I’m off for a day of EMF Research. In a manner of speaking this is one part of my life that counts as research that never really ends.
Though no longer sickened by tech EMFs, I am aware of a variety of non-tech EMFs.
Today’s challenge will be trying to ferret out the source of a change in awareness.
There is an impact from being around the source.
It could be one or more
- Factor X
I live in an area criss-crossed with geologic fault lines and though I still feel earthquakes before they happen I am no longer sickened by the EMFs emitted in the hours and days before they do.**
My head will turn in the direction of the epicenter and I will declare, “We’re having an earthquake” before the shaking starts.
If the quake happens in the middle of the night or early morning I will come straight awake before it hits. I always know what it is that woke me, what’s about to happen.
I always say “We’re having an earthquake” before the shaking starts.
Not all fault systems have the same effect.
I’ve lived and traveled throughout the Western US so I have a lot of exposure to draw from.
One thing is consistent, I feel quakes before they happen.
Today I will be making observations relative to other factors.
I’m hoping it doesn’t wear me out too much.
It can feel as if I’ve been hit with a degauss button.
In general this is felt as a pressure in my skull.
With a particular focus where it was cut into for emergency surgery when I was a kid.
Though I no longer suffer pressure change migraines I am aware of the change.
My body reacts – usually with a tension I am not consciously aware of. One of those where it’s subtle, creeps up.
I’m still working out the timing and various temperature threshholds.
It happens when the temperature rises.
Involving the M in EMF, Factor X is one of the more challenging EMF related sensitivities I’ve had to deal with.
To the best of my knowledge, it began when we were living in Scottsdale and while I’ve had a version of it ever since, it has evolved.
I used to call it the Weekend Factor because it only happened on weekends. That’s no longer the case.
I’m also testing one of my tried and true EMF remedies to see if I notice a difference when in the presence of these EMF sources.
In addition to the materials I mention in Riding the Waves: Diagnosing, Treating, and Living with EMF Sensitivity, I’ve acquired a few new pieces.
Experimenting with new materials.
What makes this investigative work more challenging is that the changes in equilibrium are subtle. Once I become aware I need to immediately determine the likeliest of the 3.
Or which particular combination(s) of the 3 may be at work.
In spite of the challenge I’m looking forward to a day away from the laptop.
**I have a unique relationship to volcanoes too but that research will have to wait for another day. Good thing I live in the Ring of Fire.