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A YEAR-LONG APPRENTICESHIP FOR SUMMONING THE MUSES AND RECLAIMING YOUR

BOLD, AUDACIOUS, CREATIVE SIDE

#1 NEW YORK TIMES  BEST-SELLING AUTHOR OF E-SQUARED


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Most books tell you how to get something—a sizzling sex life, thinner thighs, a higher return on your investment dollars. Art & Soul, Reloaded is a book that tells you how to give, how to reach deep inside yourself and pull out the artistic blessing that is yours to give. The blessing no one else can give.


Maybe it’s a poem tapping on your heart. Maybe there’s a song that keeps you awake at night, a business idea that won’t leave you alone. A dream you keep pushing aside with some thought like, Nah! I could never sing or dance like that. I could never start a business.


Now is the time to quit pushing that dream aside.


Every dream that has ever tiptoed across your mind is a summons from the universe. A summons that says, “I need you.”



On the day you were born, you were presented with a creative gift. It is a gift the world needs. Your song may never be sung on Jimmy Fallon. It may never make the Top 40. But somebody out there needs to hear it. Maybe it’s the 92-year-old shut-in who lives next door, who giggles every time she overhears you sing, “I wish I were an Oscar Mayer weiner” outside her bedroom window. Isn’t that enough?


At times, it seems like a daunting task, adding your voice to the chorus. You wonder:


What do I have to add to the world’s great body of art?


Who am I to join the likes of Michelangelo, James Cameron, Prince?


I would suggest the better question is this: Who are you not to? What right do you have to refuse the voice that whispers to you every morning, every afternoon, and every evening as you retire spent and exhausted from denying again and again the hand of the Great Collaborator?


But hasn’t everything already been said?


Until we hear your version of this fierce and joyful world, there is more to be said. Each man looks upon the sunset with a slightly different eye.


All of us long for a rich, participatory life. We all have the same recurrent longing to break down our defenses, to be able to give and receive our gifts. When we compose a piece of music or shape a lump of clay, we wriggle out of the straitjacket and come out shouting “yes, yes, yes” to life’s unlimited, unceasing possibilities.


A note from Pam:


All my life, I’ve been a closet bohemian. Even though I grew up in a small Kansas town, was a minister’s daughter, a straight-A student, and a Goody Two-shoes, I always longed to live big, be outrageous.


Outside, I was Pam Grout, junior achiever. But inside, I have always been Isadora Duncan.


As much as I like St. Francis of Assisi, I have come to the conclusion that I like wild people better. People who hug trees, ride Harleys, pierce their noses. People who live outside the bell curve. Either side of the bell curve.


I woke up one day to discover that my bold Isadora Duncan self had given way to a rote, lonely life. Instead of running with the wolves, I found I was crawling with the lemmings. My zany ideas, my outrageous dreams had been left to languish in the crisp green lawns of suburbia.


I don’t really know how it happened. It’s like the frog and the water. You can’t toss him in when the water’s boiling. He’d jump out faster than you could say french-fried frog legs. But if you turn the heat up slowly, degree by tiny degree, he doesn’t even notice he’s being boiled alive.


This book is about breaking free, about jumping out of the boiling water no matter how long you’ve been cooked.


I’ve heard we teach what we want to know. In this case, I’m teaching what I want to do. I want to dress in angel costumes, travel without a suitcase, get up in the morning and decide who I am and what I want to be. I want to hang with other bohemians, people who value big ideas over big homes.


I want to meet friends in cafes to write. I want to spend Saturday nights painting on walls, hosting show-and-tells and playing charades. I want to share my dancing, daring, audacious side.


I hope Art & Soul, Reloaded is the very thing you’ve been searching for. It’s about making art, yes. But it’s also about becoming more, about recapturing that authentic self that many of us abandoned along with the Crayola crayons.

 

Most importantly, Art & Soul, Reloaded is the call to a spiritual path. Not only do we ask the bigger thing to shake and wake us up, but we trust that creating is our spiritual destiny, the road that leads us to enlightenment.



As an explorer on the frontiers of magic and enchantment, Pam Grout has served as an extra in a zombie movie, composed a country-and-western song, created a TV series, and communed with the Maasai warriors; Turkish sultans; and Inti, the Ecuadorian sun god.


For a living, she writes—18 books at last count, including the international bestseller E-Squared: Nine Do-It-Yourself Energy Experiments That Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality. And her latest, Thank & Grow Rich. And the Oracle of E: A 52-Card Deck and Guidebook to Manifest Your Dreams. She also writes articles for such places as CNN Travel, Huffington Post, and People magazine.


About Pam Grout


"What I admire most about Pam is her commitment to guiding people to shift their perceptions and heighten their faith. She is a master manifestor and is living proof of everything that she teaches."


— Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times best-selling author of Miracles Now and The Universe Has Your Back


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