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UPDATED: Are You Using REVISION For All It’s Worth?

“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

neville_goddard_revision_actual_factHey mate,

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.

learn_how_to_feel_it_realOne way we use it is RIGHT AWAY.

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?

Many blessings!

Mr Twenty Twenty and Victoria

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10 Comments on "UPDATED: Are You Using REVISION For All It’s Worth?"

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  1. Matt says:

    Revision is something I’d really like to begin using more, but currently hardly ever do.

    To be honest, I’ve been very inconsistent with all of it, but revision mostly.

    I think the reason for this is twofold;

    Firstly, you need to get in the habit of doing something. Make a concerted effort for a while until the habit is formed. I haven’t done this.

    Secondly, revision in the moment sounds great but is not always practical, so you’re left with having to do it at the end of the day. By the time I get home in the evening and get everything done that I need to do I just want to hit the sofa for an hour or so before getting into bed, and really don’t feel like doing anything. I try to imagine as I lie in bed but usually this is on something desired rather than revision, and even then I often just fall straight asleep before really getting into it.

    Hope that helps

  2. Mr Twenty Twenty says:

    Hi Matt!

    Let’s dive in mate. You said you haven’t formed the habit yet.

    So do what it takes today – to do that – revise.


    Revise – your past month or so – with you HAVING already made revision a habit.

    Imagine you having had done Revision – every day – at bed time.
    And imagine you having had done revision – every day – in the moment.

    This is one of those habits – that we find GIVES us energy, and gives us REST.

    Two things most everyone in the world is LACKING heaps of.


    TT and V

  3. lena says:

    Hello Mr Twenty Twenty !
    Please share with us your positive results of revision,im sure it will help those of us who are not yet have amazing results.And thank you so much for great site,i visit it often and always feel very inspired.

  4. Matt says:

    Another thing I remembered this morning which has been putting me off.

    Like I said in my first comment, I’m often so busy I don’t have much time in the day for sessions so I’d try to do one last thing at night as I drift off to sleep at night but I find this often disturbs my sleep.

    Imagining before bed gives me vivid dreams, and often intense nightmares that keep me awake at night. Anyone else experience this?

  5. Matt says:

    I know it would help if I did it, but I’ve been stuck in the negative cycle. Wanting to do it but too rushed/tired/short on time leads to more wanting to do it…and so on.

    Need to get into a positive cycle. I’ll have a think about your comment some more because I have no idea how I’d implement your advice and imagine I’d been doing it already. Will ponder.

    Thank you

  6. Cindy says:

    Hi Mr TT,

    So are you saying write down our ideal day? Physically write it down?

    I have been doing what you say about remembering my work day and pretending Im doing what I love for a living (which would be to become a full time rich successful artist.). I hope it starts working soon so I can live it for REAL.

  7. Mr Twenty Twenty says:

    Hi Cindy!

    If it helps you explore it more deeply, write it down. Many people space out after a few seconds, and stay vague, and NEVER really experience the DEPTH of the feeling.

    And STOP HOPING…..

    That’s a massive blessing blocker well worth killing right now.

    You’ll notice that in the Success Stories section, that not one Manifesting Mastery member – mentions “hoping”. That’s why they succeed, we demolish what creates hope and create what gives FULL FAITH that it is done.


    TT and V

    Consciousness is the ONLY reality.

  8. Dennis says:

    Revision is something I just started learning to use. I’m still having a bit of trouble in creating a scene that suggests something didn’t happen or that you didn’t do and make it believable. I’m working on it, I can see where this can squash old habits or prevent you from doing something that the old you would’ve done.

  9. Dennis says:

    Now that I’m actually paying attention to my life and my thoughts and feelings, I’m amazed that I can see the things that creep into my life now and instantly remember all the times that I’ve seen it before, though I don’t always see where it originated from. That’s what revision can be used for I think. Do you necessarily have to know where it originated from to get rid of it or is it enough to revise the latest manifestation of it?

  10. Mr Twenty Twenty says:

    Hi Dennis!

    Just revise whatever experience of it – is bothersome mate.

    Have fun!

    TT and V and E