Forget your wallet! What’s in your belief system?

“Your personal beliefs create realities. These beliefs are so powerful they either create expansive or entrapping realities over and over.”–Kuan Yin rhonda story

I am so blessed to get stories from readers of my books. And it is my great privilege to pass them along here on the blog.

Here are three that recently caught my attention:

1. “In my Spiritual Laws group, I shared more on your book E-Cubed. I had put out to the Universe “Checks are in the mail.” Below (or in this case above) is a picture of $1000 dollars worth of shopping cards we got in the mail 2 days ago.

2. “When I was in college, I got really sick. I was sick for 4 months and ended up in the hospital for 6 weeks. I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease. The day I got my diagnosis, I was a little dazed. I told my doctor and my mother, who were both in the room, that I wanted to take a shower. They both left the room so I could have some privacy. I stepped into the shower and I was expecting to cry. It was so bizarre, though. I can’t explain it and I’ve never told another person because I didn’t want people to think I was crazy.

“I got this wave that came over me. Something inside said that I was the same person I was yesterday before I was diagnosed. This disease wasn’t going to change that. I finished my shower and got back in the hospital bed. I decided that I didn’t want the disease and I didn’t accept it. That was 15 years ago. Shortly after my diagnosis, I stopped taking my pills. I have never once been sick since.

“My current doctor told me that he thinks I was misdiagnosed and doesn’t think there’s any reason for me to claim this diagnosis any more. I know I wasn’t misdiagnosed, though. I cured myself! I know it in my heart. I just never had a way to describe it before reading your books. I’ve conjured up tons of stuff in my life, but it wasn’t planned. I just inadvertently stumbled onto a connection with the FP. It’s just nice to have a better explanation of what was happening. So….thanks for writing your book. Thanks for explaining things no one else could. And thanks for giving me an outlet to finally tell my story. Something so magical needs to be shared with someone.”

3. “I’ve been practicing tapping into the Universe and all it has to offer and telling my son and husband about it.

“I am in the middle of revamping our school curriculum (homeschooler) and since my son loves gaming and wants to become a Game Tester (Quality Assurance Systems Engineer), I thought we’d better see what he needs to do in order to become one. So last week we scoured through job descriptions, requirements, etc. and on 4/24/16, I wrote a course description for it. The next day my son comes running to me to tell me he was selected to test a game before it is released. I said that’s how the Universe works. You put it out there and it works out the rest.

“On the morning of 4/28/16 before my son wakes up, I’m thinking this is so great, it would be nice if he was doing this on a consistent basis and I let the thought go. Later that morning my son comes to me again with a look of astonishment saying “Mom, I’m sorry I didn’t tell you earlier but I was offered to test the beta games permanently. Can you believe that?!” I said that’s how the Universe works. Awesome huh?! Needless to say he’s super excited.”

Awesome indeed! Thanks everybody for all your great stories. I love each and every one of you to the moon and back.

Pam Grout is the author of 18 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the about to be released, Thank and Grow Rich: a 30-day Experiment in Shameless

5 Comments on “Forget your wallet! What’s in your belief system?

  1. Oh, how I love these stories! They make my heart sing! I am so grateful to be in the midst of such a crowd. Much love to you all!

  2. Thanks Pam Love to read your posts. Not only are they awesome but I say Pawesome 🐾 Will re-read your books as I would love a different job. Cheers Gail 🐾

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