THE ENERGY - CUDU STONE
In conventional physics, the degree of disorder is described by the term entropy. The negative entropy can be equated with the term order. Erwin Schrödinger wrote in his book "What is Life": "Life is something that absorbs and stores negative entropy, ...". Thus he describes the negative entropy as life energy, a highly structured and organized form of energy. There is no doubt on our part that the human organism comes into a state of harmony and order through the increase of life energy.
For many millennia, many ancient cultures have spoken of an energy that today often seems forgotten. Under names such as chi, prana, ether or orgone, it is known as an all-flowing energy. Ancient Chinese medicine speaks of it as a crucial factor in physical, mental and emotional health and development. Energy is subject to a constant cycle of consumption and renewal. If their free flow is weakened or blocked at any level of our lives, it can cause disease and disruption.
A key factor in our physical and mental well-being is the amount of energy available to us. In our language, we often use things like "I'm exhausted," "I feel empty," or "I feel energetic." If we consume more energy than we have at our disposal, we feel exhausted. If we are bursting with energy, the everyday problems are child's play. But why?
Everything around us is energy that binds a certain amount of information to itself. This information is recorded and processed by us through various channels. However, for this process we need a certain amount of energy to allow the processing of the "data". Feel, taste, smell, hear, everything costs energy.
The example of stress makes that very clear. We come into a situation, or a series of situations that cost us energy. No matter if our energy level is high or low, the situations want to be done. If our necessary energy is insufficient, the amount of energy from organs and other parts of our body will be subtracted and used. If we stay permanently in this state of deficiency, we become lethargic and ultimately ill.
In short, the amount of energy available to us is fundamentally crucial to how we feel and think.
There are some ways to increase the amount of energy in our body. The sun is our biggest source of energy. Everyone knows that. In the summer we feel fit, fresh and good. In winter, however, tired, lethargic and sick. The reason for this is the lack of sunlight.
Breathing also helps us increase our energy levels. Deep, long breaths, such as those used in meditation, supply our system with life energy.
Scientists have found that zero point energy, or even called free energy, contains exactly what we describe as life energy. The CuduStone technology permanently absorbs free energy from the room and returns it to the environment in concentrated form. Unique molecular structures have enabled us to develop a new source of vital energy.