Hi Mr Twenty Twenty, Doesn’t Neville say it only takes three days for your imagining to become reality? I read this quote here on Facebook (link removed) and would love for you to tell us more. Thanks…
“The Bible gives it as three days; the duration is three days for response in this world. If I would now assume I am what I want to be, and if I am faithful to it and walk as though I were, the very longest stretch given for its realization is three days.” – Neville Goddard – 1948
Let’s examine how Neville explores and explains what he means when he says “three days” in the passage below.
“If you remain in that state, you are told in the Bible three days, you will be “spewed out on dry land.” “Three” doesn’t mean three days; “three” means fullness, “three” means complete. So if I will live within that fish (state) for three days until the whole thing seems natural and seems real, and it has the sensory vividness of reality. I will then be spewed out as something objective, and something that is commonly called in the Bible land or dry land.” – Neville Goddard – 1953
So three days – doesn’t mean three literal days. Three days means you fully and completely feeling it real. Fully living in the state of “feeling it real”, and doing your sessions so they are not just distractive daydreams – but real Feel It Real Sessions. Read This Article to make sure you are doing that right:
Remember, if you read the original quote – without Neville’s explanation, you will experience frustration. It’s the tiny bits like this that make all the difference, and that’s why we write the articles here on the site – and develop packages like the Neville Goddard Power Pack and the 90 Day Coaching System – Manifesting Mastery.
Click the links above for more. Thank you for writing and next week we will explore IN DETAIL exactly what Neville means by “realization” and “response in this world” and how to guarantee your success.
Many blessings to you today,
Mr Twenty Twenty and Victoria