Our Connection to Nature and the Earth

Original art by Kelly Baptista Grimes

Our Connection to Nature and the Earth is essential to our well being.

Our bodies resonate at the same frequency of the Earth. Staying connected to the Earth and it’s frequency (Schumann Resonance 7.83 Hrz), will benefit your physical, emotional and spiritual health.

 

 

Our ancestors lived a very different life than us.

They lived with the cycles of the seasons and were in tuned with their surroundings.
In today’s world we are bombarded daily with electromagnetic frequencies, microwaves, and radio waves.

Disturbing our connection with this natural frequency, through interference with man-made radiation can have devastating effects on our human bio-energies. This adversely affects our immune system.
Many are now realizing that the wide spectrum of artificial man-made EMF radiation is interfering with our connection to the natural beneficial frequency of the Earth. Electro-pollution masks it. EMF frequencies act like “noise” to disturb our connection with it just like “static” on a signal. Resulting EMF stress may cause us to feel more stressed, fatigued and “out of balance”.

Quantum mechanics, the most fundamental laws in the universe, describes how everything in the universe works.

Discover the Quantum Concepts here at Simple Quantum Living and learn how to live in coherence and harmony with the forces of nature. Our Connection to Nature and the Earth is essential to our well being.

Our bodies resonate at the same frequency of the Earth. Staying connected to the Earth and its frequency (Schumann Resonance 7.83 Hrz), will benefit your physical, emotional and spiritual health.

City dwellers can benefit from the effects of trees with just a visit to the park. Brief exposure to greenery in urban environments can relieve stress levels, and experts have recommended “doses of nature” as part of treatment of attention disorders in children. What all of this evidence suggests is we don’t seem to need a lot of exposure to gain from nature—but regular contact appears to improve our immune system function and our wellbeing.

Being in nature makes us physiologically, less amped. The parasympathetic nerve system controls the body’s rest-and-digest system while the sympathetic nerve system governs fight-or-flight responses. You will find yourself more rested and less inclined to stress after spending time in the forest, or out in nature.