This great discovery of cause reveals that, good or bad, man is actually the arbiter of his own fate, and that it is his concept of himself that determines the world in which he lives [and his concept of himself is his reactions to life].
By Neville Goddard | February 24, 1969 The following is a transcription of a lecture. Peter tells us that Christ bears our sins in his body on the cross. And the prophet Isaiah said: He takes our infirmities and bears our diseases. Who is this being who bears our sins, our infirmities, and our diseases?… Continue reading Christ Bears Our Sins
By Neville Goddard | 1954 The following is a transcription of a lecture. This morning’s subject is “The Pruning Shears of Revision” I firmly believe that if you will wisely and daily use the pruning shears of revision that you will find there is no objective beyond your ability to realize. And I mean that… Continue reading The Pruning Shears of Revision
But if you remain in one state, you will forever have to suffer the consequences of not being in another state.
If I remain in the state of poverty, I must suffer the consequences of not being in the state of wealth. So I must learn the art of dying.
You will find that you are not a victim of fate but a victim of faith (your own).
Only through one door can that which you seek pass into the world of manifestation. “I AM the door”. Your consciousness is the door, so you must become conscious of being and having that which you desire to be and to have.