Neville Goddard Quotes

Who is Neville Goddard?

Neville Lancelot Goddard, known as Neville was an author in the New Thought movement.

Goddard wrote about the Bible, mysticism and self-help, especially the concept of self-belief and manifestation.

Born February 19, 1905
Died October 01, 1972

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“'I will be' is a confession that 'I am not' The Father's will is always 'I am'. Until you realize that you are the Father (there is only one 'I am' and your infinite self is that 'I am'), your will is always 'I will be'.”

“A change of circumstance happens as a result of a change in your state of consciousness.”

“A change of feeling is a change of destiny.”

“All you can possibly need or desire is already yours. Call your desires into being by imagining and feeling your wish fulfilled.”

“All you need is time… and you have it… now!”

“Always go to the end. Dwell in the end and you will hurt no one.”

“An awakened imagination works with a purpose. It creates and conserves the desirable, and transforms or destroys the undesirable.”

“Be careful of your moods and feelings, for there is an unbroken connection between your feelings and your visible world.”

“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.”

“Become aware of what you are thinking and you will recognize a law between your mood and your surrounding circumstances.”

“Believe that you are what you want to be.”

“Change your conception of yourself and you will automatically change the world in which you live.”

“Determined imagination, thinking from the end is the beginning of all miracles.”

“Do not try to change people; they are only messengers telling you who you are. Revalue yourself and they will confirm the change.”

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“Do not waste one moment in regret, for to think feelingly of the mistakes of the past is to re-infect yourself.”

“Do you believe in God? Believe also in your imagination.”

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“In order that an egg may cease being an egg and take on the new manifestation, the whole outer wall of its universe must give way, and appear to all in­tents and purposes as complete chaos and destruction, but in reality it is freedom for the new manifestation.”

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“Don’t condemn yourself for the state into which you have fallen. If you don’t like it, move into another.”

“Each person is born with an infinite power, against which no earthly force is of the slightest significance.”

“Everyone is free to create his world as he wants it if he knows that the whole thing is responding to him.”

“Everything depends upon our attitude towards ourselves. That which we will not affirm as true of ourselves cannot develop in our life.”

“Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.”

“Fear of loss brings loss into your world.”

“Fools exploit the world; the wise transfigure it.”

“For life makes no mistakes and always gives man that which man first gives himself.”

“Have faith in your imagined act.”

“Health, wealth, beauty, and genius are not created; they are only manifested by the arrangement of your mind – that is, by your concept of yourself, and your concept of yourself is all that you accept and consent to as true.”

“How would I feel if I were free?”

“I and my Father are one but my Father is greater than I. The conscious and subconscious are one, but the subconscious is greater than the conscious.”

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“If a man looks upon any other man and estimates that man as less than himself, then he is stealing from the other. He is stealing the other's birth right – that of equality.”

“If he does not know what he is doing, he can lose his wealth and not know how to recover it. I am asking you, regardless of your financial situation, to assume wealth, knowingly.”

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“Selfish human friendship is like a grain of mustard seed which is tightly grasped in the hand – it cannot grow nor develop, and is worthless. The right kind of friendship is like a mustard seed which is planted in fertile soil – it is constantly developing, and while it may be the joy of one, it is not shut out from others. As there is enough sunshine for all, so is there enough friendship and love for all.”

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