Geopathic Stress Vastu

What is Geopathic Stress?

Geopathic stress is the effect of detrimental earth radiation and electromagnetic radiation on the health of your body.(Effects the functional communications related to any part of the human body The Earth has a natural magnetic field; it acts as though it has a large magnet at its center. ts core, thereby producing a magnetic field. When the natural radiations which rise up through the earth are distorted by weak electromagnetic fields created by subterranean running water, sewers, drains, certain mineral concentrations, fault lines and underground cavities.


(Geological structures. Even the distinct human bones also give rise to electromagnetic radiations is called "SALYA") Natural radiation disturbed in this way can become harmful to humans. Mining can cause man-made disturbances to the earth's magnetic field, foundations for tall buildings, quarrying, underground transport systems, and public utilities (sewage, water and so on). Geopathic Stress is a term used to describe the cause of many different illnesses which are frequently stress related and difficult to diagnose BY ORDINARY INSTRUMENTS as they are invisible.

More often than not, the cause stems from magnetic energy disruptions within our homes or workplace. Geopathic stress is caused by one of three main magnetic energy sources working in isolation or together. Underground water-flows beneath a property or structure. When a structure is built above underground water, the natural magnetic flow of the water energy is restricted, and disruptive vibrations are set up in the building. Thus, if we sleep above these flows, over a period of time, the body's resistance can be affected, leading to stress and subsequent illness due to decrease in immunity.

It is vitally important for a human-made structure to honour and make connections with the physical environment.This creates stability, acceptance by the spirit of the land, and very real anchor lines which allow energy flow between the structure and surrounding landscape.