Are You Turned On?

Are you turned on?…electrically speaking, that is…and I’m not refering to Timothy Leary’s, “Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out.” 

The other day we talked about how we are electrical beings and that from time to time we need to “ground” ourselves and release some of the static electricity that is built up in our bodies.  I had a couple of people tell me that this is done all the time throughout most of Europe.  I also had a few people who wanted to see learn more about how our bodies operate on an electrical current.

If you’re one of our readers who would like a visual of the body producing electricity in action then this video is for you.

What you are viewing is a group of  four people holding hands and two of the people are holding “hands” with a Ring Around The Rosie Doll.  On each of the dolls hands is a small metal button.  When both of these buttons are touched with bare skin the doll begins to sing.  You will notice in the video that there are a couple of times that the participants let go of the hand of one of their partners…once they do this the doll stops singing.  Once they hold hands again the doll starts to sing.  The doll sings because of the electricity being produced by each participant. 

Remember, you are an electrical being…do something good for yourself to recharge your batteries…a nice walk around the block in the evening air is always a simple (and free) thing that you can do to bring in more good energy and release the bad. 

Yours In Health!

G.E. Moon II

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30 Responses to “Are You Turned On?”

  1. Bryan says:

    That is something I have never seen, or even thought about…thanks for showing it to me

    Sales Expert

  2. Right … and if you want a better night’s sleep have your bed with your head to the North … benefiting from the electro-magnetic waves of the earth.

  3. Dan says:

    it is very easy to forget how connected the human being is with everything that occurs in nature

  4. Very interesting electrically.
    Looking forward to tomorrow!
    When Do You Care for Caregiver

  5. Trinidad says:

    I will try it and comment my experience. Good tip.
    Lapiceros Merchandising

  6. What a wonderful reminder of how much closer we should be to nature and the earth around us. Thanks!

    EcoFriendlyMatters @ EcoFriendlyLink
    CFL light bulbs are green but expensive – are they worth it??

  7. How many people holding hands does it take to light up a CFL light bulb. Or perhaps generate some peace on earth.

  8. Eva Palmer says:

    That’s a very interesting video!
    I wonder: How could we use our electricity best??

    Aprende a Vivir en Positivo

  9. There are a lot of cool things one can do with the body electric …

    Lyle – The Sales Wizard
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    still the same address for comments:

  10. Jc MacKenzie says:

    Just did a similar experiment at a “Healing Touch” seminar. Interesting to say the least.
    Be Well.

  11. Kevin Hogan says:

    Electrical imbalances can be detrimental to ones health, and, as you explained, can be solved by simply going back to our roots- walking barefoot outside!

    Mark Hogan

  12. I am fascinated by the bodies we are given. If we only knew our potential and what we are capable of doing. This is why the fear is there to keep us from experiencing ourselves to the fullest. And we were not given any manual to explain how to operate our bodies. 🙂

    How Not To Do Business

  13. Sonya Lenzo says:

    While Margarita is right that we dont have a manual to explain our bodies to us, we do have our own experiences to go by….we feel better after a certain amount of sleep…certain foods make us feel better or worse…too much of one thing or another makes us feel out of balance…
    Sonya Lenzo

  14. Shane Aric says:

    HA HA! that’s Great! and I love seeing short to the point, relevant video’s!

    Also you just reminded me to go take my vitamins… in a round about sort of way!


    Music is the Cure

  15. “There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy” (Hamlet I, V)

  16. Gary, What an interesting way to share a way to hold and or create energy.
    Scott Sylvan Bell
    Body language of facial hair
    Now go implement!

  17. Sabrina says:

    What a cool tool and exercise. I find hugs are a quick and easy way to give myself a quick boost.

    Sabrina Peterson, NASM CPT, CES
    Fat Loss and Fitness 101

  18. This is potentially shocking information.

  19. Shane Aric says:

    Well honestly, a little bit… but she’s not really my type.

    Guide To Your Music Royalties

  20. Jc MacKenzie says:

    Just stopping by, saying hello.
    Be Well.

  21. Just following Jc through and also saying Hi.

  22. Great little demonstration! I’ve worked off and on in the electronics field for decades and learned a lot about the electrical charges running through our brains as well as our bodies. It’s such a fascinating thing when you realize how amazing our bodies truly are.

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  23. marc says:

    What you say about this electric shock is quite controversial and resonable to understand.
    Thanks for sharing that.

    All the best,

    Boligrafos Cross

  24. Hold a piece of iron to your forhead (third eye location) for awhile… then rotate it 180 degrees (reverse polarity) … fun, “knock yourself out”. (Do not try this … it really works)

  25. Marc says:

    The experiance of this experiment was awsome when I did it with my buddies
    Looking for more on this
    Best of luck
    Lapiceros Ecologicos

  26. Where can I purchase a “Ring Around The Rosie” Doll?

    Take Charge Of Your Life

  27. I don’t like leather seats in a vehicle so mine has cloth. The downside is that every time I get out of my car and touch the door to close it, I get a major static shock. I assume that I am releasing the static electricity that has built up in my body as well as what I generate from sliding across the cloth seat. I really hate that!

    Lisa McLellan
    Child Care Expert
    Nanny Services

  28. Interesting post! @Lyle lol I haven’t tried it but it’s definitely one to have a go at after a few beers!

    I’ll report back on Monday!