Cause is from God, the divine human imagination. The problems in life start and our frustrations multiply when we fall into the habit of THINKING that cause is out there, in the physical world, because we have forgotten about our Imaginative Power.
I love how in today’s quick lesson below, Neville focuses on THE MOMENT that MATTERS, and how it renovates every other moment of the day – IF it is rightly placed. So let’s take a moment today, together, and IMAGINE in detail – the wish fulfilled – and enter into it fully.
So I ask you, as Neville himself would, what will you choose FAITH or doubt, GOD or Satan. What will you choose now, today, in the next moment?
Me, I am choosing to start my work day off with a BANG! Choosing FAITH once again, closing the door on doubt. Using my imagination to generate the change in my world, and in me, that is needed so that my life is the blessing it was designed to be, and that I am the man that I choose to be as well.
Mr Twenty Twenty
Here is Neville:
“Every natural effect has a spiritual cause and not a natural. A natural cause only seems. It is a delusion of the perishing, vegetable memory. We do not remember these moments in time when we imagined certain states. So when that imaginal state takes form so we can see it with the outer eye, we do not recognize our own harvest and deny that we had anything to do with these natural effects that are taking place in our world. Because our memory is faulty, we do not remember. “There is a moment in every day,” said Blake, “that Satan cannot find, nor can his watch fiends find it. But the industrious find this moment and it multiply and when it once is found, it renovates every moment of the day if rightly placed.” Now, by the word “Satan,” he simply means doubt. Doubt cannot find it. I desire a certain state in this world. Reason tells me it’s difficult; my friends tell me it’s impossible; and so if I doubt that I could ever realize it, that’s the voice of Satan speaking to me. He’s always challenging God. God is my own wonderful human imagination. That’s God. So the protagonists are God and Satan — simply faith and doubt. Can I imagine that I am the one that I would like to be and remain faithful to that assumption as though it were true. If I can and remember that assumption and when I did it, then I will see when it happens in my world the relationship between the natural effect and its spiritual cause. The spiritual cause was that moment of assumption.” – Free Neville Goddard Quote- Courtesy of Freeneville.com