Law of Assumption for Prosperity: It is in Alignment with God’s Promises!

Law of Assumption for Prosperity: It is in Alignment with God’s Promises!

A divine abundance and prosperity? Yes, this is the promise, that if our beliefs and actions are based on promises of God prosperity is ours.

Foundations of Prosperity:

  1. Genesis 8:22: “While the earth remains, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.” Understand that seasons of abundance are woven into the very fabric of existence.
  2. Deuteronomy 8:18: “But thou shalt remember the LORD thy God: for it is he that giveth thee power to get wealth…” Acknowledge that your ability to create wealth is divinely endowed.
  3. Joshua 1:8: “This book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth…for then thou shalt make thy way prosperous, and then thou shalt have good success.” Immerse yourself in God’s teachings to pave the way for prosperity.
  4. Psalm 1:3: “And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season…” Envision yourself as a tree of abundance, rooted in divine nourishment.
  5. Proverbs 10:22: “The blessing of the LORD, it maketh rich, and he addeth no sorrow with it.” Embrace the richness bestowed upon you by the divine, free from burdens.

Guiding Principles for Prosperity:

  1. Matthew 6:33: “But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.” Prioritize alignment with God’s will, and prosperity shall follow.
  2. Luke 6:38: “If you give, you will receive. Your gift will return to you in full measure, pressed down, shaken together to make room for more, and running over.” Embrace the principle of generosity, for in giving, you receive.
  3. 2 Corinthians 9:6: “But this I say, He which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly; and he which soweth bountifully shall reap also bountifully.” Plant seeds of goodness and watch them flourish into abundance.
  4. Philippians 4:19: “But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” Trust in God’s abundant provision for all your needs.

Affirmations for Prosperity:

  1. I am a steward of divine abundance, aligning my actions with God’s principles.
  2. Every day, I sow seeds of goodness, knowing that they will blossom into prosperity.
  3. The blessings of the LORD make me rich, free from sorrow and burdens.
  4. My faith in God’s promises is unwavering, and I walk the path of prosperity with confidence.
  5. As I seek God’s kingdom and righteousness, all aspects of my life overflow with divine abundance.

creating a life immersed in the prosperity that God has ordained for you and claim the prosperity promised to you.

100 Promises!

Let these 100 verses guide you on a journey towards prosperity, aligning your thoughts and actions with the divine principles that assure us of a life overflowing with God’s blessings.

1. Genesis 8:22: As the seasons change, so does the promise of abundance. I trust in the cycles of sowing and reaping set by God.

2. Genesis 15:1: I am not alone; the Lord is my shield and exceeding great reward. In Him, I find prosperity beyond measure.

3. Deuteronomy 6:10-11: God fulfills His promise of goodly cities, houses, and abundance. I claim the prosperity He has prepared for me.

4. Deuteronomy 8:18: I acknowledge God as the source of my wealth, and I embrace His covenant of prosperity.

5. Deuteronomy 28:2: I listen to the voice of the Lord, inviting His blessings to overtake me.

6. Deuteronomy 28:12: God opens His treasure for me, blessing the work of my hands. I lend to nations and borrow not.

7. Deuteronomy 29:9: I keep the words of God’s covenant, ensuring prosperity in all that I do.

8. Joshua 1:7: Strengthened and courageous, I follow God’s law, ensuring prosperity in my every endeavor.

9. Joshua 1:8: I meditate on God’s law day and night, paving the way for prosperity and success.

10. 1 Chronicles 29:11-12: I recognize God’s greatness, and I embrace the riches and honor that come from Him.

11. 2 Chronicles 26:5: Seeking God leads to prosperity. I seek Him in all I do.

12. 2 Chronicles 31:21: With a whole heart, I serve God, and in return, I prosper in all my works.

13. Job 22:28 (NLT): I decide with confidence, knowing that my plans will be accomplished, and light will guide my path.

14. Psalm 1:3: Like a tree planted by water, I bring forth fruit in due season. I prosper in all I do.

15. Psalm 21:2 (NLT): God grants the desires of my heart, holding back nothing that I request.

16. Psalm 23:1 (NLT): The Lord is my shepherd; I lack nothing. In Him, I find all that I need.

17. Psalm 25:12-13: Those who fear the Lord are taught the way to choose, dwelling in ease and inheriting the earth.

18. Psalm 30:6: In prosperity, I stand firm, unmoved by challenges.

19. Psalm 35:27: Joy and gladness accompany those who favor the righteous cause of the Lord.

20. Psalm 37:4: Delighting in the Lord, He gives me the desires of my heart.

21. Psalm 37:25: I have witnessed the righteous not forsaken, nor their seed begging bread.

22. Psalm 57:2: I cry to God most high, the performer of all things for me.

23. Psalm 68:19: Blessed be the Lord, who daily loads me with benefits, the God of my salvation.

24. Psalm 105:37: God brings forth silver and gold, and none are feeble among His people.

25. Psalm 107:37 (NLT): I sow fields, plant vineyards, and harvest bumper crops, for God’s prosperity is upon me.

26. Psalm 112:1,3 (Amp): Praise the Lord! Blessed is the one who fears and worships Him, for prosperity dwells in their house.

27. Psalm 118:25: I call upon the Lord for prosperity, for He is my source.

28. Psalm 122:6: I pray for the peace of Jerusalem, and in loving it, I prosper.

29. Psalm 127:6 (NLT): Though we weep in sowing, joy accompanies the harvest.

30. Proverbs 3:9-10 (NLT): I honor the Lord with my wealth, and my barns overflow with His blessings.

31. Proverbs 8:21 (NLT): Loving wisdom, I inherit wealth, and my treasuries are filled.

32. Proverbs 10:4: Diligence leads to riches; I work with a faithful hand.

33. Proverbs 10:22: The blessing of the Lord makes me rich, free from sorrow.

34. Proverbs 11:24 (NLT): Generosity brings wealth; those who refresh others will be refreshed.

35. Proverbs 13:22 (NLT): Good people leave an inheritance; I am mindful of the legacy I create.

36. Proverbs 22:4 (AMP): Humility brings riches, honor, and life; I humbly reverence the Lord.

37. Proverbs 28:20: My faithfulness abounds with blessings.

38. Ecclesiastes 2:26: God grants wisdom, knowledge, and joy to the good. I receive His gifts with gratitude.

39. Ecclesiastes 11:4: I sow regardless of circumstances, trusting in God’s abundant harvest.

40. Isaiah 45:3: God reveals hidden treasures, secret riches, showing His omnipotence.

41. Isaiah 48:17 (NLT): The Lord teaches me to profit and leads me in the way I should go.

42. Isaiah 54:17: No weapon formed against me shall prosper, for I am the Lord’s servant.

43. Isaiah 60:5 (NLT): Merchants from around the world bring me wealth, and my heart thrills with joy.

44. Isaiah 65:24 (NLT): God answers my prayers before I even call, showing His abundance.

45. Jeremiah 32:17: Nothing is too hard for the Lord, the creator of heaven and earth.

46. Jeremiah 32:27: The Lord, the God of all flesh, can do anything. I trust in His power.

47. Jeremiah 33:3: I call upon the Lord, and He shows me great and mighty things I do not know.

48. Matthew 6:25-34 (NLT): I do not worry about life’s necessities; my focus is on God’s kingdom, and He provides abundantly.

49. Matthew 7:7-8: I ask, seek, and knock, receiving from the generous Father who delights in giving.

50. Matthew 7:11 (NLT): My heavenly Father gives good gifts to those who ask; I receive with gratitude.

51. Mark 9:23: I believe, and all things are possible through faith.

52. Luke 6:38 (NLT): I give generously, and

my generosity returns to me pressed down, shaken together, and running over.

53. Luke 12:32 (NLT): I do not fear, for it pleases my Father to give me the Kingdom.

54. John 10:10: Christ came for abundant life, and I claim that abundance in Him.

55. John 14:13: Whatever I ask in Jesus’ name, He will do, bringing glory to the Father.

56. Romans 8:17: As a child of God, I share in His treasures, for I am joint-heirs with Christ.

57. Romans 8:31-32: God, who gave His Son for me, freely gives all things. I receive with gratitude.

58. Romans 8:37 (NLT): Overwhelming victory is mine through Christ’s love.

59. 1 Corinthians 1:9: God is faithful; I am called into fellowship with His Son, Jesus Christ.

60. 1 Corinthians 15:57: Thanks be to God, who gives me victory through Jesus Christ.

61. 2 Corinthians 1:20 (NIV): In Christ, all God’s promises are “Yes,” and I say “Amen” to the glory of God.

62. 2 Corinthians 2:14: Thanks be to God, who always leads me to triumph in Christ.

63. 2 Corinthians 5:7: I walk by faith, not by sight, trusting in the promises of God.

64. 2 Corinthians 6:2: Now is the accepted time; now is the day of salvation and prosperity.

65. 2 Corinthians 8:9: Though Christ was rich, for my sake, He became poor, that I through His poverty might be rich.

66. 2 Corinthians 8:12 (NLT): Eager to give, I offer what I have, knowing God desires my willing heart.

67. 2 Corinthians 9:6: I sow generously, reaping bountifully according to God’s promise.

68. 2 Corinthians 9:8 (NLT): God generously provides all I need, with surplus to share with others.

69. 2 Corinthians 9:10: God multiplies my seed sown, increasing the fruits of righteousness.

70. Galatians 3:13: Christ redeemed me from the curse, and I walk in the freedom of His abundance.

71. Galatians 6:7: I sow intentionally, knowing that my harvest aligns with my seeds.

72. Galatians 6:9: I do not grow weary in well-doing, for in due season, I reap a harvest if I do not faint.

73. Philippians 1:11: Filled with the fruits of righteousness, I bring glory and praise to God.

74. Philippians 4:19: My God supplies all my needs according to His riches in glory through Christ Jesus.

75. Colossians 1:12: I give thanks to the Father, who made me fit to partake in the inheritance of the saints in light.

76. 2 Timothy 2:13 (NIV): Even in faithlessness, God remains faithful, for He cannot disown Himself.

77. Hebrews 6:12: I am not slothful but a follower of faith and patience, inheriting God’s promises.

78. Hebrews 11:1: Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. I trust in the unseen promises of God.

79. Hebrews 13:5: Content and free from covetousness, I am assured that God will never leave nor forsake me.

80. James 4:2 (NLT): I ask God for what I want, trusting that He will provide.

81. 2 Peter 1:3-4: God has given me all things that pertain to life and godliness. I partake in His divine nature, escaping the corruption of the world.

82. 3 John 1:2: I wish above all things to prosper and be in health, even as my soul prospers.

I declare my alignment with the divine principles of prosperity. I am confident that as I walk in faith, gratitude, His promises of abundance manifest in every aspect of my life.

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“Living From the End” Equals Having Integrity

“Living From the End” Equals Having Integrity

Consciousness is the one and only reality. We are incapable of seeing other than the contents of our own consciousness

Neville Goddard

To put off your old self, which belongs to your former manner of life and is corrupt through deceitful desires, and to be renewed in the spirit of your minds, and to put on the new self, created after the likeness of God in true righteousness and holiness.

Ephesians 4.22-24

To live from the end is to step into the shoes of the self who has already achieved the desired outcomes. It’s not merely a visualization exercise; it’s a shift in mindset and being. The person at the end of the journeylives and breathes a sense of worthiness, and this self-assuredness becomes the driving force behind the manifestation process

Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come.

Corinthians 5.17

Becoming that person at the fulfillment of our wishes involves dismantling limiting beliefs and embracing self-concept. It’s about recognizing and internalizing our own value, independent of external circumstances or validations.

Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind

Romans 12.2

Neville Goddard’s “Everyone is You Pushed Out” (EIYPO) methods offer profound insights. However, it’s crucial to follow this path with integrity and a genuine understanding of the underlying principles.

Manifestation isn’t about manipulating or dominating others, as I often see individuals trying to do; rather it’s a journey inward. “Living from the end” means shedding false beliefs of defeat and embracing a healthy self-concept.

For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.

Jeremiah 29.11

The Law of Assumption dictates that we sit next to the version of ourselves that has conquered obstacles. This internal shift involves seeing the world through the eyes of the one who is confident and worthy. The focus is on personal growth, not on external control.

Therefore, hate betrays us in the hour of victory and condemns us to be that which we condemn. All conquest results in an exchange of characteristics, so that conquerors become like the conquered foe

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Attempting to manipulate others from a place of fear and clinginess contradictsLaw of Assumption. If actions are rooted in unworthiness, nothing changes fundamentally, and one may find themselves stuck in a cycle of unfulfillment.

We radiate the world that surrounds us by the intensity of our imagination and feeling. But in this third-dimensional world of ours time beats slowly. And so we do not always observe the relationship of the visible world to our inner nature.

Now that is really what I meant. I thought I had said it. That I may not be misunderstood, that is my principle. You and I can contemplate an ideal, and become it by falling in love with it.

On the other hand, we can contemplate something we heartily dislike and by condemning it we will become it. But because of the slowness of time in this three-dimensional world, when we do become what we contemplated we have forgotten that formerly we set out to worship or destroy it.

Neville Goddard

Remember, the power lies in your ability to transform, not in controlling external circumstances.

Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change.

James 1.17

Especially for anyone manifesting love, keep all this in mind as there are too many teaching manipulation and domination. “Living from the end” means that this person LOVES you, and that means that you have a responsibility to safekeep their love. This person is now making you their peace, and it is a great responsibility, so don’t go out their dominating or manipulating because you are affirming “this person adores me”, and suddnly you think that you can just do anything you want to this person. That is like dropping their heart on the ground. Live from the end, this person loves you, have reverence for that love. If you were manifesting a better position at work, it would come with greater responsibility. Accept the greater responsibility by growing into it now.

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Master Your State in 1 Step

Master Your State in 1 Step

Did you react to circumstance?

To master your emotional state, focus on controlling your attention, not your emotions. Instead of wrestling with negativity, failure, or fear, consciously direct your focus. For instance, when angry, acknowledge it, create distance by repeating, “My anger only hurts myself,” then shift your attention to a chosen prayer or affirmation for a minute. By controlling your awareness, you guide yourself back to a neutral state, and from there you can easily get back into your desired state. (Live from the end) It’s all about mastering your focus.

When you want to DO something:

I hear your struggles. When you get anxious you feel so SURE that you should take an action to prevent your anxiety from building up. When you are angry you feel so justified in your state of indignation, and I experience the same thing, we all do. But the way to your goals is not about reacting to circumstances or emotions, it is about staying in your “end state’. That is what Law of Assumption is all about, it is really ONLY that. Master your state. But something happens and out of the state we fall…

When faced with negativity, failure, or fear, our instinct is be to grapple with the emotions directly. To subdue them, to react on them, to escape them. However, focusing on these emotions only solidifies a state of loss, depression, anxiety, or anger. Instead, shift your attention consciously.

Let me explain what I mean by attention

Take anger, for instance. Rather than attempting to abruptly cease anger, acknowledge it and create a mental buffer by repeating to yourself, “Whenever I get angry, I will remind myself that my anger only hurts myself.” Repeat this five times to create distance from the emotion, breaking the sense of urgency that often accompanies anger.

Next, forcibly direct your attention to a pre-selected prayer or affirmation.( Ihave two go to prayers that I use for moments like these) Immerse yourself in it for a minute or two. Remarkably, your anger has dissipad, not because you tried to control it directly, but because you steered your awareness. This simple act empowers you to reclaim control and guide yourself back into your desired emotional state. Have you ever battled anger issues? If you have, you know how hard it is to stop anger in its tracks. Try this instead, it works.

It makes no differnce what emotion it was that threw you out of your state, this still works. It is all about ATTENTION, not about emotion. If you feel hurt or sad, the same principle applies. First gain some distance to your emotion by declaring that it doesn’t serve you. -“Whenever I feel sad and hurt, I will remind myself that God’s ordained purpose for me is joy” (for example) and repeat it five times. That is enough to create a space, and from this space shift you attention to a chosen prayer or affirmation. Stay with your prayer or affirmation as long as you need, keeping your attention only on the prayer (affirmation, chant, mantra etc)

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From here you should be able to find your way back into your chosen end state, and voila.

By controlling your awareness, you guide yourself back to your desired emotional state. It’s not about suppressing emotions; it’s about mastering your focus. Your focused attention.

Chapter Six (Attention)

The Power of Awareness

A double-minded man is unstable in all his ways. James 1:8

ATTENTION IS forceful in proportion to the narrowness of its focus, that is, when it is obsessed with a single idea or sensation. It is steadied and powerfully focused only by such an adjustment of the mind as permits you to see one thing only, for you steady the attention and increase its power by confining it. The desire which realizes itself is always a desire upon which attention is exclusively concentrated, for an idea is endowed with power only in proportion to the degree of attention fixed on it. Concentrated observation is the attentive attitude directed from1 some specific end. The attentive attitude involves selection, for when you pay attention, it signifies that you have decided to focus your attention on one object or state rather than on another.

Therefore, when you know what you want, you must deliberately focus your attention on the feeling of your wish fulfilled until that feeling fills the mind and crowds all other ideas out of consciousness.

The power of attention is the measure of your inner force.

Concentrated observation of one thing shuts out other things and causes them to disappear.

The great secret of success is to focus the attention on the feeling of the wish fulfilled without permitting any distraction. All progress depends upon an increase of attention. The ideas which impel you to action are those which dominate the consciousness, those which possess the attention. The idea which excludes all others from the field of attention discharges in action.

This one thing I do, forgetting those things that are behind, I press toward the mark.

Philippians 3:13,14

This means you, this one thing you can do, “forgetting those things that are behind”. You can press toward the mark of filling your mind with the feeling of the wish fulfilled.

To the unenlightened man, this will seem to be all fantasy, yet all progress comes from those who do not take the accepted view, nor accept the world as it is. As was stated heretofore, if you can imagine what you please, and if the forms of your thought are as vivid as the forms of nature, you are, by virtue of the power of your imagination, master of your fate.

Your imagination is you yourself, and the world as your imagination sees it is the real world.

When you set out to master the movements of attention, which must be done if you would successfully alter the course of observed events, it is then you realize how little control you exercise over your imagination and how much it is dominated by sensory impressions and by a drifting on the tides of idle moods.

To aid in mastering the control of your attention, practice this exercise:

Night after night, just before you drift off to sleep, strive to hold your attention on the activities of the day in reverse order. Focus your attention on the last thing you did, that is, getting in to bed, and then move it backward in time over the events until you reach the first event of the day, getting out of bed. This is no easy exercise, but just as specific exercises greatly help in developing specific muscles, this will greatly help in developing the “muscle” of your attention.

Your attention must be developed, controlled, and concentrated in order to change your concept of yourself successfully and thereby change your future.

Imagination is able to do anything, but only according to the internal direction of your attention.

If you persist night after night, sooner or later you will awaken in yourself a centre of power and become conscious of your greater self, the real you.

Attention is developed by repeated exercise or habit.

Through habit, an action becomes easier, and so, in course of time, gives rise to a facility or faculty, which can then be put to higher uses.

When you attain control of the internal direction of your attention, you will no longer stand in shallow water, but will launch out into the deep of life.

You will walk in the assumption of the wish fulfilled as on a foundation more solid even than earth.

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Make it across the Bridge without incidence!

Make it across the Bridge without incidence!

You will Cross A bridge

A bridge of incidents wil appear in your world….

“If you tell them it came to pass because you simply imagined it – no, they will point to the series of events that led up to it, and they will give credit to the bridge of incidents, across which you walked towards the fulfillment of that state, and they will point out some physical thing that was the cause.

No, the cause is invisible, for the cause is God, and God is invisible to mortal eye.”

Neville Goddard

Faith will get you across the bridge, but can you mess uop your manifestation?

Neville Goodard on FAILIURE:

The Power Of Awareness Chapter 24 Failiure

This book would not be complete without some discussion of failure in the attempted use of the law of assumption. It is entirely possible that you either have had or will have a number of failures in this respect – many of them in really important matters.

If, having read this book, having a thorough knowledge of the application and working of the law of assumption, you faithfully apply it in an effort to attain some intense desire and fail, what is the reason? If, to the question “Did you persist enough?”, you can answer “Yes” – and still the attainment of your desire was not realized, what is the reason for failure?

The answer to this is the most important factor in the successful use of the law of assumption. The time it takes your assumption to become fact, your desire to be fulfilled, is directly proportionate to the naturalness of your feeling of already being what you want to be – of already having what you desire.

The fact that it does not feel natural to you to be what you imagine yourself to be is the secret of your failure. Regardless of your desire, regardless of how faithfully and intelligently you follow the law, if you do not feel natural about what you want to be, you will not be it. If it does not feel natural to you to get a better job, you will not get a better job. The whole principle is vividly expressed by the Bible phrase “you die in your sins” – you do not transcend from your present level to the state desired.

How can this feeling of naturalness be achieved?

The secret lies in one word – imagination. For example, this is a very simple illustration: assume that you are securely chained to a large heavy iron bench. You could not possibly run, in fact you could not even walk. In these circumstances, it would not be natural for you to run. You could not even feel that it was natural for you to run. But you could easily imagine yourself running. In that instant, while your consciousness is filled with your imagined running, you have forgotten that you are bound. In imagination, your running was completely natural.

The essential feeling of naturalness can be achieved by persistently filling your consciousness with imagination – imagining yourself being what you want to be or having what you desire.

Progress can spring only from your imagination, from your desire to transcend your present level.

What you truly and literally must feel is that with your imagination, all things are possible. You must realize that changes are not caused by caprice, but by a change of consciousness. You may fail to achieve or sustain the particular state of consciousness necessary to produce the effect you desire.

But, once you know that consciousness is the only reality and is the sole creator of your particular world and have burnt this truth into your whole being, then you know that success or failure is entirely in your own hands. Whether or not you are disciplined enough to sustain the required state of consciousness in specific instances has no bearing on the truth of the law itself – that an assumption, if persisted in, will harden into fact. The certainty of the truth of this law must remain despite great disappointment and tragedy – even when you “see the light of life go out and all the world go on as though it were still day”. You must not believe that because your assumption failed to materialize, the truth that assumptions do materialize is a lie. If your assumptions are not fulfilled, it is because of some error or weakness in your consciousness.

However, these errors and weaknesses can be overcome.

Therefore, press on to the attainment of ever higher levels by feeling that you already are the person you want to be. And remember that the time it takes your assumption to become reality is proportionate to the naturalness of being it.

Neville Goddard

Don’t remove the planks in the bridge:

Walk across a bridge that is strong, solid, and straight by maintaining faith, by rebuking doubts, and by revoking indecision. Anytime you allow fear doubt or indecision it is as if you are removing the planks out of the bridge, and suddenly it gets hard to cross.

You’ll get tempted to give up and turn back around.

-“It’s not working” you’ll say, but it is, it is working, your fear is working against you isn’t it?

You assumed a feeling of, let’s say, smelling roses. You are consious of smelling roses, but you don’t see any roses, then doubt creeps in. One plank romoved from your bridge.

TRUST your decision to smell roses. CHANGE the word MANIFEST, to the word DECISION. Or AWARENESS. “I decided to smell roses”. “I am aware of smelling roses”.

But you trust your senses instead of your DECISION, instead of your AWARENESS, and you say “I don’t smell any roses”. One MORE plank removed from your bridge.

The more FEAR, DOUB, or Indescision you let in, the more planks you remove from the bridge.

Decide that you will walk across a SOLID bridge, and keep your awareness of smelling roses. Decide, keep the faith, and be confident in your awareness of smelling roses.

Bridge of events:

“Who knows what you are imagining? No one knows, but you can sit down and imagine, and no one can stop you from doing it, but can you give reality to the imagined state?

If you do, yes, a bridge of incidents will appear in your world, and you’ll walk across some series of events leading up to the fulfillment of the imaginal state.

But don’t give causation to any physical step that you took towards the fulfillment of it.”

– Neville Goddard

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You Are Alway Living From The End Of Something

You Are Alway Living From The End Of Something

Neville goddard teaches us that the state of mind manifests around us as our circumstances, and that we are always in a state.

What is “living from the end?”

Living from the end means mentally experiencing and embodying the feelings and outcomes as if your desire has already been fulfilled. It is assuming the “state of mind” that you are in once your hopes and dreams are reality.

Defeat is also an end state

Maybe you are living from the end of rejection? Living from the end means that you are manifesting your mental state into being. CHange the state of rejection to acceptance, and your state of being will manifest. The end state is your current viw point, and when you are asleep to your creative powers, the end state can be any failiure, defeat or storm of life.

Alseep or Awake?

” Luke tells the parable of Jesus, who – upon entering a boat with his disciples, falls asleep as they set sail. When a storm wind descended upon the lake they woke him, saying: “Master we are perishing.” Then He rebuked the wind, and the raging waves became quiet, and there was a great calm. I tell you: the one who fell asleep caused the storm, and is the same being as the one who – upon awakening – quails it; for there is no other.”

Neville Goddard

The one who fell asleep is the same one who awakes! The same you who forgets to CONSIOUSLY change state to the desired end state is the same you who suddenly remembers! – “OH! I remember now, I am desired! I am successfull! I am wealthy!, I suddenly rememebr!”

Asleep is like the end state of failure

In this world Christ is asleep, and the wars, confusions, depressions, and horrors, appear because of his dreams. And the world will know no peace, happiness, wealth, or joy, until Christ awakes. If you are unaware of your imaginal activity, you are asleep relative to it. 

Neville Goddard

And if you are asleep to your creative power you are under the spell of the world, Maya, and you automatically LIVE FROM THE END of what the world shows you. Unaware, you agree to live in the end of wars, confusion, depression, horrors and more….

Man is the ark of God and everything is contained within him. Asleep, the storms range; but when man awakes, the stormy seas will be no more.

Neville Goddard

Awake is “the state of the wish fulfilled”

Deny the accidental stae, and agree with God’s word wich is perfection. “ I have sworn by myself, the word is gone out of my mouth in righteousness, and shall not return, That unto me every knee shall bow, every tongue shall swear.” – Isiah 45

There is quite a difference between being awake to your imaginal activities and being asleep to them. Awake, you can trace the event taking place on the outside to an imaginal act; but asleep you will find someone or something on the outside to be its cause.

Neville Goddard

Outside, you will be justified in our state, be it anger or fear, you can always find a reason for justifying your state, but the price you pay is always loss of some kind.

Having entered our body, we have fallen asleep to our creative power. But when we discipline our mind, we quail the storms. 

Neville Goddard

You are always living from the end of something, unaware, you live from the end of dfeat or rejection or loss, ut awake, you consiously move to the state of success, gain, wealth, fulfilmen and love. The promised land. This is your free will at work.

 Once your five senses are so disciplined you see, hear, taste, touch, and smell, only what you desire, then you quail the storms of doubt and fear within you, for you know who you are. 

Neville Goddard

Does anger block manifestation?

Doea anger or fear block your manifestation? You bet it does. Alseep to your power, you react in agreement with the world. Awakened to thecreative I AM, you move into the state of the wishfulfilled and there is nothing to be angry about, or fearful of. You are always living from the end of something, awaken to your end state, and calm your seas. Anger is the end state of defeat. Fear is the end state of loss. Awaken, and consiously chose your end state.

Living from the end of Miracles?

Every scriptural miracle is an acted parable. It is imagination who enters the boat called man and falls asleep in order for the journey of life to begin. Then the financial, marital, physical storms arise according to man’s dreams. He could dream of something lovely and know healthy, happy storms. But if he does not know that the cause of the weal is his imaginal activity, he will continue to dwell in the storms of life until the disciples rouse him to remembrance.

Neville Goddard

Awake, you become aware that your thoughts had agreed with the world. Awake you see that you were just one of the sleeping masses, and nothing more. Awake you become aware of the thoughts and speech that creates, your choice is to enter into and give life to a new state. The state of respect, acceptance, love, the state of fulfilment.

Verily thou art a God that hidest thyself,

Isiah 45

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Stop Getting in Your Own Way: The Art of Letting Go in Manifestation

Stop Getting in Your Own Way: The Art of Letting Go in Manifestation

Have you set an intention, prayed, affirmed, and diligently followed the steps of manifestation, only to find yourself frustrated with the lack of results? It’s a common struggle, and the answer might lie in a fundamental shift in mindset. When it comes to manifesting, it’s not about doing more; it’s about getting out of your own way.


As a mindset coach, I often encounter individuals who are stuck in the trap of “doership.” The belief that manifesting requires constant action and effort is a misconception that hinders the natural flow of the manifestation process. I’m not here to guide you through a series of action steps; instead, I want to emphasize the importance of adopting the right mindset.

Neville Goddard referred to this mindset shift as being in the right “state,” while the Bible calls it being “under a spirit.” The key here is to recognize that your work is done when you set the intention. Now, it’s time to trust and have faith in the process. “I have not given you a spirit of fear, but of power, and of love and of a sound mind” All other states of mind beside for POWER, LOVE and A CLEAR MIND, are false beliefs!

You’ve made the call, now get out of the way

Imagine you’ve called for an ambulance, and you see the flashing lights approaching. What’s the appropriate response? Nothing. In fact, you pull over to the side of the road, allowing the emergency vehicles to pass without interference. Similarly, in manifestation, any attempt to interfere or manipulate the process can only hinder the desired outcome.

Doership or Mindset Shift?

Manifestation is not a “doing” method; it’s a mindset method. Once you’ve set the intention, your role shifts from doing to trusting and having faith. Trying to intervene or control the situation is counterproductive. It’s like trying to push a car that’s already in motion – unnecessary and potentially harmful.

How do I let go?

The concept of letting go and allowing the divine forces to work is essential in manifestation. Manipulation, or attempting to force the manifestation through your own efforts, is not aligned with the divine. It belongs to the world of opposing forces.

So, what should you do after setting your intention? Trust and have faith. It sounds simple, yet it’s a profound shift in perspective. This doesn’t mean sitting idly by; it means finding other aspects of your life to focus on. Engage in activities that bring you joy, work on personal development, or simply enjoy the present moment. So how do you ley go? By doing something entirely different. Go read a book for example, or have dinner with a friend. It doesn’t matter so long as it isn’t micromanaging, manipulating or finagling.

So what do you need to do?

Remember, your work was done when you set the intention. Now, it’s time to step aside and let your desires unfold in a perfect way that benefits everyone it touches. Trust, have faith, and watch as your manifestations unfold effortlessly when you get out of your own way. What do you need to do? SET AN INTENTION. Speak it, affirm it, pray it. Just let your words state your intention, and then get into the state of the wish fulfilled.

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“Let The Week Say I’m Strong” | The Power Of Words

Let The Week Say I’m Strong

Joel 3.10

Are you putting YOURSELF down in your speach?

Things like, “Ughh I sounded so stupid” or “Why would anyone want to date me?” or “You’ve failed so many times so stop trying.” They’re things we would never tell another person and yet we say these things to ourselves all the time.

We put ourselves down, sometimes without even realizing it. Negative self-talk can impact one’s self-esteem, but more imprtantly it is like we curse our own future.

Many people tend to engage in self-deprecating or negative inner dialogues, often without realizing, but nonetheless being overly critical of themselves can be damaging to their mental health and well-being. If you wouldn’t say it to an infant, don’t say it of yourself! Learn the truth, your are made GOOD.

A person’s belly will be filled with the fruit of his mouth; with what his lips produce he will be filled.


Your speach, inner and outer, blesses or curses you. Chose the blessing.

Speak a Blessing on Yourself

To receive a Blessing from God we may speak a Blessing on ourselves:

That he who blesseth himself in the earth shall bless himself in the God of truth; and he that sweareth in the earth shall swear by the God of truth; because the former troubles are forgotten, and because they are hid from mine eyes.

Isiah 65

The one who wants to bless themselves, shall do so by SAYING it.

“For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare, and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope”

Jeremiah 29:11

You are ordained for good, not for failiure, loss, poverty, or heartache. For GOOD. When you chose to speak a Blessing on yourself you are affirming Gds purpose for your life. For Goodness. Affirmations are more than just a law of attraction gimmick, it is standing in agrrement with God’s plans for you. The one who wants a blassing, shall give themselves a blessing by saying it….

Who Are You?

And I love you as a perfect Father”

1 John 3:1; Luke 15:20–24

For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.

Ephesians 2.20

See what kind of love the Father has given to us, that we should be called children of God; and so we are.

John 3.1-2

Do you not know that you are God’s temple and that God’s Spirit dwells in you?

Corinthians 3.16

You are all sons of God

Galatians 3.26

Then God said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.” So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.


But God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.

Romans 5.8

If you don’t believe me that you are MADE for God’s Grace, will you read these verses over and over again until you understand that you are ordained for your good, only? Read the lasw quote again, “while we were still sinners Vhrist died for us” See, it doesn’t matter how many times you have spoken a “curse” over your own life, because God meant it for good anyway. Nut why take the long route, speak good, and give yourself a blessing the way you are meant to.

Positive affirmations ar not just a new age fad, it is standing in agreement with truth. It is speaking a blessing on your life. Believe in this.

Divine Power is in Your Mouth

May grace and peace be multiplied to you in the knowledge of God and of Jesus our Lord. His divine power has granted to us all things that pertain to life and godliness, through the knowledge of him who called us to his own glory and excellence, by which he has granted to us his precious and very great promises, so that through them you may become partakers of the divine nature.

2 Peter 1

What good things have been give to you? Exactly, ALL things.

Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it will eat its fruits.


What power is in the tongue? The power of death and life, and everything in between.

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

John 1.1

What is the word?

The word IS GOD.

Say that one more time: “AND THE WORD WAS GOD.”

From the same mouth come blessing and cursing. My brothers, these things ought not to be so.

James 3.1

Who controls your mouth? YOU DO!

So also the tongue is a small member, yet it boasts of great things. How great a forest is set ablaze by such a small fire!

James 3.5

Yes your word accomplishes way more that you think, it sets a forest ablaze, so choose your speach and may it be pleasing to your heart and soul. Speak a blessing.

Let’s look at the whole paragraph, it is so good:

“And if anyone does not stumble in what he says, he is a perfect man, able also to bridle his whole body. If we put bits into the mouths of horses so that they obey us, we guide their whole bodies as well. Look at the ships also: though they are so large and are driven by strong winds, they are guided by a very small rudder wherever the will of the pilot directs. So also the tongue is a small member, yet it boasts of great things. How great a forest is set ablaze by such a small fire!”

The Power Of Affirmations

Ah, yes it seems so insignificant, and yet, it steers your destiny. Speak a blessing! Bless yourself becasue “So that he who blesses himself in the earth Shall bless himself in the God of truth; And he who swears in the earth Shall swear by the God of truth; Because the former troubles are forgotten, And because they are hidden from My eyes.” Isiah 65.16

When you bless yourself blessings come looking for you

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