Monday, July 2, 2007

MANIFESTING (as described by Neville Goddard) part 5

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

The 10 aspects of correct manifesting
4. Continuous Prayer

"Every moment of your life, consciously or unconsciously,
you are assuming a feeling." - Neville

When you realize that every moment we are assuming a state you see the importance of being in control of one’s mind and thoughts.
To let one’s mind indulge in negative or unproductive thoughts is counterproductive. Neville calls this “Investing our thoughts”. In our usual mode of consciousness we are spending our thoughts by letting our mind freewheel bouncing from thought to thought in an associative manner. In investing we control where our thoughts are placed.
The longer and more frequently we can maintain the state of the thing desired the quicker will be its manifestation.

"The desire which realizes itself is always a desire upon which attention is exclusively concentrated, for an idea is endowed with power only in proportion to the degree of attention fixed on it." - Neville

"We match ourselves to our ideals by constantly remembering our aim and identifying ourselves with it." - Neville

"Have a set, definite aim or your mind will wander,
and wandering it eats every negative suggestion." - Neville

"After you have assumed the feeling of the wish fulfilled, do not close the experience as you would a book, but carry it around like a fragrant odor. Instead of being completely forgotten, let it remain in the atmosphere.. communicating its influence automatically to your actions and reactions." - Neville

"Saturate your mind with one sensation and walk as though your desire were already a fact." - Neville

"A single sensation must dominate the mind if you want to pray successfully." - Neville

“Earnest, concentrated thought focused in a particular direction shuts out other sensations and causes them to disappear.
You have only to concentrate on the state you desire in order to see it.” – Neville

"Recognizing the power of feeling,
pay strict attention to your moods and attitudes." – Neville

“What you are inwardly saying and doing is far more important than what you outwardly express, and can be changed. If you have never uncritically observed your reactions to life, then you are unaware of its cause.
But when you become conscious of your thoughts, you can change them.” – Neville

"Mastery of self-control of 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 to aid you in realizing your desired states. These are the two gateways into the subconscious." – Neville

"…therefore he (the perfectly disciplined man) never entertains a feeling which does not contribute to his happiness…" – Neville

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