“You have an option in every moment to look around and see survival or look around and see life. You’ll be right either way.”—Kerri Lake

Today is the day we here in America celebrate our freedom. I’m aware that some of us aren’t exactly feeling it, so I thought I’d take this opportunity to remind myself (and anyone who happens to read along) that true freedom lies, 100 percent of the time, in my mind.

No one can take that away. No one else can make me feel unsafe or less than. No one else can make me worry. And I remind myself that clarity never shows up in anger or distress and that my thoughts do not have the power to hold onto me. I’m the only one who can hold onto my thoughts.

So today I celebrate the liberty of letting my thoughts go and resting in peace, freedom and trust.

I also want to give you a head’s up that on September 18 (put this on your calendar now!!!), Karen Drucker, Greg Tamblyn and a bunch of other musicians are throwing a big benefit concert for the Taz Grout 222 Foundation that is actively working to change the consciousness of the planet. It’s Sunday afternoon at the Unity Temple in Kansas City. I’ll be saying a few words (although everyone who participated in the recent Magical Mystery Manifestation Adventure knows that nothing lifts your vibe like Karen’s music) and well, it’s going to be a rollicking good time. As I’ve been known to promise, “All Heaven is Going to Break Loose.”

Have a groovy 4th everyone. Make it the best one of your life. #222 Forever

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

17 Responses

  1. Perfect post for me today, dear Pam. Thanks! Will the September 18 event be livestreamed? Would love to buy a ticket. Great cause and great performers. Xoxoxo

  2. WOW thank you for reaching out with this post! I was lifted for sure!!!
    So happy for the concert in Sept! As a fellow musician if I was there I would def have loved to contribute.
    With so much Love,
    Kate

  3. I’m not sure my post showed up so will send again!
    Love you, thank you, lifted me , inspired me…Thank you!
    As a fellow musician if I was in your area I would have loved to contribute!
    In Love,
    Kate

  4. Another incredible post; thank you so much, Pam, for spreading this much-needed message. Yes, through Awareness, we are free to choose our attitude and our mood in every moment and, thereby, attract to us the good that we seek. Choose wisely. Happy Fourth of July! 🙏

  5. Me too! Just what I needed to hear today. As always, it’s the perfect post at the perfect time.
    Sending love! ❤️💙❤️💙 Happy 4th everyone!

  6. Yes to the freedom in letting our thoughts go and resting in peace, freedom and trust. Amen sister! 😁🥳🎉 I’m also looking forward to September 18th. How do those of us who are not in the USA attend the concert? Will there be a way to join in via zoom or something? Anyway, big blessings for the concert and thanks as always for your inspiring posts Pam. Love from Australia ❤️🇦🇺💃🎶🎈

  7. Ah well a nice sentiment that in my mind I’m 100per cent free, when it’s my mind that is the jailer. Some people with disease like BPD, are even more trapped by the mind, let it go, I think true freedom can only be achieved when we let go of mind, let go of manifesting and just be. For 70years almost, when I look back freedom in the mind was never an option, the quote from Abraham Hicks is flawed, I remember one of their first books was how to survive when the world was supposed to come crashing down, apparently they got it wrong then, and Pam, you often talk about the ego, the mind made self, its a phantom, but it still gains our attention. As Mickey Singer suggest, tell it…. NOT LISTENING

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