Saturday, June 30, 2007

MANIFESTING (as described by Neville Goddard) part 3

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

The 10 aspects of correct manifesting

2. Meditation

"In fact, the greater energies of the mind seldom break forth save when the body is stilled and the door of the senses closed to the objective world." -Neville

Neville talks about achieving a type of "controlled waking dream" where one is maintaining the feeling of the wish fulfilled while shutting down the bodily senses.
With the senses quiet one can connect deeper with the powers of imaginal manifestation.

"It is a state in which you are conscious and quite able to move or open your eyes but have no desire to do so." - Neville

"Drowsiness facilitates change because it favors attention without effort.
But it must not be pushed to the state of sleep,
for then you are no longer able to control your movements.

The most effective way to embody a desire is to assume the feeling of the wish fulfilled and then, in a relaxed and drowsy state, repeat a short phrase over and over again like a lullaby. Say, ‘Thank you, thank you, thank you,’ as though you were addressing a higher power, thanking him for giving you your desire." - Neville

"Your future is best changed when you control your thoughts while in a state akin to sleep, for then effort is reduced to its minimum.
In that state your attention is relaxed, yet controlled within the feeling without being forced or using effort.
Imagination, not will power will create reality." - Neville

"With the body immobilized, feel the greater you come out of your physical body and perform the proposed motion.
If you are going to walk, do not see yourself do it, but feel you are walking.
If you are going to climb stairs, feel yourself climbing." - Neville

“My third way of praying is simply to feel thankful.
If I want something either for myself or another, I immobilize the physical body, produce the state akin to sleep and just feel happy and thankful. Having assumed the feeling of the wish fulfilled,
with my mind dominated by this single sensation, I go to sleep.” – Neville

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