By Neville Goddard | February 21, 1969 I am the LORD and there is no other. I form light and create darkness. I make weal and create woe. I, the LORD, do all these things. Isaiah 45 Then John tells us, “As He is, so are we in this world.” Although man is taught the… Continue reading I AM the Lord
By Neville Goddard | April 19, 1969 The following is a transcripture of a lecture. All that you behold, though it appears without it is within, of which this world of mortality is but a shadow. If you will but enter a state in your imagination, and assume its truth, the outer world will respond… Continue reading All That You Behold
By Neville Goddard | November 7, 1969 The following is a transcription of a lecture. In the 64th chapter of the Book of Isaiah we read: O Lord, thou art our Father; we are the clay. Thou art our potter; we are the work of thy hand. When you hear the words Lord, Father, and… Continue reading The Lord, Our Potter
The purpose of this book, however, is not to give you a complete definition of Biblical symbols or exhaustive interpretations of its stories. All I hope to have done is to have indicated the way in which you are most likely to succeed in realizing your desires.
By Neville Goddard | March 25, 1968 The following is a transcription of a lecture. Man is all Imagination and God is Man and exists in us and we in him. The eternal body of Man is the Imagination and that is God Himself. – William Blake We are told that the Bible is the… Continue reading Follow The Pattern
By Neville Goddard | March 28, 1969 The following is a transcription of a lecture. The dream of life unfolds on this level, as well as on a higher one. On this level we see things happen and are given reasons for wars and revolutions, as well as the geological causes for the convulsions of… Continue reading The Hidden Cause
The objective reality of this world is solely produced by the human imagination, in which all things exist. Tonight I hope to show you how to subjectively appropriate that which already exists in you and turn it into an objective fact. Your life is nothing more than the out picturing of your imaginal activity, for your imagination fulfills itself in what your life becomes.
The essence of prayer is faith; but faith must be permeated with understanding to be given that active quality…
You do not command things to appear by your words or loud affirmations. Such vain repetition is more often than not confirmation of the opposite. Decreeing is ever done in consciousness. That is, every man is conscious of being that which he has decreed himself to be.
I say imagination creates reality, and if this premise is true then imagination fulfills itself in what your life becomes.