Notice how is reply isn’t based on any outside number – it is based on your personal experience – the kind of experience we need – to give birth to our intention. We call this The Tipping Point.
“In the Book ofGenesis the story is told of Jacob wrestling with an angel. This story gives us the clue we are looking for; that when satisfaction is reached, impotence follows.When the feeling of reality is yours, for the moment at least, you are mentally impotent. The desire to repeat the act of prayer is lost, having been replaced by the feeling of accomplishment. You cannot persist in wanting what you already have. If you assume you are what you desire to be to the point of ecstasy, you no longer want it. Your imaginal act is as much a creative act as a physical one wherein man halts, shrinks and is blessed, for as man creates his own likeness, so does your imaginal act transform itself into the likeness of your assumption. If, however, you do not reach the point of satisfaction, repeat the action over and over again until you feel as though you touched it and virtue went out of you.” – Neville Goddard
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You could feel the desperation and feel the frustration in her letter. She told us more, about how sometimes it worked for the little things she wanted, and how it almost always worked in REVERSE – on the things she had passing thoughts about.
So after reading her letter, I went into the silence, let it go COMPLETELY and waited for the answer. It came about 45 minutes later, when I was taking a walk, listening to Neville – I Am The True Vine.
“A seed must be let go. I can’t hold in my hand, a seed must fall into the ground and die before it is made alive. You want something big in this world? Your holding on to it, it hasn’t dropped. (That’s why the big things don’t appear – you have a death grip on them.) – – It’s the little things that you don’t care about (that do). All the little insignificant things so you feeling intensely then you drop them because the other things are so big and so important.” – Neville Goddard Quote – I Am The True Vine
Neville continues to talk about how we read the paper – have a reaction – the LET IT GO and forget about it…. then something similar shows up in our lives. The power can’t fulfill it’s destiny – the direction we give it – until we UNLEASH it – let it go – and live our daily lives.
Remember, we were given THE LAW – “what we hold in mind manifests”, for one reason – so that we can DISCOVER AGAIN that we are ONE with God – THE PROMISE. Once we get that – and learn to fully imagine and then FULLY let go – we and our world are both transformed – in an instant. Even if it appears to take time for our manifestation to occur – the perfect timing is always perfect. (More on that later this week.)
We love this lecture so much, we made a VIDEO and audio of the first part of it for you to enjoy today – Click the next link to watch it now!
And have an amazing day!
Mr Twenty Twenty and Victoria
God must be universal Mind. God must be the power by which we think, will, and know. Therefore it follows that prayer to God is a communication with that inner Life, with that Divine indwelling Spirit, which is everywhere present, omnipotent and all-powerful. Jesus taught his disciples to pray: “Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.” If you study that prayer you will find it is a straight affirmation of the presence of God, the Parent Mind, in man, for he had already said: “The kingdom of God is within you.”
Holmes, Ernest (2010-12-30). It’s Up to You (pp. 87-88). Penguin Group. Kindle Edition.
Today, we are going to share a quote from a contemporary of Neville’s, her name is Florence Scovel Shinn. She shares a very simple mantra that we love here, and that you might find VERY powerful – to set the stage for your work with Neville. Here is Florence:
“Let me now accept, the divine idea, in my my mind, body, and affairs.” – Florence Scovel Shinn.
We use Florence’s approach here, when we need to OPEN UP to INSPIRATION and Imagination.
Here is why it works.
Sometimes, we simply need to OPEN UP, and notice the NATURAL DIVINE order in the world. That simple quote, we sing it as a jingle, will do that for you.
THE DIVINE IDEA is all around us – in nature and in people who are TUNED IN.
Let’s break this Florence Scovel Shinn quote apart real quick:
“Let me now accept” – The word LET is a permission based word. It gives us permission to LET GO of our limiting stuff – and open up to…
“the divine idea” – Health is a divine idea. Wealth is too. So is happiness. Look around. Look at nature. Naturally we are healthy – just like wild plants and animals. Naturally there is WEALTH all around us – in us – and available. Think about the single wheat kernel, that grows into a plant – that multiplies into a field – naturally.
“in my mind, body and affairs”. Start with the mind. Once the MIND IS NATURAL – calm, open, focused… the BODY follows, and our AFFAIRS just seem to come together – miracles happen.
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Mr Twenty Twenty and Victoria
First, read the Free Neville Goddard Lecture quote below – and then we will show you the “I Remember When” game – inspired by Neville.
“This principle can be used in a destructive or constructive way. You can say: “I remember when this was a glorious building and look at it now” as you become aware of rubble where once a glorious building stood. Or you can stand on rubble and say: “I remember when this was all rubble,” as you imagine a glorious building. You can say: “I remember when my friend had nothing and now he has much,” or: “I remember when he had much and now he is so poor.” You can say: “I remember when she was healthy,” which could imply she is now ill, or “I remember when they were unknown,” implying they are now famous. So you see what power was in that revelation. It’s entirely up to you how you use your imagination, but the operation of your creative power is completely up to you. You make the decision, and are therefore responsible for its effect on the world.” – Neville Goddard – I Remember When – Courtesy of FreeNeville.com
So we take today’s teaching and start…
There you go! Now you have learned the “I remember when” game. It’s great to play with your partner, and your friends. It’s great to play with people you just met. It’s just great to play, and helps you GET IN THE GROOVE and open the floodgates of possibility.