Human beings are reactive and responsive living organisms that are in a dynamic relationship with the environment. The multi-faceted environment influences how you think and feel by entrainment. The human mind, emotions, body and spirituality, the Inner Environment, are not separate and distinct from their Outer Environment. Change in one area will cause ripples of change elsewhere, often in unexpected ways.
Most current chronic diseases are stress-related. The root cause is most often to be found in the outer environment and not primarily in the inner environment of the body. More effective treatments and interventions should be developed that not only manage symptoms but also target the underlying causes and promote overall well-being.
The intent should be to create places and spaces that resonate with the essence of human health and well-being in alignment with the natural environment. A holistic approach to create accommodation that matters and works that withstand the test of time. Connecting people with place.
Negative thoughts and beliefs of people about disharmony and unbalances in the inner and outer environment and how they are interpreted can create stress for humans. Stress is an organism’s total response to environmental demands or pressures. Stress shuts down growth and maintenance, the immune system and intelligence by responding without thinking. Stress is one of the root causes of disease. A disharmonious design of the outer environment creates stress. There are several forms of environmental stressors and some of them are 24/7 around us. The added word “pathic” in the 5 forms is derived from the Greek word “pathos” meaning ‘disease’ or ‘suffering.
- Geopathic Stress: A generic term for natural geophysical anomalies, the seen and unseen energy patterns on earth, that in most cases are detrimental. Like over-ground ley energy line crossings, global geomagnetic grid crossings, underground water streams, geological fault lines, underground caverns, radon gas, and certain mineral deposits (notably coal, oil, and iron) that distort the natural Earth’s Schumann frequency of 7.83 Hz by the interference of weak electromagnetic fields. This causes the human body to vibrate at much higher frequencies than normal and can affect the immune system. The beneficial zones are usually called Power spots or Sacred spots. Climate conditions can be considered as well under this form of stressor.
- Archipathic Stress: Man-made disturbances to the earth’s surface can give rise to further distortions. Like mining and the built environment by the disharmonious use of forms, shapes, proportions and/or the building material properties including their finishing.
- Technopathic Stress: Manmade chemical pollution and electromagnetic radiation (EMR) interfering with humans’ natural (electromagnetic) system harming health. EMR causes heat and dehydrates life forms. EMR disturbs the life force and reduces the immunity of all living organisms.
- Sociopathic Stress: Detrimental energies generated by us humans through thoughts and emotions. Not only affecting oneself but others as well. It is believed that emotions are stored in matter (materials and water), and radiate over time affecting life forms.
- Spiritpathic Stress: Metaphysical psycho-spiritual and paranormal/occult stressors like dislocated nature spirits (elementals) and disturbed landscape entities, poltergeist phenomena, attachments, ghosts and lost souls, psychic attacks and cords. Called by some WSFM (Weird Science and Freaking Magic).
These stressors do not make you sick per se in the short term and in low doses but put your biosystem and especially the immune system out of balance in long exposure times. It drains life energy. Being for a longer time in an Outer Environment with one or more stressors does not allow the body to restore balance in the Inner Environment and causes chronic diseases depending on individual stress thresholds.
It turns out that 90% of illnesses are directly connected to stress. Stress is the primary cause of the increasing number of chronic diseases. Rehabilitation of existing spaces is a good way to provide harmonious support from the environment to the recalibration of people under stress. Because the Inner Environment of humans and their Outer Environment (natural and man-made) are one unified and inseparable ecosystem. Our vital energy systems are in constant interaction with each other and with our outer environment, exchanging energy effects on all levels.