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How To Stop Being Bothered By The Past or Repeating Past Mistakes – Free Neville Goddard

neville_goddard_revision_feel_it_realHey mate,

If you are like us, you want to create the most amazing life NOW – one that keeps getting better and better in your future.

But if you find yourself bothered by the past, repeating destructive habits or being let down the same way over and over again, today’s Neville Goddard lesson will be a tremendous gift for you.

Let’s dive into the words of Neville.

“Dwelling on past irritations or hurts perpetuates them and creates a vicious circle that serves to confirm these negative emotions. The circle can be broken by starting now to revise anything that you no longer wish to sustain in your world.” – Neville Goddard

Notice what Neville says, If you don’t REVISE past hurts, a vicious circle forms that will CONFIRM them in your life.

This is why people repeat the same cycles – and this is the key to ending ANY cycle in your life that you are ready now to move beyond.

“By revising the past, you rid yourself of any effect it may have on your future. Revision is truly the key, which can be used to unlock the doors that have kept you trapped in a particular state.” – Neville Goddard

Real Life Story: I was working with a client last year in Manifesting Mastery who several times in her life ALMOST made it “big time”, but every time she almost made it – something out of the blue caused her success to come crashing down.

learn how to feel it real - click hereEven though she was doing EVERYTHING right, she still felt a lurking fear that in the end – it would all come crashing down – again.

And so it ALMOST did again.    (And thankfully, she realized it was time for that to end and she reached out for help.)

So we guided her into a quick revision session – where she created new scenes in her mind – where every single “almost making it” event in her life – became an “I made it – AGAIN – and it is wonderful!”

In the two weeks that followed her Feel It Real sessions felt rock solid and successful, and “for some reason”  her friends started giving her TONS of compliments out of the blue. Now she lives with no doubt – in the state of joy – knowing it is done.

Reborn.  Living the life she used to dream about.

Just remember, Neville says you can REVISE anytime, anywhere. You don’t have to “go deep” to do it, you don’t have to replay the past to do it. In fact, all you have to do is REPLACE the past – with what you wanted to have happen.

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It’s time to dive deeper and deeper, so you can soar higher and higher! Many blessings to you.

Have an amazing day!

Mr Twenty Twenty and Victoria

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16 Comments on "How To Stop Being Bothered By The Past or Repeating Past Mistakes – Free Neville Goddard"

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  1. Greg Madesh says:

    Mr. Twenty Twenty and V, I want to thank you and V for giving so generously of your time ,resources and love. Also I would like to thank the other members of the Free Neville .com community for their sharing. There is an answer in every letter. Watching the super bowl today was wonderful for me . I live in the Northwest and so we rooted for our team. Always good to see the under dogs win and do it with style. After the game the Seattle quarterback was being interviewed. He said something that shed a healing light on me.When Russel Wilson was young and going for his dream of playing pro ball coaches and mentors were telling him he was to short to slow not strong enough. He gave tribute to his father for telling him ' why not you ' and he said he passed it on to the Seahawk team. Look what that one comment of three words did for so many people…..Sincerly…Greg

    • Mr Twenty Twenty says:

      Absolutely!

      Good one mate. You nailed it.

      Everyone wins, big time!

      Have a great day Greg.

      TT and V

    • lisa says:

      YES – I love your comment that there is an answer in every letter, every comment. it is so true Greg. I have not one single time read through an email and a commentary without….being touched, reminded, moved.
      That is what excellence does. Touches every time Thank you TWenty for your excellence in reflecting and reminding us about Neville and this way of being, living, loving!

  2. Star Dancer says:

    a timely reminder to invest more time in revising

  3. John H says:

    Hi, just wanted to chime in on the Russell Wilson comment. I heard that once before too, but what I found most surprising about him was the fact that he would “imagine” himself playing in the Super Bowl, doing and performing excellent, and ultimately raising that championship trophy celebrating with all his teammates! – keep in mind he was doing this before the season even started and just kept the faith all throughout… He believed and his teamstes couldn’t help but believe it too. And look at what happened…just everything he imagined came to fruition in the physical world….More proof as Mr Twenty Twenty has repeated over and over again – we truly do create our reality thru our imagination! Many blessings to you all 🙂

    • Bruce H says:

      John:

      I’m a Hawk’s fan too… and as well, I heard Russell talk about how when he was young, all he could think of and imagine was him being a successful NFL qb… and so he is.. big…

      Another extraordinary story of imagining the ultimate success was coach Jimmy Valvano whose NC State team miraculously beat a monster Houston team they never should have beaten.

      There was a documentary on tv about that season, and the thing that just floored me was how his player recalled a practice where, they put on their uniforms walked out onto the court and the only thing they did was to act out their having just won the championship game, including putting up the ladder and cutting down the net, hugging each other, everything that they would do in that moment.. It was utterly amazing to watch all of the games in this video that they had to win to get there, mostly against superior teams… and how soooo many times the events and circumstances in those games miraculously went their way, every time!… It was an extraordinary season and it all goes back to that one “imaginal practice” that ultimately brought it into manifested reality…

  4. Lisa Marie says:

    I love, just love, Pauline's testimonial. I have since met Pauline, and I know how profoundly this work has touched her, and has touched me – and how deeply we two have become friends through this common pathway. Love it! Love you!

  5. allison says:

    When using revision, how many times do we “change” the outcome of a bad experience. I saw somewhere 7 times, another said 3. Will you clarify, please?

    • Mr Twenty Twenty says:

      Hi Allison,

      As many as it takes for the new memory to feel as real as the old.

      The numbers 7 and 3 are symbolic, not literal.

      Big love Allison!

      TT and V

  6. JosieLee says:

    How do you rewrite being born to physically and abusive parents; what you can’t remember (as a baby) you know about from their braggings of how they beat you into submission about everything under the sun and even worse mental abuse about being ugly and stupid. Let’s hear a rewrite on that one!

    • Mr Twenty Twenty says:

      Hi JosieLee!

      Let’s hear one. Do it so you can inspire others who need to do that.

      Here’s the scoop… I don’t have that experience, and so anything I say – will probably be argued against, by someone who has had that experience. People tend to defend their trauma, and they tend to attack help (find reasons why this won’t work for them), until they are ready to change it – themselves. I did just that. So has almost every single person I know.

      Keep in mind…

      I personally was born 3 months early, weighing in at just over 2 pounds, and was SICK AND WEAK almost all my life growing up. So I could share how I used the power of the IMAGINATION as a young teenager – the power we are – to change all that. Today I am 49, and except for the gray hair and a bit of loose skin, look and feel like I am in my early 20’s.

      I can also share how I used this very same power to walk 100% away from a PTSD diagnosis, which is still considered to be an incurable condition. One where I had heaps of flashbacks, night terrors, all that good stuff. Today, people come here for “mini retreats” and “peace”. You can’t do that with someone who is in a crazy reactive PTSD state. And it naturally happens when around someone who has discovered they are PEACE AND LOVE.

      But the thing is, I did it. You can too, if what you wrote above is your situation.

      If it’s not, then change what is in your world – that bothers you.

      You can do it, go for it. Live the life you came here to live. And discover even more completely who and what your really are – which is more lovely and amazing than anything here on earth.

      Blessings,

      TT and V tooo

  7. Nat says:

    Thanks once again TT, you know when I read this first time around, I somehow missed the point about not having to replay the past to revise it, just replace it. This really frees it up for me.

  8. Cindy in NYC says:

    ..and I, like many, who had a childhood that stopped just short of Dickens..was ‘married to my traumas’..lifelong. It was a great excuse and justified everything I ‘almost got to do”. Once I began learning the technique of revision, I found a couple of very cool things happened:

    1-I was breaking my addiction to crap,
    2-The revisions were allowing me to go back, rewrite, and
    3- I experienced past events as I IMAGINED them to have been, full of happiness, praise and love, and
    4-The toxic ripple of those old episodes diluted, then finally losing their power to bleed into my NOW, and sabotage the good things and wonderful energies I was feeling.
    5-It was like the scene with Glinda the Good witch – in the movie WIZARD OF OZ, saying to the bad witch, “You have no power here. Go away — before somebody drops a house on YOU!”

    Good stuff, people. Use it, thrive bigtime.. and be blest!

    Cindy in NY

  9. Deborah says:

    I am having anger towards my husband and can’t stop thinking about it. He has hurt me terribly but I know that revision will be the only way I can see my way through this. The anger and hurt doesn’t go away…….it’s as if I want to stay like this to punish him and to protect myself from being further hurt. I will now try to revise our past……because I realize unless I do this, I will stay in the anger state. And it will continue to sabotage my life in all areas. Thank you for this,
    Deborah

    • Mr Twenty Twenty says:

      Good on you for choosing to use the tools and to take the loving path Deborah!

      Choosing to Revise is choosing to forgive – Neville style – by forgetting what happened – and giving you both the gift of love.

      We imagine lovingly for you both.

      Blessings!

      TT and V