“The secret is to gang up on the problem.” —Thomas Stallkamp
“Each new friend gives rise to the possibility of anything!”
― Stephen Richards
If you’re a regular at this blog, you know how much I love my Lawrence power posses and how important I think it is for all of us to “gang up” on the problem of lack and limitation.
I am so thrilled that groups are forming all over the planet to talk about the principles in E-Squared. From what I hear, there are Facebook groups, Sunday discussion groups and well, I can’t even keep up with all the E-Squared activity.
Since I get together with my one of my posses every Sunday (they’re like my own personal pit crew who help me change my flat tires when I’m heading in the wrong direction), I often have a great story to tell on Monday.
Carla, who I quote quite often in this blog, told a story about being on tour in India with a friend who, out of the blue, said, “I’d like to go see the Bollywood movie, My Name is Kahn, tonight.”
“O–KAY!!,” Carla thought, wondering how her friend was going to make that happen since she didn’t have a car, didn’t know her way around and didn’t exactly have the skills to negotiate one of the most populated countries in the world.
Their tour bus pulled up to their new hotel later that afternoon and right across the street was a movie theater playing (drum roll, please) “My Name is Kahn.”
If you can name it, you can claim it.
Have a great week, all you quanitrelles! Make it the best, most passionate of your life.
Pam Grout is the author of 16 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality.