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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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A Lesson in Farming. Kind Of.

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For the past four weeks at my church I’ve been teaching the children about the Parable of the Sower in Matthew 13.  Jesus tells the story about a farmer who sowed (planted) seed.  Some seeds fell along the path and the birds ate them up.  Some fell on rocky places where there wasn’t much soil, so even though a little plant started to grow, it quickly dried up since it didn’t have roots.  Some of the seed fell among thorns, which choked the plants.  Lastly, some seed actually fell in good soil and produced a great harvest 30, 60, and 100x what was planted in the first place.

Jesus goes on to explain that the seed is Continue reading →

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Epic Fail…lol

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