WAKE UP AND STOP 5 G

The WHO cover-up that is costing us the Earth

"A must-read, if ever there was one!"

A wireless wake-up call, with a message for all of humanity

By Olga Sheean - 08. July 2019

​Radiation from wireless technologies now spans the globe, affecting all forms of life. The resulting electromagnetic fields (EMFs) are causing epidemics of illness, addictions and disorders that often fail to be attributed to the true underlying cause. 

With humour, insights and discoveries from the forefront of modern science, this book tells a profoundly personal story, revealing the deeper truth about our love affair with technology, why governments are hiding the facts, and how neuroplasticity and quantum physics are transforming our perception of reality and our capacity to transform our personal and planetary health.

Are you ready to say goodbye ?

 

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​Go offline!

​​Reduce the demand that you have helped to create. There is no industry on Earth that can survive unless we feed the demand for it. Likewise, if there is a demand for a healthier alternative, someone will invent a less harmful technology. Find a way to reduce your dependence on the wireless industry …and keep looking for eco-friendly alternatives. Switch from a smartphone to a flip phone, to be used only for essential calls. Do all other work and data downloads on a wired computer. It may be inconvenient, but so is cancer, which doesn’t come with an OFF switch.

Make a healthy connection

​Wire and inspire. There are many benefits to having your computer hard-wired, beyond the health-related ones. Keeping your computer/laptop in your office or other designated workspace creates a healthy boundary between your virtual world and your real one. This enhances your relationships, your capacity to be emotionally present, and the importance you give to those close to you. By ‘closing the door’ on that other world of endless distractions, you immediately become more emotionally and physically available—to yourself as well as to others. In sharing more of yourself, you will inspire others to do the same.

Be a good friend

Switch off from technology and switch on your humanity. Connect with family, friends and neighbours and be truly present, giving them your fullest attention, with no cell phones, computers or other distractions diluting your focus in the moment. Bring someone a gift, talk to people on the street and have a conscious conversation, really listening to what’s being said.

​Kick back and relax

Do nothing. Sit in stillness, allow your body and mind to be peaceful, and give yourself a chance to get good at it. You will then be less likely to crave distractions or to depend on social media or other online interactions in the hope of creating a meaningful connection.  

Slow down, pay attention

Pay attention to what you have neglected. What aspects of your self have you neglected or allowed to become dormant, while focusing on work, e-mails, texts or social media? If there’s some challenge in your life, go for a walk and let your mind ponder some creative solutions, instead of looking for instant answers online. In being electronically on, what have you not done for yourself? Buy yourself a plant. Go for a massage. Move your body. Cook an elaborate, delicious meal, using healthy organic ingredients and your own imagination. Read a book.

Slow down and stop multi-tasking. We are all moving so fast that we rarely give ourselves a chance to process things or integrate life. Allow your mind to catch up and life will flow more smoothly.

Enjoy yourself and your surroundings

Reduce your ambient EMFs and boost your own electromagnetic field. Laughter, music, creativity, meditation, yoga and being in nature boost your electromagnetic field and nourish your spirit. The body thrives when nourished in these simple ways, all of which counter the negative effects of sitting at a computer, commuting to work or living in a high-rise building. Play with your dog, earth your body by lying on the grass, notice the trees and the changing season, look up at the sky, move your body and give your mind a rest.