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Geopathic Stress: Feeling Sick & Tired in Your House

A powerful way to shift the energy of a house, office, or building is to check for underground water that flows underneath the building. This flow is called geopathic stress because it comes naturally from the earth and her flow of water but can create stress to people that live there.

The problem arises because the energy of underground water rises like a curtain of energy up into the house and can create emotional and other issues for inhabitants. Diseases, cancer, emotional imbalance, and even mental illness can be aggravated or traced to strong forces of water flowing underneath the building where we spend time, sleep, work, or visit. These conditions create distortions in the electro-magnetic fields of energy in the home and in our bodies.

I have had numerous experiences in my own and client’s houses and buildings of shifting the energy by making correctives (usually copper wire) that block any distorted energy flow. As an empath that is sensitive to energy, I have felt significant energy shifts. I have felt huge buildings settle as if it were now relaxed and calm. Many of my clients have sensed a significant shift as well—sometimes directly in a strong way and other times in subtle ways such as the house feels better or behaviors of people have unexpectedly improved.

The corrective copper wire I use blocks the energy of the flowing water from entering the space. I work with the elementals to shift the flow below and above the building. This allows the energy of the water and any memory it carries (emotions, trauma, pollution, violence) with it from other places to be blocked from entering the space.

You can learn about how to make geopathic correctives yourself or contact me for mentorship or consultation. My home-base is Vancouver, Washington near Portland, Oregon.

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A great resource for this process is the book by my teacher: How to Harmonize and Balance the Energy Around Your Home: The Beginner’s Guide to Geopathic Clearing for your Home by Richard F. Bryant.

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