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The Power of Awareness by Neville Goddard
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The Power of Awareness

by Neville Goddard

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Neville expalins how you can consciously create your future by visualization and the power of assumption - by assuming that your wish is fulfilled and feeling as you would, were it fulfilled. Great book. He has a high level of consciousness. The book may be thought old-fashioned, having many references to the Bible. It appears that the content of the Bible expresses spiritual truths about abundance, creating your own reality, etc. in the form of metaphors. ( )
  IonaS | Aug 7, 2010 |
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"The most important work from one of the foremost exponents of New Thought, this guide takes readers on an internal journey that leads to remarkable changes in their external circumstances. Neville Goddard provides exercises that promote increased mindfulness and cultivate a positive philosophy through which all things are possible "the effortless way.""--… (more)

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