More is being offered

“If I’m not careful, I freeze myself with certain descriptions of myself. And then I’m forced to play out some storyline that was true twenty years ago but might not be true today.”—Josh Radnortotal joy

Muchas gracias, mis amigos! I’ve been busy dancing to all your uplifting song suggestions. I can’t thank you enough. Once again, “Ask and ye shall receive” proves unequivocally true.

Not to give too much away, but I’m using many of your song suggestions in the new Course in Miracles book, still slated to makes its debut in early 2020.

One of the Course’s main themes is that SO MUCH MORE is being offered. Life offers so much more love, joy, intimacy and freedom than that which most of us avail ourselves. Every minute teems with countless gifts that get blocked with mindless thinking.

My focus now is THE MORE. I find when I zoom out, I leave behind myopic beliefs that I’m nothing but a body and that Taz is no longer here. I find comfort knowing we’ll have an infinite amount of time together in eternity and that this life is but a blip.

This current incarnation is is but one chess piece on the larger phenomenon of me. I love knowing our souls will all meet up again in other lifetimes, other cities, other fields.

The TV series I’m working on also addresses THE MORE. The characters who live at Milagro Springs, my fictional ecovillage, find the more so often blocked by societal expectations.

It’s like the question often asked by readers of my National Geographic books on meaningful vacations.

“How is it,” they want to know. “That these people in other countries who have nothing are so happy. It makes no sense.”

The answer is they “don’t have nothing.” They have the SO MUCH MORE that gets crowded out in our mindless search for more things, bigger houses, fancier cars.

Communal societies enjoy things like MORE time. MORE recognition of their profound connections with each other. MORE fun. MORE love.

That’s THE MORE we’re promoting with the 222 Foundation. Call for entries for the 2020 award will be announced soon. Thank you guys for joining me on this journey. I love you all to the ZOOMED-out-cosmos and back.

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.

28 Comments on “More is being offered

  1. Some of my favorite feel good songs: Knee Deep- Zac Brown/Jimmy Buffett It’s Five O’clock somewhere- Buffett Aquarius- Fifth Dimension

    I’m looking forward to your book! 😘

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  2. About 3 years ago you turned me onto saying 3 different gratefuls every morning when I woke up and saying that something amazingly awesome was going to happen to me today. I’ve been keeping a journal of the awesome the whole time now and share your ideas with other people. I’m ever so grateful, Pam

  3. Dear Pam, I love the messages in your posts…thank you. My favorite dance music are the eight songs on the “Transcendance” cd by Michael Bernard Beckwith. I dance to them every morning and get a fun workout. The words to the songs feed me spiritual thoughts for living in a realized state of SO MUCH MORE. Here is a video of his first song on the cd. Love and blessings, PatriciaAdventure In Paradisehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVCjO8IDSqk

  4. Pam, Thanks so much for your message. I’m working on letting go of old expectations and accepting the more. Your posts always inspire me. Keep on dancing with Taz and all those who love you on the other side. You are an inspiration to me and so many others.

  5. Oh..PS…I was listening to Esther Hicks yesterday talking about transitioning. So beautiful. We are never alone.
    Love love love love love love love.
    Xxx
    Suzi

  6. Good On You Pam!!!

    You are sounding REALLY GOOD!!!
    You are an INSPIRATION!!!
    Cant wait for your new book to be released…

    GOD BLESS YOU SWEETHEART!!!

  7. I have tried many times to read Course of Miracles but it’s so obtuse and inaccessible. It makes me angry that I get nothing from it, when people I like say it helped them so much. I appreciate the way you write. I don’t understand the Course of Miracles at all, but I get what you say. Thanks for translating and sharing.

  8. Thank you for another great post Pam❣️My current favorite songs that lift me up and make me want to dance with joy .are “Hold my hand” and “Don’t be so hard on yourself” by Jess Glynne.

  9. A television series!!!! I’m so excited! It will be wonderful. I believe I mentioned somewhere a while back about the AH CD by Francine Jarry. There is a song on there called “I want more” of that same kind of thing you are speaking. It’s my walking music on my mp3 player. Thanks for all your encouragement. My daughter is trying to find a meeting place for those of us here that are actively pursuing the ideas from your books. They must be in hiding along with a meeting spot.

  10. Dear Pam
    Thanks so much for this inspiring and uplifting email. Your message rings with clarity and truth. I’m in Lake Como at the moment, where GC sleeps. Lol. Much love – knowing Taz is with you and this lifetime is a blink in eternity 🤗❤️🤗

  11. Thank you Pam for another amazingly awesome message. Its always so heartwarming and encouraging to read from you. I am enjoying my E-Squared and E-Cubed reads currently and looking forward to read the A Course on Miracles soon. Much love and hugs to you …Muahhhhhhhhh

  12. I allways knew it works.I’ve tried it in 2012, and I had some confirmations.It’s how I started to work and to travel in differnt countries, first in France(Paris), then in Africa (DR Congo, Uganda, Rwanda).After two years I came back in my country and I gived up to think like this unfortunately.But after a few years of depresion I took this book in my hands (From gratitude to money), and It’a miracle.Unbeliveble, but I am so happy again.I sold an appartment, I am on my way to buy two appartments.It works.PS: I will found a company to provide IT solutions at hight level.Thanks Pam.

  13. Love this! There is an article from an old National Geographic Magazine I keep in the nightstand next to my bed. Written by Dan Buettner about happiness in different cultures. I would be happy to make a copy of it for you if you haven’t already read it. He even has an “Atlas of Happiness”! It is right up your alley!

    Sent from my iPhone

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