You may not raise the dead, but there’s always something miraculous to observe. As Einstein put it, “”There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” Pam Grout has been making a name for herself, helping us to find these miracles.
Grout returns to E-CUBED (or, E3) with the same structure as before: stories and experiments. This time around you won’t be moving coat hangers with your mind, but you will be speaking to cactuses, moving wildly to music, and leaving five-dollar bills on park benches—all for good cause. Really. As Einstein said above, if you look for it, it is all around you. Grout helps point this out.
Most people will come to E-CUBED for the experiments (and yes, getting you off Facebook and talking to a cactus is one such experiment), but the stories help set the stage. I wish these stories were more congruent or that they flowed into each other, but hey, in this scattering there at least a piece of something for everyone. My preference also gravitates toward science and footnotes, but what Grout shares has personality and warmth.
Yes, Grout may seem a bit…shall we say…flamboyant some of the time. However, if you go for the ride, the end result may surprise you. You’ll put away the news in exchange for the outdoors; you’ll give more of “you” to others; you’ll love more of the people you haven’t; you’ll change your negative thoughts you believe about yourself; and, you’ll catch a glimpse of the sermon from “the river of life”. Wild? Yes! Worthwhile? Most definitely.
If you’ve taken this ride before or coming along for the first time, open your heart for a little fun and a lot of reward.
Thanks Hay House for providing this for me to review.
You can find this book’s preview and soon-to-be other reviews on Amazon: E-Cubed: Nine More Energy Experiments That Prove Manifesting Magic and Miracles Is Your Full-Time Gig