GMF SENSITIVITY, B12 RESET

As I was publishing Under Siege:  Tools and Strategies for Dealing with the Pillars of EMF Sensitivity I considered how my sensitivity to GMFs has morphed from being sickened in the hours and days before a quake and feeling/sensing death every time I was near a fault line to a bit of unease around a fault line and no illness prior to quakes.

Thanks to the focus on detoxifying the heavy metals, especially calcium which is not just a mineral and electrolyte but a metal.

I also pondered my relationship to quakes in general.  I could still sense them before they happened, though after relocating to the Pacific Northwest and going through the nutritional balancing, the nature of that sensing changed dramatically.

The ringing I got in my ear prior to a quake switched from left ear to right.  The distance from the epicenter increased but time before it hit decreased.

I wrote in the section on GMFs that if the quake hits at night I wake out of a sound sleep knowing it is iminent.  However, as I typed that into the book I considered that hadn’t happened in years. 

I Still Got It.

Shortly after 1 this morning I woke out of a sound sleep and while I did not have a conscious thought we were about to have an earthquake, I did something rather interesting.  I moved a candle on the nightstand further from the edge thinking “That way it won’t fall off in an earthquake.”

???

For several seconds I stared bleary-eyed at the candle thinking “Earthquake?  Did I really just do that?”

It made no sense to me.

I lay down and began the Silva countdown that kicks off my meditation/relax routine.

I wanted to get back to sleep but my mind was racy for some reason though not on any particular subject.

Within seconds the house and the bed began to shake in a scissor-type motion.

Earthquake!

Obviously, my sensitivity to impending quakes is spot on though it has changed a bit.

I woke up less than a minute before it hit and unconsciously knew what was about to happen but it wasn’t like in the past where I came straight awake and said “We’re having a quake” seconds before it hit.  Small change but a change nonetheless.

Vitamin B12.

I wrote recently that due to taking my foot off the nutritional gas pedal I felt mild to moderate symptoms around a fixture with a CFL bulb in it.  By chance I discovered that taking Vitamin B12 drops helped me rebalance the nutrition more quickly.  Specifically, it seemed to offset the potassium deficiency supplemental Vitamin D was causing.

It’s one of those caught between a rock and a hard place.  I need the D but it depletes potassium which is the EMF Sensitivity mineral/electrolyte. 

 It’s critical to maintain electrolyte balance if you wish to be free of EMF Sensitivity.

I’m still gathering data about B12’s impact and in light of the earthquake need to give my body time to reset.

I’m still kind of nauseated and though they are small, my ear starts ringing when we are about to have an aftershock.

I will be most curious how taking a dose of B12 may help accelerate the reset.

I need to take on a full stomach and I’m not a breakfast person so I’ll be updating this post later, after lunch.

Stay tuned.

Note: I’m not sure it is related but several hours earlier the neighbor’s dog who rarely – and I mean rarely – barks – was barking like crazy for the longest time.

So much that I was about to go check on my neighbors – as they are older – when the barking stopped.

My guess is the P-waves were hurting his ears.

Update One: Lunch did not help but B12 dose did – somewhat. I added a unique remedy I mention in the book Under Siege and it appears to have completely eliminated the rest which unfortunately, at this point, brings more questions than answers. I will be updating in the future.

A Day in the Life of a Writer with GMF Sensitivity

People who’ve followed me over the years know I have a unique history with EMF and GMF Sensitivity.  Though I have unraveled the mystery of my sensitivity to technology EMFs – heavy metal poisoning that messed up cell signaling by disrupting electrolytes – I am still aware of various electromagnetic frequencies.

Including and especially the ultra-low and very low frequencies that come out of fault lines in the hours and days before an earthquake.

Though my focus is now on writing fiction, there isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t learn or validate something about my relationship with these invisible sound waves that have such an impact on our world.

And human health and well-being.

Just before all the virus fun started, our family acquired a bearded dragon.  The timing was, like so many things in my life, a happy coincidence.  Not.

Not that it wasn’t happy – the timing wasn’t a coincidence.  Obviously, the universe knew what was coming and knew what a gift this little guy who isn’t so little now would be.

Well, not that anyone sought my opinion but, he ended up in my space.

It’s technically common living space but as it’s where I do the bulk of my writing, it’s mine.

Over the months I’ve gotten to know this member of the family, his habits, expressions.

Unlike how Ryal Kinkaid refers to the Light Beings, I don’t consider our BD a lizard brain.

Yesterday I noticed he was acting a bit strangely.  Since there was a power outage that necessitated we hook the lights warming his space to the generator, I wondered if it had to do with that though I couldn’t figure out how or why that might be the case.

He periodically acted as if he’d been zapped but there was no obvious way there could have been surges that would have caused it.  Not to mention I’m so sensitive to electrical pulses I would have been impacted because I was sharing the power strip to which his lights were plugged in – frequently plugging and unplugging devices from it as they needed charging.  There was never any dimming of his lights when I did this – no sparks – nothing. ANDDD – he didn’t do it when I was plugging or unplugging the devices – just periodically.

This afternoon I was working on Refugee, a Metatron’s Army novel, when I suddenly felt icky.  Ignoring it since there was no obvious explanation, I continued working.

Didn’t work.

I decided to have lunch, see if that might help.  Just as I sat down to eat I got a nasty sharp pain in one of my teeth.

As if someone was jabbing a sewing needle up the center.

When chewing didn’t make it any worse, I shrugged it off and kept at the novel  hoping – and believing – it would resolve itself.

I’ve noticed while rebalancing my electrolytes I’ll periodically if seldomly get pain in my mouth that totally disappears once the balancing has been achieved.  Pain that stays away.  You know – like a cramp in the foot – growing pains?  NORMAL?!

A telltale sound caught my attention at the same moment my visual attention went to a row of windows.  EARTHQUAKE!!!!!!

The sound wave travels in a straight line which makes windows “pop” or “crack” – like Rice Crispies.  

For years my focus has turned – often along with my eyes – to the direction the earthquake wave travels.  

Even when I wake up out of a sound sleep moments before the quake hits. I turn my head in the direction of the oncoming wave.

I knew in that moment my tooth pain would resolve shortly.

As the GMFs that caused it went to zero.

All of a sudden a number of things made sense

  • The bearded dragon’s behavior

Just prior to the small quake he’d been running from one end of the tank to the other, went into his hidey hole then out, down into the greenery then out.  AFTER?  Totally calm.

  • An ache in my neck I hadn’t felt in eons.
  • The icky feeling

As I’ve written GMFs which are ultra-low and very low EMFS, are tied to feelings of despair, deep fatigue, hopelessness

  • Ringing ears

Throughout the day yesterday I experienced a high-pitched ringing that lasted seconds before disappearing entirely.  

  • The sharp pain in my tooth

Which reduced within seconds of the quake, disappearing entirely within forty minutes.

I am back at the novel after a break to share this with readers.

All a day in the life of a writer sensitive to electromagnetic frequencies.