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What’s your biggest, baddest, boldest vision for 2015? #E3 Selfie Challenge

“What you believe to be possible will always come to pass – to the extent that you deem it possible. It really is as simple as that.” ― Anthon St. Maarten10865791_10204553979061768_1480909559492752099_o

So excited by all the E3 Selfies being posted to my Facebook page. I’m seeing everything from exciting new relationships to bestselling books to a green smoothie delivery business.

Here’s why this fun process is so powerful. When you focus on what you desire and only on what you desire, the universe figures out a way to make it come true. When you create a vision (like an E3 Selfie), you’ve started the ball rolling for its easy manifestation.

Our job as quantum effects animators has one simple step: Focus on what we want.

Notice our job DOES NOT include plans for HOW we’re going to get it, WHEN it’s going to come, or WHERE we’ll find it.

How, when and where are completely irrelevant.

Instead envision “the WHAT”—the end result. By starting at the end (the fruition of your dreams) and letting go, the universe can work its blessed magic. It really is that simple.

For those who missed it, here’s the post again about the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge.

“The rich substance of the universe is yours to do with as you wish.”—Catherine Ponder

Fans of E-Squared and E-Cubed know they draw into their lives whatever they focus upon. They know that by simply setting an intention and visualizing themselves doing, being or having something, that reality (one of many in the quantum playground) becomes animated in their life. That’s where the now-ubiquitous selfie comes in.

Simply snap a selfie of yourself (and a “bookie” of E-Cubed***) with whatever you want to manifest. Maybe it’s standing in front of your dream house or test driving a new Lamborghini. The bigger and more exciting your dream (Keep in mind Martin Luther King Jr. didn’t say “I have a goal.”), the better your chances of winning cool prizes.

Did someone say prizes? By tagging your E3 selfies to Pam Grout’s fan page (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pam-Grout/108764901734), you’ll be entered to win all sorts of free prizes from tickets to Hay House’s 2015 I Can Do It! conferences to an all-expenses paid travel gig with Pam Grout.

There’s more. Wait for it!!! Perhaps the best prize are the 20 DonorsChoose gift cards that will be given out to support your favorite charity. It’s one thing to manifest a pair of diamond earrings, something several readers of E-Squared reported, but whilst tuning in to this happy, abundant frequency, it’s also possible to make the world a better place. The E3 Selfie Challenge will do just that.

Prizes (25 in total) will be rewarded to the most creative selfies, to the selfies that first duplicate themselves in reality and to the selfie with the biggest and highest vision for world change.

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.

22 Responses

  1. It doesn’t look like a “selfie” with both hands on all of those books etc. am I to understand that someone else can take the picture of us?

  2. At the risk of sounding like a total wimpy dork, will my selfie show up on *my* Facebook page for all the world to see?

    1. Don’t worry. I’m a total dork, too, when it comes to Facebook. I want to make this smooth and easy, so I’ll ask the experts: my daughter and her friends. Stay tuned.

  3. I don’t have a cell phone that takes pictures, and my copy of E-Cubed is on my computer (Kindle version). So, when I figure out how to modiy the “rules” of the contest, I will enter1

  4. What if you only have a copy on kindle I can’t send a picture of me and the book on the same email

    Sent from my iPad


  5. Pam, your idea is over the top brilliant!! What a powerful way to upgrade the energy of the planet. All the resulting stories of success will spread like wild-fire—and unify the motivation for people to play and love and celebrate life!!! Thank you, again for your infectious inspiration. J JL

    1. Thanks, Julie! Over the top brilliant is some high praise. My goal is for all of us to realize we’re OTT brilliant. Which, of course, is OTT true 24/7.

  6. Dear Pam, Im a little old lady who just loves your books and use your suggestions .I do not have an i phone or any way to send a” selfie” but want to let you know I love getting your e-mails and I wish you and all your loved ones a really wonderful 2015 Blessings Sheila Perry

    1. Thanks, Sheila! I’m so happy to make your e-Acquaintance. And so glad to hear you’re enjoying my posts. I love writing them. Happy New Year to you and yours.

  7. Hey Pam, I have the kindle version and not a fan of Facebook photos but I took the selfie anyway. I struggle with disappointment sabotaging my law of attraction. Any tips?? Love your work.

  8. Hello Pam, i am a young woman starting a completely new life into this world of plenitude. I have not yet finish to read your book E Squared but so far the experiences i made were in-credible! Only thing is that i will need you to hold my hand time to time in this new path. I am not a fan of Facebook either Selfie but it is coming.

  9. Dear Pam,

    I have written to you a couple of times. I fell in l ove with you and your books and was waiting eagerly to purchase E cubed. I made many intentions and almost all came true. The biggest one which came true was to speak to a large audience on a ground. That has come true two days ago. I addressed a crowd of 2000 people on parenting and learning difficutlies, at a school ground. Sending you the pictures. The next intention is publishing my book on parenting in 2015. Sending you the picture of the same as well.
    Another experinece I wish to share. I keep talking about your books and one of the parent had heard regarding E Squarednin the previous session. He went on to write the list with his sceptic little daughter. Together they wrote Butterflies and Pizza before a holiday journey.
    Out of the blues while travelling they saw hundreds of butterflies around a bush. His daughter did not still buy this and said let us see how the pizza happens when we shall not be ordering. They reached their destination and ordered room service. The room service announced that it was past the time and the kitchen was closed. They stepped out very tired and hungry and there was only one option PIZZA.
    He share this in my next seminar and the rest of the 80 parents asked for the name of the book and your name. I haveq encouraged them to write directly to you as well.

    With gratitude and love

    Iam grateful

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