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Tune in to the frequency of gratitude each morning so the mothership can find you

“What good are all the courses, initiations and headstands if, in the end, the ego does the leading.”—Tosha Silver
amazingly awesome

You wouldn’t go on a date without brushing your teeth.

Or write a resume without adding your phone number.

So why do we persist in starting our days without tuning into the Divine Buzz?

This Divine Buzz, F.P. (take your pick) is a loving force, folks, that wants nothing but to connect with us, to guide us, to bestow upon us every blessing we could possibly think up and a bunch we haven’t even come up with yet.

But instead of tuning in to this ocean of awesomeness, we’re tuned into this other frequency that limits the transmission. Anne Lamott recently wrote about a book signing in Wichita, Kansas where she was, as she describes it, “in whiny baby mode.”

On that transmission, the mothership couldn’t locate her. Couldn’t help her transcend her bad mood.

But by tuning into the frequency of gratitude, the “oh yea! I’m an author and I get to travel around and meet my readers. How cool is that?,” the “mothership” came to the rescue.

The mothership is always circling, always waiting with answers to every single need. Our only mission, and why wouldn’t we choose to accept it, is to stay on that frequency of gratitude where it can get through.

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 just-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

26 Responses

  1. I so appreciate your postings, they are always refreshers, and remind us of what we already know. Thank you!

  2. I must admit, little miss positive ME has been Miss whiny baby having a cold/flu for over a month! Just looked up the appropriate affirmation from Louise… I allow my mind to relax and be at peace. Clarity and harmony are within me and around me. All is well!!

  3. Reblogged this on Spirit In Action and commented:
    Thank you for posting this on your blog Pam! My Mom and I have been talking about this and how great it is that every day you start out saying “Something wonderful is going to happen today!”- it always does. In fact, because we are paying attention to things, lots of wonderful things happen; -)

  4. On the Constance Arnold show, you said some kind of action is required. How do we know when enough action is enough and it is time to let the universe take over because I’ve been applying to jobs since May and I’m still searching, so is it time to let go and focus on having fun? BTW, I tried this having fun idea all of last week and then I broke down on Sunday and my attitude completely shifted and I’m not in the best mood because nothing has changed with my job situation yet. I do believe that this works, but it is a challenge for me to get something that I consciously thought would be easy.

  5. Thanks for the reminder! Always in the middle of at least one of your experiments with extraordinary results. Would love to interview you on my TV show. If ever in the New Haven Ct area home of the number one pizza in the US Pepe’s and the first burger in the US Lou’s Lunch and of course Yale would love to meet up with you!

  6. Loving the life you have, with its challenges, (instead of the one you might be wishing for) is gratitude.

    My wife has been acting as long-distance mediator between two family members in conflict. They see her as the voice of reason and have said so.

    But she listens to Abraham and holds herself guilty for seeing in family – and therefore attracting – their problems to referee in the first place.

    So I asked her if she thought Esther lamented that she continues to attract people in need of teaching. Then I answered no. She just schedules another seminar; charges $200 a head, and feels delicious.

    Abraham shows up too.

  7. Thank you, and best wishes for a very happy Thanksgiving.  The Joyful Palette  –  Art by Jaquith

    http://thejoyfulpalette.com Jaquith Travis – Art by Jaquith

    “A mind once stretched by a new idea can never go back to it’s original dimensions” Albert EinsteinGreat love and great achievements involve great riskThe Dalai Lama

  8. Thank you Pam! Your posts are AWESOME! I loved E Squared and am well into E Cubed. Have a gratitude cubed thanksgiving!

  9. Wonderful, Years ago when I complained about what’s lacking , I had less and less. When I saw the light and started bein g grateful for what I had, it started coming in Best Wishes, Always G. Boyce Bazzell (Bazz)

  10. There’s a famous saying that goes like this : “The struggle ends, when gratitude begins!” I love the message that this short but powerful article is sending! Every day, I am grateful for all the good things that are happening and that are about to happen in my life.

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