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Living from Within

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Living From Within

Living From Within

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The most unique feature about this show is that it comes with two guarantees, the first of which is happiness.  Not in some future time but instead right here and now. The second guarantee is that by the end of this show you will also know this to be true. The reason that claim can be made with such confidence is because we are already happy but for reasons that are about to be revealed this has been a well-kept secret from the masses.   

 

Being a long-time student of how thoughts and feeling format our lives, EJ Seals-Jackson, author of her soon to be released book Living from Within, assures us that we all have access to all the love and happiness known to man and the only thing that stands between the two is the lack of awareness of our feelings; without which that awe- inspiring state of being can never be known to us. But with that awareness (as you will soon discover) not only is our happiness guaranteed; it is inevitable!

Teaming up with Julie Cara Hoffenberg, author of Homeless to Happy in a Split Second, the hosts will present three installments that focus on our inner world and the seeming magic of that world as described in Living from Within, but the magic does not end there. The above author will demonstrate through her remarkable story how she was intuitively guided, by her inner voice, from homeless to happiness in a split second, and the timing for these insights could not be more perfect.

In the midst of the myriad of challenges that we face as a nation, the insights revealed in the content of this show in general, and Jackson’s book in particular reveals that despite appearances, the outer world of form that we perceive as real is the reflection of our inner world of Spirit; which surprising enough is another name for feeling, and is in fact a figment of our imagination. Please join us for the details.    

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