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Geopathic stress and Feng Shui

Updated: Aug 16, 2023



It's easy to overlook the subtle influences affecting our health and well-being in our fast-paced modern world. Geopathic stress refers to the harmful energies emanating from the Earth's crust due to natural phenomena like underground water veins, fault lines, or mineral deposits. These energies can disrupt the flow of vital life force energy (Qi) in our bodies. Human health suffers if we live where there is geopathic stress. Animals such as dogs, horses and deer keep away from geopathic stress. Cats are known to function well in the geopathic stress zones. Insects, bats and fungi are attracted to areas. Specific trees and gardens do not thrive in geopathic stress zones. Over time, exposure to geopathic stress has been linked to various health issues, including chronic fatigue, insomnia, headaches, weakened immune systems, and severe illnesses.


Fortunately, Feng Shui offers practical methods to mitigate these adverse effects. One effective way I have found through my studies involves strategically placing or inserting metal copper rods within your living space or in the ground around your home. Metal copper rods are believed to have a grounding effect that helps neutralize geopathic stress. By positioning these rods in specific areas where geopathic stress is detected or suspected (such as under beds or workstations), you can create a protective barrier against these harmful energies. I use dowsing rods or pendulums to determine if there is geopathic stress in the house or property and the general location where it is located.




Feng shui principles also emphasize the importance of organizing your living environment in harmony with nature's flow of energy, known as Qi. By arranging furniture and objects following Feng Shui guidelines, you can enhance positive energy flow while minimizing the impact of geopathic stress.


I also recommend incorporating natural elements such as plants and crystals, such as quartz, black obsidian and black tourmaline, into your home decor to counteract the negative energy and detrimental effects of geopathic stress.



Geopathic stress may be an invisible threat to our well-being, but we can minimize its harmful effects with Feng Shui and dowsing practices.

Understanding how certain environmental factors impact our health and implementing simple yet effective remedies like placing metal copper rods strategically throughout our living spaces can create a harmonious and balanced environment that supports our physical and emotional well-being.



SherryBrouzesFengShui.net

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