Sunday, June 17, 2007

" Feeling is the Secret" by Neville Goddard, part 3

Your desires are not subconsciously accepted until you assume the feeling of their reality, for only through feeling is an idea subconsciously accepted and only through this subconscious acceptance is it ever expressed.
It is easier to ascribe your feeling to events in the world than to admit that the conditions of the world reflect your feeling. However, it is eternally true that the outside mirrors the inside.
“As within so without.”
“A man can receive nothing unless it is given him from heaven,” and
“The kingdom of heaven is within you.”

Nothing comes from without; all things come from within from the subconscious.
It is I'm ossible for you to see other than the contents of your consciousness. Your world in its every detail is your consciousness objectified.
Objective states bear witness of subconscious I'm ressions.

A change of I'm ression results in a change of expression.

The subconscious accepts as true that which you feel as true, and because creation is the result of subconscious I'm ressions, you, by your feeling, determine creation.
You are already that which you want to be, and your refusal to believe this is the only reason you do not see it. To seek on the outside for that which you do not feel you are is to seek in vain, for we never find that which we want; we find only that which we are. In short, you express and have only that which you are conscious of being or possessing.
“To him that hath it is given.” Denying the evidence of the senses and appropriating the feeling of the wish fulfilled is the way to the realization of your desire.
Doubt is the stumbling block to Heaven on Earth.
Mastery of self-control on your thoughts and feelings is your highest achievement.
However, until perfect self-control is attained so that in spite of appearances you feel all that you want to feel, use sleep and prayer or meditation to aid you in realizing your desired states. These are the two gateways into the subconscious.

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