Diving into the quantum playground

“When one is still and listens, one begins to be in touch with a mysterious element that is within each of us, which can transform and shape us and can help to transform the world.” — William Segal

So I’m participating in this Qi Gong experience for the next two weeks. There are 175 of us from 15 countries. It feels holy, as if, together, we are creating a field of healing, of peace and and of love.

We’re going beyond the Newtonian realm of form and hooking into the unseen.

As Cynthia Li, a San Francisco M.D., said in our opening session, “We’re not defying nature’s laws. We’re tapping into higher laws.”   

Qi (sometimes written as “chi”) is basically a synonym for the energy I talk about in E-Squared. It’s invisible, therefore making it a little harder to trust for some folks, but in Qigong, we tap into both the visible, earthly dimensions of energy and the formless subtle dimensions that form the blueprint of our lives.

Most of us, of course, use blueprints we downloaded from our parents, from our culture. That wouldn’t be so bad except most of it focuses on limitations, on scarcity, on what we can’t do. Qi focuses on what we can.

The energy field Qi Gong taps into is an embodied energy that opens us up to what scientists call Dark Matter and Dark Energy. I know dark sounds well, kinda dark. But it’s really just the 96 percent of the universe that we can’t see. Astronomers know it’s there based on its gravitational influence on the four percent we can see: all the stars, planets and galaxies.

They can confirm its existence using computer models, but they still, 40 years later, can’t figure out what it actually is or what it’s made of. All they really know is there’s an invisible force that affects the velocities of stars and other phenomena in the universe. As science writer Richard Panek explains, “It’s on a cosmic scale so weird astronomers couldn’t even believe it at first.”

Well I, for one, believe it, tend to call it “The Dude” and plan to spend the rest of my earthly life tapping into its miraculous properties. As yet another scientist, Albert Einstein, said, “I only want to know God’s thoughts. The rest is just details.”

Speaking of details, applications for the 2021 grant of Taz Grout’s 222 Foundation will be accepted through December 31. If you or someone you know has a big idea that can change the consciousness of the world, send it to taz.grout.222.foundation@gmail.com.

Pam Grout is the author of 20 books including E-Squared, E-Cubed, Thank & Grow Rich and her latest book, The Course in Miracles Experiment: A Starter Kit for Rewiring Your Mind (And Therefore Your World) has been turned into an app.

14 Comments on “Diving into the quantum playground”

  1. As a qigong practitioner for many years now, I can attest to the benefits of ‘tapping into’ the energy field. When your chi is strong, it is palpable and practicing in a group creates an even stronger chi field. Enjoy the experience, it’s an amazing practice!

  2. Hi Pam – I hope you share more about your qigong experience. You write so eloquently and clearly about energy. Very lovely, exciting, and helpful. Since you mention Cynthia Li, I’m guessing you are working with Mingtong Gu. I’ve had very powerful experiences at his retreats. All blessings to you, and all of life.

  3. Hi Pam, I love your books and posts, and am thrilled you are joining the big Qigong family! And if you are working with Master Mingtong you will have a wonderful experience! ❤️

  4. Ugh Pam, I’m getting frustrated that my comments won’t post, I will work on this soon! Anyway, I’m with you all the way on this adventure of tapping into the Dude! Much love always and GREAT post and quote and love that you are joining this super cool group! Big hugs! Also let know how I can donate to 222. xx Anna Marie Enea choosetotalwellness.org 650 533-4400 mobile

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  5. I would be so interested to hear more about your experience with Qigong. I enjoy all of your posts. Also, just a side note but since I read E-cubed a couple of months ago I see 222 so often it has become almost comical. Big hugs!

  6. I want to know Gods’ thoughts too Pam. I try to connect in the silence each day❤ thank you for sharing your journey with us.

  7. You are my hero my friend my soulmate my sister you make me more of who I am because of you thank you for your miraculous words of wisdom Love & Faith may you continue to write from here and Beyond I love you dearly.
    Nancy kellis

  8. THANK YOU, I did not know what “dark matter” “dark energy” was when scientists talked about it. Now it all makes sense. Love your messages.

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