This is a video of the song “Every Little Cell in my Body is Happy” sung by a group of happy adults. You may find it somewhat peculiar and unexpected. Try it first yourself though before you dismiss it as “odd”. Step outside the box of your own inhibitions. Done in a safe setting it’s just that: fun. Who says adults can’t play and be childlike when they want to?

Every little cell in my body is happy
Every little cell in my body is well
Every little cell in my body is happy
Every little cell in my body is well
Feel so good
Feel so swell
Every little cell in my body is well
Feel so good tap ribs
Feel so swell
Every little cell in my body is well

This song was first created in German by Clemens Kuby (see video below), a man who survived a 50 feet fall in the early 1980 that shattered his 2nd lumbar vertebrae and earned him a medical verdict of  “paraplegic for life”. Clemens did not accept this “diagnosis” as a life sentence in a wheel chair and similar to Morris Goodman experienced what can only be labeled as a “miraculous” recovery because science still can’t explain it. It’s not in the text books because it’s not logical. Clemens Kuby still has a shattered 2nd vertebrae yet he walked again in less than 1 year later and still does. Today he holds regular workshops in Germany on the power of self-healing.

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The 9th annual, 2014 All America Laughter Wellness and Laughter Yoga conference will take place in Los Angeles, California, on October 23-26, 2014. Our theme this year is New Frontiers In Wellness. We’ll explore how Laughter Professionals worldwide are reinventing Wellness Programs, bringing laughter to people of all ages and physical conditions in a variety of social and professional settings with simple activities that heal the mind, body and soul.

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