Geopathic Stress and Children

The work of Austrian researcher and teacher Käthe Bachler (*1923)  proved that many behavioural and learning problems experienced by children can be the result of exposure to geopathic stress. She wrote 7 books on these topics including the best seller “Earth Radiation”.

She dowsed 3,000 apartments in 14 countries and interviewed 11,000 people. She concluded that 95% of the ‘problem’ children she investigated slept in beds or worked at desks that were placed on geopathic zones.  She also checked a sample of 500 cancer cases; everyone was found to be sleeping over harmful earth radiation.

The Education Department of the Austrian school district of Salzburg even gave a research grant for her work and took her advice to introduce ‘the rolling classroom’ into their recommended procedure. ‘The rolling classroom‘ is a technique that reduces the impact of negative earth rays on the individual scholar, by rolling the seating position every 2 to 3 weeks. This is an effective way to spread the radiation on various pupils substantially reducing its effect on the scholars in the process.

Bachler lists of the 10 indicators for children sleeping in a geopathic zone:

  1. Not wanting to go to bed.
  2. Insomnia.
  3. Restlessness and nightmares.
  4. Avoidance of certain parts of the bed.
  5. Sleepwalking.
  6. Feeling cold.
  7. Tired and not refreshed by sleep.
  8. Vomiting or depressed appetite in the morning.
  9. Feeling down, despondent, nervous, tearful on waking.
  10. Cramps and increased heart rate in bed.

As for school children affected by geopathic stress, she says these are often slow learners, who may be lazy, forgetful, restless, moody, bed wetting, hostile, aggressive, or antisocial. When the geopathic stress is in a classroom, and a ‘rolling classroom‘ can be adopted and beds in geopathic stress zones moved,  children often have an instant improvement in sleep and appetite, their health and well being improves. Their attention spans increases as well as their interest in learning and ultimately improved school performance, she says.

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The information provided on this website and the results are intended for educational purposes only. They are not meant to diagnose, treat or cure any physical or psychological illness whatsoever. Please consult your medical provider for any health issue you may have.

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