HomeIAMURE International Journal of Health Educationvol. 2 no. 1 (2012)

Freeing Persons From Geopathic Stress Zone How Are They Now?

Jeremias L. Convocar

Discipline: Health



This study was conducted to determine the health conditions of purposely and conveniently selected informants whose parts of their body were directly exposed and freed from geopathic stress (GS) zone. The data were gathered with the use of checklist, interview, observation, and medical reports and Y-dowsing rod in locating GS zones. The qualitative analysis of data was employed in the analysis of matrices. The findings of the present research revealed that when subject-informants parts of body had been exposed to GS zone they frequently experienced the following: (a) Head: Insomnia, chronic fatigue, difficulties to concentrate, nightmares, migraine headache, and nervousness; (b) Chest: sudden increase of heartbeat, chest pain, high blood pressure, coughing, wheezing, breathing difficulties, colds, back pains, primary complex, tuberculosis, and pneumonia, cardiac; (c) Abdomen: Pain and inability to produce urine, abnormal frequent uncontrolled urination, hip pain, fatigue, urinary infection, kidney swelling, bloated stomach, diarrhea, and relapsing abdominal problems; (d) Extremities: Rheumatism, arthritis, muscles contraction, tingling, numbness, cramps and inflammation of joints. However, when persons in this study were moved from GS zone the aforementioned long existing and recurring sleeping problems and illnesses almost gradually disappeared despite the absence of medical treatment. They were able to sleep well and wake up comfortably. As they said, “unknowingly, my health problem and illness just disappeared in our new sleeping location.” Hence, moving persons away from GS zone is the best remedy to address GS related health problems.