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The basics of geobiology for habitat

The place where we live influences our well-being, and a form of study aims to analyze this relationship between the environment and man: Geobiology. This practice, sometimes called “Habitat Medicine”, aims to determine the sources of potential harmful waves in a place and to neutralize them. A real way of life for some, pseudo-science for others, let’s discover the various facets of geobiology.

If you do not feel comfortable at home, if you want to be sure that the land you are purchasing is conducive to a peaceful family life, or if you want to ensure that your next work will improve your daily life, you can resort to Housing Medicine.

This practice, more commonly called geobiology, consists of flushing out the negative waves of a place to better make them disappear. We tell you everything about this new form of environmental study.

What is Geobiology?

If we stick to its etymology, geobiology is the study of living things (biology) and the Earth (geography). It would therefore be a question of understanding the relationship between living beings and the earth, understood as the place where they live. It is a current study that starts from the principle that waves – which can be magnetic or electric in particular – pollute our interiors and that they therefore have a negative influence on the well-being of individuals.

The dangers of these nuisances come, according to geobiologists, from the fact that they are completely invisible, but that they can cause various pathologies, ranging from simple increased fatigue to unexplained chronic discomfort. Geobiology therefore aims to clean up a person’s living or working environment to improve their well-being, to detect potential areas in which disturbances are too powerful, and therefore to promote access to daily life. without nuisance.

Understanding the environment around us

Each person will experience a different feeling in the same place, and this is sometimes obvious when you visit a potential new home. As a couple, one may find the apartment great, while the other mentions a weird feeling or even a bad feeling… What if it just came from the airwaves?

For fans of geobiology, there is no doubt about it. Each place has a real influence on our physical and mental health, and it is therefore normal that reactions to the same place differ from one individual to another. The same goes for these small headaches, this chronic insomnia, or this tendency to be constantly tired, which disappear after a move. The invisible pollutants that disrupt our daily lives are believed to be responsible for these problems, and they come from several elements. The fauna and flora surrounding the habitat, the underground network of pipes and water, the geological faults that could be found there, the electrical network, the presence of frequencies, the natural or artificial sources of radiation (such as those coming from our telecommunications devices), radioactivity… All this set of parameters that would react with each other and with humans would have to be identified, then neutralized, to “cure” the house. However, the connections established between these different elements have not been scientifically proven.

An old, new… and criticized science

The French Association for Scientific Information (AFIS), as well as many doctors, physicists, biologists, and scientists of all stripes, consider geobiology to be a pseudo-science. As a result, they criticize him for using numerous scientific terms as well as the presentation of several concepts not validated by science, to justify his approach.

Geobiologists – one of whose pioneers was Dr. Hartmann at the beginning of the 20th century – claim without batting an eyelid that they can detect torsion fields and reverse them, which seems difficult since, to date, no scientists have ever succeeded in identifying some. They also cite other pseudo-sciences to support their remarks, such as bio-electronics or bio-energetics, which are popular concepts reporting invisible waves and flows influencing the world, but which are not based on no scientific proof. It is therefore better to take geobiology as what it is: a different approach to the well-being relationship between a man and his environment.

The geobiologist and his skills

With this concept of geobiology, we saw the emergence of the profession of geobiologist, who will therefore use different methods and several tools to detect potential sources of nuisance in a place. To do this, it uses a wave detector, antennae lobe (energy detection instrument), or wands which recall the utensils used by water dowsers to find water in arid zones. He will also use equipment to determine the degree of harmfulness of your paint, your walls, and the pollution to which you are exposed by living in the place in question, and will analyze the overall layout of your home to propose solutions.

These geobiologists work with individuals who suffer from health problems whose source is unknown or mental disorders that do not disappear, but also in companies concerned with improving the well-being of their employees. They sometimes accompany buyers on building land, or in their future new home, to guarantee them that it is not invaded by bad waves.

In the event of a problem, and depending on the degree of seriousness of the problem detected, the solutions proposed vary: re-arrangement of furniture, work to move pipes or cables, destruction of a wall which hinders the circulation of good currents, or even in more radical cases, the advice to change domicile.

Habitat geobiology and its alternatives

Geobiology therefore has its followers and its detractors, and without judging its nature, we will recognize it as having a laudable final goal: that of improving the well-being of the individual.

Whether it is to help him fall asleep more easily, to put an end to recurring nightmares, or to make joint pain disappear, this form of study of the relationship between the environment, buildings, and people has the merit of making us question the quality of our habitat .

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