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Is it possible to dream to big? – Free Neville Goddard

“Thank you for the website. I only recently discovered Neville Goddard’s works and your site has made it even easier to understand. I also especially like the audio downloads. I’m just wondering if his methods work for people like me who struggle with desiring things/circumstances/opportunities that are way beyond one’s reach. My family and friends have been telling me for years that I would be happier if I’d just learn to be practical about the things or lifestyle I want or can have, and I try to be, yet I always seem to be longing for something more and wondering why I can’t have it or experience it.  That’s just one example, but now I’m wondering if maybe my family and friends are right–I’d be disappointed far less often if set more realistic dreams. Yet my heart keeps asking the question why can’t I have/live the life I dream? Is there such a thing as dreaming too big?” – Dreamer

Hi Dreamer,

The key Dreamer, is to notice – are you willing to take the test?   Are you willing to test yourself, and discover your true nature as creator – instead of falling into the societal belief that we are part of the created and can be separated from God.   Notice what happens, once you stop separating yourself from God (and happiness) in the Neville Goddard quote below:

Free Neville Goddard Audio“Are you willing to test yourself? Let me tell you of one lady who did. Many years ago while living in a rooming house in Brooklyn, with very little money, this lady started each day with these words: “I am a very wealthy woman. I have $50,000 in cash.” Every Sunday morning she would go to the corner and buy a Sunday Times for her neighbor, Miss Mead, who was a little old lady living frugally and rarely left the house. Within a year after this lady began starting her day claiming her wealth, Miss Mead died, leaving her $50,000 in cash, plus jewelry valued in excess of $30,000. She received an estate of over $100,000 by keeping God in the present tense.”  Neville Goddard – You Can Never Outgrow I am

Remember, we were given the Law (What you hold in mind – tends to manifest) so that we may realize fully the Promise (Awakening to Our True Nature).  When you hold onto the belief that you are limited to an unsatisfied life, what you are really holding onto is a mistaken belief that you are more limited than you are.    Test yourself.  Discover what your true limitations are.   (For more on how to accomplish this, listen to MENTAL DIETS from  Neville’s Special States Series.)

And what happens when you have what many would call an unreasonable dream – that just thinking about it brings you joy?

“I had a dream that brought me great joy.  I dreamed of people’s lives being transformed -because of what I taught – how I lived.  That was many years ago.  Even when my classes and workshops were almost empty, I held onto that dream – I felt it as real.  One day, I had the crazy idea (it came out of the blue) of recording talks and classes – and putting them online.   I followed that inspiration, and more rapidly than I could have imagined – I had people from all over the world getting my products.  Then they started coming in for trainings.  Then they started flying me around the world.  Dream big, because you are big.”  – Mr Twenty Twenty

And it all begins with, feeling the feeling of the wish fulfilled.   Feel it fully, and it will move you, it will move mountains, it will move you around the world.

Have an amazing day!

Mr Twenty Twenty and Victoria


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  1. Rose says:

    Hi TwentyTwenty

    I’m finding this very interesting:

    … this lady started each day with these words: “I am a very wealthy woman. I have $50,000 in cash.”

    In this example Neville tells us a success story, where a different technique – simply an affirmation – was used. So it seems this can work just as well as imagining a scene representing your wish fulfilled, before going to sleep? What’s your experience with this? The reason why I’m asking is that I’m finding it very hard to go to sleep after imagining my wish (I either get very excited or doubt creeps in) and therefore a different approach, like the one outlined above, would be really great for me. Also, I’m finding it easier to imagine my wishes while taking a walk, than while immobilizing my body. Also, some of my wishes are too complex for me to be expressed in a “single act”. Your answer will be much appreciated!

    Best regards – Rose

  2. Donna says:

    Thank you, thank you so much for this. I’m even more encouraged than before to keep testing myself and discover just how limitless I am.

  3. Mr Twenty Twenty says:


    Have fun Donna! That’s what it’s all about!

    TT and V

  4. Mr Twenty Twenty says:

    Hi Rose,

    Personally, I am not a big fan of Affirmations. People don’t go around “telling themselves” what they know to be true.

    What we have noticed over the past 10 years plus, is the power of the Inner Conversation – like how we shared in PTSD FREE. Inner conversations seem to be an almost natural part of thinking in our society, and adjusting them to the wish fulfilled works wonderfully. Maybe that is why Neville focused on them in Mental Diets as well.

    As far as imagining while walking, compared to while in the silence, play with both. Putting the body in the state akin to sleep seems to be very powerful, cross cultural, and effective. The main key is to find out what other people are actually doing that works, and find what will work for you.

    And have fun remember the true nature of you, blessings,


    PS: A wish may be quite comprehensive, but it can always be anchored in with a single act moment. For example, you could be congratulated on something quite complex, while still reducing the congratulatory moment to a single moment in time. Remember, it’s gotta be fun!

  5. Dennis says:

    Haha! This was spectacular TT! I’ve been contemplating the same thing, especially for the last week. This message came just when I needed it to. I can consciously use the laws to create what I want pretty regular now. Small things are easy. I’ve tested myself enough now to prove beyond doubt that how Neville described it is the truth. It took me almost three years to prove it to myself. Most people give up during that time, I was determined to make it work though. I have discovered through experience, the point when you want to give up is usually just before a major break through. So now, I love getting to.that point because I know I’m close to what I want. Be persistant, dont give up!

  6. Venetia says:

    Hi there TT and V

    Every day I so look forward to seeing what wonderful Neville Goddard lessons are in my inbox. They are so timely and apt. Thank you
    In this latest lesson ‘Dream Big’, I have the same problems and solutions as ‘Rose’. 
    I’m not too sure about the affirmations, but my daily intentions work beautifully. Go figure!
    I find that my imaginal acts are exciting when immobilised; then I look on to take the emotional ‘charge’ out of it. Is that right?

    Again, like Rose, I find that I get better results when I’m out walking, which was my breakthrough moment! I have tested this. 
    I realise now that it has to be ‘light’ and quick! I now do a lot of my imaginal acts whilst out walking! It takes the emotional intensity out of it. I hope I’m making myself clear. 

    Keep up the great work!

    Love and respect