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Fun with Magnets

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by nonchalant, Aug 10, 2013.

  1. Shijin13

    Shijin13 Guest

    awesome Christi!!!!
  2. nicld

    nicld Gold

    That is so great. Not sure how our DD is doing with hers. I had it right under her matresses but she seemed really sleep so I dropped it further under her bed. She has been more agitated the past week so I moved it closer to her again. I just wish she could tell me with words how she was feeling instead of us having to guess.

    Where do you have your son's pad?
  3. cantweight

    cantweight Gold

    I have it just under his mattress. Have you checked the walls around your DD for possible electrical issues? DS bedroom is so awkward but we put his bed practically in the middle so no other sources could mitigate the magnet. I am sorry you are frustrated, i cant imagine what you must go through. She is so lucky to have such an incredible mom!
  4. caroline

    caroline New Member

    simply wonderful news! How are you doing Christi?
  5. SeaHorse

    SeaHorse Gold

    Really great news Christi.... my daughters are each getting a pad for Christmas...they are both living away in EMF filled environments....hoping to post some similar stories in a few months...very happy to hear about your son. I know what he means about looking forward to snuggling in for the night!
  6. nicld

    nicld Gold

    She seems way better today, even school said she was. DH is not willing to believe it was the pad but I think it was. Never should have moved it further under her bed. Maybe someday I will take it away for a while and see if her mood changes, then he will have to believe that it was the pad.
  7. Inger

    Inger Silver

    Amazing! So sweet of him to thank his dad. :) that really means something! I love my magnetico too. I always want to go to bed...lol I think it might keep me warmer too because I cannot believe I am not cold in the night, sleeping completely nude and having a very very thin summer duvet... and room is close to freezing temps. My bed feels like home to me :)
  8. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    I second this.
  9. Inger

    Inger Silver

    Sally I did not even think about me being cold adapted (because I am NOT sitting an hour in ice water like Nicole..huh! :)) until I talked to my brothers girlfriend the other day. She told me they have so cold a bedroom! She always freeze in the night. I asked if she keeps the window open, but she said no... They live in a 2 room apartment. I guess they have around 15-18 degree C or more... so way warmer than my close to freezing temps (even below if cold nights) and she said she have to use wool socks and pajamas and she still is cold. Then I realized I really must be cold adapted to some degree. It is like fueling on fat. It is so natural after years on that WOE you really forget normally people feel bad if they do not get their CH. You get so used to how you live - weird to realize it is pretty different than most

    Was driving pretty far with hubs today to buy some organic hay for our sheep and we stopped at a fuel station where was also bistro, pizzeria MC Donalds style.. I walked through the room full of people eating to come to the bathroom and I watched them.... and it was so weird... I have not been in such a place for so long and now it felt like coming to another planet? So weird things I saw in peoples face. Interesting experience. maybe it was a little sad

    I just started to feel way too warm. I wondered how is it so warm? No heating on at all? I watched the temps and it was 18 degree C. Holy moly I have now opened the balcony door to get some cold in. ahhhh amazing fresh air. I have no heating on at all but hubs have it so warm his side of the house! And his freaking Sauna is poisoning me... ;) When he is away I keep it cool in both apartments. nice and cool and fresh. :)
  10. Martin

    Martin Gold

    Great update! Quite a testimonial from such a young person!

    Saving, planning, selling stuff, all for my next layer of magnetism!

  11. nicld

    nicld Gold

    Quick question about a magnetico pad. I can get a full size pad fro about $200 and would like to get if for my oldest DD but she has a queed bed. Would the slight difference in size be too much?
  12. ATL_Paleo

    ATL_Paleo New Member

    Go for it. If you center the full size pad on queen mattress, there should be a max of 3 inches not covered on any given side. The key issue is that her entire body will be on the pad .... shouldn't be an issue. Great deal = jump on it.
  13. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    My problem with magnets must be that I do not have the ability to transfer the energy that builds up. Protons building up? Who knows, I don't understand the magnetic force anyway. So that means I need to work more on my collagen and dehydration. Collagen is the matrix; it is the quantum computer network of the body.

    If I am near a magnet, I receive benefits, such as hunger going away, increased comfort in cool or warm environment, or reduction of reactions to artificial EMF. But eventually, after a few weeks, I end up with increasing inflammation, which means "excess" protons if I have this right. I had a similar reaction last summer when laying in the strong sun for a long time -- edema on my shins. Must have been the infra red heat building up protons. Good collagen (and hydration) would move the energy from my shins over to my liver, which needs energy to detox decades of environmental crap. Or maybe move the energy to my spine, which can always use a bit more.

    Another thing that would help would be cold. I never hesitate to use a large magnet while doing CT, and have never noticed any problems at that time. But if I am indoors, sitting in a chair with a magnet nearby, I should probably always be using ice of some sort. CT outdoors in the strong hot sun would be ideal. I need to see if that guy still has his 150 gal tank for sale. I also need to go stir my bone broth.
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  14. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    After all,

    Temperature is a crafter, sculptor, and modifier of the photoelectric effect. -JK
  15. seanb4

    seanb4 New Member

    A big thing about why the magnetico sleep pad is supposedly better than others is that you are completely inside the negative field and are not caught in the return positive field. So when you guys are using magnets under your chair and stuff does that not mean you are exposed to both fields at the same time?

    Apparently this is bad because it causes a stress response and the body sends more current from the brain to the exposed area. This makes the area heal better in the short term but depletes your brain of current in the long term. Maybe that's what's happening to you nonchalant...

    Anyway, is there a way to get round this, am I completely wrong? I would like to add a magnet under my chair but only if it doesn't cause the negative effects written above.
  16. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    When the magnet is lying on the floor, north side up and south touching the floor or carpet, the positive field is directed under your house, while the negative field is directed upwards. So as long as the south side of the magnet is not elevated above your floor, you should be fine.

    I don't know if anyone besides myself would get bad effects from small magnets. I do know that occasional use (such as when I CT for an hour) does not give me any side effects.
  17. seanb4

    seanb4 New Member

    Yeah but there is a return field at the edge of the magnetic field which would be positive. So unless the magnets really big, you will still be sitting in the return field. Right?
  18. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    I don't think so, Sean. I used a ball magnet to find exactly where the fields stop and start.
  19. seanb4

    seanb4 New Member

    Hmmm... just googled it and can't find any solid links to "return field" other than on magneticos website... suspicious.

    Can anyone else weigh in on this idea of a return field?

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