The Magic of Viral Energy: An Ancient Key to Happiness, Empowerment, and Purpose (Morgan James) is by international television contributor and expert guest, contemporary philosopher and spiritualist, Penelope Jean Hayes. In her new book, she helps readers understand the nature of “viral energy” and how it co-creates our circumstances, experiences, relationships, health, wealth, and happiness.

The Magic of Viral Energy introduces the concept that energy has a contagious nature as it moves through social interactions and our everyday environments, such as our work and home spaces. Hayes shares the missing key to manifesting one’s dreams, and she does so with fun and entertaining true short stories that exemplify how energy creates, illustrating how the phenomenon of viral energy is happening, not by the law of attraction, but by way of osmosis.

The book reveals provocative insights into the Universe; our relationships; the energetic antidotes to unhappiness, and even the common cold. It is eye-opening and exciting and makes day-to-day life easier and our big dreams possible.

It might be of interest to note that Hayes is represented by literary agent Bill Gladstone, who is also agent to Eckhart Tolle and Neale Donald Walsch.

The author is a motivational and metaphysical writer, contemporary philosopher, and speaker. She has a background as a popular culture analyst and has had hundreds of television appearances as an expert guest, including for Dr. Phil and ABC News. Hayes 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, the adoption of plant-based food sources, and a return to the way of First Nations Peoples. ◊

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  1. I met the author at a bookstore in Seattle, bought the book and love it! I’ve ordered another copy for my 19 year old daughter.

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