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Revision Question Answered- Free Neville Goddard

Twenty and Victoria, I’m curious about this revising thing… would you REVISE each aspect of your day to be your preferred way, or would you take your whole day and make it completely different? For example, you could revise that meeting you had and make it even better… OR you could revise your day to be in Paris or on the beach with friends. Which would you do?”  Marty

neville_golddard_revision_quoteHey mate,

Here is what we would do.   We would revise each aspect of the day into the best possible version of it.  Turn “bad into good” and so this doesn’t feel like “trauma treatment” – make sure you turn “good events into great events”.

Where on the other hand, just chucking the entire day into the rubbish bin and creating a day in Paris doesn’t really “redo” the day you had – into something that GIVES to you.

Don’t settle for a distraction – when you can give life to a creation!

Did you notice what Neville did here?

The present moment is a formed imaginal act. Arrest it, and you can change it in yourself by following the advice given in the 18th chapter of the Book of Jeremiah:” ‘Arise! Go down to the potter’s house and I will let you hear my words.’ So I went down to the potter’s house and there he was working at his wheel. The image in his hand was misshapen, but he reworked it into another image as it seemed good to the potter to do.” – Neville Goddard

So the word translated potter means imagination. So you use your imagination to take the “clay of your day” and refashion it into the ideal that you see as fitting for you.

Notice how cool this gets here:

“Remember the day your boss criticized you, and you are molding an image of yourself based upon what he said. Being undesirable, that image is misshapen. Unable to discard yourself, go down to the potter’s house by taking the same scene and reshaping yourself by remembering the day your boss congratulated you on your accomplishments. Will this act change your world? Yes! I tell you: the God of the universe is shaping you morning, noon, and night, as you accept words, actions, and events from seeming others.” – Neville Goddard

So you see, Neville doesn’t say to imagine a trip to Paris or Pittsburgh.

Those imaginary trips could be a nice pleasant distraction – but not REALLY tie into your day in a way that rewrites and rewires it in your reality, he says to reshape the clay of the day – turn the lacking into loving. To turn what hurt into what heals.

This is why we love sharing and teaching Neville Goddard.  His methods are truly creative, and not a pleasant distraction.   They change lives and they open the floodgates of love and life in the world.   Thank you Marty for your question today, and if you want to dive deeper and get even more amazing shifts in life – click the links below.

Many blessings!

Mr Twenty Twenty and Victoria

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  1. Rich Okun says:

    TT and V

    I have used revisioning very successfully in my relationship with my wife.

    From time to time an issue will get blown out of proportion because of how one of us is feeling and in the past, this would linger sometimes for days or weeks.

    However, lately, when it happens (and it has been happening much less frequently) – rather than watch and listen and integrate what might be said in anger and hurtful as well as denigrating, I revise it on the spot and when the heated moment passes, I revise it further to remake the event –

    I can honestly tell you that very soon after that a reconciliation, and apology (almost unheard of in the past :}) occurs and we have never been closer, than we have become..
    Thank you
    Rich

    • Gail Moe says:

      Thank you Rich – your sharing is very helpful and a wonderful confirmation of revision! It is also very timely. I have been thinking lately of an estranged friend and I’ve noticed every time I think or speak of her it is about what went wrong with our friendship and how troubled she is. I tell the same story over and over again – in my head or out loud – and, not surprisingly, we remain estranged. I will start today telling a new story with a different outcome. Appreciate it!

  2. Lisa says:

    Beautiful and typically CLEAR: I love the distinction of making up a Parisian Day… or of making up the perfect re-make of the day as it unfolded. It is easy to see one would be a distraction… at least to the young and still fettered mind.
    I would be correct that ultimately, the imagined Paris would not be a distraction, if truly preferred, right? But also true, that as stated above in the question… it would be a distracted energy rather than a (truly) focused imagination.
    Would you comment?

  3. hazel says:

    lovin’ it…

  4. Brian says:

    The present moment is a formed imaginal act.

    the God of the universe is shaping you morning, noon, and night, as you accept words, actions, and events from seeming others.

    Wow, there’s a lot to be had from these statements. I’m really glad I didn’t skim right over these two! Ha Ha!

    • Mr Twenty Twenty says:

      Thanks Brian!

      That is EXACTLY why we do what we do mate. It is SO EASY to skim over some of the SOLID GOLD that Neville has for us. When we were writing Freedom and Power – it was great fun for me and Victoria to sit and talk about each paragraph of the lecture. (We transcribed them, triple checked the transcript, chatted about each bit and then wrote the books.

      Tons of “work” but great fun, going that deep. It’s like we put in 20 hours of concentrated effort on each 45 minute lecture.

      Blessings mate and thank you for being here. Nice smile!

      TT and V