Thursday, November 11, 2010

Neville Goddard: Neville Lecture On The Effortless Manipulation Of Circumstance In Your Favor

"If I call you now and you answer, that’s one thing. Would you respond an hour later to the same call? If you persevere, you will.

"If now, an hour later, you think of yourself as you now - when you dare to assume that you are now the man that you want to be, an hour later, are you still assuming that state? If you’re not, you are not persevering.

"You are “the hearer who looked into the mirror, whose natural face” - he saw it, “then he went his way, and at once forgot what he looked like.”




"So, if one hour from now you are not still assuming that you are the man that you want to be, you have forgotten. You are the hearer and not the doer. And he warns us of the vast difference between being a hearer and being a doer. The doer acts."

- "The Perfect Law of Liberty" by Neville Goddard, author of The Law and the Promise

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

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