Sleep Advice

Posted by Josh on 05/29/2011

Should our heads face north or south when sleeping?


Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

Given a plant grown under North Magnetic field and South magnetic field, magnetic north grows twice faster than magnetic south and twice faster grown with no magnetic field. In general North are active and stimulating and South are relaxing and healing. If we lie reading I found head pointing North, but if we need healing and relaxing it pointing South. North is for growing and growth, and South is for healing and relaxing. Should you have a good night sleep I found generally pointing South help sleep, but if I point my head towards North I have trouble relaxing. Of course that is general rule, but there might be differences in each people, depending on whether they get proper sleep or not. If improper sleep chances are they are not pointing South, but there is getting yourself grounded with the bed too.


Replied by Josh

The head of the body is the north end, and the toes are considered the south pole of the body, right?

So this means you recommend aligning the north part of body (head) with south, and south part (toes) with north, correct? Thanks again!


10/29/2011: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: "Yes, that works best for me in sleep. But if you want to lie down and watch television you have to do opposite, head north, toe south.


10/30/2011: Anonymous replies: "I use a north pole magnet underlay and sleep with head pointed North. Do you recommend I use north pole magnets and sleep with head pointed south?


10/30/2011: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: "Sleeps work better with your head pointing south, it helps you relax. You generally sleep better. As far as underlay North or South, I haven't experimented with that. But north is stimulating and south in general is relaxing and healing. It might apply for underlay too, I don't know. What I do know is energy flows parallel to magnetic fields. It might not be the same for everybody as to North or South, but I tested for 30 years, that pointing South generally works the best for relaxing and sleeping. My guess is pointing south with underlay north magnets. You have to experiment with that one and see how it goes. As to underlay with mixed north and south, that's the worst.