The Magic of Viral Energy (MOVE) offers a fun and compelling narrative told through true short stories. Its message is for seekersthose intrepids who want to squeeze the lemons of life and discover their full potential.
While meditating in 2007, Penelope Jean Hayes experienced the contagious nature of energy and a phenomenon she calls “osmotic-energy-balancing.” Over the next decade, she intuited a system of creation involving seven levels of energy ascending from dense and heavy upward to enlightenment.
She shares that each of us has an energetic-presence that flows within one of these levels and that we only have access to the energies that reside there. Except that, we have the ability to move to higher strata, accessing the light energies that create more of what we truly want.
MOVE reveals provocative insights into the universe; our relationships; the energetic antidote to unhappiness and the common cold; and our need to move from power-through-force to empowerment-through-creation. The Magic of Viral Energy is eye-opening and exciting and it makes day-to-day life easier and our big dreams possible.
“ The Magic of Viral Energy could not be timelier, in my opinion. MOVE helps us recognize and understand ourselves. Viral energy is food for our soulthat’s why it’s magical.”
Peter Egan, actor best known from Downton Abbey, Unforgotten, and Ever Decreasing Circles
|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Penelope Jean Hayes is a motivational and new-consciousness writer, contemporary philosopher, and speaker. She practices osmotic-energy-balancing and writes her spiritual and cosmological theories through a process of channeling higher-stream-consciousness. Her written works on social, popular culture, and environmental issues have appeared in HuffPost and she regularly writes aspirational and metaphysical content for the international publication Face the Current magazine. Penelope has a background in social/popular culture analysis and has appeared on television hundreds of times as an expert guest on programs including Dr. Phil and ABC News. Penelope is an advocate for Higher-Self-development and the pursuit of “viral energy” as a field of study. She uses her voice to call for the protection of the planet through the preservation of endangered species and the adoption of plant-based food sources. Penelope is a vegan, wanderlust world-traveler, and Survivor superfan. She and her husband, Burton, currently live in Naples, Florida, although they are often on the move .