Law of attraction

Experiment 5 – ESquared (Pam Grout)

It has been a while since my last post. In experiment 4 I failed to manifest my lottery winnings. I read chapter 4 again and tried again, this time trying to manifest a certain Easter egg. I failed to do that too.

Over the last few days I have struggled to keep up my positive attitude…very likely due to just feeling low and not saying thanks for all the good things I have in my life.

Today I feel better again and I have half gotten myself out of the negative slump I have been in. I’ve read chapter 5 and this experiment has to do with asking the Universe a specific question with a yes or no answer. The answer must come to you in 48 hours.

Recently I have decided to resign from my job, the environment just got so stressful and so negative, that it was affecting me in all areas of life. Normally I am not one to throw in the towel, but after thinking about it long and hard and discussing it with my other half, I decided it was best to resign. My question will be whether I will find a great new job before the end of April.

Looking back I wonder whether if I changed my way of thinking if I could’ve turned things around in my work, but the more I think of it, the more I realise it was never really for me. It was so intense and I let it take over my life. I lived to work, not worked to live, like I should’ve been doing. I was so set on being the best and being recognised, that I almost put everything and everyone else second to that.

At the time when I was making the decision whether to leave, I read a quote that was so applicable, it said that sometimes life forces things to fall apart, not to punish you, but to force better things to come together. So true!

Just as I did years ago with a partner, I’ve written down my wish list for my dream job. I know I will find that perfect fit and I know I will find it when the time is right.

The more I learn about the power of one’s mind, the more excited I get. The possibilities are literally endless. One always thinks that sometimes you have no control, but you really do. That makes me realise too that you have to be so careful with your thoughts.

Just this evening I read an article about a lady who was down and out, divorced, bad debt, about to lose her home and a single mom to her 3 kids. With positive thoughts she managed to turn her life around and she is making millions now teaching others how to do it. So really, absolutely anything is possible if you just put your mind to it.

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3 thoughts on “Experiment 5 – ESquared (Pam Grout)

  1. “In experiment 4 I failed to manifest my lottery winnings. I read chapter 4 again and tried again, this time trying to manifest a certain Easter egg. I failed to do that too.”

    May I ask, what is your intent in following the exercises in this book?

    I ask because if you are doing the exercises in order to practice LoA and–ultimately–prove to yourself that Quantum Physics principles are the truth you may be failing because at a core level you lack belief (if you need to succeed to have it proven to yourself).

    Does the book offer advice on how to handle the “failures” in order to keep your thoughts positive and vibration high? If so, how is that going? If not, how are you handling them?

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    1. My intent is to silence that little voice in my head that tells me its not possible. I want to prove to myself that Quantum Physics exists and that I too can use it. I am using these experiments to make myself more comfortable with the techniques.

      Unfortunately the book does not offer advice on how to handle “failures”, perhaps I need to have a read again. If you can recommend any books that does talk about that, please let me know.

      I am trying to handle them by giving thanks regardless and telling myself that what I want, will come to me when the time is right.

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      1. “I am trying to handle them by giving thanks regardless and telling myself that what I want, will come to me when the time is right.”

        I LOVE this method. I think that is very helpful. ❤

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