Environmental Stress Surveys
Environmental Surveys address various aspects of environmental stress that could be adversely affecting you in your home or workplace and provide solutions. Sylvia's environmental expertise, coupled with her practical knowledge about the construction of buildings has proved very helpful for many of our clients. An environmental stress survey is particularly recommended when you buy or sell a property or relocate your workplace.
Advising on the potential impact of environmental features such as trees, water and landscape forms, roads, boundaries and entrances in regards to Feng Shui challenges.
Reducing the effects of sick building syndrome (SBS) and chemical overload in the workplace.
Measuring the electronic emissions from power sources inside and outside your property.
Identifying natural and man-made geopathic stress and resolving it when possible.
Clearing unpleasant residual imprints and old energy traces. More in Space Cleansing page.
Clutter management and storage strategies. See Clutter Management page.
Healthy Living Surveys. Visit Lifestyle & Wellbeing page.
Geopathic Stress Solutions
Geopathic Stress occurs where the earth's organised electro-magnetic network is compromised either due naturally to subterranean movement, faults in the geological structure and certain underground water, or through man-made disturbances such as mining, digging foundations and service channels, motorways, tunnels and underground rail systems. It can also result from stressful information held in the ground. can cause disharmony, anxiety, sleep disturbances and health problems. Its presence can be accurately identified and is usually rectifiable by using traditional earth acupuncture, very occasionally requiring the specialised placement of certain quartz crystals.
Reducing Avoidable Electronic Fields
Undue exposure to elevated electronic fields can cause feelings of unease and physical ailments. We use professional EMF and pulsed RF testing equipment to measure the emissions from electronic equipment, microwaves, computers, transformers, wireless installations, mobile phones and other sources you may be concerned about. You will be given clear advice about how best to overcome any problems that are found and how to minimise electronic overload.
Overcoming Sick Building Syndrome
People working in an environment affected by Sick Building Syndrome will often say that they do not 'like' the building or that it does not feel 'comfortable' to them. This is probably because the building is suffering from variety of situations that combine to cause unpleasant symptoms for the people in it. Reasons can include improper ventilation, poor air quality, disturbing overhead lighting, toxic emissions from building materials, paints, photocopiers and other equipment, too much background noise, electronic overload, geopathic stress and Feng Shui related issues- When Sick Building Syndrome problems are overcome it has been found that staff turnover, absenteeism and work productivity usually improve dramatically.