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- v. Present participle of unground.
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When spiritual energies were swirling and entering the Earth atmosphere in increasing intensity, around mid-August 1987, during the Harmonic Convergence, I felt myself spiraling in a surge of expansion that was exhilarating, but also dispersing and ungrounding.
Glacier accelerations causing this imbalance have been related to enhanced surface meltwater production penetrating to the bed to lubricate glacier motion, and to ice-shelf removal, ice-front retreat, and glacier ungrounding that reduce resistance to flow.
Walski would have gotten away with it if he hadn't been careless, but I imagine being in the middle of the Iraqi desert with a laptop has got to be somewhat ungrounding.