It’s too late to undrink the kool-aid

“Pain is purposeless, without a cause and with no power to accomplish anything.”–A Course in Miracles

WordPress tells me that this blog post is my 200th since I began blogging 15 months ago. What a fabulous ride it has been. Despite my initial resistance, I discovered that I love blogging about these topics. Writing these posts is one of many highlights of my day.

The number 200 seems like a reason to celebrate and since I’m busy packing for my bucket list-crossing-off trip to Kenya tomorrow, I thought I’d post a sneak preview of the experiments you’ll be hearing about in E-Cubed, the sequel to E-Squared. I’d love to hear below what you think of these corollaries to the 9 principles of E-Squared.

Experiment # 1: The Red Pill Corollary or a Quick Refresher Course

Life emanates from me.

Experiment # 2: The Simon Cowell Corollary or Why you’re not Capable of Judging Anything

Nothing is absolute. Only our thinking makes it so.

Experiment #3: The “Everyone’s your Gayle King” Corollary or There is no “Them”

Being in love with everyone and everything brings you in alignment with the F.P.

Experiment #4: “Your new B.F.F. Corollary or “Money, it’s not complicated.”

Money is nothing but energy and a reflection of your beliefs

Experiment #5: The “Nature Vs. News” Corollary

The field of infinite potentiality offers a Divine 24/7 buzz.

Experiment #6: The “If you say so” Corollary or Your Words are the Wand that Shape your Life

You bring abundance and joy into your life once you stop talking smack about it.

Experiment #7: The Boogie-Woogie Corollary or The Importance of Not Being Earnest

The more fun you have, the better life works.

Experiment # 8: The Right Side of the Bed Corollary or The ten most important minutes of your day

Without cultural training, joy is your natural state.

Experiment # 9: The Ya-ba-da-ba-do Corollary

Life is miraculous and you can’t really die. Furthermore, transcendence is inevitable.

Appendix: The Bonus Marriage of Cana Experiment or It’s time to get D-O-W-N!!!

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the soon-to-be-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

22 Comments on “It’s too late to undrink the kool-aid

  1. I’m in love with a book I haven’t yet read! Anticipating these experiments, and your writing style, once again, has me totally juiced up already, Pam. Bring on E-Cubed! …must we wait until September?! 😉 lol

  2. Absolutely love it Pam! The lightheartedness of your writing makes these topics so accessible and fun for so many people!!! I look forward to the next book:) Much Aloha!

  3. I can’t wait. Been gifting e squared to my clients. Love the accessibility and it sounds like 3 will be just as good if not better than 2;) Have fun bucket-listing!!

  4. Can’t wait for this to come out! I’ve been wanting to start a group of experimenters with my friends, and this encourages me to make it happen! Thanks so much – love your writing and your enthusiasm.

  5. Haha can’t wait to hear your thoughts about The Marriage at Cana! Jeshua has recently stated that it was HIS wedding there and that he did turn water into wine! Love Me some Pam Grout more and more each damn day! Nobody like her or her books!

  6. Wow! I am exited already!! Cant wait for your next book. Im busy reading e squared again right now. Thanx again for changing my life.

  7. Hi Pam, Can’t wait to read E Cubed. However some of the experiments below, if using these as an example they are not necessarily known. See comments in Pink Below corollary ?- Never heard of this word before, what the hell does that mean, kind of kills the first impression of interest in topics! and Yes I am College and University educated! In the UK & Australia. Many won’t have a clue. noun

    noun: corollary; plural noun: corollaries

    1. 1.

    a proposition that follows from (and is often appended to) one already proved.

    o a direct or natural consequence or result.

    “the huge increases in unemployment were the corollary of expenditure cuts”

    adjective

    adjective: corollary

    1. 1.

    forming a proposition that follows from one already proved.

    The number 200 seems like a reason to celebrate and since I’m busy packing for my bucket list-crossing-off trip to Kenya tomorrow, I thought I’d post a sneak preview of the experiments you’ll be hearing about in E-Cubed, the sequel to E-Squared. I’d love to hear below what you think of these corollaries to the 9 principles of E-Squared.

    Experiment # 1: The Red Pill Corollary Find another word! or a Quick Refresher Course

    Life emanates from me.

    Experiment # 2: The Simon Cowell Who is Simon Cowell? Corollary or Why you’re not Capable of Judging Anything

    Nothing is absolute. Only our thinking makes it so.

    Experiment #3: The “Everyone’s your Who is Gayle King” Corollary or There is no “Them”

    Being in love with everyone and everything brings you in alignment with the F.P.

    Experiment #4: “Your new What is B.F.F. Corollary or “Money, it’s not complicated.”

    Money is nothing but energy and a reflection of your beliefs

    Experiment #5: The “Nature Vs. News” Corollary? Doesn’t make sense

    The field of infinite potentiality offers a Divine 24/7 buzz.

    Experiment #6: The “If you say so” Corollary or Your Words are the Wand that Shape your Life Brilliant, but ditch the word corollary!

    You bring abundance and joy into your life once you stop talking smack about it.

    Experiment #7: The Boogie-Woogie Corollary or The Importance of Not Being Earnest WTH does that mean !!!

    The more fun you have, the better life works.

    Experiment # 8: The Right Side of the Bed Corollary or The ten most important minutes of your day

    Without cultural training, joy is your natural state.

    Experiment # 9: The Ya-ba-da-ba-do Corollary WTH is this?

    Life is miraculous and you can’t really die. Furthermore, transcendence is inevitable.

    Appendix: The Bonus Marriage of Cana Cana? What does this mean, don’t speak in code? Experiment or It’s time to get D-O-W-N!!!

    Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the soon-to-be-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

    Pam, Loved E-Squared and I even bought it for my mum, she’s 76 years of age and I’m 54. However the titles of the new 9 experiments really put me off. Seems like your speaking in Riddles, not topics of interest, or anything to hold or grab the attention. It does not say “Quick Buy Me” Hurry press the buy now button. Wow I’ve got to get that book.

    It leaves one a little bewildered as to what you mean. The buy button fades away and the strike while hot interest quickly fades to cold.

    I will by the book for sure, However I really think these titles for the experiments are good but need to be re-worded to grab sales. Amazon will show the titles before people buy. This is your 20 seconds of prospective buyers glancing going cold not striking while the iron is hot.

    Please re-consider your titles, I really want you to get as many sales as possible you’re a brilliant writer. I love your work.

    For your interest I’m a professional Graphic designer and Marketing specialist. Not a bored housewife!

    Much love.

    Liz Maclean Perth Western Australia.

    xx

    PS: OMG ! What the hell is Kool-aid ? We don’t all live in the USA – there is a much bigger market than the USA.

    psgrout posted: “”Pain is purposeless, without a cause and with no power to accomplish anything.”–A Course in Miracles WordPress tells me that this blog post is my 200th since I began blogging 15 months ago. What a fabulous ride it has been. Despite my initial resis”

  8. Pam – I understand and support everything you are putting out there and how one thing “correlates” to another. Can’t wait to read your new book! Looking forward to learning new things, as usual, with grand anticipation. Best, Rev. Adriana

  9. E-Squared is simply stunning! In an extraordinary writing style mixed with a brilliant sense of humor, you impart your deep understanding of the spiritual realm with wonderful simplicity. The reader is deftly invited on an exciting journey of enlightenment while being entertained all along the way. Thank you for sharing your wonderful gift. I’m very much looking forward to E-Cubed!

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