Upgrading my search terms
“It is natural for you to play, to skip, to dance…anything else is resistance.”–Abraham-Hicks
I’m giving a talk this evening about my book on quirky things in Kansas. My state, I gleefully discovered, has no shortage of curiosities including the world’s largest hairball and a motorcycle made from cow bones.
Which is to explain that, even though I’m jazzed that the ACIM review is finally over, I’m rather occupied today so probably won’t find time to sit down and write a blog post about ACIM 221.
I’ll just say this. From here on out, the Course tells us that words mean little. Rather, we can go straight to the Source.
The experiment I’m using right now is what I’ve dubbed bait and switch. Every single time I think about checking my phone (way too often), I check in with the Divine Buzz instead. Or at least first.
I’ve found the Divine Buzz (love, peace, compassion, creativity) has much more to offer than my phone…which is basically a bunch of stuff that’s already created. The Divine Buzz gives me an infinite number of new possibilities.
And with that, I’ll share one more miracle story that came to me yesterday.
“I’m a 17 year old high school student from Germany and would like to share my story about our incredible universe. I’ll try to keep this message short, since there is actually not much to say about the law of attraction and our loving universe other than that it works.
“I was introduced to this thesis in December 2016 when I read E squared for the very first time. I immediately started the first experiment and ordered a miracle to happen in the next 48 hours. At this point I need to add that I was (and still am) very investigated in international youth exchanges.
“My miracle: exactly 48 hours later my normally very shy and introvert dad told me he had decided to do something crazy for once and signed up as a host family for a foreign student. Our new family member from Taiwan arrived one week later.
“After that I kind of lost track of my experiments for a while until I decided to go on an exchange years to an English-speaking country. Exchange years are incredibly expensive and I knew that my family could never afford something like that. So I decided to ask the universe.
“One day later I saw a brand new poster hanging in our school auditorium about a full scholarship for one year in the US. The date of that poster informed me that I had exactly time until midnight to sign up.
“Since there was no time to think twice, I applied without even telling my parents and two months later I got that life-changing call that I was the proud winner of that scholarship.
“But the interesting thing is this: I promised myself to use my year abroad for learning more about the law of attraction and when I finally received my placement, it said that I was gonna spend my year in Topeka, KS, 30 minutes away from the woman who introduced me to the field of unlimited potential. No more words needed….”
And speaking of no more words, here’s a fun video of the Kiki Challenge.
Drake’s new song has inspired all these Kiki dances. I like this one that was shared the other night by Trevor Noah. Enjoy!
Pam Grout is the author of 19 books including E-Squared, E-Cubed, Thank & Grow Rich and her latest book, Art & Soul,Reloaded: A Year-Long Apprenticeship to Summon the Muses and Ignite Your Daring, Audacious, Creative Side.