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Restore Your Rhythm

Restore Your Rhythm

The most basic form of grounding occurs when the human body comes in direct contact with the earth, unimpeded by man-made surfaces (such as asphalt) or synthetic clothing (like rubber-soled shoes).

Swimming in a lake or ocean, walking barefoot in the sand or on the grass are ways in which our bodies can expose us to the earth’s natural healing energy.

How Can The Earth Heal Us?

The human body runs on electric currents from the brain that send signals to all the systems in our anatomy. Likewise, our planet has an electromagnetic field that re-sets and stabilizes the diurnal and circadian rhythms of the human body.
Earthing is when you touch the earth barefoot and absorb elections into your body.
Increasingly, humans have become detached from this natural alignment, by decreased connections with nature and exposure to modern environmental disruptors such as wireless technology and EMR (Electromagnetic Radiation).

This disconnection can result in physical side effects, namely: interrupted sleep patterns, lethargy, increased stress, chronic pain, lowered immunity, and perhaps most significantly, inflammation. Inflammation is considered to be the earliest stage of most modern chronic illness.
Beautiful pair of hand-crafted moccasins made in Canada by Laurentian Chief.
Ongoing scientific and anecdotal evidence shows that these conditions can be counteracted by the practice of grounding. When absorbed into the body, the earth’s electrons act as an anti-oxidant by neutralizing the free radicals that trigger inflammation. Grounding positively influences and restores the body’s rhythms and basic bioelectrical functions.
This is a diagram that displays all of the health benefits associated with Earthing.[Image courtesy of]

Is Going Barefoot the Only Option?

Incorporating earthing into our lifestyle is a powerful preventative therapy, but there are many reasons why we may be reluctant to go barefoot outdoors.

The solution? Conductive footwear, such as earthing moccasins.

Earthing moccasins have a rubber sole for outdoor use, but have been fitted with a copper rivet through the bottom of the shoe. Copper is a highly conductive metal that allows the earth’s electrons to flow from the ground through the shoe’s sole and be absorbed by the bare foot.
One way you can practice earthing is with shoes that have a copper rivet inserted into the sole since copper is conductive it allows electrons to flow into the soles of your feet.
Our featured pair of Women’s Earthing Moccasins are made in Canada by Laurentian Chief. Crafted with supple moose hide leather, these beautiful moccasins make a stylish statement as well as create a grounding connection.

The fringed ankle cuff, hand-stitching, and embroidery on the vamp add visual interest to the design. A padded insole and soft suede interior ensure comfort and flexibility on nature walks during earthing time.
These beautiful genuine leather moccasins have a hand-embroidered design on the vamp and as you can see they are Laurentian Chief by Eugene Cloutier.
To experience the benefits of earthing, prolonged contact with the earth’s surface is recommended. Studies show that a minimum of 30 minutes a day should begin to initiate improvements in wellness. Some people report feeling a difference within a few days; others notice positive changes after several weeks.

There are no negative side effects to grounding; therefore you can practice earthing for as long and as often as you like. The more, the better! Earthing moccasins make it easier to get connected almost every time you step out of doors, to reset and restore your body’s natural rhythms.
This is a quote by Jame Oschman who is a cellular biologist and it mentions the connection between earthing and neutralizing free radicals.
Laurentian Chief’s Earthing Moccasins with Copper Rivet are available in Women’s sizes 5-10.
These are a beautiful pair of leather moccasins with a fringe and hand-embroider design on the vamp made in Canada.
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