Healing With Frequency LATEST

Are We Connected to                Mother Earth ? _________________ The connection

Walking barefoot, also known as grounding or earthing, has gained attention for its potential health benefits. Here's a breakdown of the benefits, recommended duration, and the connection to inflammation:

Benefits of Walking Barefoot:

Connection to Nature: Walking barefoot allows direct contact between your feet and the earth, fostering a deeper connection with nature.

Sensory Stimulation: The soles of your feet have many sensory receptors that can be stimulated by walking barefoot, potentially enhancing balance and proprioception.

Strengthening Foot Muscles:

Walking without shoes engages the muscles, tendons, and ligaments in your feet, promoting strength and flexibility.

Improved Balance and Posture: Walking barefoot can help improve your balance and posture as it challenges your feet and lower body muscles.

Reduced Stress: Some individuals report feeling more relaxed and grounded when walking barefoot, which can help alleviate stress.

Duration and Frequency:

The duration of barefoot walking varies depending on personal comfort and sensitivity. Starting with shorter durations, such as 10-15 minutes per day, and gradually increasing can be a good approach. Listening to your body is essential to avoid overexertion or discomfort.

Inflammation and Benefits:

Walking barefoot on the earth's surface may have potential anti-inflammatory effects due to the grounding effect. It is believed that direct contact with the earth allows for the transfer of electrons, which may neutralize free radicals and reduce inflammation in the body. While research on this specific aspect is limited, preliminary studies suggest potential benefits, but more research is needed for conclusive evidence.

Grounded Beds:

Sleeping in a grounded bed refers to having a conductive connection to the earth during sleep. While research on grounded beds is still emerging, some potential benefits may include improved sleep, reduced stress, and enhanced recovery. However, it's important to note that sleeping grounded may not provide the exact same benefits as walking barefoot since the mechanisms of grounding differ when you're in direct contact with the earth's surface versus through an artificial grounding device.

To make your bed grounded, you would typically need a grounding mat or sheet that connects to the earth through a grounding outlet or grounding rod. Following the manufacturer's instructions and ensuring proper installation and safety measures are essential.

It's important to note that while walking barefoot and grounded beds may have potential benefits, individual experiences may vary. If you're considering incorporating these practices into your routine, it's advisable to consult with healthcare professionals, gather more information from reliable sources, and listen to your body's response to determine what works best for you.


It' best to make time to be out in nature or at least on some grass, where you can walk around for 20 minutes and allow your body to acclimate. As you have read above, you know the benefits. If you would like to see more research and or discoveries we have made for ourselves and others, please follow the link within the image and check us out.