Lavender&rose
Lavender&rose
@lavenderrose
2 years ago
82 posts

I keep a nice piece of fluorite on my desk in between the comp and me. Worth a try. Looks pretty, and it Is said to absorb electronic junk.

Also, can you have a potplant where you work? Spider plants are said to absorb well, and there are probably a bunch of others that will do the trick.

Nocturne's Angel
Nocturne's Angel
@nocturnes-angel
2 years ago
928 posts

Hematite works well for me.

Nocturne's Angel
Nocturne's Angel
@nocturnes-angel
2 years ago
928 posts

You're welcome

Goodenergyhealing
Goodenergyhealing
@goodenergyhealing
2 years ago
392 posts

yes, as mentioned already - you can research plants and crystals. One crystal that has not been mentioned already is shungite!

You can also pray for specific protections, harmonizations etc. Or you could e.g. visualize something like an etheric copper Faraday cage, connected to the floor/ ground, around electric devices, and task it with grounding electric frequencies as best as possible....

I used to think that I had electro smog sensitivity when I worked in a large office. Had quite a few crystals all around me, but it did not seem to do much. Funnily if I ever worked weekends, with much fewer people around I used to feel much better. Looking back now (and not having any problems with my home PC), I feel that most my problems back then were people related, their healing resistances etc. Some of those energy discords might have masqueraded as electro sensitivities.

Lavender&rose
Lavender&rose
@lavenderrose
2 years ago
82 posts

Yes.I think if you are a sensitive person it can be hard to pinpoint what you're sensitive to.

I used to work in an office a few years ago, but only part-time and I would need to lie around for a day afterwards to recover! I just find being around people really tiring, not even from an empath perspective, but as an introvert.

But then there is also the horrible fluoro lighting, the travelling on crowded public transport to get to the office, etc, the place is overheated or too cold. In another place I worked years ago the airconditioning was really bad, using 50% recycled air they said, and it was a big public venue where I had to greet many hundreds of patrons every night. I used to think it was the airconditioning sucking the life out of me. I am better off as I am working from home.

Lavender&rose
Lavender&rose
@lavenderrose
2 years ago
82 posts

It gives me a stinking headache!

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