Feng Shui Friday – Geopathic Stress or What your cat is telling you…

Those of you who have a cat companion know that they like to sleep in weird places sometimes. There can be a spot in the middle of the floor that makes absolutely no sense to pick as a favourite spot, yet this is where your beloved cat chooses to sleep – all the time!

There might be a perfectly reasonable explanation for that. Cats, as opposed to dogs, are attracted to Geopathic stress. They like to sleep in it. Dogs on the other hand will avoid it. So if you have an area in your one where your dog just won’t go for no apparent reason, that’s as much an indicator as a sleeping cat that this area likely is affected by Geopathic stress.

And what is Geopathic stress?

Geopathic stress is a wide term used to describe several different phenomena that have an impact on the Earth’s magnetic and/or gravitational fields and the effects this in turn has on a site or person. Put very simply, Geopathic stress is when something is going on in the Earth that is causing an imbalance, and this energy reaches the surface of the Earth and affects people, animals and plants in that area.

There are several forms of Geopathic Stress

  • Geological faults are faults, fractures or cavities found in the ground. A fault line is the surface trace of a geological fault. It is along these fault lines that most earthquakes appear.
  • Geomagnetic lines, the Earth is surrounded by geomagnetic lines that can be likened by the acupuncture meridians of the human body. They travel between the poles of the Earth in a corkscrew manner. Geomagnetic lines are one to two metres wide and always move in a north to south direction.
  • Watercourses are streams or veins of subterranean water.
  • Hartmann and Curry grids are energetic grids that relate to the physical and geopathic stress of any given environment. The Hartmann grid is related to human consciousness, while the Curry grid relates to the Earth’s consciousness.

This is by no means a complete list of Geopathic stressors, and it gives you an idea on what I’m talking about.

So why is this important?

Our environment affects our bodies. In today’s modern society we meet a lot of challenges when it comes to living a healthy life, such as electro magnetic radiation, chemicals, radio and micro waves to only name a few. There is also a link between the Earth and our health that is not commonly spoken about, the connection between Geopathic stress and illnesses.

Each organ system in the human body has its own particular frequency with which it resonates. This means that if something outside of the human body resonates with the same frequency, this phenomenon will have the ability to affect the organ system within the human body. If the frequency of the outside source resonates in harmony with the human body a positive effect will be experienced. However, if the outside source is in any form of dissonance with the organ system then the body will be adversely affected and over a period of time being in this situation may lead to the development of an illness.

Feel Good Group - Geopathic Stress Symptoms

What to look for

Signs that tell you that a new geopathic stressor might have been introduced in your environment include insomnia, restless sleep, anxiety, bedwetting or sleep walking in children, as well as ant or wasp nests where there were none before.

What to do

Get a professional Geomancer or Feng Shui consultant with training in Geomancy to do a site assessment for you. A geomancer can neutralise any stresses in the environment that might be contributing to imbalance in the site by implementing geomantic cures. These are cures that are placed in the Earth to help bring balance to the site.

I encourage you to look at your home with new eyes. Has anything changed lately? Is your cat sleeping in a weird spot? Is your dog avoiding certain areas with no apparent explanation? And have you noticed any changes in your health and wellbeing?

Listen to your cat and feel better for it.

Source: Olsen, A. 2010, Geobiology, Australian College of Environmental Studies, Melbourne.

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