The Earthing Movie

The Remarkable Science Of Grounding

is a documentary that reveals the scientific phenomenon of how we can heal our bodies by doing the simplest thing that a person can do… standing barefoot on the earth.

Earthing Movie The Remarkable Science Of Grounding

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AWARD WINNING FILMMAKERS

JOSH AND REBECCA TICKELL

TAKE YOU ON A SURPRISING HEALING JOURNEY TO DISCOVER AND SHARE THE POWER OF GROUNDING ALONGSIDE

AUTHOR

DEEPAK CHOPRA

ACTORS

AMY SMART

MARIEL HEMINGWAY

"EARTHING" PIONEER

CLINT OBER

“The Earthing Movie: The Remarkable Science of Grounding” is directed by Sundance Award-Winning filmmakers Josh and Rebecca Tickell (The Big Fix, FUEL, etc).

This is a feature-length documentary based on their viral short film entitled ‘Down To Earth,’ that reveals the scientific phenomenon of how we can heal our bodies by doing the simplest thing that a person can do…standing barefoot on the earth.

The winner of the Audience Award for Best Documentary at Dances With Films Festival, the film shares the Tickell family’s journey with the healing power of grounding, aka earthing, and the people they met and learned from along the way; featuring grounding pioneer Clint Ober, author Deepak Chopra M.D., actress/activist Amy Smart, author/activist Mariel Hemingway, cardiologist Dr. Stephen Sinatra, renowned healer Dr Joseph Mercola, engineer and physicist Gaetan Chevalier, PhD. and many others.

WHAT ON EARTH IS EARTHING? | EASY GROUNDING TECHNIQUES

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What on Earth is Earthing? You’re probably asking yourself this if you’ve never heard of the term before. It may sound a bit out of this world, but the art of earthing is one you should begin developing immediately.

Many new-age concepts have popularized earthing, making it a new, yet not-so-new phenomenon. It’s gained a pop-culture following as well. Creating a high-earning industry that helps one become more connected with the Earth.

Allow me to help debunk some of the mysticism that shrouds earthing. I intend for you to leave with a better understanding of the art of earthing. But not before leaving you a few guaranteed-to-work techniques to try!

So join me my fellow Earthlings, and let’s begin to explore what on Earth, earthing is.

What is Earthing?

Earthing is the process of grounding, shielding, and protecting your energy using the Earth’s electromagnetic rays. This is achieved through connecting to the Earth’s chakra and rooting yourself to feel more stable and less flighty.

Earthing is a simple process and feels natural once you develop a regular habit. There are so many ways to tap into this grounding energy. I will be providing you later with easy techniques, but always follow your own intuitive guidance system.

 

Earthing (also known as grounding) refers to contact with the Earth’s surface electrons by walking barefoot outside or sitting, working, or sleeping indoors connected to conductive systems, some of them patented, that transfer the energy from the ground into the body.

 

Since you are an electromagnetic being, you have the ability to tap into the Earth’s electromagnetic waves, to use its energy to raise your frequency and vibration.

Your body is a supercomputer. You are a fully wired, but not-so-fully functioning CPU. Inside of your body is what is called line meridians. These meridians work in conjunction with your body’s chakra system. I will talk more about chakras and meridians in future posts.

To complete this beautiful package called “You”, your pineal gland acts as an antenna. This antenna sends waves of electromagnetic energy throughout your body. These frequencies of energy have the ability to heal, open your psychic gifts and raise your vibration.

In electrical engineering, and according to Wikipedia, ground or earth is the reference point in an electrical circuit from which voltages are measured, a common return path for electric current, or a direct physical connection to the earth. The isolation that could be created by each transformer is defeated by always having one leg of the transformers grounded

While this may sound a little strange, to compare oneself to an electrical circuit. I’m proud to say, this my friend, is your truth. You are a highly-powered operating machine, waiting to perform at optimal capacity.

This form of science is new to the Western world and is called metaphysics. There are tons of books on metaphysics, but to get you started read The Kybalion, or I suggest you conduct your own research and see where the topic takes you.

The practice of earthing has been around since ancient man. Our ancestors understood the value of using the Earth’s electromagnetic properties. More recently within the past 40 years, the term earthing had been coined in Western culture.

Now, earthing has become so popular you can find spiritual teachers such as Deepak Chopra and even the actress Gwyneth Paltrow discusses earthing on her popular site GOOP.

Earthing is the equivalent of grounding. Becoming more grounded allows you to be more centered, focused, and energetic throughout your day.

Benefits of Earthing

The benefits behind earthing are endless. And by endless, I mean, you have a unique energetic pattern that will produce personal effects from consistent grounding. How your body receives benefits is based on how your Spirit dictates. Think of this as your personal spiritual healing gift. We all have them, whether you utilize them or not, is your choice.

There are a few benefits to expect when you develop a consistent grounding routine. Some benefits will appear in your life sooner than others. My back pain sufferers read on!

 

Benefits include:

  • Feeling more grounded and less scattered mentally
  • Reduces back pain and general aches and pains in the body
  • Protects your auric field against energetic attacks such as “the evil eye
  • Raises your vibration and frequency
  • Opens your creative gifts
  • Balances your chakra portals
  • Provides vitality and feeling more energetic
  • Anchors you to the Earth’s energetic core
  • Develops confidence, sense of belongingness, personal knowing

Our ancient ancestors honored the Earth for thousands of years. Throughout time, the Earth’s energy has been called many names. Deities such as Gaia or Mother Earth are more common names that we know today. Over time, the Earth has also been known as:

 
  • Pachamama
  • Mawu
  • Demeter
  • Persephone
  • Rhea
  • Terra
  • Tiamat
  • Geb
  • Hou Tu Niang Niang
  • Bhumi
  • Kishar
  • Spenta Armaiti
  • Joro
  • Ceres
  • Papatuanuku

These are only but a few names of the Great Mother Earth spanning from so many different cultures. Each with its own traditions, customs, and rituals to honor the Earth.

Some of the most powerful beings on this planet who diligently maintain our Earth are the Fae (aka Faries). Fairies are magical elemental beings that are responsible for keeping our Earth happy, and they are not happy when we make their jobs harder.

The biggest part of earthing is sharing gratitude and appreciation for the abundance this planet provides. If you’ve been meaning to create a new practice for gratitude, try earthing.

When you earth, you not only tap into the Earth’s electromagnetic rays, but you also attune yourself to what the Earth is feeling. You begin to tap into that center of love that resonates through to the soul level.

The healing effects of earthing are boundless. You’ll begin to feel a sense of belongingness.

It is time to learn some easy grounding techniques that are sure to have you earthing in the right way.

Grounding technique # 1 – Start getting dirty!

Okay, well not literally. What I mean by getting dirty is allowing yourself to interact with soil, the Earth, and dirt itself. There are many ways to do this, so explore some of the following techniques and stick to what works for you.

Start getting dirty by planting seeds of your choice into a flowerpot or directly into the Earth. Use fresh soil. As you work with the dirt, connect with the Earth’s energy. Imagine your energy becoming grounded and rooted.

 Another way to get dirty is by standing outside with your bare feet for several minutes. Place your feet onto the roots of a tree for an added boost. If you cannot do this comfortably outside, you can fill a bucket with dirt and follow the same steps indoors.   

Visualize the energy radiating up your legs through your feet. This is an excellent technique if you suffer from lower back pain, flightiness or stress. The bare contact of your feet onto Earth gives a direct exchange of its pleasant energies.

Grounding technique # 2 – Remaining hydrated.

As ironic as it may seem, staying hydrated is a top technique to remaining grounded. Our bodies are comprised of electrons and water is the best conduit for electrons. Drinking water helps to decalcify the pineal gland, clears toxins from your digestive tract, and aids in bloating and weight loss.

Switch up your water intake by adding chlorophyll. Read the restrictive usage warning before taking. Chlorophyll helps to clean the blood and is related to the ancient deity Ausar.

Adding a small amount to my water is my go-to remedy for glowing, radiant skin.

Head of the God Osiris, ca. 595–525 B.C.E. Brooklyn Museum

Be sure to drink clean quality water. I particularly like treating myself to this brand that is StarFire water. It feels electrically charged when I drink it. I even use it for special offerings after I bless and consecrate it for my rituals.

Take spiritual baths to ensure your aura remains hydrated as well.

Remember, as above, so below. What we do to aid the physical body, we should support with aid to the spiritual body as well.

 

Grounding technique # 3 – Get moving.

You’ve most likely learned about kinetic energy in grade school. Kinetic energy relates to physics, the form of a person or object being in motion. The basis of kinetic energy is to transfer an energetic current from one point to another. This energy transfer then allows for the person or object to move.

When you move, you send transmissions of energy waves throughout your body. These transmissions are conducted through your body’s energy meridians.

Consistent movement can lead to unblocking your chakras, improved energy, and quality of sleep. It’s no secret that exercising releases endorphins and increases happiness.

Get your body moving at least once a day. This can be done in the form of a brisk walk, stretching, dancing, cardio, weight training, or any form of movement. It could be a sport that you like playing also, the key is to move!

Aim for 30 mins to 1 hour of exercise daily. Identify the time of day that works best for you. I love stretching before bed to release the stress from the day. However, I prefer doing my cardio or strength training earlier on. Sometimes I will split the day by doing a 20 min workout in the am and 20 mins of stretching in the evening. I follow this up with mediation.

 

Grounding technique # 4 – Meditation and Mudras

Mudras are powerful hand poses used in Eastern spirituality. Mudras are hand techniques that require the placement of your fingers in different positions. This activates energy portals within the body. Mudras are best when used in conjunction with meditation. It is also a top-notch way to maximize the benefits of your meditation.

And wait a minute, speaking of meditation…when is the last time you’ve meditated?? Now, be honest. Well, if you haven’t recently, check this out!

Begin including mudras into your meditations, they are a great way to add variety to your practice.

Mudras have exponential benefactors, but for the sake of focusing on grounding, the following mudras are best to try.

Chinmaya Mudra – encourages supreme awareness, grounding and safety, invites in wisdom and knowledge.      

Gyan Jnana Mudra – improves the ability to concentrate, helps to reduce stress and depression, as well as invites in knowledge and balances the emotions.

How often should you use these mudras, you ask?

ry for 15 mins 2x a day or 45 mins per day.

If you find mudras interesting, download this free app called Mudras. It offers various mudras to work with during your next meditation.