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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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Facility managers who have stayed on top of important technology developments to keep up production over the years won't want to let aging grounding or inadequate ground testing blindside them anymore.
notes that some plumbers have already begun responding to homeowners' concerns about ground currents by recommending the removal of grounding connections from water pipes.
If double insulation is present, the tool will not have a 3-wire, grounding cord.
SINCE SAND IS EASY TO MOVE, GROUNDING PLATES CAN BE A GOOD IDEA IN THE DESERT.
If rocky or frozen ground stops you from driving a ground rod deep enough, consider other forms of grounding or multiple ground rods.