E-Squared- Accessing the Field of Potentiality

In the last blog post, I discussed the general principles of accessing the Field of Potentiality as discussed in the best-selling book E Squared, by Pam Grout. She lays out a series of nine experiments which the readers can undertake in order to verify the existence of this field and also the fact that we are in control of what this field brings to us. This is obviously a very exciting concept — the fact that we can control what happens to us and that we can draw what we need from this field. This is something that I have always believed in on an intellectual level as well as a physical level. There have been numerous instances in my life where the universe has brought me what I have asked for. However, I had never before done this on a regular basis in my daily life moment-by-moment. It seemed as if I was vacillating between accepting what the universe brought me and wondering if this is so.

 

Having nine specific experiments certainly seems to be a way to truly bring this concept into conscious thinking on a daily basis. Ms. Grout refers to the first experiment as The Dude Abides Principle. The theory behind this is that there is an invisible energy field of infinite possibilities and that it is ours for the asking. The question here is does the Field of Potentiality exist? Readers are instructed to tell the universe that it has 48 hours to make its presence known. We were told to ask the universe for a very clear sign, something that cannot be written off as coincidence. Readers were also told that it may be something very small but it has to be recognizable.

 

Mine was indeed small but it was something that had never happened before. I place orders to Amazon frequently for such items as books and health and beauty aids. I’ve been doing this for several years. In some instances, I will place an order for two different items less than five minutes apart. In every single case, and I am talking probably at least 100 orders, each one will arrive separately regardless of how little time passed between my order for the first item and my order for the second item. I recall thinking that this seems such a waste of packing materials and that Amazon should ship some items together. However, this had never happened before. The deadline that I set was the 48 hours between October 4 at approximately 6 PM and October 6 at the same time.

 

I had ordered a book and bottle of vitamins from Amazon about 24 hours apart. Lo and behold, on October 5, I received both items in the same package. When I opened it, I was not thinking about the E-Squared experiment. I recall that my first reaction was, “Now that’s really odd.” It struck my consciousness immediately as being something I would never have expected. Then it occurred to me that this was the answer to experiment number one. Although this may seem like a small yield, the fact that this was unprecedented and that it struck me as being something that was impossible convinced me this was indeed the answer I had been seeking. I am now off to a very good start knowing that the universe answers our request in every case. In a couple of days I will report on experiment number two.

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