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“It’s really interesting. We’re social creatures and we do give off energy and vibes. An event or influence can have a small effect and start to work on you in a positive or negative way. You probably don’t realize that you are starting to think differently, so it really is like you’re catching a silent factor that you might not be aware of.” —Dr. Gerald J. Haeffel, Department of Psychology, University of Notre Dame
“Penelope is dedicating her full attention to what is becoming the M.O.V.E. movement: Many scientists and analysts have commented on the phenomenon of viral energy. We know that there is a home team advantage in sporting events. We know that we get good vibes or bad when walking into a meeting or even at a party. However until now, no author has focused on the Magic of Viral Energy as a technique for improving the quality of everyday life.” —Bill Gladstone, literary agent to Penelope Jean Hayes, Eckhart Tolle, and Neale Donald Walsch; author of the international bestseller The Twelve and co-author of The Golden Motorcycle Gang.
“It’s really an interesting concept—these infectious agents that you’re calling them. Maybe you’re a person who doesn’t have enough ‘Teflon’ (emotional armor), so things stick to you. Turn off media and social media at a certain point. I think social media can make it hard to have ‘Teflon’ these days because sometimes you can be constantly reminded of what is negative. I think there’s something to it, it’s like you get this virus, you get this infectious agent.” —Dr. Stephen Hinshaw, Ph.D., Chair of the Department of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley; Vice-Chair of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco; Editor, Psychological Bulletin; author of The Triple Bind: Saving Our Teenage Girls from Today’s Pressures