The EMF Problem

We are energy beings, living in an energy universe, with which we are continually interacting. Some of these energetic interactions are supportive, others disruptive. Most are unconscious and not even necessary for our well-being.

The United States is wired with half a million miles of high voltage power lines. For communications and cell phones, we depend on 250,000 micro-wave relay links. Nine million broadcasting transmitters and 30 million CB radios flood our airwaves. U.S. industry employs many electromagnetic devices. We relax in the electronic phosphorescence of more than 125 million TV sets. As the years progress, these numbers are increasing dramatically.

EMF (electromagnetic frequency) radiation, the by-product of this explosion of electronic technology, is causing a newly recognized form of environmental pollution - Toxic background energy. (TBE) affecting the health of people all over the world. It consists of radiation emitted from millions of domestic appliances, military installations, industrial machines, computers, radio and television transmitters and all other electrically powered devices. The problem is of overwhelming proportions!

Compounding this problem, all metallic objects, such as electrical circuits, telephone wiring, water and gas pipes, even the metal objects we carry on our bodies (keys, watches, jewelry, etc.) act as antennae, which collect and re-radiate these disorienting energy waves, creating an effect that can profoundly alter the natural polarities of the body's energy field.

Continuous bombardment by EMF waves distorts the natural, necessary information flow that is vital to our individual energy systems. These waves also tend to entrain us. Entrainment, or sympathetic resonance, is the tendency of an object to vibrate at the same frequency as an external stimulus. When we become entrained to any external frequency, we lose the integrity of our natural inner frequencies, which then distorts the natural rhythms of the body's various systems and can lead to disease.