Forget your wallet! What’s in your belief system?

“Your personal beliefs create realities. These beliefs are so powerful they either create expansive or entrapping realities over and over.”–Kuan Yin rhonda story

I am so blessed to get stories from readers of my books. And it is my great privilege to pass them along here on the blog.

Here are three that recently caught my attention:

1. “In my Spiritual Laws group, I shared more on your book E-Cubed. I had put out to the Universe “Checks are in the mail.” Below (or in this case above) is a picture of $1000 dollars worth of shopping cards we got in the mail 2 days ago.

2. “When I was in college, I got really sick. I was sick for 4 months and ended up in the hospital for 6 weeks. I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease. The day I got my diagnosis, I was a little dazed. I told my doctor and my mother, who were both in the room, that I wanted to take a shower. They both left the room so I could have some privacy. I stepped into the shower and I was expecting to cry. It was so bizarre, though. I can’t explain it and I’ve never told another person because I didn’t want people to think I was crazy.

“I got this wave that came over me. Something inside said that I was the same person I was yesterday before I was diagnosed. This disease wasn’t going to change that. I finished my shower and got back in the hospital bed. I decided that I didn’t want the disease and I didn’t accept it. That was 15 years ago. Shortly after my diagnosis, I stopped taking my pills. I have never once been sick since.

“My current doctor told me that he thinks I was misdiagnosed and doesn’t think there’s any reason for me to claim this diagnosis any more. I know I wasn’t misdiagnosed, though. I cured myself! I know it in my heart. I just never had a way to describe it before reading your books. I’ve conjured up tons of stuff in my life, but it wasn’t planned. I just inadvertently stumbled onto a connection with the FP. It’s just nice to have a better explanation of what was happening. So….thanks for writing your book. Thanks for explaining things no one else could. And thanks for giving me an outlet to finally tell my story. Something so magical needs to be shared with someone.”

3. “I’ve been practicing tapping into the Universe and all it has to offer and telling my son and husband about it.

“I am in the middle of revamping our school curriculum (homeschooler) and since my son loves gaming and wants to become a Game Tester (Quality Assurance Systems Engineer), I thought we’d better see what he needs to do in order to become one. So last week we scoured through job descriptions, requirements, etc. and on 4/24/16, I wrote a course description for it. The next day my son comes running to me to tell me he was selected to test a game before it is released. I said that’s how the Universe works. You put it out there and it works out the rest.

“On the morning of 4/28/16 before my son wakes up, I’m thinking this is so great, it would be nice if he was doing this on a consistent basis and I let the thought go. Later that morning my son comes to me again with a look of astonishment saying “Mom, I’m sorry I didn’t tell you earlier but I was offered to test the beta games permanently. Can you believe that?!” I said that’s how the Universe works. Awesome huh?! Needless to say he’s super excited.”

Awesome indeed! Thanks everybody for all your great stories. I love each and every one of you to the moon and back.

Pam Grout is the author of 18 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the about to be released, Thank and Grow Rich: a 30-day Experiment in Shameless

I know you are. But what am I? A theory on manifestation

“Get yourself in alignment with the quantum field and you’ll beam like the sun.”—Russell Brand


This is a post for anyone who has ever asked? “Why does everybody else get all the goodies. Where’s MY manifestation?”

My first answer is usually this. Get on the joy and gratitude frequency. When your channels are open, life can’t help but rush in.

But here’s another theory. Since people have been asking.

I call it the pinball theory. And this video illustrates it perfectly.

Are your thoughts like geese, all flying in the same direction? Or are they more like a pinball machine?

Here’s the pinball in practice. You ask the universe for let’s say, a relationship. But then you start wondering if you’re really worthy and then there’s that last jerk to think about and well, what if this new person might see your cellulite and….

There is never reluctance by the universe to provide our good.

But first we’ve got to get all the geese flying in the same direction.

Pam Grout is the author of 18 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the about to be released, Thank and Grow Rich: a 30-day Experiment in Shameless Gratitude and Unabashed Joy

Manifesters who do too much

“She would think things so hard that they showed on her face.” –Amanda Palmer


I got an email the other day from a reader of one of my books. “Help,” she said, “I just can’t figure out what I’m doing wrong. I meditate every day. I’ve made at least three vision boards. Every morning, I make lists of positive aspects. I’ve got a focus wheel (These last two are practices recommended by Abraham-Hicks). And nothing is happening.”

I was exhausted just reading her email. And here’s what I told her after I took a few deep breaths: All of those practices are fabulous. I’m an avid fan of Abraham-Hicks myself.

And I also know how tempting it is to work hard, to try, try, try.

But when we “try so hard,” we negate Truth. We put up roadblocks to all the good that wants to manifest before our eyes. It’s as if we go brain dead and forget that all this “stuff” we’re trying to manifest is already ours. This is important to say again. Everything you’re trying to manifest is already yours. It’s sitting right there in your field of potentiality, twiddling its thumbs.

But because you’re on a different wave length (the wave length of I don’t have it, the frequency of I’d better get on my running shoes and move faster, try harder), it’s invisible to your eyeballs.

All of us are already living the life most extraordinary (on one of the FP’s channels), but because we’re focused on all we don’t have or on what we’re trying to get, it’s fuzzy and not something we can put our hands on. It’s surrounded by static.

Just like a filmmaker decides which of many objects his lens focuses upon, we get to decide if we want to zero in on the stuff in the foreground (what we have now) or if we’re prefer to shine our lens on something else. We’re the cameramen.

It’s important to remember that reality is never static or complete. It’s an unending process of movement and unfoldment. We choose what to unfold, what to put in our lens, where to point our viewfinder.

Pam Grout is the author of 18 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the about to be released, Thank and Grow Rich: a 30-day Experiment in Shameless Gratitude and Unabashed Joy

Kicking cancer in the nuts, a free trip to Hawaii and other miracle stories

“Plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance.”–Alan Watts


Joyous Friday, my friends!

As ya’ll know, I love sharing miracle stories. Here are a couple that recently showed up:

#1: “So, my head is still spinning from the aftermath of what happened this weekend. I recently finished E-squared, did the 9 experiments and was blown away at the results.

“I put it out there from my heart that I wanted to travel to Hawaii with my wife. We have been talking about it for eight or nine years.

“After finishing your book, I made the intention, put it out there to the energy field. Friday night at 7:23pm at Buffalo Wild Wings (cheat meal for me), our in-laws, who had no idea about any of this, invited us to go! I was awestruck.”

#2: “Just wanted to say something about giving up long held beliefs as fact. After participating in a friend’s self love webinar over a period of several weeks, I got to see a lot about how we hold on to various personal, cultural, national and international beliefs.

“I examined my own, and saw the power they have over me, over my life, and my body. For most of my life, since I was 11, I have had it that I am fat and overweight (yes, both!), and as a result I have dieted for most of my life.

“Just by giving up cultural, personal, national and international beliefs about dieting,  I have lost more than 30 pounds WITHOUT dieting! I didn’t ‘watch’ what I ate. I didn’t give a second thought about having a second helping. Basically, I ate what I wanted to eat, when I wanted to eat. Some may call it intuitive eating. When I wanted ‘unhealthy’ food I would have it. When I wanted cream with my cake, I would have it.

“What I have further noticed is how these beliefs can easily creep in… time to re-examine them and give them up again…”

#3: This last story came yesterday in a phone call. My friend, Annola, from my power posse was diagnosed with cancer last year. She was given three months to live. She freaked out for awhile and then decided, “hell, no! I’m not going to let some doctor tell me what’s going to happen in my life.” At yesterday’s appointment, her doctor, who has already been amazed and inspired and wondering what in the heck she’s smoking, declared her 100 percent cancer-free.

And lastly, because it IS Friday, here’s a fun Dance of Freedom video.

Have the best weekend of your life, my friends.


Empirical evidence is in the eyes of the beholder

“Just because something is rampant in your civilization doesn’t mean it has to express itself in your life.”–Abraham-Hicks

Despite what it says in the newspaper, despite what your mother told you, despite what society insists is rock solid truth, it’s important to remember Shakespeare’s adage, “Nothing is either good nor bad. Only thinking makes it so.”

Your thinking regulates what is allowed into your life experience and what boogies on over to the next guy. You get to decide. You have the final say.

And since my thinking believes in miracles, magic and moving right past the bouncer who says, “You can’t go in,” I hear stories like this each and every day.

1. “I’ve been reading E-Squared the past week. I was reading it in a coffee shop, and I decided to attempt to call out the FP. I noticed a man reading on the other side of the shop. I said “if all this is real, have this man look up and stare directly at me.”

“He didn’t. I didn’t loose the faith, just forgot about it and went about my day. Later, I was eating at a diner. Over the loud speaker came a song by an artist called St Vincent. The lyric goes “did you ever really stare at me….?”

“I thought that was funny and hadn’t heard the song in a while. I pay for my meal and as I enter into the street I start singing the song, “did you ever really stare at me?.” I take not but 5 steps until I’m met with the direct stare of the man from the coffee shop.”

2. “In summer 2014, I met a beautiful guy. He was absolutely amazing, he was funny, he was a musician and even though I was overweight and my confidence was big as a nail, he was kind to me and he treated me as a beautiful woman. I fell in love with him in one night. When we met again, he was acting like a jerk. But I was so in love with him that I gave him your book to read. And guess what? He started to change. Since we first met, he changed a lot. You changed my life and the life of my boyfriend from a womanizer to a kind, beautiful person.

“He told me to send you his thanks, too. And there is one more thing that I wanted to tell you. I lost 12 kilograms and found out I want to be a singer. I was fighting thoughts of not being worthy, but now I am taking classes, getting better and I have had three concerts.

3. “ I did this experiment 3 weeks ago. The night of the first 24 hours I decided I wanted to go to Japan (knowing that if I keep being positive it will come together). The next night I had stayed at my partners and we discussed what we wanted to do in Japan, where we wanted to stay and all that jazz. The next morning when I got home, my mum said, “I have a gift for you” and there it was–a Japanese hand fan (she knew nothing about the experiment or Japan). I knew in that moment that the field of potentiality was very real.‬‬”

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and its equally-scintillating sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

Why I’m getting naked about my desires

“Become committed—fully committed—to the experience of happiness.”—The Way of Mastery

I just created an LOA quiz for Good Vibe University. It’s a simple, four-part quiz to determine how adept you are at employing the law of attraction.

Jeannette Maw, the totally hip “school marm” who hosts this powerful law of attraction site, and I will be partying on the 19th so take the quiz beforehand (it’s sort of a no-brainer) and join us as we talk about the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge and why doing this with others is so much more fun.

In the meantime, I want to talk about innocence and vulnerability and one of the sidewalk cracks we stumble over when claiming the largesse of the universe.

I call it a sidewalk crack because it’s very subtle. There’s an underlying belief that we shouldn’t admit we want riches, joyous relationships, rewarding work. What if people think we’re selfish? What if we piss God off?

So we’re in conflict. We have desires, but we don’t want to admit them. We pinch them off. We hide them under the bed. Desire, after all, is a blot on the spiritual path. Isn’t it?

But what if desire IS the spiritual path, what if it’s the animating force that propels us forward, that effects beautiful transformation on the planet?

What if desire is actually God in action? And by suppressing our desires, we’re actually crippling God.

So I’d like to suggest that we surrender to the creative force that wells within us and begin to view our desires as wholly innocent, wholly pure, wholly….holy.

So yes, it might be scary to post your highest intention in the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge. It might be intimidating to admit you desire material comfort and creative expression and unending love. But if we don’t all come out of the closet about our desires, we risk thwarting the full potential of the universe, of God.

I’m read to undress. How about you?

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the just-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

What’s your biggest, baddest, boldest vision for 2015? #E3 Selfie Challenge

“What you believe to be possible will always come to pass – to the extent that you deem it possible. It really is as simple as that.” ― Anthon St. Maarten10865791_10204553979061768_1480909559492752099_o

So excited by all the E3 Selfies being posted to my Facebook page. I’m seeing everything from exciting new relationships to bestselling books to a green smoothie delivery business.

Here’s why this fun process is so powerful. When you focus on what you desire and only on what you desire, the universe figures out a way to make it come true. When you create a vision (like an E3 Selfie), you’ve started the ball rolling for its easy manifestation.

Our job as quantum effects animators has one simple step: Focus on what we want.

Notice our job DOES NOT include plans for HOW we’re going to get it, WHEN it’s going to come, or WHERE we’ll find it.

How, when and where are completely irrelevant.

Instead envision “the WHAT”—the end result. By starting at the end (the fruition of your dreams) and letting go, the universe can work its blessed magic. It really is that simple.

For those who missed it, here’s the post again about the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge.

“The rich substance of the universe is yours to do with as you wish.”—Catherine Ponder

Fans of E-Squared and E-Cubed know they draw into their lives whatever they focus upon. They know that by simply setting an intention and visualizing themselves doing, being or having something, that reality (one of many in the quantum playground) becomes animated in their life. That’s where the now-ubiquitous selfie comes in.

Simply snap a selfie of yourself (and a “bookie” of E-Cubed***) with whatever you want to manifest. Maybe it’s standing in front of your dream house or test driving a new Lamborghini. The bigger and more exciting your dream (Keep in mind Martin Luther King Jr. didn’t say “I have a goal.”), the better your chances of winning cool prizes.

Did someone say prizes? By tagging your E3 selfies to Pam Grout’s fan page (, you’ll be entered to win all sorts of free prizes from tickets to Hay House’s 2015 I Can Do It! conferences to an all-expenses paid travel gig with Pam Grout.

There’s more. Wait for it!!! Perhaps the best prize are the 20 DonorsChoose gift cards that will be given out to support your favorite charity. It’s one thing to manifest a pair of diamond earrings, something several readers of E-Squared reported, but whilst tuning in to this happy, abundant frequency, it’s also possible to make the world a better place. The E3 Selfie Challenge will do just that.

Prizes (25 in total) will be rewarded to the most creative selfies, to the selfies that first duplicate themselves in reality and to the selfie with the biggest and highest vision for world change.

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the just-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

Everything you could ever want is present in this now moment.

“If you can’t be present right now, nothing new is ever going to happen to you.”—Richard Rohr

Had a great time with the penguins at 21C Hotel in Bentonville, Arkansas. Got back just in time to attend an Ugly Christmas sweater party and, of course, my Sunday power posse.

We were talking this morning about thoughts, about where they come from (does anyone really know?) and the importance of being in the present moment. Frank made the observation that when he was busy fretting about something that happened yesterday or worrying about a bill coming due tomorrow, Jesus could walk by, glowing and everything, and he’d never even notice.

I also got a kick out of a couple manifestation stories shared by members. Especially in light of the fact that we’re fast approaching the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge with, yes, lots of cool prizes. All three of these manifestations happened in airports.

I got an email the other day from a guy who was reading E-Cubed. Since the time he was 5, he loved astronauts and space flight. He always dreamed of someday meeting an astronaut. He said that while “playing” with the experiments in E-Cubed, his wife gifted him with a book by astronaut Chris Hadfield. He said he was in tears reading the book, thinking, “This guy and I could have been brothers.”

Well, guess who he meets a few days later at the airport?

The one and only…..Commander Chris Hadfield.

Mary Kay, from the posse, was in the Minneapolis airport yesterday and not only did the song, “Tears of a Clown” come to her mind, a song with a special memory, but she bumped into Smokey Robinson who she’d always loved and wanted to meet. He even gave her a big hug.

The last airport/manifestation story, shared by Cindy from the posse, revolved around a friend who was joking that he’d like to meet a porn star.

Only half serious (or maybe not), he just “happens” to sit next to one on the plane, one that even showed him her website.

The point is this: Your thoughts are a form of energy, broadcasting your dreams and desires out into the universe.

Might as well pay attention, be in the now moment and take it all in.

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the just-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

I have an insane belief in my own ability to manifest things.”–@JimCarrey

“If you wish to understand the Universe, think of energy, frequency and vibration.”—Nikola Tesla

A quick rerun for those new subscribers:

In E-Squared, when introducing the Abracadabra Principle (Whatever I focus on expands), I mentioned that Jim Carrey wrote himself a $10 million check (for acting services rendered) long before he ever made a movie.

I just discovered (check out the video at the end of this post) that he also used to go to Mulholland Drive every night and visualize directors wanting his services. As he jokes in the video, bookstores should probably rename the self-help section “The Jim Carrey” wing.

As he says, not one thing has ever been created without intention.


Pam Grout is the author of 16 books including the recently released, E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality.

Today’s weather forecast: an ongoing avalanche of miracles and blessings

“Are you the kind that sees signs, that sees miracles? Or, look at the question this way: Is it possible that there are no coincidences?”
― M. Night Shyamalan

I’ve heard we teach what we want to know. Well, I’d hardly call myself a teacher. More like a never-ending student who likes to share her toys with others

But one thing I’m learning is that magic (or what we like to think of as magic) shows up as consistently as the postman once we’re open enough to let it in.

And while I’ve known that precious piece of info for some time, I get confirmation day after day as people send me their stories of doing the experiments in E-Squared. Here’s one I love that showed up last week:

Leslie Strom, who gave me permission to share this, was trying the Dude Abides Experiment, the one where you ask the Big Guy for a clear, unmistakable sign.

Here’s her lab report sheet—straight from the email she sent me:

Hour 12/48: Sunday morning, drove to Starbucks downtown Tacoma. Every stall was full of museum-goers’ cars. A car pulled out, I pulled in, and it was exactly in front of the door. Could not have been more perfect. I took it as a sign, and then requested another gift, something bigger.

Hour 39/48: Monday morning, drove to Starbucks Old Town Tacoma. Before I got out of the car, I checked my email on my phone. A company wants me to do all their HR forms exclusively. Our sales guy doesn’t know where the lead came from. I phone them. It’s a giant bucket of potential work. New business isn’t unexpected and potential isn’t a gift, really. So I asked for another gift, even more unmistakable.

Hour 42/48: Went home via 6th Avenue. Passed the Artco store, thought I’d run in to see if they carry watercolor postcard paper. Looking for art supplies, I stop cold. In the wall decorations section of the store, on an end cap, is a whimsical large sign in a vintage script that said:


Imagine standing in a crafts store full of purple glittery holiday stuff, thinking, “I still want another sign since I’m not sure those other things were actual signs,” and seeing this:

Exp 1 sign

Pam Grout is the author of 16 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality.