EMF- CAN IT CHANGE OUR THOUGHTS? by Cathy D. Slaght
If you go to www.youtube.com and type in electromagnetic frequency you can pull up some disturbing information. BUT- without the EMF we wouldn't have the internet to watch the videos!
So, as in all things, there is positive and negative.
No doubt that the EMF can have a negative impact. That's because we ourselves are electromagnetic. This is no metaphysical or New Age information- it's physics.
So, did you go to www.antennasearch.com and type in your address to see how many cell phone towers are in your area? That's a start. After I learned that I had 135 towers in MY area (I live in downtown St. Petersburg, on a major thoroughfare) I purchased a tri field meter to measure the EMF in my house. It was off the charts.
The original idea had been to experiment with various products and see what actually brought the numbers on the meter down. Will keep you posted, but apparently devices like routers, etc, always put out the EMF. It's OUR energy that changes, gets stronger, with certain protection devices. This means it may be difficult to see what really can protect us.
We'll see. Over the next few weeks am going to be testing some products and devices.
One thing we DO know- whatever happens to us depends on our body's frequencies.
And perhaps most important of all- our thoughts are electromagnetic.
But can EMF impact our thoughts? For now, let's not go there. Let's just work to raise voltage. Here are some suggestions -
Eat real food, preferably raw*
Add nutrients to your diet
Detox on a regular basis
Use essential oils
Join the daily energy clearing group ;)
* Foods, when they are raw, have frequency that could buffer against negative effects of EMF. Unfortunately we have deadened our foods by processing them
For today's group work, we're just going to receive the energy of one essential oil. That's because, after a scan, we requested it. It's called "Into The Future"! This oil is for releasing fear of the unknown, or things we have little control over.
We requested 13 hours of this frequency. Must be significant.
Cathy D. Slaght