Shield Question #1- Do I have to wear it around my neck?


Rachel Price and her motherNo, you don’t have to wear it around your neck. You can put your Shield in a pocket or put it in your bra.

The ideal location for the Shield is over the heart. The Shield works easiest and most efficiently there, but it is still doing its job regardless of the location.

The Shield is often worn on a cord, chain or beaded necklace at the heart level. However, as long as it’s on your body somewhere, it will do its job. See Accessories

If you are putting the Shield in your pocket we suggest that you make sure it’s not going to fall out. There are several ways to safeguard it.

  • Attach to a key chain
  • Wear in a belt pouch
  • Loop the silk cord thru a belt loop, then put Shield in your pocket
  • Leave it in the felt pouch it came in – this makes it less likely to slip out of your pocket. But this is the least secure way,

Just putting the bare Shield loose in your pocket is not recommended.

Trust us, we hate the call from someone who had it in their pocket and it fell out.

If putting in your bra, you can do one of two things

  • Keep in felt pouch and pin to your bra
  • Loop the cord around bra strap then slip the Shield thru the loop and pull tight…it’s very secure.

What if I don’t want to put in my pocket either?

If you or someone you are giving a Shield to does not want to even carry it in their pocket, they can put it on the night-stand next to their side of the bed, and, as long as it is within three feet of them, it is in their energy field and balancing and strengthening and protecting them as they sleep. This has a carry-over during the day as well. No, it’s not nearly as effective as wearing it all day – but it’s certainly better than not having a Shield at all.

You can also hang your Shield on the Room Shield Stand and keep on your desk or near you during the day. As Long as it’s within 3 feet of you, it’s doing its job beautifully.

See Shield Instructions for more information


2 thoughts on “Shield Question #1- Do I have to wear it around my neck?

  1. Bobbie Rauhecker

    Academic difficulties are also frequent. The symptoms are especially difficult to define because it is hard to draw a line at where normal levels of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity end and clinically significant levels requiring intervention begin. To be diagnosed with ADHD, symptoms must be observed in two different settings for six months or more and to a degree that is greater than other children of the same age.

    1. AnnaMariah Post author

      Robbie, So true. The ways in which we are impacted by EMF and other environmental issues are so varied it’s often difficult to determine cause. It’s one thing to diagnose the problem, but quite another to get to the cause and make a change for the better. Read this story we recently got from a mother whose son had been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD, was difficult to handle and having tantrums….at their whits end they ordered a Shield and his counselors have noted a dramatic improvement – from disruptive to slightly quirky, but not standing out in the crowd.

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