Karen Rice King—Earth Acupuncture Testimonial by Andrea Jehn Part 1

The Local – Steamboat Springs
by Andrea Jehn

For the past two decades Karen Rice King has been perfecting her version of a technique called “Earth
Acupuncture.” King practices many forms of energy medicine on people and the earth, and has been
intuitive her whole life. She can remember instances of clairvoyance, clairaudience, and clairsentience
since a young age, and embarked on her life as an intuitive healer after a diving accident helped her
break into self-healing in 1972.

Her modalities are many, but in recent years she has focused more on “Geobiology,” the study of the
earth’s energetic effects on all forms of life, and dowsing to find underground elements or energy.
Although it doesn’t get much press, Geobiology has been around since the 1930’s. Researchers in this
field have been studying the disruptive energies beneath us and their effects on human health for more
than 70 years.

In Earth Acupuncture, geobiologists dowse for “geopathic stress,” zones of energy which conflict with and
cause harm to living organisms. They find the meridians, unseen electromagnetic energy lines, and map
them out for the healing procedure. These meridians can be caused by underground water flow, radiation,
elements in the earth, and human impact (technology, construction, ley lines, etc.) above and within the
earth. These energy lines can be as frequent as every six feet, and can affect the physical and emotional
health of all living organisms.

Partial list of geopathic stress symptoms: Sleep disorders, tingling, numbness, pain in arms and legs,
chronic fatigue, aching and swelling, dizziness, frequent headaches, vision problems, disorientation,
memory loss, instability, stress, nausea, inability to heal, allergies, problematic menstrual cycles, anxiety,
listlessness, resistance to medical treatment, inability to absorb vitamins and minerals, ADD, MS,
hyperactivity, depression and a general feeling of malaise.

Read Part 2 of this article!

Love & Light

Karen Rice King

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