Frequently Asked Questions…..
In this section, I’ve covered some of the common questions that tend to come up when discussing Neville Goddard and the Law of Assumption.
Who is Neville Goddard?
Neville Lancelot Goddard (February 19, 1905 – October 1, 1972) born in Barbados was an American author who wrote on the Bible, mysticism and self-help. Goddard did not believe in an external God who answers prayers, but rather that “[y]ou are the creator“. Simply put he believed your thoughts and imagination creates your reality.
What is an SP?
SP refers to a specific person. In Neville Goddard or LOA community, is can be an ex, a crush or a love interest. Usually, a person someone is trying to manifest into their lives.
What is EIYPO?
EIYPO refers to Everybody is you pushed out. You’re the only one in your reality, others have no freewill in your world. People only reflect the role you assign to them; they are created by your imagination and assumptions of them. Watch the conversations you have with them in your mind. For example, if you think someone is a liar and a cheat, they have to conform to that role. However, if you think someone is kind, caring and loving they will show up that way in your reality.
“The whole vast world is you pushed out, they only do what you whisper to them in secret” Neville Goddard.
What are Affirmations?
Affirmations are positive statements that can help you overcome self-sabotaging negative thoughts. I find it’s always better to use affirmations or statements that resonate with you. These tend to work faster as your brain finds them easier to accept.
What is Law of Assumption?
Assumption is a thing that is accepted as true or certain to happen, without proof. Under the law of assumption, you create your future based on the assumptions or thoughts you have of people, relationships and money, not necessarily facts. Change your assumptions and you can change your reality.
What are SATS?
State akin to sleep. Conducting a scene 10-15 seconds long of you having already achieved your desire. Repeating the scene on a loop in a drowsy relaxed state until it is embedded in your mind, as if its already happened.
What is mental diet, why is it so important?
Mental diet refers to monitoring your thoughts and flipping any negative thoughts and replacing them with positive affirmations. Do this until your positive thoughts have been repeated enough times to become your dominant thoughts. Repetition is the key here, at the beginning it will feel like work but after a while you’ll noticed the new positive thoughts have impressed the subconscious mind enough, that when you think of the desire, it’s the new thoughts that pops up not the old.
What is living in the end?
This means embodying the person you would be if you already had your desire, using your imagination and new story to get into that feeling of knowing your desire is already yours. Ignoring the 3D reality and staying true to your desire, persisting in the feeling of wish fulfilled.
“What would you feel like if now you were the man that you want to be? How would you see the world if things were as you desire them to be? Now, this is what I mean by “living in the end.’” Neville Goddard
What is revision?
Revision is a Neville Goddard technique. To revise an event that didn’t go how you had hoped and therefore may be causing negative feelings. In your imagination, rewrite the event the way you wish it would have gone. Repeat it until the imagined state begins to take the tones of reality, it feels like it happened how you imagined it.
Can I get all my desires?
Yes, it’s the law, the world has to conform. You have to stay true to your desire, persist in the feeling of wish fulfilled, monitor your thoughts and it has no choice but to appear in your reality. It is the basic principle of manifesting.