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If you only knew

“I feel nothing but deep gratitude to be part of this whole cosmic mess.”—Nick Cave

One of my possibility posses is currently running a month-long experiment. The question we’ve posed is this: “What would life be like if we knew just how deeply loved and forgiven and taken care of we really are?”

If we knew this fact beyond a shadow of a doubt, how would we approach each day?

With nothing to fear or worry over or question, the only reasonable expenditure of time would be to just stop and enjoy everything this astonishingly beautiful world has to offer.

The only reason life so often seems the polar opposite of our “hypothesis” is because we’ve been programmed to believe the polar opposite. From the time we’re born, we’ve been trained into a life story that tells us we are each a separate self, competing with all the other separate selves in a world that’s dominated by scarcity.

And, unfortunately, the brain is partial to its old patterns and familiar pathways and goes out looking for things to affirm them.

Which is why I continue to share miracles stories, to keep reminding myself and others of things that aren’t rational or “normal” or conform to what we’ve been taught.

Here are three I heard last week:

  1. Eighteen years ago, when he was 21, “Joe” was diagnosed with testicular cancer. He was given a few months to live. Doctors wanted him to immediately begin chemo. He said, “no.” Rather than put “that poison” as he called it, into his body, he proclaimed he was healthy and free. That, he said, was his divine right as a perfect child of God. Well, guess where “Joe” was when he shared this story nearly two decades later? Hiking the Appalachian trail.
  2. The second story is from a woman who had attended a Zoom pop-up possibility posse back in 2022. At the time, she had just been admitted into a long covid clinic in Montana where she was told her lung function was 50 percent. She was having to move back to her mom’s home in Minnesota. Well, when she wrote to me last week, she was currently in the Caribbean island of Dominica, having a blast and getting ready to travel to Peru.
  3. Lastly is a story from a woman who had read the first version of E-Squared. While doing the Volkswagen Jetta experiment, she skipped right over yellow cars and butterflies and decided to look for luxury BMW X’s. Sure enough, she spotted many during the 48-hour experiment, but within a few weeks, she was also presented with “an offer she couldn’t refuse” to see one every day in her own garage. Yes, she now owns a BMW X.

So friends, I ask you today–what would your life be like if you threw aside the limited narrative your brain keeps weaving? What if you knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that you were deeply, deeply loved, 100 percent safe and always being looked after?

Why not ditch the old stories and find out!

#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)

40 Responses

  1. Thanks Pam, As always your words uplift and inspire. Today your story about the guy who chose to skip the poison and trust his mind and body to heal his cancer rang home for me. I quit chemo 3 weeks ago and love that I am attracting stories to validate my choice. I know I got this and just want to let you know you are one of my favorite writers and teachers. Thanks for sharing your journey and experiences so freely. You have helped me grow. Lots of Love
    Light and gratitude sent your way. Donna

  2. Dear dear Pam. 🦋💝🦋
    Truly, if we Only knew. And hey, we can learn to know! There’s abundance right here right now 💝🦋💝🦋😍🦋
    Thank You, Pure Love and greetings from Finland 🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋
    Teija and Pelonteet 🦋💝🦋

  3. Dear Pan, I did these experiments when I lived in a mobile home in El Cajon, CA. I was blown away.

    I grew up in a conservative Christian church. Even when I was a kid, I didn’t believe everything the minister said. Hell and damnation was too scary for a loving God to do to his children. When I attended ACIM, I released most of the negative behavior patterns I learned when a child. I let go of anger and judgment. Now when I judge someone, I say out loud “Judgment you returned. I banish you to go back to nowhere.” I find it so much easier to live without anger. That was a bad habit. I find it easier to live in my skin without anger.

    1. I have also followed the Course for some time, and can relate to the ideas of letting go of anger and judgement. From there it is much easier to experience joy. This has been such a profound thing for me, experiencing it.

  4. This one I was supposed to read today! I am not going to have tinnitus, am believing it is gone! I so wanted to talk to you about this. I actually wrote on Facebook feed that I am going to manifest you to meet.This is a good meeting as I wanted your feedback on my tinnitus and healing!

  5. Thanks go out to my Purple December Sister Penne Ard for sharing this article with me – I’ll find out tomorrow about Chemo for my “medical issue” and everyone who knows tells me “JUST DO WHAT THE DOCTORS SAY AND YOU WILL BE FINE….” But I don’t want to put chemo poison in my otherwise pretty healthy almost 63 yr old body and kill of the GOOD BODY PARTS just to kill a lump / mass – so thanks for the miracle stories in this post and I AM HEALTHY AND “C” FREE AND IN PERFECT HEALTH –

  6. Yeah!! Ditch the old stories!! Believe in the ‘impossible’ and live as though the ‘new story’ Is true. I can imagine my life would be very different if I believed I was always taken care of and deeply loved. So thanks Pam – I’m going to do your experiment for a month too! I’m already excited! 😁💃🥳

  7. I love this.So many possibilities open up when we put our desires out there, believe in them and then trust. Thanks as always Pam for your wisdom and inspiration. ❤️🙏

  8. I read your wonderful post/blog as soon as I woke after a very strange weekend with old friends. How is it that you ALWAYS seem to know exactly what what I need to hear at exactly the right moment? Pam,I truly love you, and love your posts! AND I just so happen to be a Nick Cave fan especially his song ‘Bring it on!!’ You are such a beautiful guiding light for the world, thank you so much for every single post/blog book, video you have shared with us, the world is such a better place because of you! 😍🙏♥️

  9. You’re wisdom makes me smile!! When I see an email from you I’m so excited because I know it’s going to be amazing! 😎🌈🌿🦋
    Lizzie Pease

  10. First of all I have read most of your books, including Does God have Bad Hair Days, or close to that name. It was a long time ago, but E Squared got me thinking many years ago, when it first came out. I love your teaching, but the way you make it so easy for us to understand and say, “yes, I can do that too”. I just got done reading The Dream, The Journey, Eternity and God, by Sara Landon, and her other book The Wisdom of the Council. Both are awesome. When I got done I realized the Council says the exact same thing you have been teaching for years. So I got the E Squared back out to do the experiments again. It’s going to be fun, because I have more insight into who I really am. Thank you so much for guiding so many of us, and we all shine our lights so bright for the world.

  11. I believe the Oneness we share is our guiding light found in every person’s soul and expressed in our daily lives. Thank you Pam for sharing the facts and the Truth about who we are and can be.

      1. I believe, more specifically, we are sharing what your book and you so insightfully inspire. We are sharing our loving, self creating personal power, authority and moments of genius. We are sharing perfection perfecting. We are sharing our expanding awareness and our diversifying adaptabilities. We are sharing our infinite capacity to learn as an outcome of our willingness to invest time and energy in what we are doing, saying and thinking, moment to moment, multiplied by the square of our continually changing awareness in time, space and form. Infinite learning = energy (awareness) squared.

  12. Thank you Pam, it has taken quite a few stories to undo what has been a “map” for most of my life. And many of these stories, directly or indirectly come from you, and the authors you quote — until one day it just feels different. My deep gratitude to all your reminders, enthusiasm and joy, you are offering the most important service to us.

  13. Thank you Pam, You books have spoke to me for years. I found God Doesn’t Have Bad Hair Days years ago in a Marshall’s store.
    I absolutely loved it. Tear the page out, lol.
    I am rereading E2.
    You make me happy, one day maybe I can manifest meeting you.
    Enjoy, Toni

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