Challenge the limited human perception. Start today.

“I practice karate moves when I think nobody is watching. It’s all part of being a real American badass. Chicks dig it. I mean they would, if they ever looked and caught me in a moment of awesomeness.
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― Jarod Kintz

Top of the Morning to you, this gorgeous St. Patty’s Day. I’m off to play pickleball after returning last night from an amazing weekend in Chicago with Matrix Energetics and wanted to share just a couple thoughts.

Don’t wait for the diagnosis, the breakup, the financial hit to start practicing the magical power of your thoughts.

Many of us pay lip service to the invincible universal law that “consciousness create reality.” But we don’t put it into practice UNTIL life slugs us in the face. For example, did you get up this morning and consciously create your day? Did you jump up and intentionally program in magic and miracles?

My point exactly.

One of the most gratifying things about E-Squared is all the groups that are forming, the people who are getting together regularly to practice this mind-blowing truth. Now. With little things.

That way, our magic-making muscles are in shape, our perceptions are opened wider and it just feels natural to make miracles. Of all kinds. Big and Small.

Have an amazingly awesome day!!

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

9 Comments on “Challenge the limited human perception. Start today.

  1. Pingback: Challenge the limited human perception. Start today. - I Love Law of Attraction

  2. Ah wonderful! I had an amazing weekend in Vancouver with Matrix Energetics. I love how much fun playing in the field is, and how complimentary it is to your books ❤

  3. hey everyone!
    thanks pam for this nice reminder! 😉
    i’m wondering if you or anyone know some magic and miracles creator groups in montreal? I’d love to join one!
    thanks! 🙂

  4. Thanks Pam for this timely reminder. I have let my positivity slip a little over the weekend… But last week I was right on it! I got to the end of the 1st money experiment in E Squared and had so much fun ‘seeding’ money on supermarket shelves, on the school wall at pick up time, around the communal garden (my daughter then brought me one of those shiny Euro coins during part two of the experiment lol – no idea how as it wasn’t even in ‘daughter eye view’!) It was great. Before the experiment had even ended I sold a book via my Literary Agency into the UK! Nothing so spectacular about this except it’s a book on stillbirth (the love and healing side). We categorically didn’t do that taboo in the UK. Until now! I had been approaching publishers for a year. I was on my 128th publisher rejection and had almost run out of doors. Long story short – the book will be available in major UK retailers this August! No doubt this happened to make my personal Mother’s Day weekend but most definitely because I had been giving, so by law I had to receive 🙂 Your books are wonderful!

  5. I have now put Magic & Miracles on my desktop calendar for every day so it will be the first thing I see in the morning.

  6. Hello fantastic friends!! I would love to join an e-squared group does anyone know of any in the Hudson Valley New York area? xo Kara

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