Dr. Laura Koniver, M.D.'s favorite healing tools

Going outside and directly touching the earth is the very best way to get grounded.  Although indoor grounding tools can help us access earth's energy when weather, illness, mobility issues keep us indoors, and they can also help us connect for longer periods of time (like sleeping grounded all night long) be sure you continue your outdoor grounding practice as well.  Direct to earth is best!  Here are some tools to help you stay protected and connected as you explore the earth around you: