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Where You Are Matters

Where You Are Matters

Much of what and how people think is a function of our living in the kinds of bodies we do. Not just conscious thoughts, but non-conscious impressions, feedback from our senses, physical movement, and even split-second mental simulations of that movement shape how we respond to a place. And in turn, the place nudges us to think or behave in certain ways.

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The buildings around us affect our body, mind and emotions.

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