A mirror concept and EIYPO: Neville Goddard’s Perspective

Understanding Self-Reflection and Personal Growth: Neville Goddard’s Perspective

In our journey of self-discovery, conscious creation and personal growth, we discover the idea that our perception of ourselves is shaped by the people and circumstances around us, and we shape the appearance of the world around us though this perception.


This concept reflects the teachings of Neville Goddard and his concept of “Everything is You Pushed Out” (EIYPO). The interconnected nature of self-perception and external reflections, provides us with valuable insights into our own personal development and it allows us to harness the power within us to create.

“Change your conception of yourself and you will automatically change the world in which you live. Do not try to change people; they are only messengers telling you who you are. Revalue yourself and they will confirm the change.”

Neville Goddard

Everything around us is “US pushed out.”

The Reflection of Others

I cannot know myself except through the people around me.” This statement suggests that our understanding of ourselves is intricately linked to how we perceive others. When we interact with people, their actions, attitudes, and behaviors serve as a mirror that reflects back aspects of our own consciousness. By observing how we react and respond to others, we gain insights into our own beliefs. The reflection we see in others helps us recognize both our strengths and areas for growth. What a great thing! It is incredibly difficult to be consciously aware of all of our beliefs, but EIYPO gives us this gift of seeing it right before out very eyes. We call it “circumstances”.

Perceiving Through Our Own Lens

“I can only see through my own perception, and this is what I see in others.” This statement highlights the subjective nature of perception. Each individual perceives the world through their unique lens of beliefs, experiences, and conditioning. When we encounter people or situations, we interpret them based on our own filters and perspectives. Understanding this empowers us to take responsibility for our perceptions and recognize that what we see in others is a reflection of our own internal landscape.

 EIYPO: MySelf Pushed Out

Neville Goddard’s concept of “Everything is You Pushed Out” encapsulates the profound connection between our internal state and external experiences. It emphasizes that the people and circumstances we encounter in life are a reflection of our own consciousness. If we see qualities, traits, or situations that we admire or desire in others, it is a reflection of our own potential and possibilities. Conversely, if we encounter challenging or undesirable experiences, it is an opportunity to explore and transform the aspects within ourselves that contribute to those experiences. Take a moment to look around, what is your “Myself pushed out” right now?

Utilizing EIYPO for Personal Growth

Understanding that “I am me pushed out” is a transformative realization for personal growth. It invites us to examine our beliefs and intentions, recognizing that they shape the reality we experience. By consciously working on our self-concept and inner state, we can shift our external reflections. We can cultivate self-awareness, identify patterns and limiting beliefs, and choose new perspectives that align with our desired outcomes. Through self-reflection and inner transformation, we can create a positive ripple effect in our relationships, circumstances, and overall life experience.

The concept of self-concept, as understood through the teachings of Neville Goddard and the principle of EIYPO, offers profound insights into personal growth. By recognizing that our perception of ourselves is intertwined with the reflections we see in others, we gain valuable opportunities for self-discovery and transformation. Embracing the idea of “myself pushed out,” we take responsibility for our experiences and consciously shape our reality through inner alignment and self-awareness. Embrace this empowering understanding and embark on a journey of personal growth, creating a life filled with joy, abundance, and fulfillment.

Embracing Dualistic Reflections. Blessings in natures method of self growth

Understanding the interplay between self-concept, external reflections, and the dual nature of the world is crucial. EIYPO reveals to us  how our own perception of duality shapes our experiences. By exploring this dualistic nature and its relationship to self-concept, we can see beyond limiting beliefs and unlock new levels of existence.

Transcending Circumstances: Embracing Duality

Within the understanding of embracing dualistic reflections lies the profound opportunity to transcend circumstances and cultivate conscious creation. Rather than perceiving challenging or unfavorable situations as roadblocks, we can view them as blessings in disguise, inherent to nature’s method of self-evolution. By recognizing that our external reflections mirror our inner state of consciousness, we gain the power to transform any circumstance by first transforming ourselves. This shift in perspective allows us to navigate life with a sense of empowerment, embracing challenges as catalysts for growth and stepping stones towards our desired manifestations. In this way, we align ourselves with the infinite creative power within, transcending limitations,

 The Dualistic Nature of the World

The dualistic nature of the world implies the coexistence of opposites: light and dark, joy and sorrow, abundance and scarcity. This duality serves as the canvas on which we paint our experiences. It allows for contrast, growth, and the expansion of consciousness. Without this dualistic interplay, human experience would not exist. Navigating the dance between these opposites, brings us closer and closer to discovering our Godspark, and our united consiousness.

 The Illusion of Separation and Pure Consciousness

Beyond the realm of duality lies pure consciousness, an infinite field of unity and oneness where distinctions and divisions dissolve. In this state, there is no perception of duality,   there is only an awareness of the eternal present. However, in order to embark on the journey of self-discovery and personal growth, we temporarily embrace the dualistic experience, or appearance. Through self-perception we gain knowledge of our true nature.

Examples of Dualistic Reflections

Consider the relationship between success and failure. The external reflections we perceive may manifest as either triumphs or setbacks, depending on our inner state. If we hold limiting beliefs or fears of failure, we might attract experiences that mirror these beliefs. Conversely, when we cultivate a mindset of abundance and success, our external reflections shift accordingly. Similarly, in relationships, the way we perceive others is influenced by our own beliefs, insecurities, and desires. By understanding that these reflections are rooted in our own consciousness, we gain the power to transform our experiences. Our perception is BIASED towards its own program, and to change, to consciously create, we have to deliberately alter our bias.

Neville Goddard’s concept of EIYPO guides us to recognize that our perception of duality is an integral part of this human experience. It urges us to explore the interplay between self-perception and external reflections, allowing us to take responsibility for our reality.

As we embrace the dual nature of the world, we move closer to aligning our consciousness with our desires, unlocking the transformative power within ourselves. Embrace this understanding and embark on a path of self-awareness, transcending limitations, and manifesting a life of fulfillment, harmony, and purpose.

“Because of your belief in external things you think power into them by transferring the power that you are to the external thing. Realize you yourself are the power you have mistakenly given to outer conditions.”

Neville Goddard

“Consciousness is the one and only reality, not figuratively but actually. This reality may for the sake of clarity be likened unto a stream which is divided into two parts, the conscious and the subconscious. In order to intelligently operate the law of consciousness it is necessary to understand the relationship between the conscious and the subconscious. The conscious is personal and selective; the subconscious is impersonal and non-selective. The conscious is the realm of effect; the subconscious is the realm of cause. These two aspects are the male and female divisions of consciousness. The conscious is male; the subconscious is female. The conscious generates ideas and impresses these ideas on the subconscious; the subconscious receives ideas and gives form and expression to them. By this law-first conceiving an idea and then impressing the idea conceived on the subconscious-all things evolve out of consciousness;”

Neville Goddard

“The world is a mirror, forever reflecting what you are doing, within yourself.”

Neville Goddard

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