People often ask me this question. “Do magnets really work?”
Of course they do. Magnets move energy. If they didn’t, then you wouldn’t be able to read this. I wouldn’t have been able to write it either. Magnets are used to generate most of the electricity that we use.
Whether it is steam, hydro, coal, gas, the goal is to somehow turn a magnet around a wire to coax free electrons to start moving through it.
It works pretty much the same in the body.
There are two things that a magnet needs to move energy – movement and a medium for the energy to move in. When generating electricity to run your computer, the magnet provides the movement and the wire with free electrons is the medium.
The magnet doesn’t have to move when used on the body. Here the movement already exists within the medium in the form of blood flow, nerve conduction and other energy flows in the body.
Whether the energy actually moves is another matter. Electricity won’t flow in a wire that is broken, no matter how strong the magnet is or how fast you spin it.
How to do you make sure that the “wires” aren’t broken in your body?
You need to stay hydrated and have a decent diet. Most of the electricity in the body moves through ionized chains of water woven into the fascia. Actually, that is the latest theory I have heard to explain the meridian system in the body too. The minerals for ionization are provided by a healthy diet.
So, if you want to have a really good experience with magnets, stay well hydrated. If you are using magnets and you don’t think they are working then give your body what it needs to function. Drink more clean alkaline water.
North or South Poles
Which is better for the body, a north pole or a south pole? Honestly, it doesn’t matter.
What matters is the movement of energy. A magnet generates a field. When the field is represented on paper you see lines of flux energy drawn from one pole to the other. Whether north is up or south is up, the flux lines are still there. As long as your energy is flowing through the area where the flux lines are the densest, close the the magnet, you don’t care which pole is facing which way.
Here’s another way to look at it. Which pole sticks to your refrigerator? They both do. The fridge doesn’t care and neither does your body.
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Magnets are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.