Geopathic Stress can be defined as the distortion of the earth’s magnetic field, which may be caused by naturally occurring physical features in the earth, such as underground streams, or due to changes introduced by man, e.g. laying pipes, underground tunnels or digging foundations for new buildings.

Here are a few facts you may not know:

1. Geopathic stress is strongest at night, particularly between 2-3am, when there’s a full moon, or just before a storm (Geopathology).

2. Spending time on Geopathic Stress lines, particularly when sleeping, can cause a weakening of the immune system which can lead to serious illnesses.

3. Children are extremely sensitive to Geopathic Stress and instinctively avoid it if they can.  If sleeping on it, there are a number of possible consequences, they could have repeated nightmares, have difficulty sleeping, waking between 2-3am or turn in bed (like a clock).  They could also grind their teeth, develop eczema and/or allergies or have behavioural issues or difficulty concentrating.

4. According to research by Rolf Gordon, in many cases where children have been diagnosed with autism, the mother has been sleeping on a geopathic stress line during pregnancy.

5. Adults, often wake feeling fuzzy, heavy or with a headache, have difficulty sleeping or develop random body aches and pains

6. Research has shown that 92% of all cancer patients have been sleeping in geopathically stressed zones (Dr. Hans Napier, Cancer Specialist).

7. Ants, spiders, and mosquitoes make their way into our homes following geopathic stress lines. Ants will build their nests year after year at the same spot on a geopathic stress line.

8. Cats love to sleep on Geopathic Stress.   If your cat’s favourite sleeping spot is on your bed, then you need to be sleeping elsewhere! Bees and wasps love these lines too. Dogs, cows and horses avoid it.

9. Clutter usually builds up on Geopathic Stress lines and cracks can appear inside or outside your home.

10. Most plants will not grow well on a Geopathic Stress line.  Evergreens like holly, pines and ivy, though can flourish. Trees can grow on strange angles and develop growths on their trunks if affected.