lamps. Friday , February 03rd , 2017 - 09:50:16 AM
Their materials have been treated for protection against harsh conditions of weather. Once in their places, you shouldn't be concerned that extremes of heat and cold will warp or break the material. They are made to withstand both heat and cold equally well.
Emergency Room medical staff have this figured out. They are compassionate healers, but they make sure to protect themselves in the process. They have all that they need to keep themselves safe from taking on the client's symptoms; gloves, masks, disinfectants, hand washing protocols, etc. They connect with patients in a compassionate way in order to learn what is wrong, and then they offer their healing skills and techniques. They don't become engulfed in the patient's pain, and they dont feel guilty for leaving when their shift is over. They know that there's always someone else to cover for them and that they need the time off to rest and recharge, so that they can come in and do their best work the following day. They have figured out that taking on someone else's pain does not end their suffering; and that it only increases the amount of suffering in the world. When I teach Reiki classes, I give the following analogy:
While all of these explanations may have some validity, there is no question that blue security lighting just plain looks different. Everyone is accustomed to seeing an area or premise lit up with traditional security flood lights. In fact it is so common that most people dont even consciously notice it. But, an area lit up with blue light causes people to take a second look. These extra eyes peering at a location makes crooks and people who dont belong in the illuminated area feel uneasy. Consequently, they are inclined to avoid the area under blue light illumination. At least thats my explanation why blue light illumination worked well for the office complex walkway.
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