Creating Better Health and a Safer Home and Office Environment: Raising Awareness with Neil Steven Cohen

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Creating Better Health and a Safer Home and Office Environment: Raising Awareness with Neil Steven Cohen

Time: August 6, 2013 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: Asha's
Street: 2380 Morada at Tollman Creek
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map: http://www.SourcePointGlobalO…
Event Type: meetup, science, consciousness
Organized By: Science & Consciousness Meetup
Latest Activity: Aug 6, 2013

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Creating Better Health and a Safer Home and Office Environment: Raising Awareness - EMF Pollution, Dirty Electricity, and Wireless Radiation

Neil will provide you with a basic, yet very important education about creating better health, along with a safer home and office environment. This is accomplished by lowering your exposure to dangerous electromagnetic fields, dirty electricity (high frequency transients), and wireless radiation. He will offer an explanation about these forms of EMF pollution and give suggestions for remediation so you can lower your daily EMF exposure. He is also happy to answer questions on this subject. Neil will bring various EMF meters with him so you can have a first hand experience of seeing various types of EMF measured in Asha's home, as well as the radiation given off by your cell phones!

Events are By Donation unless otherwise indicated Bring Snacks if you want to share.

Neil Steven Cohen has been working professionally with individuals and groups for over 25 years. He assists people on the path of awakening using a revolutionary and creative synthesis of Buddhist Dharma, Hindu advaita (nondual) teachings, body-centered and somatic psychology, Jungian psychology, the esoteric psychology of soul integration, and the power of direct personal experience (

More recently, with great concern for the health of his friends and clients, Neil has become deeply involved with the global EMF issue. Neil is not an expert in this subject, however, he has studied with Kevin Byrne of EMF Solutions, consults regularly with Rob Metzinger of Safe Living Technologies, has completed a short EMF study course with the Institute of Building Biology, and has created the EMF Safety Zone Channel on YouTube as an educational resource. Neil also has quite a bit of personal experience from providing EMF assessment and remediation on a semi-professional level as part of a local outreach program of his nonprofit organization: SourcePoint Global Outreach. 

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