Back to Nature - Why we should protect and use Mother Earth΄s energy
7 May 2021 Estimated time: ~2 min.
In his book “Blinded by Science”, Matthew Silverstone writes that nature has a direct and very effective action in improving human health – and serious scientific studies support his theory.
Matthew Silverstone writes about the healing role of trees, for example, in many ailments, such as depression, stress, anxiety, various mental illnesses, loss of concentration, etc. A tree, willow in particular, has the ability to relieve severe headaches, just like a pill. And without side effects!
The explanation lies in the vibrational properties of plants and trees. Thus, when you touch a tree, you absorb its healing energy.
Russian researchers have found that each tree emits weak electromagnetic radiation, and when it resonates with a person, there is an exchange of energy with beneficial effects on health.
What diseases treat positive energy trees
Birch, apple, oak, also considered the king of forests, pine, maple, lime, ash and willow are trees with positive energy that you can embrace, even a few minutes to change your mood. So, if you are in a bad mood or depressed, hug an oak or an ash tree!
Tree therapy can alleviate headaches, remove the effects of stress, speed up metabolism, stimulate heart activity, increase immunity, normalize blood pressure, fight inflammatory processes and increase the amount of oxygen in the brain.
On the beach, in the garden or in the park, connect to the energy of the planet!
The Earth’s surface is charged with electrons that promote positive changes in health. In a study published by the US National Library of Medicine, researchers highlighted the many benefits of direct contact with the ground.
Thus, the quality of sleep is improved, and the stress and risk of cardiovascular diseases are reduced after 30 minutes of contact with the ground, over a period of eight weeks.
Earthing also has a positive impact on the body’s various biological clocks, rebalancing natural cycles.
Nature improves brain function
Time spent in nature increases your ability to concentrate and stimulates creativity. Moreover, it reduces the level of stress. Just a walk in the park or a hike in the woods, in any green area or even looking at a garden where greenery abounds reduces stress.
Not only by color (it is known that green calms and soothes) or by the beneficial energy of plants and trees, this happens, but also by the smell of nature. For example, the scent of roses, lilac or jasmine reduces stress and increases the degree of relaxation. In addition, the fresh smell of pine has been shown to alleviate depression and anxiety.
Flowers and ornamental plants increase positive energy levels and help people feel relaxed and safe.