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The Practice Of Grounding Explained.

The Practice Of Grounding at the beach

Many of you have heard the term "grounding" and there are so many legitimate conversations around what grounding is. I will share what the current collective understanding of what it means to ground or earth, then I will share what this means from the perspective I have gained from the healing work I do.

I will begin with the statement that we are electromagnetic beings. It's actually pretty fascinating how the body works. So, let's break that down even further. In each and every cell, every atom of your being, there exists extreme amounts of electricity that produce a biomagnetic field. This field is produced by the opposing electrical currents that are constantly in motion within us, keeping us alive. It is like we are all these self charging batteries. These biomagnetic fields interact with all of the other magnetic fields on the planet and of the planet.

Benefits Of Grounding

When we ground, whether through direct contact of our bare skin to earth, through the use of a grounding mat, or other grounding tools, we are essentially reconnecting to electromagnetic energy of earth. There have been studies done to measure the bodies responses to grounding/earthing. Here are some

  • Reduced stress and tension in the body

  • Lower blood pressure

  • Improved immunity

  • Better rest

  • Reduced anxiety

  • Reduced inflammation and chronic pain

A Clairvoyant Perspective

As you can see, this simple and mostly free practice of grounding has so many benefits. However, there are instances whether through physical or emotional trauma, that cause us to be unable to connect to ourselves, let alone the earth. In these cases, it is important to find and treat the root cause of what is prohibiting someone from fully connecting. I find these root causes are usually imbedded in the grounding circuit of an individual, which, from what I have observed, is the earth star, the root, sacral, and/or solar plexus chakra. Here are just some indicators of not being grounded:

  • Scattered thinking/Inability to focus

  • Dizziness/Lightheadedness

  • Confusion

  • Anxiety/Paranoia

  • Restlessness

  • Insomnia

  • Depression

  • Lethargy

  • Clumsiness

  • Lack of trust

  • Disconnectedness from self and others

  • Lacking motivation or sense of purpose

There are plenty of times in my life I have found it difficult to ground. I would walk on the beach barefoot, take a dip in the ocean, dance, so many things, but I sensed there was more going on. This caused me to ask more questions, about the cause of both my internal feelings and external manifestations of depression, disconnectedness, and other things I was experiencing. I wanted to truly understand what was going on and how to really heal. Every teacher had a different theory on the matter so, I began to turn inward to find the solutions for myself and my community. It was as if my spirit, my guides were like, "finally, she gets it." The insight began pouring in and has shifted me in so many ways, and as a result my practice. So, if you are experiencing anything on this list know, you are not alone and here are some tools. Try them and see what works for you.


  • Taking a walk, whether on the beach or otherwise, is a great way to ground and reconnect.

  • Floatation Rest is another great way to reconnect with you. Check out one of my favorite spas by clicking here.

  • Check out a grounding frequency meditation I put together here.

Grounding or earthing may just be one of the simplest, and most necessary actions to incorporate into our self love routines. So, however you choose to explore this practice, I encourage you to make it routine, and begin to notice how you feel before you begin your grounding practice, then how you feel after. And if you feel inspired to share, I am here for it. Happy grounding.

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