Welcome to today’s Neville Goddard Coffee Club. Today we are going to dive into what is to believe, the law of the lemon, and how to effectively do a congratulatory conversation. Let’s dive in:
Believing isn’t what you think – it’s what you feel – it’s how your body behaves. Bite into that imaginary lemon and the universe (including your body) responds. (THAT my friend is believing.)
Don’t see your body (sheepy) in your congratulatory conversations. See me or another friend reaching toward you to give you a congratulatory high five.
Don’t EVER say, “I don’t have money for….” What you feel to be true and then say say – strongly impacts your behavior – and your level of wealth. If you don’t want to give someone $5 bucks, tell them that. Don’t lie to them (hoping that they imagine and accept you don’t have five bucks) – saying you don’t have $5 bucks. Because you will sooner or later have to suffer the consequences of that “verbal imaginal act”.
You are reacting to what you imagine all the time. Remember the lesson of the young man reacting to what he imagined the girls giggling meant.
And remember, Follow-The-Formula. Join in and get the Feel-It-Real Power Pack and the MASSIVE Neville Goddard Prosperity Pack
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Mr Twenty Twenty and Victoria
9 thoughts on “Neville Goddard Coffee Club #6 – Free Neville Goddard”
I think you summed it up at around 3:10 – 3:45 “Experiencing is Believing” Not trying to believe we have experienced.
Hey TT.. Just a quick note. The two forms of visualization you were describing are recognized by NLP as Associated and Disassociated visulization. Keep up the good work…
That’s right Ben! And both have VERY different purposes and outcomes.
this is a really good one!! it really clarifies things. thanks for sharing 🙂
Wow! The lemon analogy really made sense! When I imagine biting the lemon, I can feel a shift. That shift isnt present if I imagine say, recieveing a billion dollars. That totally changes, for me, how to feel it real. I think thats why I haven’t had the consistency with it I would like to have. Thanks so TT!
You are welcome Dennis!
Now you’ve got it!
…love it! thank you so much…
Love the lemon analogy. I can easily use this method. Thanks!
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