“I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in.”– George Washington Carver
You might remember that quote from E-Cubed. It’s in the experiment about getting an important message from the natural world, the one about the Divine 24/7 Buzz.
In that chapter, I also mention the herd of African elephants who showed up at the home of their former advocate to pay respects after his untimely death.
Lawrence Anthony was a conservationist, an environmentalist, an author and he saved this particular herd of rogue elephants from slaughter at his Thula Thula game reserve in South Africa. You might have heard about his valiant effort during the Iraq war to save the animals at the Baghdad Zoo.
When he died unexpectedly of a heart attack on March 2, 2012, two herd of wild elephants that he rescued and rehabilitated somehow knew and trekked 12 hours through the Zululand bush, formed a circle around his home and honored him for an entire 48 hours. They hadn’t actually seen him in 18 months. How did they know?
The elephants, like all of us, are connected to this big universal life force, this Divine Buzz that wants to connect with us, wants to guide us, wants to bestow blessings.
Anymore, that’s about the only thing I’m interested in—the rest, as Einstein said, is just details.
Speaking of details, don’t forget to enter the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge. By tagging your selfies to my Facebook fan page, you’ll be entered to win such prizes as a cruise to Alaska and tickets to the four North American I Can Do It conferences.
I’ll be speaking at the upcoming Denver event in April and, if you’re so inclined, you can get your tickets here.
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.
elephants are so cute and loyal
I’m fortunate to live in the country where close encounters with wild animals are common, (at least for me), every thing from deer bedding down under my deck to bear busting out a window in a door at 3:30 am. They have so much to teach us and share if we but “have the eyes to see and ears to hear”.
hi pam, i agree with you about animals and nature. We take in foster dogs and get them ready for adoption at pwas chicago. Right now i have a shy 4 year old maltese. i need to get my daughter to enter me in the selfie challenge, bad at facebook ! thanks for everything you do helped me a lot
I thought you would enjoy the below by Pam Grout.
I also am pretty flexible as far as time to talk.
You are such a “Rock Star” because of what you said to me today about sub-terrannean consciousness. I never would have understood that a year ago and you so intuit the progression of one’s understanding so as to give them the right information at the right time. Being a Rock Star may never be in your future but you are an inspirational teacher.
I love you from the bottom of my heart. By the way can you even sing? LOL. :))
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I am so sorry this was meant for someone else.
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> From: NANCY MARKOFF > Date: January 21, 2015 at 5:46:00 PM EST > To: Pam Grout > Subject: Pam Grout > > I thought you would enjoy the below by Pam Grout. > > I also am pretty flexible as far as time to talk. > > You are such a “Rock Star” because of what you said to me today about sub-terrannean consciousness. I never would have understood that a year ago and you so intuit the progression of one’s understanding so as to give them the right information at the right time. Being a Rock Star may never be in your future but you are an inspirational teacher. > > I love you from the bottom of my heart. By the way can you even sing? LOL. :)) > > Sent from my iPad > >>
Having lived in Zambia, and gone on countless Safaris, I can attest to the intuitive nature of the Elephant. I am a Metaphysical Coach and teach my clients how to shift their consciousness. I learned so much of this from my experiences in Africa.
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