So, firstly, what is Geopathic Stress ? 'Geopathic Stress is the name given to natural or man made energies emanating from the earth which are detrimental to human health'
This is slightly similar to electro-stress where for instance, sleep can be affected by having your bed directly above a fridge / freezer / micro-wave or TV set etc.
There are many indicators and pointers toward a house, or room, being affected by Geopathic Stress; here are a few symptons.....
Geopathic stress cannot cause illness, but will make the bodies immunity system low and open to illness.
The main thing is that the small area of a cushion, or the bed itself, is something we spend up to one third of our life on. If we aren't getting that one third right and suffering, it's not good news !
So, are we suffering from geopathic stress ? Ask yourself these questions....
1. Have my health and sleep problems started since moving home or room ?
Obviously you can't dig a couple of hundred feet down under your house to cure any problems, so you have to find out where the problems are and work around them. This is where dowsing can come in most useful.
You can hunt out these bad areas with dowsing rods or a pendulum. Get your head into thinking bad lines, bad areas and mark them out on a plan. Then dowse for the exceptionally good areas and try it.
Some would say that it's all in the mind and these things are pure fairy tale, but Doctors in some European countries will look into Geopathic Stress when an illness is re-occuring. Also, Builders will often dowse the land to place their new homes in the best possible positions.
This can be extended to the garden. Do you often see that you have a fine long hedge, but there's one small patch where it doesn't grow or is less tall than everywhere else ? Often, you will not that this extends to perhaps the lawn next to it and you see a 'line' forming.
Feng Shui also links to matters of the home and can help in selection of a property. Here are some indicators; front doors should not line up with the back doors, ceilings shouldn't be too high / low ceilings should not be slanted, bedrooms / kitchens and dining areas should not be under or above a toilet, halls should not be long and dark etc.
Maybe not quite the same, but similarities do exist - these can be rectified however.
I could go into this a lot more, but to be honest, it could be information in overdrive. Best to keep it simple and I think this is the key to dowsing and 'things of the natural world'.
Dowsing rods and pendulums are a good thing to have around the home !
Safe as Houses
by David Cowan and
I found this book most fascinating. It's split into two; Electro-Magnetic Stress and Geopathic Stress