When our body touches the earth (our skin acting like a conductor), a transfer of electrons occurs, which neutralizes positively charged electrons (free radicals) in our bodies. Free radicals cause damage in our bodies as they roam around looking for their missing negative electron. When we connect skin to earth, the negative electrons from earth, neutralizes the positive electrons in our body, which then allows our body to self regulate, heal and rejuvenate itself, leaving us feeling more energized with less aches and pains.
Our pets can have such a positive impact on our lives. But owning and caring for a pet also impacts our environment. This month we look at how we can bring more sustainability to pet ownership, with just a few simple steps.
The A Year for Earth series is all about making small, consistent and sustainable changes which add up to big results, so this month I am challenging you in the areas that I think will have the biggest impact on your health and the health of our planet.
In our series of monthly challenges we are looking for small changes we can make to align ourselves with nature, and thereby make a difference for our Earth, and ourselves too. As we enter into the warmer part of our year, let's have a look at how we can better align our outdoor spaces with our well-being and out planet's too.
Once you've cleared up that stuck energy, you might feel inspired to tackle some of that physical clutter. And that's where these three methods come in. Choose the one that best fits your personality, mood and schedule (and these can vary from one day to the next):