The land and seas of planet Earth are alive with an endless and constantly replenished supply of electrons. By making direct contact with the surface of the planet, our conductive bodies naturally equalize with the Earth.Figuratively speaking, we refill the electron level in our tank that has become low.


How do we know that the body absorbs those electrons? There are a number of ways we know.


One is common sense. The Earth is negatively charged. It has a virtually infinite supply of free electrons. Anytime you have two conductive objects and they make contact- such as your bare feet and the ground_ electrons will flow from the place where they are abundant to the place where there are fewer of them. The electrical potential of the two objects will thus equalize. That’s grounding. Similarly, when you stick a ground rod in the Earth, it allows the electrons to flow from the Earth via a wire into an object. It could be a refrigerator, the shielding around a cable TV system, or you. Your body is conductive like the fridge.


Free radicals and electrons constantly interact in high-speed and in highly complex bioelectrochemical exchanges. Many free radicals are regarded in terms of being positively charged molecules, but some can actually be neutral or even negatively charged. These reactive molecules hunger for electrons. The Earth provides the body with a huge influx of electrons and reduces or shuts down the inflammatory destruction attributed to excess free radicals.


If you have a battlefront with electron-seeking free radicals running amok inside your body, guess what’s going to happen when you make contact with the Earth?


Big negatively charged Earth overwhelms little electron-hungry free radicals.


Science backs up the common sense. Science tells us that the body is one dynamic conductor of electrical impulses, or in the words of bio. physicist James Oschman, “the living matrix.” Cells contain an internal framework known as the cytoskeleton that connects all parts of the cell from the nucleus to the outer membrane. This “scaffolding” includes molecules that conduct energy and information inside each cell and outward to the surrounding environment, and in the opposite direction, from the environment to the innermost parts of the cell and nucleus. Similarly, the surrounding environment, from your head to your toes, contains an extra-cellular network of conductive collagen and other proteins that are “hard-wired” to cell membranes. Thus, the living matrix inside and outside cells provides a body-wide network for antioxidant electrons, a pathway hooking up all parts of the body, including the nervous system and all sensory receptors, with all parts of every cell, including the genome in every cell. This pervasive system has extensions into every nook and cranny of the body and really represents, when you think about it, the largest organ system in the body. It is the “stuff” of all living structures.


When you think of yourself as an “antenna,” as the French agronomist Matteo Tavera describes all living things , you can see how we fit neatly into a universal energy continuum. We, and the stars, are bathed in it.

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