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Let freedom ring

“Wonder, amazement, peace, stillness had always been available…they were simply clouded over by my believing thoughts.”—Gail Brenner

Today, in my country, we’re celebrating what we call Independence Day. It’s a noble notion—being free.

But I happen to notice a lot of us aren’t. Not really. We’re trapped inside a web of thoughts and beliefs. We’re stuck inside our heads, using those thoughts and beliefs to pull the noose even tighter.

But freedom is possible. Once we let go of our continuing focus on “problem management.”

True freedom comes from knowing who you really are. Recognizing that you are SO MUCH more than the limited and separate person staring back at you from the mirror.

Your true identity is life itself. You are an infinite being. But instead of using your incredible energetic gift to create, imagine and celebrate, you lock it away inside a tiny, tiny box called “problem management.”

Granted, there are a lot of forces out there telling you you’re not whole, that preach separation and limits. But if you really look, you can’t help but notice that those forces have an agenda that normally has to do with marketing. They want to sell you something that requires you to believe you’re lacking in some way.

The more space we create inside ourselves, the more we empty out old, no-longer working thought systems, the more new things will be free to arise. The energy of life that pours through each of us is rife with infinite possibility.

On this Independence Day, I declare freedom from all constricting belief systems that would suggest I’m separate, that I’m not enough, that I’m anything but light and love and life itself.

Happy Fourth, my beautiful, amazing friends.

We are free. Always free. Except for what we’re thinking and believing.

#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)

24 Responses

  1. Beautifully written! I wish all of us who have ever been made to feel “less than” would realize that we are so much more than the self limiting thoughts that we have let invade our hearts and souls.

  2. So excellent. Thank you for all your hard work and wonderful messages! xxoo

  3. Love this message, and as always, perfect timing on what I needed to hear. Happy Freedom!!!

  4. Amen sister! Happy Independence-from-limiting-beliefs Day Pam!! In fact that’s what I can celebrate on the 4th of July here in Australia- my own special Independence Day – seeing the 4th of July doesn’t mean anything special in good old Aus. (Except for my brother who got married on this day 40 plus years ago 😄) Anyway, I love the idea of declaring freedom from anything that limits us, says we’re not good enough, separates us from each other, or from the joyful light within each of us just awaiting our awareness and willingness to shine brightly. Yes we are already free – we just have to know it and feel it to be true and act as if it is true to then see it become our realty. Yes! Thank you dear Pam. Enjoy celebrating your eternal freedom. 🥳💖🎉

  5. Great message! Thanks to you I am working on a project to help reduce the polarization in America today. We could use some help

  6. Thank you Pam for affirming the truth about us all! Love your work & so grateful to have found you, bless you xxx

  7. Love it! “The more space we create inside ourselves, the more we empty out old, no-longer working thought systems, the more new things will be free to arise. The energy of life that pours through each of us is rife with infinite possibility.” I´m working hard to create that space, it´s a daily task 🤣

  8. I was listening to a Neville audio book the other day and the author told the story of a middle-aged woman who was alone, out of work and so financially strapped she saw no possible solution.

    Then she remembered an event from long ago in her life when she felt wonderful.

    She decided to re-capture that feeling on a regular basis, and went to sleep for several nights thinking: “Something Wonderful is Happening!”

    And something wonderful did.

  9. Pam, I am so grateful for your wisdom, your humor, your wonderful way with words. Thank you for being such an inspiration and a wonderful part of my life.

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