If you didn't try experiment #1, scroll down through class themes on my website (inspiredbyearth.com) to give it a try! Check out the results people have posted...fascinating!
These experiments come directly from Pam Grout's book E squared.
This is a 48 hour experiment asking you to be very aware of what you see. It is based on the premise that what you want to see is either already there and you are missing it or that you can manifest in your life that which you wish to see.
When you decide your 48 hours will start, write down the date and tie and say "Now". Set your intention that, in the first 24 hours you will see [color here] cars. I set my intention that I would see purple cars. Then, thinking that may be unfair to the Universe (!), I changed it to allow for purple or orange cars. Within an hour of setting this intention, I saw 3 orange cars driving past me in the opposite direction. Not together, but separate. And all the same hue of orange. You pick your own color. But then LOOK for them. Remember, the premise here is that we don't see most of what is in front of us. If I hadn't been looking for orange cars, I am sure they still would have passed me on the road but I wouldn't have noticed them. How many blessings and opportunities are before us that we don't see because we aren't looking for them?
When the second 24 hours starts, set your intention that you will see ________ [fill in the blank]. I chose feathers. They don't have to be real feathers, mind you. They can be pictures on anything. Be alert! My daughter painted my nails last night and then designed each nail with artwork. I gave her the artistic freedom to draw whatever she wanted. On each of my thumbs, she painted a blue feather.
Give it a try and be very aware to your surroundings. Look at everything! And, then, report back under "Comments"!
10/18/2013 10:36:38 am
So as I was going home after class I was debating the color of car, finally thinking brown would be good because I don't see many. As I was leaving the post office I was thinking, as you did maybe brown is to restricted, til I drove thru the parking lot and saw three different brown cars. So I stuck with it and Monday saw three different brown cars.
10/19/2013 01:00:16 am
I think 6 cars more than qualifies!!! Keep me posted on the second half!
10/19/2013 11:46:55 am
So I I was trying to decide what to pick for the second half, so I was out running this morning in Springbrook and thinking trees, plants, the sunrise, deer, coyotes, a bird. Then it hit me - turtles. So I chose the turtle for my next step. And I found them in several place, but a lot of them at the Chicago Chocolatre Fest.
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