Empirical evidence is in the eyes of the beholder

“Just because something is rampant in your civilization doesn’t mean it has to express itself in your life.”–Abraham-Hicks

Despite what it says in the newspaper, despite what your mother told you, despite what society insists is rock solid truth, it’s important to remember Shakespeare’s adage, “Nothing is either good nor bad. Only thinking makes it so.”

Your thinking regulates what is allowed into your life experience and what boogies on over to the next guy. You get to decide. You have the final say.

And since my thinking believes in miracles, magic and moving right past the bouncer who says, “You can’t go in,” I hear stories like this each and every day.

1. “I’ve been reading E-Squared the past week. I was reading it in a coffee shop, and I decided to attempt to call out the FP. I noticed a man reading on the other side of the shop. I said “if all this is real, have this man look up and stare directly at me.”

“He didn’t. I didn’t loose the faith, just forgot about it and went about my day. Later, I was eating at a diner. Over the loud speaker came a song by an artist called St Vincent. The lyric goes “did you ever really stare at me….?”

“I thought that was funny and hadn’t heard the song in a while. I pay for my meal and as I enter into the street I start singing the song, “did you ever really stare at me?.” I take not but 5 steps until I’m met with the direct stare of the man from the coffee shop.”

2. “In summer 2014, I met a beautiful guy. He was absolutely amazing, he was funny, he was a musician and even though I was overweight and my confidence was big as a nail, he was kind to me and he treated me as a beautiful woman. I fell in love with him in one night. When we met again, he was acting like a jerk. But I was so in love with him that I gave him your book to read. And guess what? He started to change. Since we first met, he changed a lot. You changed my life and the life of my boyfriend from a womanizer to a kind, beautiful person.

“He told me to send you his thanks, too. And there is one more thing that I wanted to tell you. I lost 12 kilograms and found out I want to be a singer. I was fighting thoughts of not being worthy, but now I am taking classes, getting better and I have had three concerts.

3. “ I did this experiment 3 weeks ago. The night of the first 24 hours I decided I wanted to go to Japan (knowing that if I keep being positive it will come together). The next night I had stayed at my partners and we discussed what we wanted to do in Japan, where we wanted to stay and all that jazz. The next morning when I got home, my mum said, “I have a gift for you” and there it was–a Japanese hand fan (she knew nothing about the experiment or Japan). I knew in that moment that the field of potentiality was very real.‬‬”

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

5 Comments on “Empirical evidence is in the eyes of the beholder

  1. Hi Pam, I’ve only just found your blog and have been reading the feedback about your E book experiments and just have to add my own experiences because they are just so cool. I did the experiments in E squared when the book first came out with great success, the most notable one being the yellow butterfly one:

    I had nearly come to the end of the time limit and still no butterflies, (we don’t have any yellow butterflies in New Zealand) I went to my son’s flat and a group of his friends were there all playing an international online computer game, they barely noticed I was there as they were so focused on the big TV screen, after a quick 5 minutes my son came across a bonus item during play to add to his inventory, he opened the item and I heard him say “what the….?” I looked up and there was a glass bell-jar with a yellow butterfly fluttering in it…I said “oh wow I’ve been looking for a yellow butterfly for 2 days” and told him about your book, by now I had the attention of all the boys and my Son said,” Mum, I’ve been playing this game for 3 years now and that is the first butterfly I have ever seen in it” He asked around the room and none of them had ever seen a butterfly in the game before.

    I have SO many more goosebump causing stories to share but this next one is my all-time favourite. I was just starting E-cubed and you said to choose a song to make you feel good, I looked down the list of suggestions and didn’t recognise any of them so chose one called “Happy”, I immediately opened my Spotify phone app to find the song and when I found it pushed play, my phone wasn’t the best and it took ages to load. I was trying to get ready for work at the same time so was finding the need to keep monitoring my phone annoying, it began to play tiny bursts of the beginning of the song and then froze. In frustration I decided to close the app and restart the phone and, without noticing, my impatient stab at the phone accidentally opened an app I had downloaded a year earlier but NEVER even opened before (hay house radio). So after a short silence when I thought my phone was turning off came this disembodied voice “and now I am so excited to welcome to the show, best selling author of E squared, Pam Grout who is here to talk about her new book E cubed, welcome Pam”…The phone cut straight back to Pharell Williams singing “I’m so Happy that….I’m so happy….” My jaw dropped and I actually squealed with delight and shock and threw the phone down on the bed laughing…then the voice came back “I’m so happy to be here thank you for having me, and here’s our first caller ….. from… (somewhere in america lol)” and the caller said…”I’m SO happy, I’m so happy to talk to you Pam” ….the phone cut back to spotify and Pharell finished the entire song… .I just stood staring at my phone on the bed for the longest time as if it was possessed…. and i was happy alright, to the point of near hysteria…and the rest of the experiments were just as mind-blowing, every single one of them.

    Thank you for sharing your wisdom with us all, it really has changed my life in the most profound and utterly delightful way. kindest regards and most sincere appreciation, Ally In Rotorua, New Zealand

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