Tuesday, September 9, 2008

There wasn't a cover charge for the Sermon on the Mount was there?

You know when I first started reading about Neville Goddard, I could hardly find anything on him.
Now a Google Search gives about 299,000 hits for him.
Of course that's nothing compared to the 3,230,000 you get for Eckhart Tolle, but Neville has never been on Oprah.
One good thing is that almost all (if not all) of Neville's teachings are available online for free. All you need is an internet connection. Neville even has a page at Wikipedia now.
I noticed him mentioned in passing in the Secret. " In passing" might be best, because a lot of his teachings are "uncomfortable" to some people. They need to be approached with a fresh and open mind.
As always though read such writings with a grain of salt. Read his theories and evaluate them for yourself. One thing that always impressed me about him was his constant call to test his teachings. Apply them and see what they do for you. Don't just accept blindly.
" I tried Neville's teachings and they didn't work."
" I tried the Secret and it didn't work."
" I tried sigils and they didn't work."
Well move on, explore. Suppose you were the world's greatest guitarist, but you spent your whole life trying and failing to master the violin. Explore, pick up that guitar, you never know what might happen.
By the way, it anyone comes up with a 100 percent fool-proof manifesting technique that works for everyone, let me know.
I'll be more than happy to post it.
And it better not be a book you can order for 299.99 either. If it is, we can already see your manifesting technique.
I don't think there was a cover charge for the Sermon on the Mount was there?

Remember, as Aerosmith said, " Lifes a journey, not a destination."

1 comment:

Walt said...

Birth is a beginning and death a destination;
But life is a journey.
A going, a growing from stage to stage:
From childhood to maturity and youth to old age.

From innocence to awareness and ignorance to knowing;
From foolishness to discretion and then perhaps, to wisdom.
From weakness to strength or strength to weakness and often back again.
From health to sickness and back we pray, to health again.

From offense to forgiveness, from loneliness to love,
From joy to gratitude, from pain to compassion.
From grief to understanding, from fear to faith;
From defeat to defeat to defeat, until, looking backward or ahead:

We see that victory lies not at some high place along the way,
But in having made the journey, stage by stage, a sacred pilgrimage.
Birth is a beginning and death a destination;
But life is a journey, a sacred pilgrimage,
Made stage by stage...To life everlasting.

by rabbi Alvin Fine.

I found this on tne Internet, I did not know it at the time, but rabbi Fine, is the grandfather of my dear friend Sarah Ackerman. What are the odds? It had to be the will of God.

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