Tuesday, July 3, 2007

MANIFESTING (as described by Neville Goddard) part 6

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

The 10 aspects of correct manifesting

5. Feeling
"...you must assume the feeling of the fulfillment of your desire until you are possessed by it and this feeling crowds all other ideas out of your consciousness." – Neville

If you truly desire something when you acquire it you should achieve an emotional peak of sorts. By imagining the feeling of receiving what you wish you can concentrate on this feeling and amplify it until the only thing you are aware of is this wonderful feeling of the wish fulfilled.

“There is a definite feeling associated with every idea in the mind of man." - Neville

"Feeling is the one and only medium through which ideas are conveyed to the subconscious. Therefore, the man who does not control his feeling may easily impress the subconscious with undesirable states. By control of feeling is not meant restraint or suppression of your feeling, but rather the disciplining of self to imagine and entertain only such feeling as contributes to your happiness." - Neville

"Whatever the mind of man can conceive and feel as true, the subconscious can and must objectify." - Neville

"Whenever you become completely absorbed in an emotional state, you are at that moment assuming the feeling of the state fulfilled. If persisted in, whatsoever you are intensely emotional about you will experience in your world.
These periods of absorption, of concentrated attention, are the beginnings of the things you harvest. It is in such moments that you are exercising your creative power - the only creative power there is." - Neville

"Feeling is the secret of successful prayer. Feel yourself into the situation of your answered prayer by living and acting upon your conviction.
Feeling gradually unfolds the soul's hidden capacities.
It is the ferment without which no creation is possible." - Neville

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1 comment:

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