Neville Lancelot Goddard (1905-1972) was a prophet, profoundly influential teacher, and author. He did not associate himself as a metaphysician, with any ‘ism’ or ‘New Thought’ teaching as commonly advertised by these collective groups. Goddard was sent to illustrate the teachings of psychological truth intended in the Biblical teachings, and restore awareness of meaning to what the ancients intended to tell the world. 
Neville Goddard’s Lectures
After traveling extensively throughout the United States, Neville eventually made his home in Los Angeles where, in the 1950s, he gave a series of talks on television and radio, and for many years lectured regularly to capacity audiences at the Wilshire Ebell Theater. In the 1960s and early 1970s, he confined most of his lectures to Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco. Continue reading “Neville Goddard How To Use Your Imagination [Video]”
The Angels – Shut your eyes for a moment after you read these words. Imagine you are in one of the most beautiful places you can imagine. Perhaps you are on a pristine beach. Maybe you are walking through the woods, standing on a mountain, or in the most elegant room you can imagine. Perhaps you are beholding beautiful artwork, or maybe you are in a crowd of people basking in the beauty of their diversity. It doesn’t matter… allow your soul to show you a beautiful place in your imagination.
Allow yourself to imagine the feelings you have while immersed in this beauty. Allow yourself to feel inspired, uplifted, expanded. Allow your heart to fill with the majesty and beauty of the scene around you. Really imagine. Really feel. Continue reading “What’s really real?”
Paul Rosenberg – I can still remember the first time someone told me that they believed in the Calvinist doctrine of “the depravity of man.” It shocked me. To complain about human behavior I very well understood; there’s plenty of bad behavior in the world. But to flatly call the human species depraved… hopelessly unredeemable… that was, and remains, obscene to me.
The sad truth, however, is that the modern West swims in a sea of Calvinism. The corporate bullhorns feed everyone they can a steady diet of the bad, ugly, and if possible the bloody. Under their influence, we would believe that all is darkness, that truth is illusion, that the human path is ever-downward, and that all professions of goodness are scams. Continue reading “We Have No Idea How Good We Can Get”
Dr. Michelle Kmiec – One of my favorite quotes is, “Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” (Napoleon Hill, author of Think and Grow Rich)
This was proven to be true for me when I began my recovery from an autoimmune condition.
I remember years ago, though walking was extremely difficult, all I wanted to do was jog around a little lake in Minnesota. Yep, I didn’t want to just to walk, I wanted to jog! I wasn’t going to let my physical limitations get in my way of what I wanted – to regain my health and that included jogging around that lake. Even though the actual movement of jogging was not yet possible, there was something that was possible – visualization. Continue reading “If You Can Believe it, You Can Achieve it!”
The Angels – Imagine that all your problems are simply dreams from which you have to awaken. Imagine that you could wake up tomorrow morning, and before you even open your eyes, you think to yourself, “Oh wow!!! I remember I am an amazing creator! I had a dream that I forgot! How awful. How unpleasant. Thank Goodness, I remember now!”
Then, lying there in your bed you begin to consciously design your day.You think about all you wish to accomplish, and ask your angels for help. You go through a list of people you care about and imagine each one happy and healthy. You imagine your body feeling strong and healthy. And then you imagine yourself, lying here in bed at the end of the day, feeling completely satisfied, loved, and happy about your day.
Now you are ready to put your feet upon the floor and get on with life!
Continue reading “The soul’s dream”