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Bioenergetics
The degree of awareness of a person’s physical experience, sexuality and pleasure orientation, as reflects his or her realities; achieving a grounded state is a goal of bioenergetics and body-oriented psychotherapies, as a “grounded” person is better able to handle emotional crises, painful memories and psychological exploration.
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notes that some plumbers have already begun responding to homeowners' concerns about ground currents by recommending the removal of grounding connections from water pipes.
But safety-code representatives emphasized that to maintain protection against fires and electrocution -- the reason for electrical grounding in the first place -- such a current-interrupting insulator must be placed more than 10 feet outside the point at which the pipes enter a building, recalls Donald Cushman, who directs EMF programs for Rochester (N.
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Finally, connect the 155-ft grounding wire to the mounting bracket bolt of the #1 floodlight.
Use tie wraps, NSN 5975-00-074-2072, to secure the grounding wire to the power cable.
First, if the system you are grounding needs to move and then set up again at a moment's notice.
Effective grounding of the 60-KW generator starts with the ground rod.