Watercooler Wednesday (Electronic Pollution)
These are the Philip Stein Teslar Watches. I have a beautiful white one, but couldn’t find a picture of that one to show you.
Over a period of time, electronic pollution accumulates in our lives and can create chaos in the electromagnetic energy field in our bodies. Everyday stress, illness, hours in front of your computer monitor and even using your iPhone at stoplights can throw even the best of us "off".
Enter the Philip Stein Teslar Watch. The Teslar chip in the watch begins to work immediately through your electromagnetic field, the second you put it on your wrist. The chip is like a regenerator and balances the electromagnetic field, refreshes, calms and invigorates.
As a stay at home mom to three active boys, my kids have been known to yell: "Ma! The watch! Go put your watch on now!" Sometimes when I call my husband at work, whispering that "Somebody is about to lose their life if they don’t stop it," He quietly says "You’re not wearing your watch are you? Go put on the watch honey and I’ll see you tonight."
But truly, the watch has been a beautiful thing. I love it so much that I bought my husband one for our 15th anniversary. Sometimes he gets a little crazy when he wears it, and I have to ask him to take it off, let it rest for awhile. I would love to try more of a sportier watch. I don’t want to work out in my current one, it’s too pretty to sweat on.
What are your thoughts on the body’s electromagnetic field? Do you have your own ways of staying balanced without Teslar’s magical chip?
This post is part of Randy Elrod’s Watercooler Wednesday. Check out his Ethos blog for all things creative!