Author Topic: The Christ according to Neville Goddard  (Read 299 times)

Offline Sena

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The only version of Christ I can accept is that described by Neville Goddard. According to Neville, Christ was never a historical figure.

I am indebted to a former member of this forum, “strangerthings” for introducing me to Neville:

Here are some quotes from Neville:

"The mystery, Christ in you, is your imagination, by which your world is molded. The hope of glory is your awareness of the ability to rise perpetually to higher levels. Christ is not to be found in history, nor in external forms. You find Christ only when you become aware of the fact that your imagination is the only redemptive power. When this is discovered, the “towers of dogma will have heard the trumpets of Truth, and, like the walls of Jericho, crumble to dust.”" (from "The Power Of Awareness" by Neville Goddard)

"Every man is Mary and birth to Christ must give. If the story of the immaculate conception and birth of Christ appears irrational to man, it is only because it is misread as biography, history, and cosmology, and the modern explorers of the imagination do not help by calling It the unconscious or subconscious mind. Imagination’s birth and growth is the gradual transition from a God of tradition to a God of experience. If the birth of Christ in man seems slow, it is only because man is unwilling to let go the comfortable but false anchorage of tradition. When imagination is discovered as the first principle of religion, the stone of literal understanding will have felt the rod of Moses and, like the rock of Zin, issue forth the water of psychological meaning to quench the thirst of humanity; and all who take the proffered cup and live a life according to this truth will transform the water of psychological meaning into the wine of forgiveness. Then, like the good Samaritan, they will pour it on the wounds of all. The Son of God is not to be found in history nor in any external form. He can only be found as the imagination of him in whom His presence becomes manifest." (from "Awakened Imagination" by Neville Goddard)

"You never draw out of the deep of yourself that which you want; you always draw that which you are, and you are that which you feel yourself to be as well as that which you feel as true of others. To be realized, then, the wish must be resolved into the feeling of being or having or witnessing the state sought. This is accomplished by assuming the feeling of the wish fulfilled." (from "Feeling is the Secret" by Neville Goddard)

From the Kindle edition:

Neville's books are available free here:

« Last Edit: December 31, 2018, 09:26:29 PM by Sena »


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