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Showing posts from October 21, 2023

Cultivating Goodwill: 10 Ways to Radiate Positivity and Kindness

"Kindness is the currency of humanity, and goodwill its foundation. In every interaction, let us be generous with compassion and understanding, for in doing so, we sow the seeds of a brighter, more harmonious world." Michael Corthell   In an era where mindfulness and positive thinking are gaining prominence, New Thought philosophy offers profound insights into the art of transmitting goodwill. Rooted in the belief that our thoughts and intentions have tangible effects on our experiences, New Thought provides a structured approach to cultivating positive energy and intentions. This article dives into the core principles and practices of New Thought, shedding light on how individuals can harness its wisdom to radiate goodwill in their daily lives. 1. Positive Thinking: The Foundation of Good Will Central to New Thought philosophy is the practice of positive thinking. It emphasizes the power of constructive thoughts, encouraging individuals to focus on the affirmative rather tha

I am, Therefore I Create: Neville Goddard's Power of Imagination

"Within our imagination lies the divine spark, synonymous with 'I am.' With belief and persistence, we shape reality, for God is our own wonderful imagination." Michael Corthell Introduction Neville Goddard , a prominent figure in the New Thought movement of the 20th century, introduced a transformative approach to manifesting desires through the power of imagination. At the core of his philosophy lies the foundational belief that God is our own wonderful imagination. Goddard taught that this divine imagination, akin to the belief in Jesus Christ as "I am," is the creative force that underlies our ability to shape reality. This concept serves as the linchpin for his teachings on the potential of the human mind to shape reality. In this article, we will look at Neville Goddard's key principles and explore how they can be applied to manifest our wishes and desires. The Creative Force Within Central to Goddard's teachings is the idea that the human im