There is a hum in you

“Nanny Ogg looked under her bed in case there was a man there. Well, you never knew your luck.”—Terry Prachett
omg
My life seems to be one big OMG after another. Karen Drucker (yes THAT Karen Drucker!), the one who has recorded 19 CD’s and won about every award an inspirational songwriter can win, is writing a song with my AA 2.0. catchphrase. She called (well, I returned her call) and she played the chorus for me. It is, to quote myself, amazingly awesome.

I can’t wait for you all to hear it. I’m already envisioning winning a Grammy.

But since I’ve devoted this year to writing about the Course in Miracles, I’m going to quickly introduce my take on ACIM Lesson 60. It’s a review (tomorrow we move on to new material) with these five paraphrased principles:

1. Today, I recognize my innocence. And everybody else’s, while I’m at it.

2. Instead of working really hard, I just have to turn within and tune into the Divine frequency. When I’m there, everything works out in miraculous, beautiful ways.

3. Fear is an imposter. It pretends to be important, but when I see the world as it really is (without fear gunking up the windows), I recognize everyone leaning in (maybe even Sheryl Sandberg) to bless me.

4. The Divine Buzz stalks me wherever I go. There’s never a moment it’s not available. And it will tell me exactly what to do, what to say and whom to say it to.

5. This Divine Buzz, this Super God, lights up the world in peace and beauty and goodness.

So there we have it, my friends. Once again, I just want to say thank you for joining me on this journey. I heard Marianne Williamson say that when she gives talks about The Course, she feels like an aerobics instructor. She may be the one up front, but she’s doing it right along with everyone who’s listening.

That pretty much sums up my thoughts. We’re all in this miracle-performing business together.

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.

21 Comments on “There is a hum in you

  1. Good morning Pam, and how’s this for synchronicity- I open my email now (at 6.33am) and your “new post” email had landed at 6.32!!!!! Perfect timing! So, Thankyou as always for your inspiring words. I love this line particularly “the divine buzz stalks me wherever I go.” Cool! And congratulations on the upcoming song by Karen Drucker- I can’t wait to hear it either 😁 Have a blessed day (or afternoon) and I’ll see you here again soon 😘💖🦋🌸

  2. Amen!
    You are such an inspiration. I can’t count how many times I’ve said to friends and family, ‘Well, Pam Grout says…’
    You are an integral part of my journey and I thank you and wish you much love!

  3. Pam – so eloquently and succinctly put! You language is far more thrilling than that of the
    Course’s – and without your input I would struggle with it sometimes. Thank you !

  4. I would like to Thank You for all the posts that you have sent me and I have 2 of your books on Kindle and the Course of In Miracles and I had it for 30 some years and never got as much from it as I have from you. I will keep in touch but I’m not much on typing, Hunt & Peck. Thank You very much. Bob

  5. I really like the part about being on the journey together. I find that I teach that which I need to learn. Thank you for your beautiful, bright, and funny light and that of all the wonderful people who resonate with your work. It seems that this work of becoming who we really are is becoming easier since our light touches each other.

  6. I’ve been working through ACIM and only a few lessons behind. I may “cram” on the reviews tonight & join up with Lesson 60 tomorrow 🙂

  7. “The Divine Buzz stalks me wherever I go. There’s never a moment it’s not available. And it will tell me exactly what to do, what to say and whom to say it to.” Beautiful! Love it. Thank you!

  8. The Divine Buzz has been stalking me all day as well. This one is very helpful today. I’m starting to see the signs. Keep them coming. My old dog brain can learn new tricks.

  9. Looking forward to hearing the song. Please keep us updated. So grateful to have found this blog when you decided to dedicate it to the course..I so needed the gift of a lighthearted approach❤

  10. How very exciting about the song! Congrats! Love the phrase the Divine Buzz, because that’s what Kundalini energy feels like in my body. Amazing buzzing, humming, creative God force energy. Sometimes I’m not sure if I’m feeling a train going by, as it can have a similar thrum. Last spring, the energy woke me up from a dead sleep one night, and I thought we were having an earthquake. Took me a little bit to figure out it wasn’t an earthquake.

    Looking forward to that Grammy!

  11. Is there a place where we can get your earlier responses to the first half of the lessons as I discovered this blog later. Thank you.

    • They’re all on here–you can just keep scrolling backwards. But they haven’t gone anywhere. I may publish them all in a book someday. I’ve had lots of folks asking for them, but for now, they’re all on my site. Enjoy!!

  12. Thank you! I love reading your comments about the Course of Miracles first thing each morning! Awesome!

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