If you know anything about me, you’ll know that I love, love, love Neville Goddard!
Many of Neville’s teachings have been translated into books widely available on Amazon.
So Who Was Neville Goddard?
From Wiki: Neville Goddard was born on 19 February 1905 in St. Michael, Barbados in the British West Indies.
Neville has been called a cosmic philosopher and I love that term although it doesn’t quite go far enough in describing the huge talent of this unique man.
Neville’s words retain their ability to keep us frozen in a bubble of electricity, excitement and wonder more than forty years after his death. In a nutshell, Neville stated that the human imagination is God and our thoughts create our world, in the most literal sense.
This was something that resonated with me completely. I used to be perplexed when something I thought about or imagined suddenly manifested into my physical reality. Of course, a few years ago, I had no notion of the term Imagination Creates Reality. I was busy getting on with my life in the literal sense. I would have given it consideration though, had I heard the term back then. I would have been fascinated and I would have probably thrown myself into creating just as I have now.
Neville Goddard Books
The above books I have read and Be What You Wish is a really great read if you are just getting into The Law of Attraction and creating your own life instead of stumbling along in the dark.
Of course, if you thinks it’s all a load of hocus-pocus then that’s okay too. What have you got to lose by trying in that case?
My next book comes out this month and is called Finding Remarkable. I have Neville to thanks for the way I live my life now. If you’d like to join the mailing list then please do email me. There will be a way of doing that here soon, but I’m still working on it.
Wishful Thinking was a result of my first encounter with Neville’s teachings. I love listening to him on Youtube. His old recordings are legendary. With a pure clipped English accent, he is completely endearing. He makes it all seem so ordinary actually. Nothing crazy about it, just the way it is!