What I say to old beliefs in lack and limitation? You’re going down!

“A miracle is an invitation into a new story.”—Charles Eisenstein

In E-Cubed, I included a whole chapter of miracle stories. I recounted some of the gifts and blessings readers sent after doing the experiments in E-Squared. I named the chapter “Well, Duh!”

I like to share miracle stories because they shake the scaffolding of our old beliefs. They threaten the old paradigm that we’re all alone in an uncaring universe.

Here’s a fun story that popped into my inbox last night:

“God really does have a sense of humor. One day my friend and I were talking about money, and my friend Karen says, “It’s easy to manifest money. Just picture it falling from the sky.

I thought, that sounds like fun. . .so I closed my eyes and pictured money falling from the sky.

Later that day, I got a call from my agent to do some extra work in a movie for the following day.
In the scene, a Brinks truck was stalled on an overpass, the door had flown open, and money was flying about.

I was to be one of several passersby, underneath the bridge, catching money as it fell from above.”

Take that, old story!

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.

6 Comments on “What I say to old beliefs in lack and limitation? You’re going down!”

  1. Pingback: What I say to old beliefs in lack and limitation? You’re going down! - I Love Law of Attraction

  2. That’s funny, but it reminds me of the days when I prayed for cash flow. I just got broker and broker until finally I realized I had to be more specific; IN not OUT! : )

  3. Shazam Pam! I need to know when your next book is coming out/being released. And if you don’t know because you’re still writing it, then….hurry up woman! *wink, wink*

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