(Getting a bit off-topic here chaps... we're moving into the realm of Technopathic Stress. I may have to split this into a new thread)
Bob, I think you and I are pretty much in agreement on this topic. The symptoms of early technopathic stress are so similar to that of geopathic stress that they are often confused; I'm finding that the technopathic stress is the larger issue in people's homes these days with the proliferation of wireless technology, smart meters and the like.
Joey's approach is interesting, and if you find it alleviates the symptoms for you then by all means use it, but I'd like to see some proper research that clearly demonstrates a reduction of the well documented physical effects of pulsed microwave radiation by using Joey's methods.
There are two key phrases in his chapter that define his approach for me:
There is a significant difference between the subtle electrical fields you can find with dowsing and the physical EMF fields you can detect with electronic equipment, such as gauss meters.
This I would agree with.
I find that the subtle counterpart to the physical electrical field affects us more than the physical field, until the physical electrical field gets much stronger than is commonly thought of as being harmful to us.
This I don't agree with. This is subjective opinion. I will concede that might
be possible to alleviate symptoms in individuals, or even groups of individuals, for instance Dr. Ibraham Karim claims success at treating an entire Swiss village using Biogeometry methods
. But I haven't seen any research that actually demonstrates anything happening on the physical level with these methods.
To me, this sort of approach is like taking an aspirin every day to relieve migraines. It's masking the symptoms, not curing the problem. The best first-line defence is to reduce your exposure to these radiations as much as possible by replacing wireless with wired where you can, and screening where you cannot. It is still possible to maintain a technological lifestyle without exposing ourselves to such high levels of pulsed microwave radiation - e.g. your mobile phone can work at much lower levels of signal than are currently used, we can use wired networks instead of wireless, as is already happening in several places in Europe. France for example has stopped providing free Wi-Fi in libraries and other public buildings because of the increased incidence of staff sickness, has banned the use of Wi-Fi in schools except for when needed for a particular lesson, and banned it completely in nursery schools. Britain is far behind the rest of Europe in this field.
For more information on technopathic stress, I recommend my book A Basic Guide to Technopathic Stress
; it's an easy to read summary of the main hazards in the home with lots of tips on ways to reduce your exposure. It's now in its second edition and costs £9.95. There's a review by Simon Wheeler over in the books section of the forum.