Following the announcement, the positivity membership club focuses on the different ways individuals can use to climb the ladder of joy using the joy roadmap. Similar to Reiki, which promotes healing by balancing energetic levels, the Joyous on Purpose Club empowers members to seek and choose joy in their daily lives.
More details can be found at http://roadmaptomorejoy.com
Donnalynn Riley expanded her membership program to help more people strengthen their emotional intelligence so that they become more resilient to life’s challenges. The club gathers high-vibe, happy individuals seeking a community of like-minded people who can stay “above the line” of their emotions. Once enrolled, members will receive regular appreciation sessions, 5-1 Mastermind sessions, Blissing sessions, personal intention field quantum biofeedback, and other benefits.
Riley explains that the Joyous on Purpose Club is built on cultivating and exploring joy. Through daily practice and repetition, members study the true meaning of happiness and surround themselves with a group of people who are on the same wavelength. Her positivity membership club particularly focuses on improving emotional intelligence.
Emotional intelligence (EQ) is a person’s ability to perceive, interpret, and manage emotions in a healthy and positive way. It also encompasses one’s ability to cope with lower vibrational emotions such as anger or sadness and accepting that these feelings exist and can be managed through practice, and as Riley believes, the decision to purposely live with joy.
Studies show that individuals who display a high EQ typically have healthier relationships, have a reduced risk of mental disorders such as depression and anxiety, and have a stronger immune system.
Riley says, “I tried so many different communities that seemed like the types of places that might fit the bill, churches, meetups, professional communities but ultimately, I found that their belief systems and emotional goals were just not the same as mine. So, I decided to build it myself. This community is only for people who are really ready to embrace the joy in themselves and have been practicing for a while. That means that everyone already knows how to do it.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting http://roadmaptomorejoy.com
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