“To be empowered—to be free, to be unlimited, to be creative, to be genius, to be divine—that is who you really are.”—Joe Dispenza

So I’m back from Mexico after a month of mountain hikes, glorious mighty companions (that’s what we Course students call each other) and lots of fresh air, fresh food and fresh ideas.

In my absence, my garden beds have been starring in their own reality show, “Plants gone wild.” Nothing makes me happier than seeing what nature does when left to its own devices.

As I’ve been weeding and taming and wrestling the plants back into their borders, I got to thinking how reality, too, can get out of control. Especially when we leave the country of who we really are. When we supersede the love we were born from and still essentially ARE with cultural narratives, media hysteria and emotional attachments.

As I repeat, ad infinitum, the reality we see is nothing but a mental projection resulting from a conglomeration of our beliefs, thoughts and history.

What we see and experience is a real time neurological interface with particles and waves that we have condensed down to matter with old programming. Even though, in the quantum world, we are completely new and different than we were one millionth of a second before.

So my focus right now is returning to proto-Pam, the true Self before the beliefs and programming and what my friend, Jay, calls societal implants were installed.  

Every morning, I go out and lay in my backyard, flat on the ground, connecting with who I really am before Newtonian paradigms and 65 years of history took over.

It’s actually quite beautiful. I find nothing but love and light. Hope you’ll go outside today, feel the truth and join me in returning the world back to its original creation. #222 Forever.

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) that has just been turned into an app. Badass ACIM (badass-acim.com)

23 Responses

  1. Welcome Home, Pam!
    Great blogpost as always. So much going on, out in the world, including my own daughter’s drama. But in my very own little bubble, doing my best to keep my focus on all the good. Your words always, always, always help with that.
    xox

    1. Hey, thanks! So glad my words help in whatever small way they help. Sending you light, as always. To your beautiful corner of Colorado.

  2. Dear Pam! My reality really got out of control yesterday. Your words as always are the soothing remedy. Keep being a torch of light. Love you ❤️

    1. I’ve always wanted to be a torch of light. So thanks! And don’t worry–all of our realities get out of control from time to time.

  3. Thank-you Pam
    You teach me with each email. As a self-help Junkie, I know I must every day do my walking meditation, remember to take a deep breathe, remember all that I have learned from many wonderful writers, like yourself, my hero Dr. Dyer, etc.
    i just walked into my house after a phone call that I was able to say No, I will not do that. I got a slew of reasons why I should say yes to their request. I know I did to want to be involved in this. How liberating to be able to know my boundaries.
    It has taken constant reading, practising, learning to say, No, or at times to say Yes, when it feels what I want to do.
    Thank-you for reminding me that it takes moment by moment awareness to remain sane, or happy, or present, or hopeful.
    Each morning no matter what else I am dealing with, I know to say Thank-you. I am upright walking my dog, using my morning talk with the mystery aka the dude. God/god, Ralph. The mystery and I walk each morning. Today 4 baby foxes came very close to me and my husky dog. They showed no fear. My dog looked at them, he is 14, all went well, we went on our merry way, and I said Thank-you. You Pam are a true example of not whining.
    Marianne

  4. Good morning Proto-Pam 😁 Thanks again for an inspiring and uplifting post. I love the quote from Dr Joe Dispenza, I love that gorgeous artwork, and I love the idea of returning ourselves to who we really are- our true selves – before programming etc took over. The garden analogy is also a very good one. And if our outer world is a reflection of our inner one, then I have a lot of inner weeding to do!! 😬🤣😁
    Blessings galore to you from Proto-Jen 😁💃🦋

  5. Welcome back, Pam! And thanks for sharing your unique and inspiring “neurological interface “!!!
    Great post ❤️🙂 as always

  6. YES!!! Such a blessing to be grounded by my bare feet walking on the earth. It’s raining here today. I ate my breakfast sitting under an umbrella outside listening and appreciating. <3 Long time listener (well 2 months) First time poster. hmmm? I was turned on to you Pam by a guy I met while I was doing chalk art on the bike path in my new hometown. He told me about Thank and Grow Rich! YES! You are just my kind of person!

  7. Joining you Pam in returning the world back to its original creation for my precious Grandchildren and the rest of humanity💖

  8. How I love you!!!! Thank you for the gift of your voice. The reminder to ground, and connecting to LOVE.
    Shine On sister,
    Gratitude,
    Kate

  9. Dear dear Pam 🦋💝🪶
    Thank You for this wonderful post 🦋🪶🦋
    And truly amazing artworkn💝
    I also try to get back to my core, the common beingness 💝🦋💝
    The Proto-God-Particles💝
    Thank you thank you 🦋🦋🦋
    #222forever 🦋🪶🦋
    With Love, Teija and Pelonteet.
    Ps. I published my first book. Only in Finnish though at the moment 😅💝🦋🥰

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