New year opportunities


It’s a new year; a fresh start.

Perhaps your year began with a holiday in a peaceful location, a trip to the beach or a hike in a national park.

Why are these locations so appealing?

That’s because our bodies have evolved to resonate with the energies found in nature – the Schumann frequencies – which are generally around 7.8 Hz. These Schumann signals are found between the earth’s surface and the ionosphere and are generated by lightning strikes. They predate human life on Earth.

By contrast, man-made radiation emits a large number of frequencies that do not occur anywhere in nature. Many trigger biological changes that are not consistent with health, including stress. (You can find hundreds of these studies on this on our website.)

It’s no wonder we feel better when we’re surrounded by nature.

So what can you do?

It’s the perfect time for making new year resolutions, so why not include some resolutions about your family’s exposure to these man-made signals in 2023?

Here are some suggestions.

  • Spend more time in nature – camping, in a park, in the garden, at the beach – which helps counteract stress.

  • Spend more time engaging with people face to face than engaging with your devices.

  • De-radiate your home – get rid of wireless devices that you don‘t absolutely, absolutely need.

  • Choose radiation-free products and equipment for your home and family.

  • Encourage your kids to play, read, talk, bake, bike, walk, climb, plant, learn etc – rather than play on their devices.

  • Take up a new hobby. Learn something new. Volunteer. Occupy yourself with activities that will enhance your health, your joy of life, the well-being of your community, rather than devoting hour after hour to the internet.

Time is precious. 2023 will only come once.

Let’s resolve to make the most of it.

Information on Schumann Resonance: Schumann Resonances, a plausible biophysical mechanism for the human health effects of Solar/Geomagnetic Activity Neil Cherry Environmental Management and Design Division Lincoln University, Canterbury New Zealand, 2001,

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