A Course in Miracles explained in 11 words
“Your being by nature is joy.”—Mooji
My motto is “smooth and easy.”
My signature party game (a practice I teach in my workshops) has two simple steps.
For those new to the party, here’s a link that explains it.
And as for the Course–while it seems really dense at times and bogged down in words–it can be summed up like this:
The universe has your back and everything’s going to be okay.
Everything else is just a big ruse that we, in our misguided thoughts, sent scouts out to retrieve from the field of infinite potentiality. In the Course, we learn to send scouts (AKA our beliefs, those all-powerful vibrating waves) in search of different things.
By practicing the lessons, we begin to “get it” that joy is our natural state. We begin to realize that fun is our guiding light and feeling good is our purpose. We even go so far to recognize that joy is why we’re here.
Lesson 19 is I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my thoughts
To reiterate yesterday, everything I think is being broadcast out to everyone on the planet. So when I allow my natural state of joy to emerge, my beautiful broadcast of happiness literally uplifts the world.
The same hum of joy resides in you. Sharing it is an important public service.
Since so many new folks have recently subscribed to this blog, I’m going to repost one of my all-time favorite YouTubes. It’s joyful proof that we are one. Or as Andrew Zimmern says, “The great thing about traveling is you begin to realize that people in grass skirts and people who speak in clicks are just like you.”
Pam Grout is the author of 19 books including E-Squared, E-Cubed, Thank & Grow Rich and her new book, Art & Soul,Reloaded: A Year-Long Apprenticeship to Summon the Muses and Ignite Your Daring, Audacious, Creative Side.