Saturday, November 5, 2011

Sleeping Position

Sleeping Position
Baron Von Reichenbach had found that his sensitive subject were greatly agitated when they slept with their heads towards Earth’s geographical South. When they changed their position so that the head was towards the North and feet to South they felt much better and slept well.

Jhon C. Pierrakos, in his paper “The Energy Field in Man and Nature”, writes that crystals pulsate at different rates depending upon their orientation to the geographical points.

Pierrakos has written that “When the leading edge of a quartz crystal is pointed to the south the pulsatory rate is approximately 9 per minute, when pointed to the west its rate is 6 per minute. It is 4 per minute when pointed North and increases to 14 per minute when pointed East.

The fact that the crystal pulsates at a minimum frequently when pointing North (4 per minute) explain why sensitive find that sleep is best when the head points North and the feet South. The head requires the cooling, soothing radiation of the North. When the head is towards that Earth’s North’s pole cerebral electrical activity will be slowed down and death, theta and alfa waves (1 cycle per second to 30 cps) will predominate, resulting in a peaceful sleep.

However if the bed and room are in manner in which it is not possible to sleep with the head in the northward direction a flat medium powered magnet should be placed beneath the pillow with its South pole facing upwards during the night. If the chromomagnet is used, the blue part should face upwards.

The GMF intensity is maximum at the polar region. Dr. A. Bart Flick, an orthopedic surgeon and researchers in biomagnetism, in a letters to us, vividly describes the feelings he experience while at the South Pole. Then he writes…

“The year I lived at the South Pole (Antarctica) I recall a ‘feeling of aging’ or greatly accelerated time, more so than I had experience to date in my life. It seemed like I lived several years for the one I was there. I felt several years older…”

It would be interesting to note the experience of one who has spent a considerable period at the Earth’s North Pole. It would probably an inhibitory effect, more soothing to the system.

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