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Awakened Imagination – Neville Goddard


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  • Paperback : 104 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1603865039
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1603865036
  • Product Dimensions : 12.7 x 0.63 x 20.3 cm
  • Publisher : Merchant Books (21 Dec. 2012)
  • Language: : English
  • Book Condition: Used – Very Good

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Awakened Imagination

In the book, Awakened Imagination Neville points that “Imagination is the way, the truth, the life revealed.”
A leader in the New Thought movement, Neville Goddard wrote ten inspirational books. Furthermore, he was a popular speaker on metaphysical themes.

In Awakened Imagination, he expounds upon his belief that Christ is within each of us and can help us achieve our desires through imaginative effort.

His powerful philosophy is based on quotations from Yeats, Blake, and the Bible. Furthermore, as well as accounts of his personal experiences. Read this book to discover: How to cultivate your imagination, to achieve your goals, and How to attain your desires.

This edition of Neville Goddard’s self-help classic includes another of his works, The Search. Source: Publisher


About the author of Awakened Imagination

Despite being widely known simply as Neville, Neville Lancelot Goddard was an American writer who published books on mysticism, the Bible, and self-help.

When he was a young man, he began studying Kabbalah under a Jewish teacher in Ethiopia. He didn’t become a citizen until he served in the U.S. Army during World War II.

Since Goddard viewed the Bible as a parable of the human psyche, rather than a historical record, he didn’t believe in an external God who answers prayers, but rather that you are the creator.

Walton argues that Frederick Eikerenkoetter embraced the idea that people can change their situations through feelings because of Goddard’s ideas. Both Rhonda Byrne and Wayne Dyer have mentioned how Goddard influenced their thinking.

During his book Contemplating the Universe, Mitch Horowitz claimed that writer and mystic William Blake and early self-help theorists Émile Coué and Thomson Jay Hudson shaped Goddard views.

Although Neville was influenced by William Blake, Émile Coué, and Thomson Jay Hudson, he also influenced others.

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