Jack Canfield


"Every religion I've looked at has some technology--- ... I've studied all of them and found what works for me and I've tried to make it available to others. What works for me is a combination of disciplines: I do yoga, tai chi which is a Chinese martial art and three kinds of meditation-vipasana, transcendental and mantra (sound) meditation. If you have to pick a yoga for me, I lean towards bhakii in the sense of devotion, adoration, singing, feeling love and joy exist in my heart." Jack Canfield, (from Choosing To Be Happy)

Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen

Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen Writing Books Together

A Time of Departing by Ray Yungen"Although these books [Chicken Soup for the Soul] are filled with charming and uplifting stories, Canfield's spirituality is quite disturbing ... (cont. below)

"A New Age magazine article from 1981 revealed Canfield was no less than a teacher of the highly occultic "psychosynthesis" method developed by a direct disciple of Alice Bailey. From some of his most recent writings, Canfield openly reveals he had his "spiritual awakening" in a yoga class in college where he felt God "flowing" through all things. (A Time of Departing - pg. 87)

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