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Neville Goddard

Nobody was more influential to this transformation than Neville Goddard (1905 - 1972). Born in Barbados, West Indies, Neville (as he preferred to be called by his students) began writing and lecturing on metaphysics in the United States in the 1930s, sharing his profound insight into the power of consciousness to pierce the veil that hides our true natures.

The resulting body of work, which includes books as well as lectures, many of which are available in audio as well as text form, stands as perhaps the most potent self-tranformational techniques ever offered to the lay public.

In his simple yet elegant style, Neville teaches that man's awareness of being is the Divine Being in action. By cultivating and directing this awareness, we assume the capacity to consciously enliven inner Imaginal Realities, which in turn become the foundation of our physical experience.
Unlike many lesser teachers, Neville drew on his own personal experience rather than theory or supposition, leading us on an amazing inward journey that culminates in the ultimate discovery of our own Godhood.

His writing is further enriched with material drawn from literature and, in particular, Christian Biblical Scripture, which he presents not as the historical record of an ancient civilisation or the biography of a man called Jesus, but as a great psychological drama taking place in the consciousness of every man, woman, and child.

Neville also maintained high standards of integrity, urging his students to test his words rather than just accepting them on faith alone. That legacy continues today, as new generations of truth seekers discover his teachings and learn how they can use them to help realise their goals, whether they be material or spiritual in nature.

This group has been set up to pursue Neville's dream of mans awakening.

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  • Mysticism
  • Sep 3, 2006
  • English

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