Last year in our year long Remarkable Training, we modeled the minds and strategies of many interesting and amazing people, including Napoleon Hill, Werner Erhard, Buckminster Fuller and Neville Goddard.
Neville’s mind was one of the most interesting to explore, someday I’ll share more details about that here and on NLP-Live. Today, I’d love to give you a tiny little golden nugget that opens up great doorways of possibility. “Assume the feeling of the wish fulfilled.”
Often simply assuming the feeling of “the wish fulfilled” removes doubt, hesitation, desperation from your body and invites you to think more clearly and act with more focus. I don’t know if assuming the feeling of the wish fulfilled actually changes anything in “the universe”, or attracts anything into your life – but more importantly – I do know for a fact that it changes how you behave, feel, think and connect with people around you.
So why not assume the feeling of the wish fulfilled, embrace all life has to offer you today, touch the earth and the people around you with love and….
Live your life to the fullest.
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Mr Twenty Twenty
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I used to wonder how it was that I attracted some things but not the others? THEN…I started to notice my behavior each time I attracted things. When I got my wish fulfilled was EXACTLY when I concentrated on the item wished WITHOUT thinking of anyting else. i had a deep thought with NO INTERRUPTIONS of anyting else. You will notice when you think about something, it happens! Good luck.
I just stumbled across Neville Goddard recently. I loved the quote “Assume the feeling of the wish fulfilled”. But How?
Unfortunately, no matter how much I love to assume the thought, can I just go start my expensive project and have faith and assume the money to pay for it will come? Thinking about it didn’t remove my doubt, so I’m meditating and waiting for a feeling of rightness.
I know I maybe “should” believe in myself and the Universe, but it kind of feels like I’d be sticking my neck out and asking for trouble.
How did you do your big change Twenty-Twenty? Did you just hang your hopes on faith?
Also, I am curious about what would be the best Neville book for a beginner to start with.
What is your opinion?
Was so great to meet up with you, You are larger than life and I bless you for it. One comment you made that really turned the key for me was “Let me be the miracle”. I have always waited for the miracle to happen never realising that it already was and I had missed it. I have a cigar for you, in the share tobacco scene, where will I send it. Hope you enjoyed your visit to NZ.
Thank you Dorothy! It was my pleasure. You are a gift to my world, and to those around you. Hugs!
Love your blog! I saw your link on neville goddard’s book club on facebook! Personally among all the self development teachers and writers Neville Goddard for me is the best of all, I love his esoteric translation of the bible!! He helped me understand the bible more and his teaches transformed my life. I truely grateful to Neville.
Thats why I set up the neville goddard book club and neville Goddard group on facebook to share my experience and introduce Neville to a new audience.
Great to meet you here. Keep stopping back, great to meet kindred spirits.
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