Awakened Imagination Book Review – Neville Goddard

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Book – Awakened Imagination (Review)

Author – Neville Goddard

Genre – Self-help Book

Published in – 2013

Imagination Awakened is a kind of sequel to Neville Goddard’s book The Power of Awareness, which takes readers more deeply into the significance of Imagination. Man must firmly believe that reality lies within him and not without.

The author describes Imagination as being used so lightly over time that it has lost its real meaning. The book suggests Imagination is the highest power available to men and that one makes the best use of it to achieve what one is striving for.

About the Author

Neville Lancelot Goddard, known more by the pen name Neville, was an American author. He wrote ten books on the Bible, mysticism, and self-help. Most of his works inspire readers to see God within themselves and explain that individuals can design their lives through the law of assumption and attention.

About the Book

Imagination awakening is one of the most straightforward explanations of Imagination and its application from day-to-day experiences to attaining any central desire in life.

The author conveys Imagination as our inner power and calls it God, higher self, and consciousness by different names.


A couple of Points to Consider From the Book

  • The abundant life that Christ promised us is ours to experience now, but not until we have the sense of Christ as our Imagination can we share it.
  • 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 of the comfortable but false anchorage of tradition.
  • Experience has convinced me that an assumption, though false, if persisted in, will harden into fact, that continuous Imagination is sufficient for all things and all my reasonable plans and actions will never make up for my lack of constant Imagination.
  • The man of Imagination does not deny the reality of the outer world. However, he understands that his inner world continues Imagination, forcing circumstances to pass into the external world.
  • We must move mentally from thinking of the end to thinking from the future. This reason could never be done. By its nature, it is restricted to the evidence of the senses, but Imagination, having no such limitation, can.
  • Freedom and forgiveness are indissolubly linked. Not to forgive is to be at war with ourselves, for we are freed according to our capacity to forgive. Forgive not merely from a sense of duty or service; ignore because you want to.

Few Suggestions One May Consider to Change Life for Better With Imagination

  • How you view the world, good or bad. Believe it or not, with the change in projections we put outside, we can change our experience in the world.
  • How you think of other people, focus on the mental chatter that goes inside regarding them. As you alter your inner chat with these people, your experience with them will improve over time.
  • As pen name Neville claims, Imagination has more power than and can’t be substituted by any amount of hard work. Keep this in mind and create good images regarding all aspects of life.
  • You must imagine yourself right into the state of your fulfilled desire and fall asleep viewing the world from that state. You may consider the 15 Manifestation program, which will help you with 15 minutes of guided meditation before sleep, and you can experience a shift in your abilities to imagine what you desire to manifest.
  • Before sleeping, see your day and revise it how you would have wanted it.
  • It will take time, like any habit does. We have been thinking and creating images, and most of the time, unaware of it. As we begin seeing from the end and judging from the future, we will face resistance from senses and present reality, go past that, and eventually, it will come naturally.

I have also created a video of a few quotes from the book – I hope you like it. Please subscribe to my YouTube channel – Myread4change.


Conclusion

I read through this book a couple of times. It’s hardly 50 pages, and you may use this book as a guide to improve your Imagination. Start small.

Consider putting Imagination to work for shifting something smaller, and as you manifest small changes, you can use it for bigger stations in life more confidently.

If you like this book, you will also like The Master Key System.

Please leave feedback/suggestions or any questions in the comment, and I will gladly respond.

I wish you a life of great Imagination and manifestation.

Muzammil

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