Is your life a version of the movie “Groundhog Day”? In other words, do you keep living the same unpleasant experiences even though you are ready for an abundant, fulfilled, and joyful life?
We’ve all been there. We experience what we call reality with our senses, and our mind concludes that our current situation is “just the way things are.” We focus on what is wrong and thirst for what we lack. The result? We move farther away from what we desire.
E-Cubed, the new book by New York Times bestselling author Pam Grout, reminds us that we have the power to manifest the kind of life we want—even if “real” evidence points to something different.
E-Squared, Pam’s previous book, provides nine simple experiments to prove you are the creator of your own reality. Whether you love science or not, experimenting and testing is always fun. Pam was able to bring an element of fun and adventure to spirituality, and this is one of the reasons her book was a New York Times bestseller for weeks.
How is E-Cubed different from E-Squared? While E-Squared provides the fundamental principles to tap into our manifesting power, E-Cubed teaches us ways to establish a clear connection with this power.
E-Cubed shows us how to feel good.
When we feel good, we align with the energy to not only overcome obstacles, but avoid them altogether.
When we feel good, we remove our attention from memes (beliefs) that tell us our life has to continue being the way it has always been, or that something is too difficult to achieve. As Pam says, “Our 5,000 years of education on the reign of lack, limitation, and gloom has blinded us to the simple, unchanging goodness that’s forever on our side.”
Pam contrasts these memes to a new view of life: “Worldview 2.0.” In this updated version of our world, everything is possible.
The memes and their corresponding Worldview 2.0 versions are:
“The world is a menacing place” vs. “There is nothing to fear.”
“Life happens to me” vs. “Life emanates from me.”
“Events happen; therefore, I feel bad” vs. “Without this training, joy is my natural state.”
“God is an entity outside of me” vs. “God is a state of being, a loving energy that flows through me, sustains me, and surrounds me with light.”
“My job is to judge between right and wrong, black and white” vs. “My job us to create, not to critique.”
“I think, therefore I am” vs. “What I think for the most part is irrelevant.”
“No pain, no gain” vs. “There is no reason to struggle.”
“It’s important to look at my faults, to name my problems, and to strive to improve” vs. “I already have everything I could ever want or need.”
“It’s me and you (and I’m not sure about you) against the world” vs. “”The universe has my back and is constantly sending me blessings, gifts, signs, and guidance.”
“I have to do everything myself” vs. “The only thing I have to do is follow my joy.”
“I have to change. I’m scared to change. It’s hard to change” vs. “I can flip whatever I believe at any moment.”
“I have to try really hard to be good enough” vs. “My worthiness is not at stake.”
The teachings in this book, while spiritual, are also grounded in scientific reality. Quantum physics explains that the physical nature of particles changes depending on who perceives them, and this can be translated as, “Our thoughts create our reality.”
If you are ready to feel good and start designing your life the way you want it, read E-Squared and follow by reading E-Cubed. And remember, as Pam wisely says,
“The way I see it, there are just two things we need to know:
The universe has our back.
Everything is going to turn out okay.”
FTC Disclosure: I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for this review. The opinion in this review is unbiased and reflects my honest judgment of the product.
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