Monday, May 7, 2007

Excerpt from "Miracle of Imagination" Part 3

Excerpt from "Miracle of Imagination"- by Neville Goddard

For example, visualize yourself climbing a ladder. Now, with
your eyes closed, imagine the ladder is right in front of you
and feel yourself climb it. Experience has taught me to restrict
the imaginary action to a single act' and to re-enact it over
and over again until its reality is felt.

If the act is too long and involved, your attention will wander.
Hosts of associated images will present themselves for your
attention and lead you hundreds of miles away from your
objective in space, and years away in point of time. If,
climbing a particular flight of stairs would be the likely event
which would follow the fulfillment of your desire, then restrict
your action to climbing those stairs. Should your attention
wander, bring it back to its task. Keep on climbing those stairs
until they have all the solidity and distinctness of reality.
The idea must be maintained without any sensible effort on your
part. You must, with the minimum of effort, permeate the mind
with the feeling of the wish fulfilled.

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