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My Experience with Grounding (Earthing)

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I was a goodie two shoes growing up in the 80s. We watched a lot of sitcoms on television that dealt with children coming of age. Inevitably someone would lie to their parents, sneak out of the house, throw a wild party, or engage in some other act of defiance that would lead to these words:

You’re Grounded!

I always thought that was funny. Carribean parents never uttered those words. Forms of punishment in our culture are different. I enjoyed the interactions that took place between parents and children on those shows. Quite entertaining!

For this reason, my experience with the word “grounding” always meant trouble. Even when I started grounding myself and my children, they were a bit confused at what exactly was taking place. From their limited TV exposure, they’ve already developed a definition of grounding that was similar to mine.

However, the grounding I’m talking about is a fast-growing movement based on the discovery that connecting to the Earth’s natural energy is foundational for vibrant health. Continue reading →

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PR Vlog #5: Helping Others Reach Out

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The week of October 9th my phone was finally saturated with videos and I couldn’t really record much. It was a very encouraging week, however, because we finally found a way to do our laundry that didn’t involve me washing them in the bathtub.

We also made friends with a family at church that has a custom home in Isabela and builds custom homes for others. Our family wants to purchase land in Puerto Rico and build a custom home that we’ve already designed in our minds – so going to visit this family in their home felt like a step in that direction. Continue reading →

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PR Vlog #4: Can You Hear Me Now?!

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The week of October 2nd in Isabela, Puerto Rico, was completely about trying to get communication. I had already gone two weeks without being able to contact anyone. I hadn’t been online or spoken on the phone with the outside world a single time. Meanwhile, my husband had gone out of his way to make sure that he had communicated. He would stand in line for hours to wait for a minimum amount of gas so that he could drive to wherever he could get a signal. Continue reading →

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PR Vlog #2: Maria

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I heard through the grapevine (namely when they prayed at church) that Maria was looming, but the week started out normal enough. It didn’t take long to realize the widespread panic and fear that was setting in across the island. Pierre told me that while I was out with the kids, the Mayor of Isabela was driving around in one of those speaker cars warning everyone. Grocery stores were again filled to the brim with people stocking up on water and canned goods. Meanwhile, I was once again refusing to accept the reports and going about my days as usual. Continue reading →

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