Join host Kelly Galea for this episode with guest Pam Grout, New York Times best-selling author of E-Squared: Nine Do-It-Yourself Energy Experiments That Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality.
If you’ve read Pam’s book, you know you’re in for an enjoyable, lively yet down-to-earth discussion! If you haven’t read it yet, tune in to hear more about these fun & easy experiments as we chat about:
- What Pam calls the FP, the Field of Infinite Potentiality
- How picturing a toaster & electricity helps us really get the FP
- Real-life examples of these experiments at work
- Some of Pam’s favorite related stories
- What to do when old belief systems threaten to take command
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About our Guest
Pam Grout is a hopeless romantic who still believes the world is a beautiful place, that people are noble and that anything is possible. For a living (and she always wonders why people think that’s such an important question), she writes books and articles for such magazines as People, Men’s Journal, CNN Travel and Huffington Post. She also enjoys sharing stories with her daughter, but that’s more about making a life than a living. She’s keenly aware there’s a huge difference.
In making a life, she has traveled to all the world’s continents, learned 59 ways to make a fort out of sofa cushions, perfected a mean tennis forehand and volunteered at a women’s prison and a free health clinic.
- Find out more about Pam and her out-of-the-box take on life at her sometimes-updated website at pamgrout.com or @PamGrout or Facebook/PamGrout.
- Pam writes travel for a lot of different publications, including Men’s Journal, CNN Travel and Huffington Post. Read about Pam’s travel adventures on her luxury travel website, georgeclooneyslepthere.com.
- Check out Pam’s amazing book, E-Squared: Nine Do-It-Yourself Energy Experiments That Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality.
- Some of my favorite quotes from Pam during this episode:
“What I really believe is that if something isn’t fun, it’s not going to be sustainable.” TWEET THIS
“The world is infinite, abundant and strangely accommodating.” TWEET THIS
“I get up every morning and say, “Something amazingly awesome is going to happen to me today.”” TWEET THIS
“Know that another way is possible.” TWEET THIS
- We’re thrilled that Pam has another book coming out with 9 more experiments!
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