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E-Squared: Nine Do-It-Yourself Energy Experiments That Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality (Hay House Insights) by Grout, Pam (1/28/2013) Paperback – 1600

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
It's the evolution of reality as we know it 21 Sept. 2013
By Jay - Published on
Thousands of years ago, science and religion separated and took separate paths. As Rabbi Joel Bakst said so well, "Because of the collapse of consciousness, spiritual and scientific knowledge split apart. Both these modes of knowing have to come together. In other words, science and technology from a traditional religious perspective is not an extra. It is part of the process by which humanity is going to evolve into its next stage."

E-squared is this very merging of science and religion back into one path, albeit in a very young and sometimes immature form. It is a mixture of very positive Christianity, quantum physics, and esoteric "think and grow rich" information (in the tradition of "Tapping the Source: Using the Master Key System for Abundance and Happiness," by John Selby, Richard Greninger, William Gladstone and Jack Canfield).

Despite this being a somewhat eclectic combination of subjects, Pam Grout manages to weave them all into one congruent work that is truly inspiring. The main thesis of the book is that, not only can you do anything that you truly put your mind to, but that there is a quantum source field out there that will turn your thoughts into reality. At this point if this doesn't sound like your cup of tea, I would like to point out that the book is worth the price just for the collection of quotes it contains.

In science, there are two opposing viewpoints. On one side, there is the chaos and randomness theory, where everything is a product of blind luck and random probability ("The Drunkard's Walk: How Randomness Rules Our Lives" by Leonard Mlodinow ). At the other end of the spectrum, there are real scientist that saw so much order emerge from the chaos, that they became religious ("The Language of God," by Francis S. Collins).

Pam Grout would be far on the latter side of the argument. Just as the Nicki Minaj lyrics say so well in a single line, Pam Grout is not lucky, she's blessed (and then some). Well, the purpose of E-squared is not just tell you that you are blessed, but offers experiments in order to prove that your thoughts also create your reality.

To a degree, I think Pam is right. I do not consider myself to be psychic, nor do I think I have any abilities that anybody else does not possess. I have had, however, on so many occasions, thought about something, only to have in a time frame of hours to days, have that thought happen. Be it as simple as thinking about a person I haven't seen in forever, and then have that person call or email within a few days of thinking about them, to as onerous as wondering how long a certain household appliance is going to last before it breaks...only to have it break in a few days.

In the Newtonian reality we were taught in school, it is statistically impossible that my experiences happened by random chance, time after time. The only logical conclusion is that we do not live in the normal reality we thought we did. However, in the new science of quantum physics, these events start to make sense.

Having put a lot of time and study into this area over the last few years, I'm going to put down some of the thoughts I had while reading "E-squared."

1) In the book, "The Field," by Lynne McTaggart, they found that random number generators were influenced by human thought (which again, should be impossible). However, the influence was even greater when more people concentrated in unison on a particular outcome. The opposite was true and they had less influence if the people wanted opposing outcomes. For example, the readings were negligible for a large event like the Super Bowl, where people cancel each other out, but quite remarkable for an event like 9/11 where everyone was in unity.

The lesson? Your reality is not the only reality. Just because you create your reality, does not mean you can automatically override other people's reality.

2) This subject gets really close into an area of Word of Faithers and "Name It, Claim It" teachers. If you watch movies like "The Secret," one person will say the purpose of this is not to "get stuff," and the next person will say if you do this, you can get lots of stuff. "E-squared" is contradictory like this, as well. In studying subjects like Remote Viewing, those who do it say that they cannot see things that they can profit from. For example, they cannot see lottery numbers from the future, so that they can use them to get rich. There are other indications that the Universe seems to frown upon using it for personal gain, as well.

I'm both convinced that we create our own realities, to a degree, and that God isn't a get-rich-quick scheme. I think "E-squared" struck the right balance here, but I must admit it worried me in a couple of places.

3) People have a strong negativity bias. It takes a way more positive event -- or even multiple positive events -- to offset a single negative event. People always say that if they are wrong about Christianity, then at wost they spent their lives with good people and had good times. If Pam Grout is wrong about "E-squared," then the wost thing that could happen is that people attempt to remain positive, healthy and happy. Pam has the same Bible that all Christians have, and yet three-fourths or more of Christians constantly think about the world devolving into a Mad Max-like state.

As Richard Rohr said in "Things Hidden," anyone reading the Bible could make the case for any position they wanted using prooftexting (using isolated quotations from a document to establish a proposition). We have been manipulated with Scripture since it has been written (and orally before that). Through a lot of study, I believe that the orthodoxy we grew up with was partially formulated in Rome to control the masses thousands of years ago, and by our negativity bias in the present. The point is, we focus on all the wrong things in the Bible, as opposed to the things we should focus on. On one hand, to put it bluntly, we have been brainwashed, and on the other hand it's in our negatively-biased nature.

We are at a point where if we are going to survive, we are going to have to evolve our way of thinking. "E-squared" is that evolution. If we do indeed create our reality, then what exactly are we creating when we, as a population, think constantly on wars and rumors of war? On hate and destruction?

Our reality is ours for the creating. Are we going to do the right thing, or the wrong thing? This is part of the process by which humanity is going to evolve into its next stage.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Take Charge of your Powers to Create Your Destiny 14 Oct. 2013
By thegoddesswalk - Published on
E Squared by Pam Grout

Let's face it. Most of us want more out of life. We want to look good and feel great. Have an abundant life with a career that makes are heart sing while traveling and making a difference in the world. Maybe you would like to attract a lover or new car. We all have desires, and practice with different ways of manifesting these gifts. For some, gifts of a home and friends come easy, while love and career can be more of a challenge.

In the book E squared by Pam Grout you are supported with 9 experiments where she takes you through easy exercises with fun stories and empowers you to jump right in and take control of your life!!! You can have instant success and as well learn how to make long term plans. What I love is this puts you in charge of your destiny as you learn how energy and consciousness work together. You will be able notice what you have manifested already easily in your life and what needs more work. But this work is fun!

As a school teacher of 12 years I feel that Pam delivers a very fun and easy to follow guidebook that comes to life. If you have read The Secret or anything on the Law of Attraction, or even The power of Now, you will love this little treasure and helpful reminder. Plus she has done a tremendous amount of research to support the concept that "our thoughts create our reality", and will make a believer out of any skeptic or first timer. She delivers scientific knowledge easily and presents many cases of placebo effects that in return opens up your mind to the unmistaken truth that we can heal ourselves. We are the creators of our lives!!!!

I am very thankful for Hay House books and their Book Nook Blogger Community, and Pam Grout for the opportunity to read and review this wonderful addition to our New Age of Spiritual Awakening and Self Realization of our own God Given Powers. I was blessed with the opportunity to receive books for free for reading, evaluating and writing a review in return.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Just started, but already surprised! 13 Feb. 2014
By Rommel - Published on
I started reading this the other day. When I got to the first experiment, I tried it right away and never intended to do the second experiment. Everytime I remember it, I summon all the positive thoughts; thus making me feel that it's going to come to me. When I did the intention, I only said that I expected some surprising blessing. And I made several tries to visualize something coming that would be a surprise for me.

Then just hours ago, when I checked my bank account, bang! a surprise came. The last balance multiplied 8 times. I tried to recall if there was an announcement that it's going to be the cut-off of our payroll. But the cut-off is still tomorrow. Then after the cut-off, we'll have to wait for another 5 days for our company salary to be given. So, what and where is this money in my bank account coming from?

An early Valentine's Day treat? Our company could not have released our salary earlier than the cut-off. Impossible. More impossible if this is an early treat, because our pay would have to be based exactly on the number of days we are present in work, and that's to be counted until the cut-off. But the cut-off is still coming tomorrow.

And, to add to all this, no one I ever know would ever give me that much money. I didn't ask someone to lend me one. This is very strange indeed. I was wondering if my company just made a big mistake of releasing money early -- without basis. LOL!

Early on, I also get to have an idea from the book "Happy Money" by Laina Buenostar, and tried applying it. It's about tithing, and giving some money over for a blessing to someone -- without them knowing it. I kind of combine it's 2-method rule to this book "E-Squared". And the result was mind blowing and strange. Is this it? I'm still disoriented of all these.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Better than expected 20 Dec. 2013
By cathynmerlin - Published on
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Very well written; easy to read. Excellent book! Not sure what I expected but she allowed me to look at things that I 'know' in a way that I can use them for good in my life.....thank you Pam Grout
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Love it!!! 20 Oct. 2013
By R. Burgess - Published on
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Fun and inspiring!!! I recommended it to all of my friends and we are having a great time doing the experiments! A positive and magical way to view life.
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