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Imagination Fulfilles Itself by Neville Goddard

Neville tells us to “catch God in the moment” and we will know what is going to happen in our lives. The major key is to STOP the thoughts and feelings that we do not want – stop them entirely – THEN shift into that which we do.

When I was training my Karate team back in the old days, I would tell them if ANY fantasies of failure showed up inside their minds – to stop them with a simple phrase – and then focus entirely on the outcome they would choose to have in their lives.

The simple phrase we used then, which is my gift to you today is, “That’s what I WAS worried about”. That phrase shifts it into PAST thinking, and opens the door to NEW FOCUSED FROM THE DESIRED END thinking. Use it as many times as you need to, and ALWAYS end WITH your DESIRED END in mind – having been fulfilled.

“Listen to your thoughts and you will hear God’s words! A thought that is not felt produces nothing. But a thought producing motor elements reproduces itself! Catch God in a moment of a motor element such as anger, fear, or frustration, being congratulated or congratulating, and you will know what is going to happen in your world. Unless, of course you arrest your thoughts and revise them. Most of us, however, are not aware of what we are doing, so we do not observe the creator. But we can catch him as he streams into our surface mind least disguised in the form of productive fancy.” – Neville Goddard.

Mr Twenty Twenty and Victoria

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