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  • Dr. David Klein 9:16 pm on July 19, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    "Spiritual Nutrition"

    “Wow. Spiritual Nutrition is a real beauty, Dave. Spectacular!” -Susan Smith Jones, Ph.D. Author of “The Joy Factor”

    “BEAUTIFUL graphics!  Best of luck to you in your exciting endeavors.” -William Pila Chiles, author of “Wise Secrets of Aloha”

    “Thank you for creating this beautiful compilation of wisdoms. It was a deep pleasure to read through the first time, and I am sure it will also be a friend to return to many times. I am honored that you chose to include selections of my work. I pray that your efforts be used in the quickening and deepening of us all.” -David Seacord, spiritual impressionist artist

    http://www.vibranthealthandwealth.com/bookstore/bookstore-individual.php?ID=62

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  • Dr. David Klein 5:54 pm on February 10, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: emotion, metaphysics, , , , Susan Smith Jones, The Joy Factor   

    What You Think About, You Bring About
    by Susan Smith Jones, Ph.D.

    Excerpted from The Joy Factor – 10 Sacred Practices For Radiant Healthhttp://www.SusanSmithJones.com

    In the world of metaphysics, there is an unwritten law of correspondence that says, “As within, so without.” The way I explain this is that we are always attracting to ourselves the equivalency of what we think, how we feel and what we believe. Ralph Waldo Emerson said that we become what we think about all day long. Studies reveal that successful, happy people think about successful, happy things most of the time. Whatever you dwell upon grows in your reality.

    It’s equally important to feel the feeling of the dream fulfilled, or whatever it is you desire, whether it’s being prosperous, fit and healthy; being in a loving, supportive relationship; or being very successful at work. If you start acting a certain way, you eventually become that way. The key to the process is to capture feeling. Feelings refers to the intensity or amount of emotion that accompanies your mental pictures.

     
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