I first came to know the term “grounding” when I was first introduced to meditation. Through several years of basic meditation practice, I know how to ground myself, but this is purely mental and I was not doing the actual grounding.
However, when I’ve read Trevor Blake’s Three Simple Steps, he mentioned in the book to ground.
Yes, it’s similar to meditation, but he took one step further by walking barefoot on the ground, sand or grass. He said it’s an amazing feeling, and I have to agree because I’m doing it almost every day walking barefoot in the backyard.
Trevor Blake mentioned he is well-connected with nature when he does that, and again I can relate to that one. Until, I’ve watched Dr. Stephen Sinatra‘s presentation about grounding, I was astounded by the information he had shared.
He presented grounding in details on how it helps with one’s health and wellness especially those men and women who suffer from high-blood pressure.
Dr. Sinatra’s Grounding/Earthing Presentation
Here is Dr. Sinatra video presentation. This video is created by LongevityNowConference.com, and it’s presented in 3 parts, but you just have to click the PLAY button once and subsequent videos will play one after the other.
The information shared by Dr. Sinatra in this video are truly helpful, plus they’re natural and if you want to try it, there are no side effects. The only thing that’s required is your time and willingness to apply it.
Additional Benefits of Grounding
Dr. Thomas Cowan, MD, author of the book Human Heart, Cosmic Heart mentioned that grounding is beneficial to the heart. In an interview with Dr. Mercola, he mentioned that there are three things that help the blood circulate easily throughout the body.
These three things are; sunlight, grounding, and human touch. I was pretty intrigued on he says and his book has lots of interesting information, too.