- The Spiritual component & God’s supernatural intervention
- Your dietary
- Your environment
- Traditional and cultural values
- Previous parental dysfunction
- Physiological influences
Let's look at Your environment.
3. Your environment. I studied indoor environment and air quality for 2 ½ years. In that study, I learned about all the invisible contaminants that encroach our everyday world. I learned the content of our air and how buildings breath. I also learned what O³ is (Ozone) and how it affects us. Air borne contaminants and contaminants found on the bottom of your shoes can play a huge role in your life. To one degree or another the air you breath and the environment around you contribute to your overall well-being, good or bad.
I undestand that there is not a lot you can do about your workp[lace, but there is a lot you can do about your home environment. Just make an effort to reduce the contaminants in the home and learn methods of replenishing your indoor air with some fresh air make-up. The water you drink and they air you breath play a significant role in your overall health. Do the best you can, but it does matter.
Excerpt from God Thinking VI - A New Way To Think by Keith C. Powell Copyright 2012