our immune system making it much more likely to acquire cancer.The world is filled with sources of electromagnetic pollution that can magnify the stress. High tension power lines, satellite towers, electric poles, or circuit breakers all send out high and low frequency energy that may increase geopathic stress, as can everyday items like microwaves, cell phones, and wireless routers”.
 
Pooja further clarifies that geopathic stress is not an illness, but a distorted natural energy that affects the ‘body energy’ leading to a variety of symptoms including tiredness, disturbed sleeping patterns, reduced energy levels, headaches, anger, impatience or behavioral problems, slow or lack of response to medical treatment among many others.
 
Other potential problems of geopathic stress includes cardiovascular deficiency, attention deficit disorder, immune deficiency disorders, and chronic fatigue. It is also a common factor in cases of infertility and miscarriages, learning difficulties, behavioral problems and neurological disabilities in children.
 
“Awareness is knowledge. Knowledge can lead to action. Learning about geopathic stress will help you take timely action and remove it from your life; that will result in vast improvement in your health and relationships. Minimizing exposure to electronic devices can help reduce the problem. For instance, get rid of unneeded appliances or keep them unplugged when not in use,” further commented Pooja.
 
Experts suggests that in order to protect oneself and to reduce the geopathic stress, one should remain in close contact with nature. This includes sitting on the ground, hugging a tree, taking bath in salt water, re-arranging living spaces to avoid geopathic lines and maintain the balance, warding off negative energy fields, etc.When the home or workplace of the affected person is neutralized, the geopathic stress conditions resolve themselves and the body begins to heal.

 


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Posted on : Monday, October 22, 2018  4:42:00 PM UAE local time (GMT+4)
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