Are you terrorizing yourself with your thoughts about food?

“We are all love just looking for a place to happen.”—Esther Hicks

I leave for Switzerland in about two hours. I’m giving a workshop in Bern and then I’m off to Norway for a travel assignment. Among other things, I’ll be sleeping in a snow hotel (just one night), enjoying a Viking dinner and viewing (knock on wood) the Northern Lights.

But I simply have to share this amazing blog post I got from a friend yesterday. Do yourself a favor and read it yourself (it can be accessed here), but to summarize, my friend Linda, like most of us, had picked up a lot of “rules” about how and what to eat. You know the feeling. Guilt if you eat too much sugar. Confusion over whether you’re getting the right amount of carbs. Shame if you went off the damned diet you vowed to begin January (or February or March) 1.

Starting Christmas, Linda was having trouble with her eyes. She tried everything and finally decided to surrender and ask the bigger thing for help. Almost immediately, a voice, very clearly, said the following: “You have terrorized yourself with your thoughts about your body and food, declaring that food is MORE powerful than your thoughts. It is exactly the opposite… but as with all things, your thoughts have “made it so.” Your body obediently overreacts to many foods now. And you hold the fear of that all the time. Are you ready for an undoing?”

Being no dummy, she said, “YES! Please undo this for me.” She gave the fear to God, the F.P., the Divine Buzz, the thing that has so many synonyms, none of which begin to do it justice.

I’m sure you can guess what happened. But again, go here and read her story.

The other thing I want to share is that the word “desire” comes from a French word that means “of the Father.” So if you, like most of us in Worldview 1.0, feel at all guilty for wanting stuff, it’s time to let that go. It’s time to feel innocent about your desires and to know that your intentions and dreams are actually God’s way of expanding itself. Yep, your desires are holy.

With that being said, I want to extend the deadline for the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge. I know I said it was yesterday, but because I’m about to fly across the ocean, I won’t be passing out prizes until I return. So post those selfies (a picture of you with your HIGHEST desire) to my Facebook page and get entered to win tickets to all four of this year’s North American “I Can Do it” conferences.

They’re going to be life-changing. And as I’ve said, every single person wins because once you make a new vision for yourself, the universe begins to conspire to bring it to fruition.

I’ll probably check in with ya’ll when I’m in Europe, but, either way, have a stupendous couple of weeks.

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.

8 Comments on “Are you terrorizing yourself with your thoughts about food?

  1. Pingback: Are you terrorizing yourself with your thoughts about food? - I Love Law of Attraction

  2. Pam, Have an Amazingly Awesome trip! And Happy Belated Birthday. Hope it was magical (I’m sure it was) and that you celebrate big-time, on your trip.
    xox

  3. I was just thinking today that Norway is probably the most beautiful place I’ve visited. Especially a little area called Dragsvik. Norway also provided a lot of comedic and colorful stories for my blog.

    Have the best time!

  4. Pam, you have made these principles that I’ve been studying for years available to me at a different level. Your voice has made it all so accessible! So, in order to further that belief that it’s all fun, My study group and i refer to you as Pammie Sue Grout.We love your playful spirit and the way you make physics fun.

  5. Hi Pam,

    Thanks for the wonderful post.

    I have had love and hate affairs with caffeine. I love drinking it and I hate how it makes me feel. I realized over time that if I was to be gulping down one(big) cup of Vietnamese coffee everyday, I had to make peace with it or I had to let it go. Right now, I am trying to make peace with it and also to tame the inner perfectionist(and avid reader of the pros and cons of everything in this world).

    I read about an experiment conducted by Mr.Masaru Emoto on water and how it reacts to different emotions/words(in other words energy). The findings were phenomenal. When water was sent good energy, beautiful crystals were formed. When water was cursed, horrible patterns were formed. I guess, it is the same with every kind of food we ingest. If we keep filling ourselves with guilt, it will create an adverse reaction, knowing the fact that 90% of our bodies contain water.

    Thanks for the excellent post(and reminder to go easy on my guilt trips with caffeine).

    Cheers,
    Neetika

  6. Thanks for the wonderful post, Pam. I have battled with my addiction towards caffeine and my guilt feelings while drinking coffee. It was always a whole bunch of emotions packed into one big cup of Vietnamese coffee (or any other coffee I could lay my hands on).

    I recently came across an experiment conducted by Mr. Masaru Emoto which discusses the impact of different types of energy(in the form of words) on water. When water is sent positive energy, it forms beautiful crystals. When water is sent negative energy, it forms horrible patterns.

    I guess this is quite relevant to us because 90% of our bodies consist of water. When we are busy feeling guilty about what we eat, the body is busy creating those horrible patterns inside us. I suspect that the negative impact due to the guilt feeling might be much more than the negative impact due to the food itself.

    Thanks for the great reminder on our relationship with food.

  7. Pam, I am grateful for your enlightments and pray for your continued growth. This is great for me. I need to remember the teaching of Bruce Lipton on this. Belief is the always the answer. Thoreau It is what a man really believes about himself that determines his fate. Choose wisely and it is a daily choice. Know that love, light, health, wealth, peace, joy, miracle and blessings of God flow to you and through you. My daily focus now, in addition to amazing awesomeness, is the touch of God on me. As I journey on this path, I see more and more of this all around me and in me. Peace and Blessings, Gary.

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