Explanation of stress, tension, electricity and magnetism
Our grandparents used terms like tense and nervous. The word stress comes from the Latin verb stringere and means to tension and tension.
During the Second World War, the Allied came to liberate Europe. According to the Europeans, the Allied all suffered from tension but they used stress rather than the word tension. This was because the Canadian doctor H. Selye had introduced the word stress for people with psychological and physical complaints in the 1930s.
The words ‘tension’ and ‘tense’ are barely used these days; we are much more likely to use stress and stressed to talk about all sorts of complaints. There is a lot of ‘confusion’ about the meaning of the word stress, even though the original work of doctor H. Selye describes it quite clearly. “Stress is Tension”, Essential to Life!
Bruno Santanera describes
“Stress = Tension = Electricity + Magnetism”
and together they form the components of the word electromagnetism.
The Basis of Life!
Confusion, ignorance and explanation
Practical experience since 1982
Patients would turn up to Bruno Santanera’s practice and would have permanent complaints, such as headaches, insomnia, muscle ache, phantom pains, hyperventilation, anxiety, palpitations, dermatological complaints, etc. He would always ask them if they’d been to see a doctor. The doctor often diagnosed “stress” and that the patient was too busy or worried too much.
Most patients were given tranquilisers, creams or painkillers. In first instance they were satisfied with what their doctor said, but for many the problem was not solved…… and the result was “that the patient would have to learn to live with this”. So they came to Bruno Santanera. He explained the scientific content and meaning of “stress is tension” and an unstable electromagnetic field. In other words, a surplus of positive (+) charge or a surplus of negative (-) charge uses the central nervous system to find its way out to the weak points in our body and causes or deteriorates physical and psychological complaints.
solved the unstable electromagnetic tension for these patients by “explaining his theory and invention”!
|A surplus of positive (+) tension causes and worsens:||A surplus of negative (-) tension causes and worsens:|
|Restlessness||Fatigue and melancholy|
|Propensity for aggression||Insomnia|
|Inflammations in general||Dizziness|
|Rash, itch||Poor concentration|
|High blood pressure||Shyness|
|Hyperactive thyroid||Little or no sexuality|
|Muscle ache||Hypoactive thyroid|
These positive (+) and negative (—) charges in the body must be brought in balance or stabilised in order to prevent, reduce and sometimes even cure the above-mentioned problems.
Read the displayed letters as they recognise what you can achieve with my simple therapy as it is published on this website.