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Click Into Joy!

Personal Change Method


The Click Into Joy! technique

from a poetic point of view



Much of history's poetry has been written as: 1) an attempt get readers to look at present situations from a fresh perspective; and 2) an attempt to show us that we have greater dimensions within ourselves than we ever dreamed possible.

The qualities of both of these themes are directly enhanced with use of the Click Into Joy! Method. We can experience a greater reality within ourselves, and at the same time become more alive to, and fascinated with, our immediate and present environment.

Several poems will be quoted here. The first, part of Section V of T.S. Eliot's Dry Salvages, masterfully includes both of these themes. The second, In Time of Daffodils, written by e.e. cummings, celebrates what takes place when we remember the deepest dimensions of ourselves. And the third, by contemporary poet Susie Niedermeyer, simply celebrates a new perception of life.


T.S. Eliot

e.e. cummings

Susie Niedermeyer

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