07 June 2017

The Sudden Solid Increase in the Earth’s Schumann Resonance: It's Continuing to Rise Sharply! ~ Sangeeta Handa ~ 1 May 2017

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What is the Schumann Resonance?

The Vibration of Earth. Just as we have a measurable metaphysical vibration, so does earth. Some call it the “Heart-Beat” of earth.

In 1952, German physicist and professor W.O. Schumann hypothesized there were measurable electromagnetic waves in the atmosphere that existed in the cavity (or space) between the surface of the earth and the ionosphere. According to NASA, the ionosphere is an abundant layer of electrons, ionized atoms, and molecules that stretches from approximately 30 miles above the surface of the earth to the edge of space, at about 600 miles. This dynamic region grows and shrinks (and further divides into sub-regions) based on solar conditions and is a critical link in the chain of Sun-Earth interactions. It’s this “celestial power station” that makes radio communications possible. In 1954, Schumann and H.L. König confirmed Schumann’s hypothesis by detecting resonances at a main frequency of 7.83 Hz; thus, the “Schumann resonance” was established by measuring global electromagnetic resonances generated and excited by lightning discharges in the ionosphere. While this phenomenon is caused by lightning in the atmosphere, many are not aware of the importance of this frequency as a tuning fork for life. In other words, it acts as a background frequency influencing the biological circuitry of the mammalian brain.

The Mantra, or Cosmic Hum, OM resonates as the frequency of 7.83 Hz. Interestingly, when we are in the early upper stages of deep sleep and the lower alpha stages of active wakefulness or, in a meditative state, or in high levels of hypnotizability, suggestibility, we are vibrating at the 7.83 frequency of suspended stillness, sleep. It would seem then that our nervous system can be influenced by the earth’s electromagnetic field. Maybe that’s why being in nature has always been so restorative and healing. Disconnecting from a typical city setting by reducing our exposure to crowds, traffic, work, and routine life—and instead getting out in natural surroundings—can slow our brain waves down from the aggressive, vigilant, anxious, and impatient states that are seen in higher ranges of beta brain waves to more restorative alpha waves.

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