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The Importance of Joy in Your Survival Planning
« on: July 07, 2012, 04:31:00 PM »
GUEST: AlixSandra Parness
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While preparing and planning for whatever is to come our way, there are possibilities we need to be mindful of. Such as your carefully placed bunker  becomes an unexpected ground zero. Hello! Now what do you do?

Or you realize your supply of provisions is not going to last.  Ergo, the sooner you can plan to use what you have as a buffer, the more time you buy to develop a more sustainable strategy.

In a post-historic world, such eventualities will become daunting realities for consumer societies. Consequently, many who were the last to see it coming, are now the first to lose themselves in subjugation, suffering and abuse.  Few if any will endure.

Those most likely to make it will have something just as important to surviving a global catastrophe, as bullets and beans - joy and love. Not because a grand intercession gifted it to them, but because they'll know to use the Laws of Attraction and Resonance to create it. 

To help us build that necessary survival skill into our survival plans is Dr. AlixSandra Parness, DD, author of Activate Joy: Live Your Life Beyond Limitations


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