Remain or Leave - magnetic attraction
Wednesday, 22 June 2016
There's a lot of talk buzzing around the web in Britain these days about Remain or Leave. That's the EU of course. Don't worry, I'm not going to bother you with politics. You've probably had enough of it and by the time you read this it'll all be over - one way or another.
But what I am going to write about it the whole concept of magnetic attraction and - in a broader sense - what pulls us together. What is the common ground between people? We all want prosperity. We all want happiness. And we all want health.
Health is proving to be a big issue in the remain or leave debate. I won't go into the rights and wrongs or who says what. But I will say this. If we want to promote health in society we need to explore all the options and not just those of conventional medicine. Just as the referendum on the EU is based on the premise that politics is too important to be left to the politicians, health is too important to be left to the doctors. And that is why we, the people, should push for more alternative medicine and therapy. This, of course, includes therapy magnets for healing.
And this, neatly segues into my theme - to which I return, yet again, with no apologies: therapy magnets. By that, I do not mean going into a therapist's office and spending a fortune on being hooked up to electromagnetic machines. Rather, I mean wearing magnetic on one's person to counter such chronic ailments as osteoarthritis, which has been proven to benefit from magnetic therapy.
And if one is going to wear a healing magnet on one's person, it might as well be pleasing to the eye and aesthetically positive, whether it be copper bracelet for arthritis or one the many men's bracelets packed with sports magnets. My reasoning is that just as magnets are attractive to other magnets (opposite poles and all that - or should it be polls?) and to red blood cells, aesthetic attractiveness has a powerful effect on one's mentality, promoting the kind of positivity that counters pain and promotes an internal sense of well-being.
Remember that disease is a word that comes from dis-ease. In other words, the opposite of disease is being at ease. And healing bracelets with extra strong magnets that also look good, will certainly promote a sense of ease.