At a physical level, our cells generate electricity. Every cell in the body is a miniature battery. The movement of electrically charged ions at the cellular level is the basic building block in the complex electromagnetic workings of our “body electric.”
Every muscle we move, every thought we think, every morsel of food we digest involves electrical activity. Our feelings, memories, and thoughts are coded in patterns of tiny electrical impulses. Electrical fields help regulate tissue growth in the fetus and promote tissue regeneration in adults.
Electrics particularly relate to the heart, as it is the strongest electrical generator in the body. The heart is amazingly intelligent, having every single receptor that the brain has. It thinks. It remembers. It feels, knows and loves. The heart makes hormones, has its own nervous system, and regulates your rhythm.
The Electrics are a subtle energy system that interconnects with all of the other energy systems as well as the physical body.
The flow of charged ions causes your heart to beat and your muscles to contract. But nowhere in the body is electrical activity better documented than the brain, which contains roughly a hundred billion electrically conductive, biological wires. We even have the biological equivalent of a spark plug in our heart called the sinus node that keeps our heart beating.