Today I will invoke my super power of love

1 b“God says yes,
we can have what we want,
because love wins.”
― Rob Bell

When my daughter, an avid Harry Potter fan, was in grade school, she and her friend Kylie ran around waving their pretend wands, casting spells and shouting phrases such as “Ascendio” and “Obliviate.”

While I don’t have a wand, I do believe in invoking the power of love. It works better than any potion or charm taught at Hogwarts.

ACIM Lesson 83 basically says, “Ya’ got one function and it’s the only thing that’ll ever make you happy.”

Choose love. Choose love.

And any time its opposite rears its illusory head, just reach for your super power of love and know NOTHING, NOTHING can ever defeat it.

That’s the guarantee of the Course. Love will always win.

Pam Grout is the author of 19 books including E-Squared, E-Cubed, Thank & Grow Rich and her new book, Art & Soul,Reloaded: A Year-Long Apprenticeship to Summon the Muses and Ignite Your Daring, Audacious, Creative Side.

Every day should be devoted to miracles

“You’re here and you’re breathing and you get to take part in the ongoing creation of the world.”—Rob Bell
lesson 17
My self-created job title is fielder of miracles. Although I don’t have a catcher’s mitt, I do have a very capable in-box that works even better. Ever since writing E-Squared, people have been lobbing really cool miracles stories my way….

…proving Lesson 17:

I see no neutral things.

This lesson delves further into a spiritual law that’s as reliable as gravity. You magnetize into your life whatever those non-neutral thoughts focus upon.

As it says right up front, this lesson is another step in identifying cause and effect as it operates in the world. And with that, I’ll put you in the capable hands of my inbox:

Message #1: Dear Pam: I wrote last fall to tell you about a mind-blowing experience I had from my first experience with one of the exercises in “E-Squared.” Since then, as I have continued to explore your ideas and delved in to “E-Cubed,” my life has become ever more joyful and rich. One of my greatest realizations from your writings is that I don’t need things to be a certain way in order to be happy. I now read a chapter daily and keep a gratitude journal, as well as continue to try out different exercises here and there. It’s been wonderful. THANK YOU!

I had a similar life change when I read “You Can Heal Your Life” by Louise Hay back in the 1980s. You are like the new Louise to me – which obviously is one of the greatest compliments that could be paid.

The latest “reward” from having taken your writings to heart – I teach art at the college level, and when I moved during the fall 2016 semester, I left the university I had been teaching at for the previous 14 years. Throughout 2017 I tried and tried to find a similar position in my area, but was told over and over by sympathetic department chairs that they had no openings, that their enrollment was down, and that there were other adjuncts with more seniority than me. I almost lost heart, but when I started reading your books in fall 2017, I kept in mind that the universe has abundant offerings and timing, and I kept doing energy exercises and writing in my gratitude journal (and playing “Happy” by Pharrell Williams every day). On January 1, I received 2 job offers!

Message #2: Pam. I’ve had your E squared book on my shelf for a while but recently saw your Thank & Grow Rich book on audible. I recently quit working as a radio presenter & am now a freelance voiceover artist. It’s fun but scary & my boyfriend & I decided, now I’m not tied to a radio job, to take 6 weeks out & travel. I have been really nervous about losing my client base but also thought now or never. Then, Sod’s law, I get an awesome retainer gig voicing showbiz news videos for a big YouTube channel. I took it but worried they would ditch me when they heard I was taking 6 weeks out.

After listening Thank & Grow Rich like 3/4 times, I started reading E squared. I did experiment 1 at the weekend which gave the universe til 728pm Monday night to give me a blessing. Today I got a call for the guys at this YouTube channel saying they have a lot of other projects on right now & would I mind waiting until mid March to start up again (I leave the UK next Sunday until mid March!) & on top of that, would I like some on camera work too when it starts up again, & they’d like to pay me to do their social media. I thought “is this my gift?” but wasn’t convinced. Then I saw my Physio for an ongoing back issue this afternoon. He asked how my freelancing was going. I told him about the gig & he said he wasn’t one for believing in miracles or the universe but that that was definitely fate. I just wanted to let you know.

It felt kind of spooky too that I’d picked up your E squared book at an airport a few years ago but never read it. Then noticed it on the shelf as I was telling my boyfriend about you and your other books. I didn’t realise I owned another book by you.

Thanks so much for your wonderful books & entertaining writing.

And thank you, friends, for helping me rewrite the story of the world.

Pam Grout is the author of 19 books including E-Squared, E-Cubed, Thank & Grow Rich and her new book, Art & Soul,Reloaded: A Year-Long Apprenticeship to Summon the Muses and Ignite Your Daring, Audacious, Creative Side.

Are you spreading wisdom? Or woe?

“The universe is being healed. Don’t you want to be a part of the dance?”—Rob Bell


I’m often asked about my possibility posses. How do you start one? What do you do?

Because I’m allergic to rules and steps and how-to’s, it’s hard to give a definitive answer.

But I can say this.

Every human on the planet has woes. And every human on the planet has wisdom. There’s no exception.

The going cultural paradigm focuses on the woes: the problems that need to be fixed, the “others” who are doing it wrong.

This complaining and anger takes up a lot of space. In our heads. In our everyday conversations. In our political discourse.

In my posses, on the other hand, we leave space for wisdom. We leave the woes temporarily hand-cuffed and tied up in the cellar.

We don’t deny they’re there. We just actively acknowledge that there’s an alternative narrative.

We commit to starting the discourse with “what is going right?”

Each of us feels responsible to show up with our best game. To put on our hard hats and mine for the wisdom that each of us has.

It’s perilously easy to get sucked into the woe conversation. There’s always temptation to join the dominant life sucks story.

So instead of asking what we’re against (the typical manner for picking the popular us-against-them teams), we ask what are we for? What beautiful thing is there to behold? It’s a judo move that completely changes the energy.

What do I stand for? What might be possible?

And then, when the light is shining, we untie the woes in the cellar and find that, not only are they untrue, but they shrivel into nothingness when exposed to all that light.

Pam Grout is the author of 19 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the just-released, Art & Soul,Reloaded: A Year-Long Apprenticeship to Summon the Muses and Ignite Your Daring, Audacious, Creative Side.

5 writers. 200,000 donors. A true reason to shout hallelujah! #IStandWithLove

“Love is worth all the hullaballo.”—Cheryl Strayed

I didn’t plan to write a blog post this morning. I’m out the door in 5 minutes. But I’m so stoked about this amazing piece of news that I really have no choice.

Five writers raised $1 million to help Syrian refugees in a mere 31 hours. That’s barely more than a day.

But what’s even cooler is that this great gift to our suffering brothers and sisters was raised by all of us together. No one gave more than $25 which means the little guys came together for a great cause. Without politicians. Or institutions.

I’d also like to thank the Donald Trumps and the Isils of the world who, on some cosmic level, agreed to play the part of the “bad guys” so the rest of us can come together and prove to ourselves what is truly possible. Maybe these “dark forces” are part of the universe’s bigger plan? Not for me to judge. My only job is keep holding out for love. For a higher Truth.

The whole scenario gives me SO. MUCH. HOPE. Anything is possible. We CAN change the world, guys. And no better time to be reminded of that than Christmas. The light is definitely here.

Enjoy your holidays. Make it the best one ever. And remember to do more of what you want to do and less of what you think you should.

I love you all SO MUCH.

Signing off from Lincoln Street.

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.