If you are planning to build a new home or finding your sleep and health disturbed in your current house (or office) you may want to consider having your property checked for Geopathic Stress Lines.
Geopathic Stress is said to be the result of spending long periods working or sleeping above any building or place where the Earth’s natural energy is disturbed by weak electromagnetic fields created by underground streams, certain mineral concentrations, fault lines and cavities.
Some classical symptoms often experienced are related to restless sleep, headaches, insomnia and fatigue.
While we are asleep our body should be resting so it can repair body cells, fight infections and absorb nutrients from food. However, it is believed that if we sleep in an area affected by Geopathic Stress, our body has to use all its energy just to keep its vital organs going. As a result our immune system becomes weakened, which means it has difficulty in absorbing nutrients or fighting off infections as efficiently as it should. Then in the long term the stresses on our bodies will emerge as more serious conditions. Cancer is the most notorious of these, and tumours are known to develop almost always at exactly the spot where two or more GS lines cross a person’s body as they lie asleep in their bed. Other diseases often associated with GS lines are: leukaemia, lymphomas, multiple sclerosis, infertility, miscarriage, cot death, etc.
Read this article for a good insight on Geopathic stress lines with many case studies and examples. Click here.
On the other side, Geopathic Stress has been described as a pseudoscience by those skeptical of the concept. Many argue that it has no basis in legitimate science and that a variety of modern devices cause the same problems. I let you decide what to do but as they say in Portugal : “I don’t believe in witches, but that they exist, they exist ”.
If you need someone with good experience in GS lines in the Wexford area give a look at Brendan Murphy’s website.
There is also a quite interesting discussion with some testimonials here.
For me, as an Architect, it’s important to know about my client’s concerns regarding this issue so I can address them at an early stage when sitting the building on the site or when re-styling their house or office.
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