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

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E-Squared could best be described as a lab manual with simple experiments to prove once and for all that reality is malleable, consciousness trumps matter, and that you shape your life with your mind. Yes, you read that right. It says prove. The nine 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 laws of motion. Rather than take it on faith, E-Squared invites you to prove the following principles: * There is an invisible energy force or field of infinite possibilities. * You impact the field and draw from it according to your beliefs and expectations. * Your connection to the field provides accurate and unlimited guidance. * Your universe is limitless, abundant, and strangely accommodating. 'I absolutely love this book. Pam has combined a writing style as funny as Ellen DeGeneres with a wisdom as deep and profound as Deepak Chopra's.' Jack Canfield, co-creator of the New York Times best-selling Chicken Soup for the Soul(R) series and The Success Principles

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  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 138 x 214 x 14mm | 258.55g
  • Hay House Inc
  • Hay House Insights
  • CarlsbadUnited States
  • English
  • 1401938906
  • 9781401938901
  • 2,971

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About Pam Grout

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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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
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