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Walking barefooted

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Walking in nature is one of the natural prescriptions for better health.

Now what about walking barefooted..?

Why can’t we take a step back and synchronize with the mother earth by taking the shoes off at least for five minutes daily?

With the advancements in technology, we are missing the pampering of mother earth from where we all evolved. So why can’t we take a cautious move to feel her love..?

Walk barefooted on grass, sand or soil and feel the earth’s natural electric charge.

Don’t feel it to be a anti-culture trend.  There is a scientific reason behind this. Walking barefoot means we have a connection with the earth and its magnetic field. And it seems better when our body comes in direct contact with the natural charges of earth.

You are guaranteed to stand out in a crowd while walking barefooted. But don’t be ashamed while running against technology. Definitely it will improve the physical fitness. Grounding enhances your awareness on the body and posture. And moreover there is a balancing of electrons happening while grounded, and it helps to increase our senses. You are much conscious and present at the moment as you have to watch where you are walking.

And finally don’t miss to wash your feet thoroughly after walking barefooted..;)

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Author: Akhila

I am flying across the space between words and whipping up whimsical waves of notion to discern the quantum code of my soul.

88 thoughts on “Walking barefooted

  1. Hiya lovely post! I actually did a similar post recently on benefits of walking barefoot if your interested! XO https://beyoutifulinsideoutblog.wordpress.com/2017/03/26/hello-spring-2017-ground-yourself-with-barefoot-walking/#comment-442 XO

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  2. So true. Nature is so grounding and walking bare feet gives you that direct connection with the earth. Thanks for sharing. I have just started a poem blog on WordPress in case you have time to have look? Have a good evening, Sam 🙂

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  3. do you find people staring at you..

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  4. Going back to the basics is always good this is one of the finest example you have taken and supported with scientific reason.

    One must try !

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  5. Wonderful post as always 😊

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  6. Nice topic akhila I also like to.walk barefooted bhut it is not possible in muddy fields😉

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  7. hmmm…liked the ‘electron balancing’ part!!! the true feel of earth!!!

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  8. This post is simply..
    A-Admirable..
    K-Knowledgable &..
    H-Heartly..
    I-Inspirable..
    L-Loveable…
    A-@Akhilaaaaa…
    Thank u….for making it AVAILABLE….

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  9. Walking on the beach bare footed sounds glorious. Lovely post Akhila.

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  10. Your life is full of electrons. I loved it, true so that a connection we need to make with earth and the one who’s supporting lives since ages. Even walking barefoot is good for diabetic patients, i heard it somewhere. And it always feel good when one is barefoot in temples and places as such, direct connection with all the elements we are mad up of.

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  11. Everything is true. The only governing constraint is that this calm walking should be done on countryside and not in the city. Otherwise god knows what is there instead of soil.

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  12. In Trivandrum a lot of nature lovers do the same practice. They call this practice by the name naturopathy. These people started super restaurants at various parts of the city, where we get good natural food like ജാപ്പി, അരിയുണ്ട, തേൻ നെല്ലിക്ക, പുൽ ജ്യൂസ്, കഞ്ഞി – മുളയരി, തിന, ചമ്പാവരി എന്നിവയൊക്കെ കൊണ്ടുള്ളത് . പിന്നെ ഗംഭീര സദ്യയും – സാധാ സദ്യ അല്ല. ആദ്യം വിവിധ ഫലങ്ങൾ ( Fruits) തരും പിന്നെ രണ്ടിനം ചോറും കറികളും ( കറികളിൽ ഉപ്പിനു പകരം ഇന്തുപ്പും വാളൻപുളിക്ക് പകരം പിന്നറും തക്കാളിയും) ഒപ്പം മൂന്നിനം ജ്യുസുകൾ – കഞ്ഞി വെള്ളം, ബീറ്റ്റൂട്ട് സത്ത്, തിന പായസം – തുടങ്ങിയവയും കിട്ടും. തിരുവനന്തപുരത്ത് പത്തായമാണ് ഏറ്റവും പ്രസിദ്ധം.

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  13. Great post, Akhila.
    Explicitly written.

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  14. Akhila what a wonderful post really we have forgotten to enjoy in nature with all these technologies. So well explained in your superb pic too.

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    • Thank you kamal…you are right, we have forgotten many such wonderful things in this nature…we will miss it, if we are not having a cconscious eye on this, atleast during a restart

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  15. When i read the article i was about to tell you about Kerala but then got to know you are a malayali. 🙂

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    • Thanks abdul…and let me know what made you remind on malayalees..where are you from..?

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      • I was born and bought up in Kerala. You know why it reminded me of malayalees, because i heard stories how our old generation had walked miles barefooted and at the same time if you look at the people working in paddy fields and other agricultural they don’t wear shoes. They like to go to the fields barefooted and they even advice our “new generation” to feel the earth..

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        • You are absolutely right…our old generation preferred to walk barefooted.. Even they preferred to sleep on the floor…even though they didn’t know the science behind the same, they were indirectly making them healthy

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  16. Nice information. It also feels refreshing to walk barefooted on the grass in winter mornings.

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  17. That’s one of the reason why tell you to remove shoes while going inside home or temple ..

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  18. Reminds me back home dad use to ask us to walk barefoot early morning on the green grass.. apparently eyesight increased by doing so..

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  19. True. I like to wear lace less shoe so i can easily take them off and on easily when required 😊

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  20. Well said Akhila. Walking barefoot on grass is known to have therapeutic benefits!

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  21. I simply love embracing nature ,its so soothing .It can make you feel a positive vibe instantly .Very well said akhila 🙂

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  22. My best times are when I can count entire days when I don’t wear shoes. The wearing of shoes when they are not necessary, as well as the wearing of clothing, is all part of the process to keep Earthians disconnected from the natural world and dependent upon “the System” and most cling to this programming, frowning on bare feet and bare skin. What I find truly funny is how many people consider shoes cleaner than bare feet if they’ve been on the same path. In fact, bare feet are cleaner than shoes and easier to wipe. Let’s all go barefoot!

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    • Let’s all go bare foot..i wish if the message is reached ever where …really glad with your words shatara…really happy to note that there are many following this path…

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  23. Nicely written Akhila..I love what you write every time by bringing such little things to a great importance…

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  24. In Ayurveda, for any treatment they recommend walking barefoot,either on mud or grass. It helps speed up the healing process it seems.

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