Filmed on 21 January 2018
- VIDEO BY ALICE
- SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
- Mudra to Clear an Artificial EMF Field from the Heart Chakra
- MIGHT IT BE THAT ARTIFICIAL ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AFFECT THE HEART, BLOOD CIRCULATION, AND COGNITION?
- I PROPOSE A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY ON LIFETIME DIFFERENTIALS FOR PEOPLE USING, AND NOT USING, ELECTRONICS
Here is a mudra to clear the heart chakra of artificial electromagnetic field interference (EMF) caused by other people nearby using smartphones or possibly laptops, desktops, or cell phones … whether or not you’re affected by this depends on your light quotient, I feel.
Some people are what the World Health Organization (see below) terms ‘EMF Hypersensitive’ … another, more positive name for this is ‘lightworkers’. These people are especially sensitive to emissions from electronics, and so they are more likely to make use of this mudra than other folks.
There’s a lightly edited Summary after the video.
VIDEO BY ALICE
SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
So this is to repair damage to the electromagnetic field of the heart chakra caused by other people nearby using smartphones or possibly laptops, desktops, or cell phones. The best thing to do, is to get away from the smartphone or handheld; but if you’re nearby, try to get as far away as possible.
And then you can use this mudra to help shield the heart energy, so that it can repair itself.
You see, the two hands are about 4 inches apart, palm down, at about the level of the heart chakra …
… scanning slowly up and down the chest, like this, interfering with the artificial electromagnetic waves of the smartphone …
So then, as soon as possible, it’s good to get outside, and into the sunlight, if possible. And if not into the sunlight, at least into the fresh air. And then, the heart will heal itself. That’s it’s job; that’s the job of the body elementals of the heart.
RESEARCH ON ELECTROMAGNETIC HYPERSENSITIVITY, ARTIFICIAL ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS, AND CANCER
Link: “Electromagnetic fields and public health: Backgrounder,” December 2005, by the World Health Organization, http://www.who.int/peh-emf/publications/facts/fs296/en/ ..
As yet, I find it hard to reconcile the openness and positivity of the WHO article with the negative stance of the Wikipedia article on the same topic. I qualify the Wikipedia information as harshly hostile to this developing science, which as yet affects but a small percentage of the population.This makes me wonder if a legal stance, or possibly an economic stance, might be an underlying factor in the Wikipedia article? It’s a bit of a mystery …
Link: “Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity,” in Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_hypersensitivity ..