Environment: Is It Destiny?
Ignorance Of Unhealthy Locations Is Only Bliss To A Point.
In this day and age, our immediate environment is more complex than at any point in human history.
There have always been threats as humans interact with the world. But lately, those threats are growing in number and severity.
Two Types Of Your Location
There are a different set of risks in your immediate environment (within 50 feet) and your larger environment (up to 2 miles away).
I like to think of your immediate environment as your “Micro-Environment.” The larger area is your “Macro-Environment.”
50 feet around you.
200 feet -to- 2 miles away.
Where you are now, or later. Where you spend your time.
Your Immediate Environment
A 50-foot radius around you. That’s your immediate environment.
The health of your “micro-environment” almost always depends on the building you’re in now.
When you’re outside, the variables affecting your health are usually more than 50 feet away (so they’re “macro” environment factors).
Your micro-environment includes all the factors that make your current building — and specifically your current room — an area that promotes your health or detracts from your health.
There are three main variables when determining the health of any building: indoor air quality, indoor lighting quality, and EMF exposure.
Indoor Air Quality
Indoor Lighting Quality
Indoor EMF Exposure
DEFINITION: MICRO LOCATION
Your location in a room or building.
Are you in a “sick” buildings & rooms?
Are you in a healthy building & room?
Healthy Buildings & Rooms
- Clean indoor air
- Healthy indoor lighting
- Low/Zero EMF exposure
“Sick” Buildings & Rooms
- Unhealthy indoor air
- Unhealthy indoor lighting
- Moderate/High EMF exposure
Building Health Is 99% Of Your Micro-Environment.
up to several miles away.
A Larger Footprint
The macro-environment expands to include dangers up to a couple of miles away.
Potential risks might include a cell tower, 300 feet up the street, or the factory a mile away. Other variables: weather (the number of sunny days per year or average humidity), living downwind of city centers, and traffic congestion in your area.
There are four main variables when determining the health of your area: outdoor air quality, outdoor EMF exposure, sunlight quality, and living stress.
Outdoor Air Quality
Outdoor EMF Exposure
DEFINITION: MACRO LOCATION
Geographic location of your home or work.
This completes the Introduction.
To continue, select Macro.
(Micro is coming soon).