Blessings are everywhere—even in your driveway

“Standing on the corner of awesome and bombdigity.”—Shared by a reader on my Twitter feed

In E-Cubed (that comes out in 13 days, not that I’m counting?), there’s a chapter called “Well, duh!” In it, I share miracle stories from readers of E-Squared who wrote to me with the awesome results of their experiments.

Hearing these stories makes me bounce around like Tigger. Telling them only elevates the bounce. Here are a couple I heard today:

A reader in Duluth was doing the Dude Abides experiment, asking for a blessing, a sign that she was loved by the universe. Although I encourage people to refrain from specifying the blessing, she thought to herself, “wouldn’t it be cool if I got a crystal agate.” Evidently, she had studied geology and was interested in rocks.

Well, the next day she came home (from where I’m not sure) and sitting near her driveway was the biggest crystal agate she had ever seen.

A friend from one of my power posses was recounting her circumstances at our last get-together when another member posed the question, “Well, what exactly do you need?”

It stopped her in her tracks and she said, “I need a vacuum cleaner.” We all laughed and said, “Better make room for a new vacuum cleaner.”

This morning, she returned to our breakfast meeting filled with all kinds of amazing manifestations and then she stopped, “Oh, I forgot to tell you. I went home last Sunday and there, in my driveway, was a vacuum cleaner.”

Moral of this story? Pay attention to your driveway.

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.

7 Comments on “Blessings are everywhere—even in your driveway

  1. Awesome, Pam. The magic is real.

    Also reminds me of one of my favorite Steven Wright jokes: “Why do we drive on the parkway and park on the driveway?”

  2. Pam. My comments are linked to my old website from two years ago. Not sure why that’s happening?

    This comment is a test to see if I can facilitate my real, current website.

  3. My lawnmower died- the grass was up to my knees and I was out of cash. Just put it out there – didn’t worry about how it would come. Two hours later I’m on FB and a friend says “Who needs a lawnmower? My neighbor just gave me an electric one and I have a brand new gas one up for grabs.” I said “ME ME!” She said “Synchroncity babe- come get it.” Two hours later I was mowing the lawn. LOL Thanks FP!

  4. LOVE this!!!!!! I’m still stuck somewhere – not receiving blessings yet. I can’t wait to read your next book. I truly need this in my life. Thank you for writing it Pam…….

    Jacque in Arizona

    Sent from my iPhone

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