This is a continuation of counting steps, posting for Day 330, and onto the subject of batteries:
I don’t wear a step counting device on my wrist. I don’t keep anything with batteries very close to me. My phone is 8 feet away from me when I sleep. I do carry my phone in my bag and my pedometer app on the phone counts steps. There is much talk on the subject of the danger of batteries. Here is a link on cell phone batteries and another on FitBits:
If you are wondering why I don’t keep batteries close to me, batteries cause aches for me and interfere with my energies. And I don’t find either of those facts interesting, playful, or comforting, I’m suspicious that interference in my auric field is unhealthy and depleting if not dangerous.
Besides that my chi seems to interfere with battery energies. In the past my watches kept correct time when they were off from my wrist. When I put them on my wrist—they became unreliable and lost time. So, I stopped wearing watches 20 years ago.
If you do wear a counting device, I advise you to be sensitive to what the battery is doing to your energy. Don’t just read about it—FEEL it.