Many people live with daily pain and constant stress, anxiety, depression, and fatigue. They feel out-of-sorts–not centered, strong, or solid. Doctors often can’t find the cause and resort to prescribing medications that produce side effects like fatigue, poor mood, gastro-intestinal upset, and headaches.
In addition, conditions like chronic fatigue, pain, and anxiety may have underlying medical causes that need to be addressed. Always visit your doctor for these types of conditions first before relying on grounding therapy as the first line of treatment.
- Martial Arts (Qi Gong – Judo – Karate – Tae Kwon Do)
- Tai Chi
- Creating art (painting, sculpting, drawing, photography, etc.)
- Crafting (needlepoint, woodworking, origami, bead making, quilting, paper making)
- Singing or chanting
- Writing (including Journaling and creative writing, poetry)
- Physical exercise
- Spending time in nature
- Playing or working with an animal
- Doing crossword puzzles or sudoku
Grounding can be performed both outdoors and indoors, depending on the technique you choose to use.