The true nature of creation lies within the imagination. Neville Goddard explains just how this is and how you can work with it to manifest desired outcomes, behaviors, and changes.
Imagination and The Law of Attraction
Learning how to fine tune how you work your imagination is unmistakably important in order to work with the law of attraction to its fullest extent. Our future is entirely dependant on what we can create.
Our behavior is initiated and tweaked by our internal belief system. Working with our imagination consciously will create the utmost clarity and enjoyment for our lives.
The Best Excerpts From The Law and The Promise
Neville Goddard gets into the nitty gritty details of imagination within this book. The true nature of reality and man’s imagination will inspire you when you come to understand just how it works through Neville’s book.
Chapter One: Imagining Creates Reality
When man solves the mystery of imagining, he will have discovered the secret of causation, and that is: Imagining creates reality. Therefore, the man who is aware of what he is imagining knows what he is creating; realizes more and more that the drama of life is imaginal — not physical.
To attempt to change circumstances before you change your imaginal activity, is to struggle against the very nature of things. There can be no outer change until there is first an imaginal change. Everything you do, unaccompanied by an imaginal change, is but futile readjustment of surfaces.
However, your ordinary imaginal alterations as you pass from one state to another are not transformations because each of them is so rapidly succeeded by another in the reverse direction. But whenever one state grows so stable as to become your constant mood, your habitual attitude, then that habitual state defines your character and is a true transformation.
How do you do it? Self-abandonment! That is the secret. You must abandon yourself mentally to your wish fulfilled in your love for that state, and in so doing, live in the new state and no more in the old state
Chapter Three: Turn The Wheel Backwards
To revise the past is to reconstruct it with new content. Man should daily relive the day as he wished he had lived it, revising the scenes to make them conform to his ideals. For instance, suppose today’s mail brought disappointing news. Revise the letter. Mentally rewrite it and make it conform to the news you wish you had received. Then, in imagination, read the revised letter over and over again and this will arouse the feeling of naturalness; and imaginal acts become facts as soon as we feel natural in the act.