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We have told countless people to walk barefoot in their backyards,

on the beach, in a grassy park, or on open ground where the surface is safe to walk on, and when the weather allows.

The feedback is inevitably one of surprise and delight.

Eileen McKusick, a sound therapist in Johnson, Vermont, expressed it his way: “I have been walking barefoot all summer, for the two-tenths of a mile back and forth to work, a few times a day, and pretty much anywhere else where I can go barefoot. I also walk around a big grassy field.

I love being barefoot. I love, love, love it and I can’t believe what a difference it has made in how I feel! More alive, more toned, more articulation in my feet, more settled emotions, greater overall well-being. Of all the things I have done for my health such as changing my diet, working out, taking supplements, getting bodywork, nothing has been as simple, inexpensive, easy, and enjoyable as taking off my shoes!”

Everybody knows that walking is a healthy way to get physical activity.

During the day it’s also a good way to get vitamin D. You get sunshine’s vitamin D from above, plus the anti-inflammatory energy from the Earth below if you do it barefoot.

Physical activity. Vitamin D. Earth energy. It’s a trifecta that gives new

meaning to the term “power walking.

Of course, Earth’s energy is there for your taking any time, day and night. It’s free. Nobody has to pump it into your body like gasoline in a car. It’s not a pill. It’s not a potion. It’s not an ointment. It’s just something in the ground, on the ground, and from the ground right there beneath your feet. It’s always been there and always will. You can have as much of it as you want. No limit.

Everybody talks about “green energy” these days. This is Earth energy both the original and ultimate form of green energy for your body and well-being.

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