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How To Keep The Faith When Tragedy Strikes – Free Neville Goddard

“Tragedy stuck again. I feel like I was sucker punched. How do you and Victoria keep the faith when bad things happen?” – Marty

Hey mate,

Today Neville is going to share with you and Marty how to make it much much easier to not NOT knocked out of your state, when challenges show up in your life.

This is VITAL…

…because if you lose your state -and don’t take the time to get it back you won’t get what you want in life.

Let’s dive in:

“It is not what you are, but what you trust God to do, that saves you. And to the degree that you trust God to save you, you will be saved. But he has given us a psychological law to cushion the inevitable blows of life.” – Neville Goddard.

feel_it_real_stop_searchingIt’s not what you are in the world’s eyes, and it’s not what you have thought you were before you knew what you have learned here that matters.

What matters is what do you TRUST is going to happen in your life?

What is it that you trust “God” – the higher dimensional you to do in your life?

ACTUALLY trusting…

….that everything you have chosen is STILL all working out perfectly, even when your senses tell you something else is going on – will free you.

The POWER POINT That Most People Miss:

Neville says that this is a “psychological law to cushion the inevitable blows of life“.

This is SOLID GOLD because when people who expect EVERY SINGLE THING to be perfect and pleasing 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – when THEY hit speed bumps – the inevitable challenges that we all have – they LOSE IT.

So when a speed bump shows up – Use The Tools – then move on.

Speed bumps don’t mean anything. Remain faithful to your state of the wish fulfilled. Remember the Law. Follow-The-Formula.

“The law is simple: “As you sow, so shall you reap.” It is the law of like begets like. As you imagine, so shall your life become. Knowing what you want, assume the feeling that would be yours if you had it. Persist in that feeling, and in a way you do not know and could not devise, your desire will become a fact.” – Neville Goddard

kitchen_windowEvery single day, live from the lovely.

Be loving.

Feel yourself growing.

Feel-It-Real and change your world.  Don’t be bothered.  Don’t bother losing faith and don’t join in the belly aching of the masses.   Don’t be a sheep, be the shepherd.

And when you hit a speed bump…

Remember the words of Neville:

“I urge you to apply this principle and cushion yourself against the normal blows of life. If your friends and loved ones cannot believe, cushion them anyway; for no matter what you leave them here, you are not going to stop the blows given by the depth of their own being.”

“If you left each friend one hundred thousand dollars, you would cushion them for the moment; but the depth of their being will continue to take them through experiences, in order to awaken to the knowledge that they are the father of God’s only begotten son, David.” – Neville Goddard

learn_how_to_feel_it_realThe reason why Feeling It Real works, is that it is the TRUTH about YOU that sets you free.

Every time you manifest, every time you realize you have manifested already, you are invited to notice the truth about you. You aren’t some small, weak, puny body, at war, trying to survive.

You are magnificent!

You ALREADY are one with the power behind all that is. You area capable of wonderful things.

Here’s what we believe:

“You get to discover the truth about YOU – who and what you TRULY are, and you get to get ALL you desire in life – by Following The Formula.”

All you have to do is:

  • Believe that this works.
  • ACTUALLY Follow-The-Formula.
  • And remain faithful – even when you hit a speed bump.

Because all a speed bump does is reminds you – you are moving forward, driving the bus, living life to the fullest.

Many blessings,

Mr Twenty Twenty and Victoria

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11 Comments on "How To Keep The Faith When Tragedy Strikes – Free Neville Goddard"

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  1. cope says:

    Extremely POWERFUL Insight! And as you say, “BE the Shepherd” and lead as ONLY YOU, Individually, can lead yourself….and others!

  2. Harsha says:

    Interesting. Maintaining a purely pleasant state throughout is possible (: given requisite mental focus πŸ™‚ although the exact same type of pleasantness (: i.e. one moves from one type of pleasure to another like curiosity, happiness, peace, comfort, happy laziness, excitement, ecstasy etc. πŸ™‚ is probably tricky if at all possible since things move a bit in the dream world which is why we dream this reality in the first place. HOWEVER, if something that deserves the label “Tragedy” occurs this has to have a causative place in our imagination with exception of seeming others passing on – that always has and should happen.

  3. Harsha says:

    “…if blows come tonight, at some time in your blindness you planted their seed, for as a man sows, so shall he reap. You may not recognize your harvest because you do not remember the sowing, but the blow could not appear in your world had you not caused it. So reap it and rejoice in the fact that you recognize your planting, even in a little way.”

    This excerpt from “The Living Word” on your website explains it and it’s exactly what I would expect for anything that is a “blow” or a “tragedy” (: with the exception of what happens to “others” :). Tragedies require a rather strong seed to be sown.

  4. RHONYC says:

    i find us in the same stream again today TT!

    “Every time you manifest, every time you REALIZE YOU H-A-V-E MANIFESTED ALREADY”


    THIS happened to me this morning!!!

    i ran into an old ‘work pal / neighbor’ during my commute this morning (p.s.~ we live 2 blks away & NEVER run into each other in the A.M.) as i was telling her a funny antidote about how i was walking past her house the other night & thinking wow, M. ‘still’ lives on the prettiest street in our town and that i always thought that going back more than a DECADE ago when she 1st had me over her house…then I REALIZED / REMEMBERED thinking / wishing all those years ago that I. WOULD. LOVE. TO. LIVE. IN. HER. NEIGHBORHOOD amongst the lovely trees & houses. TT. we’ve lived 2 blocks away from each other for nearly FOUR YEARS!!!

    i wanted to slap myself silly, but instead i put a memo to myself to email you on this…yet, low & behold with this post like clockwork, we are on the same wavelength.

    it’s like you & Neville say, the wish fulfilled happens so EASILY & IN A NORMAL fashion you can easily overlook that it has even occurred. now, i am doing a ‘MENTAL INVENTORY’ if you will on all the manifestations that i’ve wished for and they’ve SHOWN UP, but i have YET TO REALIZE. i’ll shoot you an email with the list soon. things are getting really interesting, now! *rubs hands together*

    blessings to you TT & V! πŸ™‚

  5. Mr Twenty Twenty says:

    Hi Harsha,

    During a typical week, we get emails where people experience tragedy – they range from running out of petrol and being stranded, having an old car die, having a family member die, or just owing more money on a bill than what they imagined.

    To them, those are tragedies. To assert that they caused an old car to die, or a family member isn’t all that true, or empowering. It would be like saying that I manifested the riot I was in. That in it’s own way, seemed and was tragic – for a time.

    But it would have been a total wasted of time to try to remember the sowing of the bad, because it wasn’t bad – it was a bridge of incident for good.

    On the other hand, Aunt Martha manifested her mugging while on holiday. She told everyone before she went that she was concerned about muggers – and guess what – she was the only one on a huge tour she was on – that got mugged – in broad daylight.

    There are three sides to this coin, and asserting there is only one will simply disempower people. We choose to share both, and invite people to empower themselves.

    Because noticing when you sow the seed – is empowering. And noticing when something “tragic” seeming is a bridge of incident – or simply a normal blow of life – like an old car or an old friend “dying” that’s empowering and loving too.


    TT and V

  6. Harsha says:

    Hi 20/20,

    Good point. You’re right that it is possible for the negative manifestation (: tragedy is a really strong word for me πŸ™‚ to be a bridge, but it is not the only way to bridge to a positive outcome desired. If that had to be the “bridge” then that is the result of a corresponding state occupied. That same negative event can be a bridge to worse things if the pattern isn’t corrected somehow. I have experienced building a chain of “bridges” from one negative event to another with gradually increasing severity and that’s actually what put me onto this truth of reality creation but it would have been much easier had I taken the hints early on because things got quite difficult and I kept hammering at the outside with greater vigor leading to more problems.

    You’re right about not trying to dig too deep in general because that temporarily activates the state that caused it. It’s best to just take the best from it and keeping moving like you say. That’s what I do most of the time. It’s just that this came from a person who is already aware of reality creation to a degree, but anyway you’re certainly right about the need to stay in the positive rather than dig up bones.

  7. lisa says:

    Twenty, so as in PTSD, when there is something we have a deep worry about (attack) and we know we have it rumbling around in our bellies at night… then when it becomes a “thought” – we just laugh/dance/shake/goof – anything, to quickly change where we are thinking. Right? Changing – habitual thinking?

    I long ago heard people say Cancel! Cancel! when they expressed a bad/dangerous/negative thought…I don’t know who’s “teaching” it was….but I remember that I knew I carried these, this, deep fear from my experiences.
    Now I remember when I used to worry…..

    And – I goof and CHOOSE another thought, instead. Something that is 180 degrees elsewhere. Even then, still…I am asking for the Guarantee I won’t be attacked…thereby relighting the entire sequence…..ah
    I remember when this was difficult for me to do….

  8. Mr Twenty Twenty says:

    Hi Lisa!

    Let’s dive into something most people miss here.

    Thoughts don’t create anything.

    Feelings create everything – including thoughts.

    So when you notice your thoughts are out of control – or heading in a direction you don’t want – GIVE THANKS.

    Truly giving thanks creates an EMOTIONAL STATE – a Feeling Mixture – that will change your thinking – naturally and easily.

    So choosing to simply be thankful – that you noticed – is key.

    Enjoy that and keep exploring the tools in the Neville Goddard Toolbox.


    TT and V

  9. kattalina says:

    Mr. 20/20:
    I appreciate the story about your Aunt. πŸ™‚ What I realized the othr day, is that I quite possibly have been ” talking” too much about all my problems: health stuff, money issues, and the like. I realized this actually after reading more of the posts on the Manifesting Money FB page of yours. It has been challenging for me to change my thoughts bc I currently don’t have a regular income, and that is distressing as are a few current health issues.

  10. Cindy in NYC says:

    After two and a half years home caring our beloved mother, she died peacefully in her sleep, with my sister Val and I, close by. We chose to honor her wishes expressed years ago – not have her die in a hospital, ‘hooked up to life support’, with tubes, etc. But, by soft lights, in a safe, familiar bed, the dog curled up under the chair. We made her comfortable, sang to her, read to her, meditated and reminisced with her. We kept saying, “Isn’t this amazing” and “how gifted we are to be able to participate in, and help our dear mother…and, witness one of life’s most profound experiences.” We chose not to focus on the tragedy of losing her, but rather on manifesting a daily celebration of her life. All through the nearly three years we home cared her we often used Neville’s concepts and ideas to create the best and most affirming ways to care for her, imagine lovingly for her, and allow her to be all she could be, instead of ‘what a bummer….our poor old mom’s declining from senile dementia.” Did it work? Hey, what do you think? And when the police coroner, and medical examiner showed up at the house, they were astonished at the level of care, at the mood in the house, the beautiful condition of her room, and her remains. We viewed all of this as a blessing, an opportunity and ,a major bridge of incident. The result? Well, for one thing – I am now… afraid of nothing — yes, after facing the scariest concept in the world..the physical death of a loved one? It is so empowering, not to be plagued by that nagging fear I often had in the back of my mind. Always – about trivial, dumbo stuff!!

  11. Checking back in again, November 2017. We are about to experience our FOURTH death experience in a year. My father at 93 in October 2016. My beloved older cat Mack the Knife, a 9/11 2001 WTC rescue (he was 18, and ready to leave us). Mother, at 95, in June 2017 (see above), and now our younger cat Jake (he’s 8) has been diagnosed with advanced feline cancer of the mouth. He is in no pain, not suffering; he’s bright and bushy….but the prognosis for this illness is quite poor. OK, ‘poor prognosis”. I did some reading up on this, and then once done, put the medical ‘facts” aside. I imagine well for him, see him as sturdy and still active, handle him physically each day with attentive kindness, rather than as merely a failing animal, which right now, as I write this in NYC, he is not. This #4? It is also another bridge of incident, which is the way we choose to hold events like this. We ‘remember when”, Jake survived, longer than any of us anticipated, given ‘the reality’ of feline cancer. We have ‘congrats conversations”, in which he maintained wellness long after any of the vets thought he would. And we also feel it real that he is comfortable, and still ‘acting like a cat”..and again, we do not mourn his anticipated loss. We celebrate having him whole and well, for as healthy and long a time… as possible! And interestingly… that time expands: as we feel it real FOR him..Go Jake!