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Robyn Wiley Inspires Teens To Choose Love In “My Happy Book”

Robyn Wiley Inspires Teens To Choose Love In “My Happy Book”

For the first two decades of her life, Robyn felt like an outcast, not knowing how to express her feelings, and not being able to recognize what her talents and strengths were. She felt inadequate and struggled with depression. 

As she began to journal, she pondered some of the most important questions in life: Who Am I? What do I most want to experience in life? What is most important to me? Asking herself these significant questions results in meaningful, heartfelt answers, realizing that she could consciously choose thoughts from a place of love and empowerment rather than fear and victimhood.

Her courageous story inspired her to give back to teens. Through powerful questions, prompts, tools, insights, inspiring poetry, helpful poetry, and room for creative expression, My Happy Book allows teens to see how they can tap into their self-awareness and inner beauty, raise their confidence, lead a meaningful life, and make peace with their past, while envisioning a bright future.

To learn more about Robyn and My Happy Book: A Guided Journal To Light Up Your Life, visit www.robyntwiley.com and www.facebook.com/robyntwileymyhappybook. 

My Happy Book: A Guided Journal To Light Up Your Life 
By Robyn Wiley
Softcover | 8.5 x 11 in | 84 pages | ISBN: 978-1523287918
E-Book | 110 pages 
Available at Amazon.com

About the Author 
Robyn Wiley serves as an author, a speaker, a workshop leader, a life coach, and a visionary in the realms of personal and spiritual growth, sharing her message of happiness throughout the country. She has been working with adolescents for over a decade, providing them with insight and understanding into the struggles of being a teenager. Robyn’s mission is to help free teens from their pain and suffering, so they can live their most joyful and fulfilling lives and be of greatest service in the world.

Robyn is the Founder of the Southern Main Random Acts of Kindness and the Inspired Living Circle of Southern Maine.

Robyn lives happily with her 8-year-old son and cat in Southern Maine. When she is not journaling, writing books, or playing with her son, Robyn spends as much time outdoors as possible and loves dancing, singing, live music, creating art, and hanging out with awesome people who inspire her. 

For Media Inquiries:

John Masiulionis
Publicist for Robyn Wiley
Empowered by John President
Office Number: 716.989.1436
E-Mail Address: John@EmpoweredByJohn.com  
Official Website: EmpoweredByJohn.com

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Seattle’s East West Bookshop Opens Its Doors For The 365 Days Of Gratitude Book Tour Saturday, April 15th

Seattle’s East West Bookshop Opens Its Doors For The 365 Days Of Gratitude North American Book Tour: Meet Muskan Virk Saturday Night, April 15th For A FREE Book Talk/Signing/Q&A 

Buffalo, NY – March 19, 2017 – Join one of the world’s youngest authors, 10-year-old Muskan Virk, at East West Bookshop in Seattle on Saturday evening, April 15th (from 7-8:30PM PT), as she shares the release of her new book, 365 Days of Gratitude, in a special free Book Talk. Muskan will discuss how practicing compassion and expressing unconditional love allow us to see the bigger picture of life, and how gratitude heals, for when we are grateful for what we have in our lives, we have more to be grateful for. Plus, Muskan will be answering your questions in a special interactive 365 Days of Gratitude Q&A and conclude the evening’s event with a book signing, where you will be able to have your very own copy of 365 Days of Gratitude signed by Muskan herself.

“I cannot wait to share my message of gratitude, love, and compassion with the customers of East West Bookshop,” said Muskan.

The Inspiring Journey To 365 Days Of Gratitude: Muskan came into this world as a miracle after her parents’ 16 years of marriage. At the young age of 6, Muskan learned about the injustice that Malala Yousafzai (the Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate) had gone through, and was devastated. She was propelled to take action and wanted to make a difference. She started by raising funds to donate to the Malala Fund and other local charities. However, despite the difference she was already making, Muskan didn’t want to stop there. She asked her mother incessantly about why there was so much gender inequality in such modern times. In order to shift her thoughts on this subject to a more positive state, her mother gave her a journal and encouraged her to write one thing every day that she was grateful for.

She wanted Muskan to focus on all the positive things in her life. As time passed, her mother forgot about the journal, until Muskan came to her later with a journal filled with all of the things she was grateful for and how she had transformed her negative thoughts about gender inequality into positive thoughts on how she can use her influence to make an impact.

From those beautiful daily gratitudes, 365 Days of Gratitude was born. Along with the inspiring stories of gratitude from best-selling authors Serena Dyer (the daughter of beloved spiritual teacher and New York Times best-selling author & inspirational speaker Dr. Wayne Dyer) and Jason Garner, 365 Days of Gratitude is filled with simple gratitudes of everyday life, which inspire and uplift, and remind all of the beauty and pleasures that surrounds us and makes us feel good.

Pre-registration for this special event at the Main Hall of East West Bookshop is required. Reserve your free tickets by visiting EastWestBookshop.com. You are also welcome to reserve your space and spread the word on Muskan’s first-ever appearance at East West by RSVP’ing and sharing the official Facebook event on social media

To learn more about Muskan Virk and her charitable organization (Helping Hands), please visit MuskanVirk.com.

For further information, please contact:

John Masiulionis
Publicist for Muskan Virk
Empowered by John President
Office Number: 716.989.1436
E-Mail Address: PR@MuskanVirk.com 
Official Website: EmpoweredByJohn.com

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Feel The Healing Messages Of Some Of Your Holiday Favorites, In A Night Of Love, Meditation, & Prayer: Join Us @ The Lancaster Library December 15th For “A Walking Each Other Home Christmas”

Do you feel lost, afraid, alone, or unloved? Do you feel as if the world in which you lived in not that long ago feels completely different? Has your perspective on life and its meaning completely transformed? Do you feel that you were placed here on Earth for a reason, but have wondered what your life purpose is? Were you diagnosed with a perceived illness or disease and have been struggling with your health? Have you always placed others before yourself and have had difficulty putting yourself first and practicing self-love?

Join us at The Lancaster Library on Thursday, December 15th (beginning at 6PM ET) for A Walking Each Other Home Christmas, where you will be able to join like-minded souls that are on a journey of self-love and self-discovery just like you, where you will be to share your path with others in a safe and sacred space and help to unite the community in the name of love, service, and healing. 

In addition, we will be sharing the messages and healing energies contained within Laurie Boggs’ Hitting Fear Head On (which shares her messages of love, healing, and miracles that was inspired by her 8-year-old Preston, whose life was tragically cut short in a motor vehicle accident in 1999), along with Trans-Siberian’s Orchestra’s Christmas Canon, Peter Paul, and Mary’s A ‘ Soalin, Cloverton’s A Hallelujah Christmas, and John Williams’ Somewhere In My Memory.

We will be gathering together to celebrate Christmastime together and reflect on all of the life lessons and blessings that we learned in 2016, as we shift our energies fully to the New Beginnings of 2017, when we all take the next steps in our missions, both individually and collectively. In commemoration of the Christmas holiday, we will be having another Walking Each Other Home Potluck. Each person who attends is invited to bring a desert, snack, and/or beverage of his/her own choosing. Through this gathering and through the enjoyment of this holiday feast, we will set an intention in unison of nourishing our minds, bodies, and souls, providing for us the fuel for the love that we will be giving to ourselves, our families, and or loved ones leading into Christmas.  

This is an opportunity to release what no longer serves you and to let your soul and consciousness expand. This is a chance to be yourself, where you do not have to wear any masks to pretend to be someone other than you are. The healing on all levels that you never thought was possible is now here.

If you are in the Buffalo area, we encourage you to join us. Please share this Meetup if you have someone you know, love, and care about that would be interested in attending. 

We hope that you join us, with a mind attached to nothing and open to everything. It will be our honor to inspire, serve, and hold the space for you through this evening of unconditional love. 

If you are in Western New York or the Southern Ontario area, we encourage you to join us and take part in the Walking Each Other Home. Please share this Meetup if someone you know, love, and care about would be interested in attending. You are also welcome to join in the discussion in the official Walking Each Other Home Facebook Group

 

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A Night Of Spirituality, Love, & Healing Before Thanksgiving: Join Us @ The Lancaster Library November 17th For The Walking Each Other Home Meetup Potluck

Do you feel lost, afraid, alone, or unloved? Do you feel as if the world in which you lived in not that long ago feels completely different? Has your perspective on life and its meaning completely transformed? Do you feel that you were placed here on Earth for a reason, but have wondered what your life purpose is? Were you diagnosed with a perceived illness or disease and have been struggling with your health? Have you always placed others before yourself and have had difficulty putting yourself first and practicing self-love?

Join us at The Lancaster Library on Thursday, November 17th (beginning at 6PM ET) for Walking Each Other Home, where you will be able to join like-minded souls that are on a journey of self-love and self-discovery just like you, where you will be to share your path with others in a safe and sacred space and help to unite the community in the name of love, service, and healing. 

You will have the chance to receive messages for both yourself and others in the group. Spiritual Guide John Masiulionis will lead the Meetup with special prayers and meditation and will be discussing the importance of honoring yourself through a daily practice of self-love, which can and will help you to connect to the love that are. In addition, we will be sharing the messages and healing energies contained within Bene Brown’s The Power of Vulnerability, 10-year-old Muskan Virk’s 365 Days of Gratitude, Charlotte Church’s Pie Jesu, Cloverton’s Take Me Into The Beautiful, plus the San Diego Children Choir’s rendition of Amazing Grace.

We will be gathering together to celebrate what we have to be thankful for, knowing that when we do that, there is more to be grateful for in each present moment that follows. In commemoration of the Thanksgiving holiday, we will be having a special Walking Each Other Home Potluck. Each person who attends is invited to bring a desert, snack, and/or beverage of his/her own choosing. Through this gathering and through the enjoyment of this blessed feast, we will set an intention in unison of nourishing our minds, bodies, and souls, providing for us the fuel for the love that we will be giving to ourselves, our families, and or loved ones all throughout the holiday season. 

This is an opportunity to release what no longer serves you and to let your soul and consciousness expand. This is a chance to be yourself, where you do not have to wear any masks to pretend to be someone other than you are. The healing on all levels that you never thought was possible is now here.

If you are in the Buffalo area, we encourage you to join us. Please share this Meetup if you have someone you know, love, and care about that would be interested in attending. 

We hope that you join us, with a mind attached to nothing and open to everything. It will be our honor to inspire, serve, and hold the space for you through this evening of unconditional love. 

If you are in Western New York or the Southern Ontario area, we encourage you to join us and take part in the Walking Each Other Home. Please share this Meetup if someone you know, love, and care about would be interested in attending. You are also welcome to join in the discussion in the official Walking Each Other Home Facebook Group

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Feel The Messages Of Gabby Bernstein, Celtic Woman, & Peter Cetera On October 20th: Join Us At The Lancaster Library For Walking Each Other Home

Do you feel lost, scared, afraid, alone, or unloved? Do you feel as if the world in which you lived in not that long ago feels completely different? Has your perspective on life and its meaning completely transformed? Do you feel that you were placed here on Earth for a reason, but have wondered what your life purpose is? Were you diagnosed with a perceived illness or disease and have been struggling with your health? Have you always placed others before yourself and have had difficulty putting yourself first and practicing self-love?

Join us at the Lancaster Library on Thursday, October 20th (beginning at 6PM ET) for Walking Each Other Home, where you will be able to join like-minded souls that are on a journey of self-love and self-discovery just like you, where you will be to share your path with others in a safe and sacred space and help to unite the community in the name of love, service, and healing. 

You will have the chance to receive messages for both yourself and others in the group. Spiritual Guide John Masiulionis will lead the Meetup with special prayers and meditation and will be discussing the importance of honoring yourself through a daily practice of self-love, which can and will help you to connect to the love that are. We will also be sharing the messages and healing energies contained within Gabby Bernstein‘s New York Times best-selling book Miracles Now, Celtic Woman‘s Awakening, and Peter Cetera‘s The Glory of Love, among others. Plus, the staff at The Village Greek in Lancaster will talk a little bit about how their journey of love and serving others brought them into the village with the intention of nourish the minds, bodies, and souls of those they are blessed to serve every day.

To cover the costs of the Meetup’s monthly service fee, as well as to allow us to promote the Meetup on social media, we are kindly asking for those attending the monthly Walking Each Other Home Meetup at the Lancaster Library or those who simply feel a calling to chip in, for a $5 love offering (which can be made through the Walking Each Other Home Meetup page, or through Paypal at John@EmpoweredByJohn.com). This simple gift from your heart will have a positive effect and will ensure this Meetup continues to thrive past the holiday season and into the new year.

We hope that you join us, with a mind attached to nothing and open to everything. It will be our honor to help, inspire, and serve you through this evening of unconditional love. 

If you are in Western New York or the Southern Ontario area, we encourage you to join us and take part in Walking Each Other Home. Please share this Meetup if someone you know, love, and care about would be interested in attending. You are also welcome to join in the discussion in the official Walking Each Other Home Facebook GroupWe hope that you join us, with a mind attached to nothing and open to everything. It will be our honor to help, inspire, and serve you through this evening of unconditional love. 

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Feel The Messages Of Wayne Dyer’s “Wishes Fulfilled” On September 15th @ The Lancaster Library: Join Us For Walking Each Other Home

Do you feel lost, scared, afraid, alone, or unloved? Do you feel as if the world in which you lived in not that long ago feels completely different? Has your perspective on life and its meaning completely transformed? Do you feel that you were placed here on Earth for a reason, but have wondered what your life purpose is? Were you diagnosed with a perceived illness or disease and have been struggling with your health? Have you always placed others before yourself and have had difficulty putting yourself first and practicing self-love?

Join us at the Lancaster Library on Thursday, September 15th (beginning at 6PM ET) for Walking Each Other Home, where you will be able to join like-minded souls that are on a journey of self-love and self-discovery just like you, where you will be to share your path with others in a safe and sacred space and help to unite the community in the name of love, service, and healing. 

You will have the chance to receive messages for both yourself and others in the group. Spiritual Guide & Intuitive Healer John Masiulionis will lead the Meetup with special prayers, meditation, and intention setting and will be discussing the importance of honoring yourself through a daily practice of self-love, which can and will help you to connect to the love that are. In addition, we will be sharing the messages and healing energies contained within Dr. Wayne Dyer‘s best-selling Wishes Fulfilled and Cyndi Lauper‘s timeless classic Time After Time

This is an opportunity to release what no longer serves you and to let your soul and consciousness expand. This is a chance to be yourself, where you do not have to wear any masks to pretend to be someone other than you are. The healing on all levels that you never thought was possible lies right in front of you.

If you are in Western New York or the Southern Ontario area, we encourage you to take part in Walking Each Other Home. Please share this Meetup if someone you know, love, and care about would be interested in attending. You are also welcome to join in the discussion in the official Walking Each Other Home Facebook GroupWe hope that you join us, with a mind attached to nothing and open to everything. It will be our honor to help, inspire, and serve you through this evening of unconditional love. 

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Buffalove: Walking Each Other Home: Spirituality, Self-Love, & Healing Meetup Group (8.18.16 @ Lancaster Library)

Do you feel lost, scared, afraid, alone, or unloved? Do you feel as if the world in which you lived in not that long ago feels completely different? Has your perspective on life and its meaning completely transformed? Do you feel that you were placed here on Earth for a reason, but have wondered what your life purpose is? Were you diagnosed with a perceived illness or disease and have been struggling with your health? Have you always placed others before yourself and have had difficulty putting yourself first and practicing self-love?

Join us for Walking Each Other Home, where you will be able to join like-minded souls that are on a journey of self-love and self-discovery just like you, where you will be to share your journey with others in a safe and sacred space. You will have the chance to receive messages for both yourself and others in the group. Spiritual Guide John Masiulionis will lead the Meetup and be discussing the importance of honoring yourself through a daily practice of self-love, which can and will help you to connect to the love that are.

There are some exciting things are planned for future Meetups (including guest speakers, healers, performers, and authors), but to start, we will go with the flow and see where the energies take us and this wonderful opportunity to unite the community in the name of love, service, and healing.

This is an opportunity to release what no longer serves you and to let your soul and consciousness expand. This is a chance to be yourself, where you do not have to wear any masks to pretend to be someone other than you are. The healing on all levels that you never thought was possible lies right in front of you.

If you are in the Buffalo area, we encourage you to be a part of this special night. Please share this Meetup link (www.meetup.com/Walking-Each-Other-Home-Spirituality-Self-Love-Meet-Up/events/232506482) if you have someone you know, love, and care about that would be interested in attending.

We hope that you join us, with a mind attached to nothing and open to everything. It will be our honor to help, inspire, and serve you through this evening of unconditional love.

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An Empowering Google Hangout: Dr. Roy Hill Opens His Mind & Heart On NDE’s

On the surface, this may look like a Google Hangout. In truth, what you are about to watch, see, and feel is an infusion of love and a healing experience.

I hope that you enjoy my sit-down interview with Dr. Roy Hill, Psy.D., the author of the all-new book, Psychology and the Near-Death Experience: Searching for God (from White Crow Books). Dr. Hill joined me talk about NDE’s, his own personal journey as a psychologist, how the subject of near-death experiences ignited his own spiritual awakening, his decision to take an early retirement as a psychologist to pursue his calling, why he feels his most important work lies ahead, lending his voice to our ambassadors from heaven, where you can see him speak in person in the coming months ahead, plus how the recent transitions of many beautiful, creative souls (such as David Bowie and Prince) will help awaken humanity even more.

I cordially welcome you to share our interview on social media and to pass along this message to those you love and care about. Any comments on our chat, Roy’s book, near-death experiences, and spiritual awakenings are also invited in the comments section below.

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