“It appears that there is some confusion/discussion/debate over this issue of having to walk through a body scanning machine in order to board a flight at the airports. From what I read, you either walk through the body scanner, or you have the option for a body “pat down”, and the moaning and groaning is that both of these new security measures are violating civil rights, and personal civil liberties. Some are even going as far to say it is sexual harassment, saying the “wand” that has been used in the past should be sufficient.
Affirm and Intend: I radiate love and positive energy while I get to my plane. I follow the security rules and people feel at ease around me. I go with the flow and get to my gate on time.
Doing some stretching exercises before you even get out of bed in the morning. These will combat the effects of muscle contracture that beset people forced into long periods of inactivity.
Keep as much gear as possible in wall lockers and closets. Put shelves and pole racks in so that everything can be stored and removed with minimum clutter to the room space.
I went through the The Daily Scanner only to be pulled aside and told that the scanner had detected something “in my right groin area.” I said to the TSA agent something like, “Huh?” I had no shoes, no belt, no jewelry, no nothing except my socks, my Chino’s, my underwear, and my shirt. And trust me on this, I am not a terrorist – I have never committed a crime and I only have that speeding ticket I mentioned earlier.
Ensure that your bag doesn’t weigh to much and has wheels. The bigger the bag the more it is likely to weigh and the more of a pain it will be when you are wheeling it across the airport floor. What if you have to walk for miles without a travellator? Are you going to put your back out?
As you can imagine I’m delighted to learn about this possible new technology. Of course, I have no idea what the radiation level for these new devices will be. But, look on the bright side – maybe each one will come with a specialist who can screen us for various types of ailments along the way. Perhaps if we put a dollar in a slot on the way out we can get a copy of our xrays for our next dental or medical visit – think of the savings that might accumulate for Medicare!