If only you would take your shoes off - Grounding with John Craig
John Craig John Craig, (a.k.a. Echan deravy) born in Scotland, has lived multiple lives as an expat in Japan. He has been an entrepreneur in the West and the East, has written and translated over 40 books on new paradigm science, spirituality, travel and ancient civilization as well as translated works on consciousness, health and ecology. As a documentary film maker he has recently produced 'Why on Earth' about a barefoot walk across Iceland as well as 'Earth Pilgrims' filmed in six different countries. He has been a corporate adviser, adventure tour leader, interpreter, free lance journalist, lecturer and television commentator in Japan. As a disaster relief worker he has been inside Japan's worst tsunami devastation as a truck driver as well as built a typhoon bunker with earthship volunteers on Leyte island in the Philippines. He has practised zen all his adult life and has a penchant for arcane mysticism especially from the 13th century. He introduced earthing to Japan and has begun a substantial movement under the banner of Earthling.
In this episode John discusses Earthing (or grounding) and doesn't hold back! A remarkably entertaining interview that sets the world to rights and makes us aware of our vital link to mother Earth. We discuss the benefits to health, how we can all get earthed wherever we live, the difficulty of raising awareness, and the need to re-address the sacred feminine.
To learn more about Earthing, watch the short film entitled Down to Earth
So kick your shoes off, tickle your toes on the grass and enjoy some grounded listening ;)