The most usual cause of geopathic stress is underground water, usually
an underground stream, flowing beneath a house. The water rapidly flowing through rock gives rise to an electrical field which can affect the health of those living above it.
Geopathic Lines maybe harmful for us but according to many net sources cats, wasps, owls, honeybees love these places as well as trees.
John finds these lines by using a very old method used world wide in many cultures to find underground water wells. It is called Dowsing and is carried out with a hazel/willow/apple Y-twig or with two L-shaped metal/copper wires/rods.
I tried dowsing with a Hazel rod but got no results at all. So I made L-shape metal wire rods.
I made sure Im very relaxed and not thinking much about how this works and if it is truer or not ... I just walked slowly and the rods would cross at certain spots which I would mark with a twig.
I approached dowsing with the same mind as when practicing Anapanasati meditation, not being lost in mind stories about dowsing but being grounded in the awareness of breathing and walking.
The result showed some sort of a grid pattern. I marked each spot with a stick and connected them with a rope. The lines go from NW-SE and NE-SW. Distance from each knot/crossing spot is 3.4-3.5 meters. I can clearly see an Ash trees line matching the NW-SE line.
The Nw-SE line is the one passing through our bed (thinking about moving the bed).
I re-tested the results several times and this time I feel confident about it. They each time showed the same spot
when starting dowsing the rods are placed streight ...
the rods cross when they come above the Geopathic Line. This can be re-tested by walking from the oposite side.
Geophatic spots marked with branches and connected with a rope. Here one can see clearly the left line matching the line of the Ash trees in the forest behind. I will place the hives right above the crossing points. Hopefuly this will help bees fight parasites by raisng their energy level. It sure doesnt cost anything to try it :)