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E-Squared : Nine Do-It-Yourself Energy Experiments That Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality

By (author) Pam Grout

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"E-Squared" is a lab manual with simple experiments to prove once and for all that there really is a good, loving, totally hip force in the universe. Rather than take it on faith, you are invited to conduct ten 48-hour experiments to prove each of the principles in this book. Yes, you read that right. It says prove. The experiments, each of which can be conducted with absolutely no money and very little time expenditure, demonstrate that spiritual principles are as dependable as gravity, as consistent as Newton's 2nd law of motion. For years, you've been hoping and praying that spiritual principles are true. Now, you can know.

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  • Paperback | 194 pages
  • 138 x 214 x 14mm | 258.55g
  • 28 Jan 2013
  • Hay House Inc
  • Hay House Insights
  • Carlsbad
  • English
  • 1401938906
  • 9781401938901
  • 2,446

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Pam Grout is the author of 15 books, three plays, a television series and two iPhone apps. She writes for People magazine, Cooking Light, The Huffington Post, and her travel blog, www.georgeclooneyslepthere.com.Find out more about Pam and her out-of-the-box take on life at her sometimes-updated website: www.pamgrout.com.

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Disappointing

I'm only part way through this, and although it is entertaining, it is disappointing in some respects. I went into it with a completely open mind and was enthusiastic about the experiments, but after the first experiment was a failure the book lost it's appeal. The 'field of potentiality' is grossly oversimplified, and I believe Pam is expecting us to use coincidence as the feedback from the FP 'energy field' The books works if you accept a simple life incident or coincidence as being the feedback the experiments ask us to expect. Disappointing...show more
by Jeff Hutchings