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- Relating to the theory that natural irregularities in the earth's magnetic field can be intensified by power lines, underground pipelines, and other natural and man-made features such that a stress field harmful to human health and well-being is created.
1996, Jane Thurnell-Read, Geopathic Stress: How Earth Energies Affect Our Lives:
- This informative book will help you protect your health and well-being at home and at work, by explaining what GS is and how its energies react with the body;
2002, Judy Hall, Crystal User's Handbook: An Illustrated Guide, page 72:
- GEOPATHIC STRESS / The Earth has its own subtle energy field and meridians (called ley lines). If the earth's grid is disturbed, creating geopathic stress
2007, Herbert Ross; Keri Brenner, Alternative Medicine Magazine's Definitive Guide to Sleep Disorders, page 172:
- As geopathic stress often occurs in thin bands, relocating the bed elsewhere