Thursday, June 28, 2007

MANIFESTING (as described by Neville Goddard)

I got this from someone ( I know, bad record keeping) about 4 years ago. In this series Shawn Regan breaks down Neville's techniques for manifesting into basic principles. I tried to find Shawn Regan online but couldn't, so I'm just gonna present this here and maybe he'll show up.

(as described by Neville Goddard)
Revision 12/09/2003
By Shawn Regan


Neville, in all his books and lectures is giving us the formula for effective manifesting.
This formula is as simple as assuming the feeling of the thing desired but can be more involved. This paper tries to bring all the different aspects of Neville’s correct prayer together.

"Prayer is the most wonderful experience man can have.
Unlike the daily murmurings of the vast majority of mankind in all lands who by their vain repetitions hope to gain the ear of God,
prayer is the ecstasy of a spiritual wedding taking place in the deep,
silent stillness of consciousness." - Neville

"Praying, then, is recognizing yourself to be that which you desire to be rather than begging God for that which you desire." - Neville

"If your prayer brings no response, there is something wrong with it.
The fault generally lies in too much effort.
Serious confusion arises when man identifies the state of prayer with an act of will.
The sovereign rule is to make no effort.
If this is observed, you will intuitively fall into the right attitude." – Neville

"It is not what you want that you attract;
you attract what you believe to be true." - Neville

The core of the process is to create a state of mind
where you feel you already have obtained the thing desired.

Whether this thing be a physical possession or a character trait or union with the divine you, by using your imagination and ignoring all your physical senses tell you to the contrary, assume it is already so in your imagination and mind.

You live in the state as if it were already so.

Once a state of mind is assumed in imagination Neville tells us it is only a short matter of time before the outer physical world will reflect the inner mental one.

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