Set the dial back to zero

“People who judge you are just not your people.”—Constance Wu

green bay training campJust returning home after a few days in Denver (love to all the peeps who came to the playshop at the Halcyon Hotel) and then a quick press trip to Green Bay. I had a blast attending Packers Training Camp, finding a beer called Awesome Sauce and sampling cheese, beer, wine and chocolate. My career as a travel writer is, as I often say, a pretty sweet gig.  It was the universe’s solution for my desire to see the world.

Anyway, I’m back home, plunging into a new assignment and getting ready to embark on the new book, the book that you, my friends, helped facilitate. Yes, it’s on A Course in Miracles and, yes, it will be fun, inspiring and life-changing.

Today’s ACIM 235 is a reminder that the Divine’s plan for all of us is perfect happiness. This is such a good lesson for us to feel deep in our bones.

It doesn’t say happiness on the weekends. Or on our birthdays. Or on other momentous occasions. It promises happiness 24/7/365/all the days of your life. It’s radical and it’s real.

To drive home the point, here’s an email I read 5 minutes ago.

“I don’t normally say this to strangers but, I love you! YOU have helped me change my life! I got E2, E3 and Thank and Grow Rich in audibles and have been listening to them over and over ad infinitum, for the last 3 or 4 months. I have been trying to recruit as many of my friends as possible, recommending the books or audibles, I have bought them for friends – I want to help add to the growing collective and give out as many red pills as I possibly can. I began this at the behest of my boss, with E2.

“I am so thankful to him for pointing me in this direction – I am so thankful to you for writing these books! You, Pam Grout, please, take just a minute to sit back, smile and bask in the solace of knowing that you are living your best life and by doing so, helping others to do the same! I have too many examples to thank you for but just off the top of my head, without giving any thought at all really, I mouthed along with you “I can afford anything I want, in fact, I am so prosperous, I never need worry again…” that week, OUT OF THE BLUE, I got a promotion and a substantial raise.

“Another, more important example to me than that, in referencing quantum nonlocality, I went to visit my mother’s grave over the weekend. She passed away last year from complications due to Alzheimers. I had a great conversation with her, told her I missed her but I knew she was in a better place and more importantly, wasn’t suffering, and I could never ask her to give that up and come back here just because I missed her. But I did want to ask one thing – just to let me know that she was ok. IMMEDIATELY after I finished that sentence, it started raining. It was kind of cloudy but didn’t necessarily look like it would rain, there were even patches of blue sky and sun shinning through. I now know I have a direct line to my mom. Pam, you have given me the tools I need to live my absolute best life, I can never repay you for that so in an attempt to show my gratitude, I will endeavor to pay it forward to anyone and everyone with whom I come in contact. Peace and happiness to you, Pam.”

And peace and happiness to all of you.

Signing off from North Lawrence.

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.

20 Comments on “Set the dial back to zero

  1. Pam, I’m wondering with all your travellers and love for it; how you approach the following; whenever I travel I get travellers diarrhea and can’t enjoy my trip 😢 any tips? I try to spread the love ?? But it seems it happens whenever I travel
    So frustrated …

  2. Yes, you do have a sweet gig! Finding a beer called Awesome Sauce and sampling cheese, beer, wine and chocolate would be an ideal life for many of us. I certainly wouldn’t complain. I happy to hear about the book. It had to happen. Thanks for today’s reminder.

  3. Thank you for sharing that sweet email.. I wish you peace and flow as you write the book we are all anticipating.. a hug to you Pam 💖

  4. I am from Green Bay! Next time stay longer and give a talk! You have fans here!
    Where is your cheesehead?

  5. Thanks Pam 🙏 I reckon you are “awesome sauce” !! Or maybe that’s going to be my new name for Source! Ha!! Awesome Sauce!! Heehee 😉 have a fabulous day as I’m sure you will, and so will I – yay! 😁👍🏻🌸💖

  6. That was a great e-mail love letter to you. I can totally relate, as you have helped improve and upgrade my life, with your books and e-mails. I take it all to heart, and practice so many of your experiments and party games, every single day. And when I manifested meeting you, that was just the icing on the delicious cake that is my awesome life!
    Keep on truckin’!
    xox
    Pamela Joy
    P.S. Since we share our first name, when I read the responses to you that mention you by name, I see my own name and get an extra little lift – as if the love they express was meant for me. And since we are all one, I guess it is meant for me, too!

  7. Hi There Pan.
    Ditto to that last letter. Life is just awesome. I love to pay forward by giving out your books. Thanks, Thanks, Thanks.
    Peace & Joy
    Sue

  8. Beautiful!
    I too, as I’m sure all of us, have stories too numerous to list on how the Universe has blessed me. Your books are life changing! I continue to re-read them and have purchased them for family and friends. You are a Gift from the Universe and I thank you for being a part of my life.
    Much love,
    Carol

  9. Hope you get these responses, Pam.

    It’s beautiful what this one wrote!!! You must sleep very gratefully!

    Francine

    Sent from my iPhone

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  10. So many THANK YOU’S …
    Thank you for the books you have written that continue to move me into CRAZY , WONDERFUL PLACES on so many levels.
    Thank you for the book you are working on now…I ALREADY LOVE IT…
    Thank you North for writing that beautiful letter to Pam.
    Thank you to everyone here for always inspiring me.
    Thank you to the Divine Power for making us all Happen….
    With Love,
    Kate in Carmel Ca.

  11. LOVE ❤️LOVE ❤️LOVE ❤️ 🙂🎈🙃 this!! I can FEEL the genuine gratitude this letter exudes… and paying it forward with your books as gifts!!! That’s the best icing on the cake EVER!! I can’t help but jump on the bandwagon 😍📚🤓

  12. Pam!!! Awesome Sauce ~ brilliant. “Setting the Dial Back to Zero” is apparently a theme in my life now, an unmistakeable message from the Universe, a Wake Up Call! Seriously, I just finished responding to advice on practicing ho’oponopono with the folks at Zero-wise.com (Dr. Hew Len) and looked down to see your latest blog in my Inbox. Gotta love those cosmic confirmations that you’re on the right track! Cheers, Penne & the CanDo! Crew

  13. Pam,
    I just want to share an amazing book that I think you would love. The Crossover by Kwame Alexander.
    Attached are tow rules of basketball from his book that I want to share with you for your quote quotient.
    Fellow traveler,
    Trish

  14. So happy that you have decided to finish your book. I remember when you were starting it in January. I love reading every post and think I commented on every one. Excited for you! Yes to being happy every moment of the day!

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