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Energy, Facebook, and Memes: GROUND YOURSELF :@CONSCIOUSVIBRANCY "WHEN YOU WALK BAREFOOT, FREE ELECTRONS ARE TRANSFERRED FROM THE EARTH INTO YOUR BODY, AND THIS GROUNDING EFFECT IS ONE OF THE MOST POTENT ANTIOXIDANTS WE KNOW OF." -DR. MERCOLA Follow my bro- another fantastic post! ➡️ @consciousvibrancy @consciousvibrancy @consciousvibrancy "If you want to lift your spirit, you have to ground your soul. This is why your 'sole' is on the bottom of your feet!" -Alexis Brooks The cure lies in nature. Always has and always will. Go connect with Mother Earth, she'll take you back to your roots. Here are some of the wonderful benefits of earthing: •Inflammation thrives when your blood is thick, and you have a lot of free radical stress, and a lot of positive charges in your body. Grounding effectively alleviates inflammation because it thins your blood and infuses you with negatively charged ions through the soles of your feet. •Grounding helps thin your blood by improving its zeta potential, which means it improves the energy between your red blood cells. Research has demonstrated it takes about 80 minutes for the free electrons from the earth to reach your blood stream and transform your blood. •Being grounded can help relieve inflammation. When grounded, the diurnal rhythm of the stress hormone, cortisol, begins to normalize. Cortisol is connected to your body’s stress response and helps control blood sugar levels, regulates metabolism, helps reduce inflammation, and assists with memory formulation. You are a bioelectrical being living on an electrical planet. Your body operates electrically. All of your cells transmit multiple frequencies that run, for example, your heart, immune system, muscles, and nervous system. For many decades, people have increasingly been wearing rubber and plastic-soled shoes that act as a barrier to the Earth’s energy, insulating them from electrical contact with the Earth. It's time to reconnect with your roots. Take your shoes off once in a while and absorb the electromagnetic frequencies emanating from the earth. 👣🌍 Consciousvibrancy HolisticAli Grounding Earthing IG 👉🏽 @realrawtruth FACEBOOK-YOUTUBE-SNAPCHAT 👉🏽 @holisticali SUBSCRIBE TO NEW YOUTUBE LINK IN BIO
Energy, Facebook, and Memes: GROUND YOURSELF
 :@CONSCIOUSVIBRANCY
 "WHEN YOU WALK BAREFOOT, FREE ELECTRONS ARE TRANSFERRED
 FROM THE EARTH INTO YOUR BODY, AND THIS GROUNDING EFFECT
 IS ONE OF THE MOST POTENT ANTIOXIDANTS WE KNOW OF."
 -DR. MERCOLA
Follow my bro- another fantastic post! ➡️ @consciousvibrancy @consciousvibrancy @consciousvibrancy "If you want to lift your spirit, you have to ground your soul. This is why your 'sole' is on the bottom of your feet!" -Alexis Brooks The cure lies in nature. Always has and always will. Go connect with Mother Earth, she'll take you back to your roots. Here are some of the wonderful benefits of earthing: •Inflammation thrives when your blood is thick, and you have a lot of free radical stress, and a lot of positive charges in your body. Grounding effectively alleviates inflammation because it thins your blood and infuses you with negatively charged ions through the soles of your feet. •Grounding helps thin your blood by improving its zeta potential, which means it improves the energy between your red blood cells. Research has demonstrated it takes about 80 minutes for the free electrons from the earth to reach your blood stream and transform your blood. •Being grounded can help relieve inflammation. When grounded, the diurnal rhythm of the stress hormone, cortisol, begins to normalize. Cortisol is connected to your body’s stress response and helps control blood sugar levels, regulates metabolism, helps reduce inflammation, and assists with memory formulation. You are a bioelectrical being living on an electrical planet. Your body operates electrically. All of your cells transmit multiple frequencies that run, for example, your heart, immune system, muscles, and nervous system. For many decades, people have increasingly been wearing rubber and plastic-soled shoes that act as a barrier to the Earth’s energy, insulating them from electrical contact with the Earth. It's time to reconnect with your roots. Take your shoes off once in a while and absorb the electromagnetic frequencies emanating from the earth. 👣🌍 Consciousvibrancy HolisticAli Grounding Earthing IG 👉🏽 @realrawtruth FACEBOOK-YOUTUBE-SNAPCHAT 👉🏽 @holisticali SUBSCRIBE TO NEW YOUTUBE LINK IN BIO

Follow my bro- another fantastic post! ➡️ @consciousvibrancy @consciousvibrancy @consciousvibrancy "If you want to lift your spirit, you hav...

Anaconda, Apple, and Batman: Christian Bale weight loss and weight gain On the left is Christian Bale in the 2004 film The Machinist- the film he did before being cast as Batman in Batman Begins. Check out (The Machinist) if you get a chance. It's one of Bale's best performances. He took up smoking to help curb his appetite when he was crash-dieting for The Machinist. He wanted to drop down to 100 pounds, but the director said no out of fear that his health could be in too much jeopardy. Bale drank one cup of black unsweetened coffee, and ate one can of tuna or one apple each day- for 4 months prior to filming. On the DVD featurette, he said he found that his weakened condition caused problems such as having trouble running because he litterally had no leg muscles left. He then started eating both the apple & tuna on days he would be shooting a phyhical scene. His 63-pound weight loss is one of the most drastic for any actor-actress in film history. Director (Brad Anderson) had planned on using some CGI to thin Bale out and was shocked & impressed when he saw Bale's appearance on the first day of shooting knowing he wouldn't need CGI. After Bale was cast as Bruce Wayne-Batman, he was told to get as big as possible. Bale underwent a 6 month dietary and exercise regimen and ended up weighing about 220 pounds- 40 pounds above his normal weight, and 100 pounds from what he weighed in The Machinist. It was decided that Bale had become too large. Friends of his and some of the film crew dubbed him "Fatman". He quickly shed about 20 pounds to have a leaner, more muscular frame. Bale described the experience as an unbearable physical ordeal ☆ BatmanBegins ChristianBale ChristopherNolan ChrisNolan Nolanverse TheBatman BruceWayne GothamCity TheMachinist BradAnderson TrevorReznik TheDarkKnight DarkKnight TheDarkKnightRises DarkKnightRises TDK TDKR DcMovies DcFilms DcMovie DcFilm DcComics DcMultiverse DcComicsFan CapedCrusader TheCapedCrusader DcFans DcComicsUniverse DcComicsUnited DcUniverse
Anaconda, Apple, and Batman: Christian Bale weight loss
 and weight gain
On the left is Christian Bale in the 2004 film The Machinist- the film he did before being cast as Batman in Batman Begins. Check out (The Machinist) if you get a chance. It's one of Bale's best performances. He took up smoking to help curb his appetite when he was crash-dieting for The Machinist. He wanted to drop down to 100 pounds, but the director said no out of fear that his health could be in too much jeopardy. Bale drank one cup of black unsweetened coffee, and ate one can of tuna or one apple each day- for 4 months prior to filming. On the DVD featurette, he said he found that his weakened condition caused problems such as having trouble running because he litterally had no leg muscles left. He then started eating both the apple & tuna on days he would be shooting a phyhical scene. His 63-pound weight loss is one of the most drastic for any actor-actress in film history. Director (Brad Anderson) had planned on using some CGI to thin Bale out and was shocked & impressed when he saw Bale's appearance on the first day of shooting knowing he wouldn't need CGI. After Bale was cast as Bruce Wayne-Batman, he was told to get as big as possible. Bale underwent a 6 month dietary and exercise regimen and ended up weighing about 220 pounds- 40 pounds above his normal weight, and 100 pounds from what he weighed in The Machinist. It was decided that Bale had become too large. Friends of his and some of the film crew dubbed him "Fatman". He quickly shed about 20 pounds to have a leaner, more muscular frame. Bale described the experience as an unbearable physical ordeal ☆ BatmanBegins ChristianBale ChristopherNolan ChrisNolan Nolanverse TheBatman BruceWayne GothamCity TheMachinist BradAnderson TrevorReznik TheDarkKnight DarkKnight TheDarkKnightRises DarkKnightRises TDK TDKR DcMovies DcFilms DcMovie DcFilm DcComics DcMultiverse DcComicsFan CapedCrusader TheCapedCrusader DcFans DcComicsUniverse DcComicsUnited DcUniverse

On the left is Christian Bale in the 2004 film The Machinist- the film he did before being cast as Batman in Batman Begins. Check out (The M...