energetic component

energetic component,

n encompasses six energy systems in and around the body, including acoustic, thermal, elastic, electromagnetic, photonic, and gravitational; practitioners employ avenues of intuition, balancing, and sensing to harness these elements and bring the body toward homeostasis.
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As Reserve Direct grew to include 10 destinations Diana was responsible for training new Market Managers and was an energetic component to the ongoing expansion of the company.
There's an energetic component to these programs that people are seeking now.
Their results offer, in principle, the possibility to use the refined individual acids both as a chemical raw and as a source of energetic components of food.
As complicated as such an approach may be, the chronically ill patient has a better likelihood for a good outcome by considering the emotional and energetic components with the biochemical and biologic treatments.
Beginning this month, the ARC Automotive unit of Sequa Corporation (NYSE; SQAA), which manufactures energetic components for airbag inflators at its plant here, will transfer production from the Camden facility to plants in Reynosa, Mexico and Xi'an, China.
ARC also produces automotive air bag inflators and supplies energetic components for the air bags from its high capacity propulsion plant in Camden, Arkansas.
ARC also produces automotive air bag inflators and supplies energetic components for the inflators from its high capacity propulsion plant in Camden, AR.
Sales of airbag inflators moved higher for 1999, while shipments of energetic components to a 50 percent-owned affiliate in Europe declined.