“When we remain in our heads, we are exiled to a realm that cannot feel the world’s intimacy or its harmony.”—Philip Shepherd

I had a wonderful conversation today with a pair of Unity ministers who also happen to be here in Mexico. We were talking about the invisible revolution that’s underway across the planet, how people are becoming more and more aware of things to which they were previously blind.

Exciting things are happening all around us, but we’re so busy following fixed assumptions, looking for answers in the silo of our heads that we completely miss them. When we confine ourselves to the thoughts that spin in our minds, we dull the vitality and vibrancy of life.

Being here in the jungle makes it easy to feel the aliveness, the connection with the trees, the birds, the mountains, the sky. I’m living in what I frequently call possibility state (as opposed to problem state which is what happens when we try to figure out things from the limited perspective of our thoughts).

Life effortlessly unrolls before me, moment by moment, bringing fascinating people, conversations, beauty, music.

My breakfast companions and I also discussed that, despite what we think, things are never fixed. Things we call “facts” are simply energetic fields that we have created out of our beliefs. These “facts,” these energetic frequencies are not solid or stable. They can be changed.

For example, we were talking about the field of a human body. It is widely believed that human bodies (which, of course, aren’t even who we really are) are destined to deteriorate. Doctors look for that. Everyone expects that. We’ve longed believed it to an unalterable fact.

But it is only an energetic field, a moving, pliable, moldable field. We silly, all-powerful humanoids have created a whole world of energetic fields made from erroneous, limited beliefs.

But these fields, these “facts” are malleable. At any time, we can be in a new experience. We can create a new resonant field.

That’s it for now, mis amigos! I love you and I am so honored to be here in this resonant field of possibility with all of you. Have the most stupendous, the most loving, the most exciting weekend 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).

49 Responses

  1. As always your messages are so a propos! I’ve begun to take A Course in Miracles and I’m experiencing life in a different way now. Thank you! May the IS be with you 🤗

  2. It is a pleasure and a delight to read you, Pam. You are 1000% right. Please keep writing and sharing your wonderful thoughts with us! Sending lots of love 🙂

  3. Hi Pam and Joy unititers. 😊 My question is where to start when you have hurt feelings from the past. It is easy to say let go!! I have been trying in so many ways and learning so much but a year later the feelings are there and some days very strong Any advice or words of wisdom?
    S

    1. I suggest using the two magic words: It’s okay! When we try really, really hard to let go, the feelings stick around. I suggest letting them be. Don’t judge them. Just notice them.

  4. What an awesome post, Pam! My resonant field is ready and resonating with this! Please continue to write more on this! And have a Margarita for me! 💥✍️💥

  5. Pam I am incredibly inspired by your work and am so grateful to have found you! I’ve been listening to The Course in Miracles Experiment via the Hay House audio app and I LOVE IT!!!! Love love love. I’m going to have to get an actual copy because I need to refer to it regularly! I’m two years sober TODAY and things only get better. The Dude Abides….
    Love and Miracles,
    Andrea

  6. Omg it’s such a relief to know that there are people out there who “get it” especially now in this most restrictive corrupt time. Thank you. 🥰🙏🏼

  7. Kia ora Pam – my name is Olly Te Hata Ohlson from Aotearoa New Zealand. I am a Tohunga Mauri Hauora and I love your books especially Thank and Grow Rich – I’ve read Napoleon Hill’s book too! I teach ancient Maori Philosophy which is along the lines you and others like Deepak Chopra, Joe Dispenza, Bruce Lipton and Gregg Braden etc…write about. I was taught by my elders as I was growing up. Our beliefs were made illegal under an Act of Parliament passed in the house called the Tohunga Suppression Act 1907-1962. During that time period Christianity moved in and a few of my people took the ancient teachings under ground. It’s all about the power of thoughts driven by feelings of the heart. I just want to acknowledge you and your wonderfully uplifting material. Kia kaha – stay strong! I don’t have a website.

    1. Kia ora, Olly! I am deeply honored to hear from you. I am so happy beliefs that were long suppressed are making their way back to into general consciousness. Keep up the great work! Kia Kaha to you, too!!!

  8. Oh YES Pam!! This is the Perfect Post for me today!! Thankyou for all you think, write, do and share with us. I’m so grateful for your posts and for YOU Pam. From one moldable, malleable, energetic field to another – May blessings galore surround you and fill you with endless joy. With lots of love from Melbourne to Mexico dear Pam. 💛🥳🎈💃❤️😘

  9. Dear dear Pam,
    I love this as always I do all your Messages 😍🤩💝
    But indeed – I am signin’ up for to be a True Agent – Of Joy 💝🤩😍😍😍🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻
    With Pure Love, as always, Teija 🍁🌹🌸🌻🌞

  10. Poetry; beautiful word-smithing of truth. Thank you Pam, that post felt deep within. Love and hedgehogs always, Seainin xxxxx

  11. I love part about there is an invisible revolution that’s underway across the planet, how people are becoming more and more aware of things to which they were previously blind. I would love to hear more of your thoughts on that! The energy field is so much more visible now. I wonder how many more are seeing it but are afraid to share. It’s all around us! We are surrounded by a great cloud of witnesses! Everything around us is alive. My world has been rocked. Thank you, Pam for all of your inspiration. I enjoy every word.

  12. Thank you Pam. I am so grateful for your “presence” in my life. Your words have gotten me through some ‘challenging’ times that I have created out of my own thoughts.

    1. You said it SO WELL! We all have a tendency to create challenging times from our thoughts. But we’re letting those thoughts dissipate into the native nothingness into which they came.

  13. PG – You are the present in my presence. Keep on keeping on, Sister!
    Much love from a Peace Loving Hippie in Western PA.

  14. Loved this Pam! Will you be doing any retreats? Would LOVE to chit chat with like minded peeps 😁

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