Examples of well-known damaging effects of energy to the body include:
Possible sources of damaging energy to the unborn or young child include household currents and fields (cordless phones, wireless, appliances), incoming information carrying radio waves (cell phone and radio/TV broadcasting), light and noise (night light, street lights, traffic, heat pumps).
According to Dr. Klinghardt, two parameters that determine and predict the future health of a child are as follows:
Known biomedical effects include:
Environmental toxicity in the home may be framed multi-dimensionally over five levels.
The first level, the physical level, is the world of toxicity, he explained. For example, the ground may be off-gassing toxins which may enter the house and cause cancer in vulnerable individuals. The apartment may be downwind from a golf course accumulating pesticides used to perfect the lawn, leading to breast or prostate cancer. What kinds of toxins exist, and how do we choose the materials that are least toxic? For example, flame retardants are everywhere, including clothing and furniture. Fat soluble toxins, PBDEï¿½s, attach to our lipid membranes and our body becomes toxic. Breast milk is very toxic and childhood nervous disorders are rising.
The trend in the US is to make the building process cheaper and cheaper for the biggest profit. This has not been the case in other countries, but this trend is now even being followed in Europe.
The second level is the electromagnetic level. The home may be located too close to a present or future cell phone tower and cause hyperactivity in a young child. The wireless network of your neighbor may be causing your insomnia.
The second level includes the electric power lines that come into our houses. Fields from cell phones, television, and radio are not compatible with human lives. Our stress level has dramatically increased compared to fifty years ago and electric power lines are a contributor. The U.S. is the only country that has no rules for electrical wiring, said Dr. Klinghardt. Learning disorders, autism, eczema, hyperactivity and asthma may all be helped by changing the position of the bed away from power lines. Because outlets give off electricity even when they are not being used, it may be helpful to turn off the bedroom fuses at night.
The third level is the mental level. The home may be affected by the mental issues and consciousness level of the previous owners, creating insomnia for the next owners, bouts of depression or other unexplained states of un-wellbeing, or it may be too close to the busy thinking-world of the inner city. The mental field may also be determined by people who lived in the house before, whose mental states hang in each room. This mental field may perpetuate depressed or happy states. A contributing factor to insomnia is household clutter. It is important to keep a zen-like environment in the bedroom, and use organic cotton bed sheets. Non-organic cotton has become full of insecticides and is very toxic.
The fourth level is the dream world. The unseen needs to be seen, acknowledged and honored. The home may be on an Indian burial ground, for example, or a place of past trauma and haunted. The new owners may experience a series of accidents, illnesses, depression, violence and more ï¿½ until they leave.
The fifth level is the level of spirit. When a home is blessed or the piece of earth that is underneath is blessed, then everyone in the house will benefit from it in one way or another.
Tissues most affected by electromagnetic energy are
reproductive tissue and breast tissue, leading to miscarriage and
infertility, endocrine tissues and neurological tissue. There are
higher rates of development of leukemia and bone marrow cancers when
people live in close proximity to electrical stations. People develop
headaches when they sleep around electromagnetic fields. Chronic
insomnia improves by modifying fields. Non-diabetic peripheral
neuropathy may come from nerves sensitized by long-term exposure to
electric fields. Migraines may come from brain sensitization.
Recognition, acknowledgement and resolution of the problem will often
make a major contribution to the clientï¿½s recovery from chronic
illness, business and relationship failure, repeated inadvertent events
and other issues.