Whatever happened to the peace-loving generation of the sixties? Life seemed so much simpler then, but in reality our country was dealing with a different set of problems. Even the seventies and eighties seemed a lot less stressful than our world today. Some will say it’s the post-9/11 era, and our insatiable greed in this country that has caused so much anxiety. Living through the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression doesn’t help either. But even with all the bad news we hear about today, people in America just don’t seem to be as joyful and optimistic as they once were. Maybe it’s me, but I’ve noticed we’re a lot less satisfied with life than we were a few decades ago.
That’s when I started hearing a lot about the impact of low-level electromagnetic fields on our health, and how our exposure to computers, cell phones and countless other electronics is causing undue stress on our bodies. At first I was a bit skeptical about whether this could be true, because I’ve always believed we are fairly resilient creatures, but scientists are showing real concern over this trend.
The Philip Stein watch company was aware of this long before the first news reports about the detrimental effects of cell phones. Their Teslar watches debuted in 2002 to wide critical acclaim, because their patented frequency technology has such a positive impact on the health of the wearer.
Teslar watches work by emitting the same frequency that is present when the earth is in its most natural and harmonious condition. This is also the frequency that exists in the human brain when it is in a relaxed and meditative state. A new electromagnetic field is created around the wearer, which actually repels electronic “pollution” and its negative effects and promotes an overall sense of well being.
We may never go back the peace loving days of the sixties, the disco days of the seventies (thank God), or the optimism of the eighties and nineties, but by wearing a Philip Stein watch we can feel as if we had. Just be sure you buy a genuine Philip Stein Teslar watch, not a replica, or you could be a victim of a Teslar scam.