Law of Attraction Magazine January 2019 | Page 19

seafood, but it can also come from livestock-fed contaminated fishmeal and plants grown in contaminated soil, pesticides, protein powder, and fish oil. - Radon can be released from building materials and water wells, and it is in nearly all soils and can get to your home through cracks in floors, walls, and foundations. - Formal dehyde is used in building materials and the manufacture of many household products such as press-wood, glues and adhesives, permanent press fabrics, cigarette smoke, and fuel-burning appliances. It is also used as an industrial fungicide, germicide, and disinfectant. - Benzene, a petrochemical, is found in tobacco smoke, gasoline, pesticides, synthetic fibers, plastics, inks, oils, detergents, and dryer sheets. - Cadmium is found in industrial workplaces, plant soils, cigarette smoke, and our drinking water. - Carbon monoxide is found in diesel and other exhaust fumes, smoke from fires, and nonelectric heaters. - Fl uoride, one of the main routes through which people can be exposed, is in our drinking water and toothpaste. - Chl orine is also found in our water and household cleaning products. - Many studies have documented an autoimmune reaction and immunological dysfunction in patients with sil icone breast impl ant s. These immune abnormalities and symptoms are reversible upon removal of the breast implants (in 50 to 70 percent of cases). - Virtually all ant ibiot ics and other medicat ions (drugs) are toxic but sometimes necessary. Use them wisely. - El ect romagnet ic f iel ds (EMF). Are found around electronic devices, such as cordless phones, hair dryers, vacuums, refrigerators, microwave ovens, irons, lighting circuits, dimmer switches, electric blankets, electric razors, electric toothbrushes, Wi-Fi, computers, fluorescent or halogen lighting, fax machines, photocopiers, scanners, cell phones, power lines, transformers, electrical substations, and cell phone towers. Your environment is not limited to your physical space, the clothes you wear, the items you put on our skin, and the food you eat, it also includes the people you spend the most time with and the information you consume. ?Humans are fundamentally and deeply connected with each other and the planet itself? states Rolin McCratey, Ph.D., director of research at the HeartMath Institute. Therefore, what we do individually not only affects our health it also impacts others?. Negative people bring down your mood and impact your health with their pessimism, anxiety, and a general sense of distrust. Be aware that negativity is highly contagious and constant exposure to negativity can affect your level of positivity, and lower your vibration, leading you to either become negative, reserved, anxious, and distrustful or to become indifferent, uncaring, or even mean toward the negative person. There are also physiological changes in our bodies when we are around negative people. The human heart emits an electromagnetic field. This field envelops the entire body, and it can measure up to several feet away from our body. Therefore, we are in constant contact with the electromagnetic field of the people that are near us and the quality of this field changes according to our emotions. So, when you are in contact with people that are positive and happy, you experience the Page 19