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Grounding has become massive international movement that has revolutionized health and healing for many.
Grounding and earthing are becoming more and more mainstream by the day, but it wasn’t always this way for the man who brought the practice into existence.
What was the process of taking grounding away from the fringes, and into a more mainstream lifestyle?
What does grounding do for our bodies, immune and nervous systems?
How does the invention of plastics directly link to the health problems so many people are facing?
On this episode, I continue my conversation with grounding pioneer, Clint Ober.
He shares on what his grounding studies taught him, how grounding actually works and how we can all adopt it into our lifestyles.
We have insulated ourselves from the earth and lost our ground charge. When you
don’t have a ground, a lot of damage is created in your body.
– Clint Ober
Listen to the full episode:
At the start of this episode, Dr. Clint shares how he went about the process of getting studies to support the idea of grounding, and the resistance he faced from mainstream experts.
We talked about how the nervous system relates to grounding, and why the practice is so necessary in this day and age.
We also talked about how grounding beginners can adopt the practice into their daily lives.
We also discussed;
Clinton Ober is CEO of EarthFX Inc., a research and development company located in Palm Springs. He first learned of grounding when marketing and installing Cable TV systems in Billings, Montana in the early 1960’s. A decade later, he formed Telecrafter Corporation and built it into the largest provider of cable installation services in the United States. This company specialized in proper grounding of cable installations for safety and signal stability. In the 1980’s, he turned his attention to the developing computer industry and partnered with McGraw-Hill to distribute live digital news services, via cable, to PCs. This led to the development of the first cable modem and an increased awareness of the need for proper system grounding. Following a health challenge in 1995, he retired and embarked on a personal journey looking for a higher purpose in life. During his travels, he noticed people wearing plastic and rubber soled shoes that insulate the body from earth. He wondered if no longer being naturally grounded could affect us. The question led to an experiment that suggested grounding reduced pain and improved sleep. He developed a working hypothesis: Grounding normalizes functioning of all body systems (Corollary: The body utilizes the earth’s electrical potential to maintain its internal electrical stability for the normal functioning of all self-regulating and self-healing systems). Over the past eighteen years, he has supported a host of research studies that collectively demonstrate that grounding reduces inflammation and promotes normal functioning of all body systems.