“As you review your day, it is important to revise each negative reaction so that you can remember it as what you wished had happened rather than storing that memory as it did occur. What you think of with feeling or emotion is an actual fact.”
“That which you experience in the physical world is merely a shadow, reflecting the reality of your imaginal activity. Therefore, when you revise a conversation, an unhappy experience, or a quality about yourself, you are literally experiencing it in reality.” – Neville Goddard
Victoria and I are curious about something and are hoping you would leave a comment below to help us and the Neville Goddard Family here.
There are three tools in the Neville Goddard Toolbox. One of them is Revision.
Revision is generally about “changing the past” so that it “doesn’t repeat” or echo into the future.
We do it primarily in three different ways.
You don’t wait – you change – what happened NOW.
(That’s a little advanced for some folks, but something to keep in mind and PLAY with.)
Another way we use it is DAILY, we rewrite the day. SERIOUSLY, there is not a single day that goes by now, that I don’t rewrite a number of “bits” from – so that they are more ideal – what I wanted.
And a third way we often use it – is to change how we reacted to something – that happened.
This is often overlooked, but very important, since your Reactions Create Your Reality.
Would you take a moment and leave a comment below and let us know…
- Are you using Revision?
- How often do you use it?
- Are you using it to change “bad things to good” or are you also using it to turn “okay things into great”?
- What’s been the coolest revision you’ve had – change your life?
Mr Twenty Twenty and Victoria
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