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Reconnect with the Schumann Resonance for Optimum Health

How the Earth’s ‘heartbeat’ is the key to natural health


This ‘heartbeat’ is a frequency that the Earth emits – as a result of 50 bursts of lightning flashing around the world at any given moment. It’s called the Schumann resonance… named after the scientist who discovered it:  Winfried Schumann.

Because this low pulsating frequency (7.83 Hz) has been present since day one, every creature on Earth has evolved with a dependence to it.

Scientific research has proven our need for the Earth’s heartbeat.

Professor R. Wever from the Max Planck Institute for Behavioural Physiology in Erling-Andechs, built an underground bunker which completely screened out the Schumann resonance. Student volunteers lived there for four weeks in this hermetically sealed environment.

Professor Wever noted that the student’s circadian rhythms diverged and that they suffered emotional distress and migraine headaches. As they were young and healthy, no serious health conditions arose… which wouldn’t have been the case with older people or people with a weaker immune system.

After only a brief exposure to 7.8 Hz (the very frequency which had been screened out), the volunteers health stabilized again.

It was this study that lead to the cure of “space sickness” – a feeling of nausea and headaches that early astronauts had been complaining about.  To fix this, artificial Schumann Resonators were installed into every space craft, and still are to this day.

It is no coincidence that the frequency of the Schumann resonance (7.83Hz) is the same frequency of our brainwaves when it’s in the Alpha state. The Alpha brainwave state has many benefits such as

  • Improved ability to learn,
  • significantly reduced anxiety and stress levels,
  • A high state of peak performance and mental processing,
  • Strengthened immune system,
  • Enhanced problem solving
  • Free-flowing creativity,
  • Positive state of mind
  • Better Emotional Stability
  • Relaxed body and mind

How has our most optimum brainwave state evolved to synchronize with the same frequency as the Schumann resonance?

Through a phenomenon called entrainment (not entertainment).

A basic definition of entrainment is when a stronger rhythm, causes another rhythm to vibrate in harmony with it.

It’s a law of Physics. When two objects are entrained with each other, they expend less energy.

On an atomic level, everything vibrates at different frequencies – including our body and biological rhythms.

Unfortunately, our body can also be entrained to foreign frequencies. Because the modern day living is saturated with electromagnetic frequency (EMF) radiation, our ability to connect with the Schumann resonance is drowned out.

This is where long list of common and serious diseases can manifest.

When parts of the body become diseased, it’s because our cells are no longer vibrating at their prime natural resonant frequency.

With some cases, this problem can be treated – with a re-connection to the Schumann resonance.

So how do you re-connect with the Schumann resonance?

One way is to spend time in nature – as far away from cell phone towers, power lines, and your cell phone… anything electronic.

We all know of that refreshing feeling when we’re out in nature. Our bodies tend to naturally relax. We experience greater peace and balance. We feel renewed. That’s because, in nature, our bodies become entrained with the Schumann resonance.

But get the full experience… especially is you are short on time; you need to experience it bare foot.

Its called ‘grounding‘.

The reason you need to be bare foot is because the soles of your shoes are made from rubber – they block the Schumann resonance because rubber doesn’t  conduct electricity.

Ideally, its best to walk bare-foot in wet grass or wet sand because water has a high electrical conductivity.

Alternatively, you can listen to the Schumann resonance with headphones (not Bluetooth headphones).

Using headphones are highly effective because the ear is connected to the beginning of the Vagus nerve (your most expansive nerve) which is directly connected to all your major organs. The word ‘Vagus’ means ‘wander’ because it wanders all over the body.

So if you’re ever feeling burned out, having trouble sleeping, plagued with headaches or can’t think straight – take some time to meditate while you connect with the Earth’s heartbeat.

Natural Synergy has a groundbreaking app that not only features a Schumann resonance recording, but also a mixing feature where you can mix the Schumann resonance with sounds of nature like the soft lapping of waves at the beach, or the sounds of whales singing or the majestic sounds of the rain forest. This is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this app’s long list of therapeutic benefits.

The You can check out the Natural Synergy app here 

Long term exposure to man-made frequencies (EMF) are a leading cause of common ailments. Some of these disease need a more hands-on approach for instant relief.

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The Cascading Effects of Anger

Anger can be a poisonous emotion


Much like how a smile can be infectious… so can anger. By letting negative emotions get the better of you; it fans the embers of negativity around people close to you as well.

Depending on your temperance, life is full of anger triggers. Yet even the most placid person can have their limits pushed – ask any parent. Add an unreasonable employer into the mix, and combine that with a new diet (“hangry”) and then try to drive home in rush hour traffic and see what happens.

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Some people don’t even realize they have been poisoning themselves with anger. It only takes a micro moment to shout out a four letter word – such as your favorite team fumbling the ball, or your internet freezing when you need to urgently send an email, or when somebody won’t let you change lanes on the motorway.

You don’t even need to shout out in anger… muttering profanities under your breath or playing out a negative scenario in your head (like telling your boss what you think of him) is just as detrimental.

These angry emotions wreck havoc on your heart. Countless studies have proven that anger triggers the body’s “fight or flight” response (an evolutionary response from our cavemen ancestors) which floods the body with adrenaline and cortisol (the primary stress hormone).

Stress also triggers this “fight or flight” response.

But when your body is constantly subjected to spikes in cortisol; the long term heath dangers can be severe.

The most dangerous health issue is how cortisol causes calcification of the heart and arteries. This has a cascading effect which triggers carbohydrate cravings which cause insulin resistance (high blood sugar levels) and obesity. Insulin resistance and obesity is the catalyst for type-2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome and high blood pressure. From there; problems with low immunity, bone density and reduced libido can be expected.

Now if you didn’t realize the root cause of these diseases (anger, stress), your first reaction would be to seek medical advice; your doctor would prescribe you medication.

High blood pressure meds have terrible side effects which only make matters worse by creating new ailments – which require more drugs.

Controlling your Anger

Anger is often a gateway to stress. If you have better control of your anger, the less likely you are to become stressed.

Meditation is an incredible tool for combating anger issues as well as stress. So if you’re a cool headed yet burdened by the stress of your responsibilities; taking time out of the day to decompress with meditation will do wonders for your health.

If you have ever tried meditation, you will have noticed that breathing exercises are an important part of the activity. This is because certain breathing techniques will lower your heart rate and regress your brainwaves to a calmer state.

But if sitting in the lotus position chanting “OM” isn’t your thing; simple breathing exercises while you sit at your desk while trying to clear you mind of thoughts will have a huge impact on you state of mind and mood.

Be mindful of “first world problems”

Try to look at things from a broader picture. Journaling is a great way to prevent bottling-up your anger. And it also highlights the fact that things “aren’t so bad”; especially when you compare your problems to people from disadvantaged countries.

First world problem: My wife used up most of the hot water – now I can only have a short, luke-warm shower.

Third world problem: Billions of people have never experienced a hot shower.

First world problem: It takes forever to get home in rush hour traffic.

Third world problem: Billions of people don’t have a car, or a nice place to come home to… let alone a decent job to come home from.

So when you notice you are in a bad mood; try doing your breathing exercises at your desk.  If you have trouble clearing your mind; try thinking of all the things you are grateful for instead.

If controlling your anger is a constant battle; remember that popping a pill (sedatives, anti –depression meds) often leads to serious side effects down the road.

Although meditation can seem difficult to begin with, the health benefits are immense.

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