Part of the first experiment in E-Squared by Pam Grout is giving yourself a two-day time frame in which to look for the “field of potential” to present itself to you in a clear way. You look for a gift, for something to come out of the abundance that is in and all around you.
I started this experiment yesterday, Thursday, at 5:05pm. In last night’s post I mentioned that I went to a dance show at Columbia College Chicago. I was looking for the “field of potential,” or God, or the universe, the whole time. When the song “Anything Can Happen” by Elie Goulding came on during the show I thought maybe that was the sign. But I wasn’t sure, so I continued to ask the universe for a clear sign of its presence. This morning on my way to work I saw a cute wooden box under a tree and thought, “could this be the sign?” But I wasn’t that interested in the box, so once again I asked for a very clear sign.
Today we took the kids in our summer program on a field trip to a museum. We were having a great time. I remembered, as we were walking around to the different exhibits, to keep looking for this highest potential to present itself to me. I then checked my cell phone to see what time it was. I noticed I had a new voicemail from a number I didn’t recognize. I was so curious I listened to it right then, and heard a voice saying “Hi this is a message for Katie. I’m calling from the Dance Movement Therapy program at Columbia, and wanted to let you know that you won our raffle from last night! Congratulations! Please call me back to let me know when you can come pick up your prize.”
So that is what a clear sign is! And as if the experiment hadn’t gone well enough already, when I called the woman back I asked her what the prize included. There had been a couple different prize packages. The one I won included one month of unlimited yoga classes at a yoga studio that is on the same street, literally steps, from the front door of the new apartment I’m moving into in September. Now that is what I call the “field of potential” saying, “Hey Katie, what’s up? I’m here!”
Is there any downside to asking the universe to show you the best of itself? To believing that all encompassing abundance is on its way to you right now? As I said in yesterday’s post, the worst thing that can happen is that nothing happens. The best thing that can happen is beyond your wildest imagination! What miracles are you looking for in your life today? Are you expecting great things to happen? Even if you don’t yet know what you want, you can always ask for a clear sign from the universe to show you the unlimited wonders it has to offer.