CREATING A NEW LIFE: WAS NEVILLE RIGHT? by Cathy D. Slaght
Neville Goddard may never have imagined a reality where computers could tap into a “world wide web” of information. (He was only with us until 1972.)
BUT- he definitely knew about the FAR MORE EXPANSIVE web that surrounds us, and taught how to tap into it with IMAGINATION.
He got most of his information from the Bible, which he considered to be one of the greatest documents ever known to mankind.
“Understand what the Bible is really saying and it will transform your life” he said repeatedly.
The challenge- back then, and still- is that the majority of people are hesitant to even even give this imagination thing a TRY.
(on a conscious level, that is)
For example- I've shared with clients for nearly 20 years the information from one of his books, “Awakened Imagination”.
“Pick something practical that you would like to have in your life.” I suggest. “Then, every night, right before drifting off to sleep, imagine that it happened THAT DAY.”
OR- if something upsetting happened that day, revise the scene in your mind as you drift off to sleep.”
If they stick with it, miracles happen.
BUT- most never give it a try.
Some can't decide what to manifest- (Goddard considered the ability to CHOOSE- i.e. PICK – as being the SOUL.)
Then there are probably a few who are so tired at the end of the day they forget...
But most have Stockholm Syndrome.
This is a condition where hostages develop an alliance with their captors.
Recent example – the situation in Philadelphia where a drug dealer was shooting up the neighborhood. Police came and, after 7 hours (and 6 officers being shot) subdued him, only to be attacked by neighborhood residents.
That's right- they defended the one who sold their children drugs and tried to shoot them.
We do the same.
Our captors: religion, mainstream education, corporate medicine, the media/entertainment industry...
Maybe we don't ATTACK our rescuers...we just tune them out, and/or ridicule them...
...listening only to what affirms what our captors have taught us.
But what if more actually gave Neville's approach a try?
What if imagining a better world for themselves also created a better world for OTHERS?
That's what Neville would say- “don't try to change the world, change yourself.”
The SRC4u software is a personalized system that can facilitate this process.
Here's where we are today-
And just a note, we asked for the image of Geranium Essential Oil, which – among other things- is said to be a mood enhancer-
Etheric, not physical
Cathy D. Slaght