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God Within: Our Human Imagination

"Discover the divine essence within you. In the sanctuary of this inner consciousness, we wield the unlimited power to shape our destinies and manifest our desires." Michael Corthell In the quest to fathom the depths of human existence, the teachings of Neville Goddard offer a unique perspective. Goddard posits that the concept of a higher power, traditionally termed "God," resides not in some distant realm, but within the very fabric of our consciousness. According to his philosophy, our human imagination is the crucible of creation, the sacred space where the divine potential within each of us takes shape. The Creative Power of Imagination: Neville's Cornerstone Central to Neville Goddard's teachings is the profound role he attributes to imagination. He contends that this faculty is not a mere flight of fancy, but a gateway to the infinite. Through imagination, we transcend the boundaries of the physical world, envisioning possibilities beyond our imm

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

Imagination Good and Evil: Thoughts Become Things

  by Michael Corthell Before the Twin Towers existed, they existed in the thoughts and imagination of one human being, Minoru Yamasaki . Their ceasing to exist was also caused by the thought and imagination of one person, Osma bin Laden . Thoughts become actions and also become things. The secret of all causation is imaginal thought. After all, everything in the Universe and indeed the Universe itself began with a thought and then the statement, ''Let there be light(quantum energy)! Our Thoughts Become Things and States of Being Our thoughts don't belong to us, not really. They come from the infinite intelligence and imagination of God -- the one and only *God that resides inside us. Imagination is part of the subconscious mind, part of a person's subconscious programming. Some, like the late Neville Goddard , say that our imagination is God. I tend to agree because the author and finisher of all creation is indeed God.  What we think about is what we become. These thou

Your Mind is Full of Magic!

by Michael Corthell You have a magic mind. Imagination is a workshop in the corner of your mind, a shop where new ideas and concepts are formed and experimented with. The forming of new ideas and then translating those new ideas into concrete reality is a human trait. We all have this power. How do we use it well, and use it fully? It has been said that whatever a human being can imagine he can turn into a reality and that nothing is 'impossible'. There are two identifiable forms of imagination. The first is SYNTHETIC IMAGINATION. In this workshop we arrange old concepts, ideas, or plans into new ideas or combinations of ideas. This kind of imagination  doesn't create anything . It works with the material of experience, education, and observation that has been accumulated by the imaginer. The second and more mysterious of the two types of imagination is CREATIVE IMAGINATION . This mental process is in the neighborhood of the 'twilight zone', a plac

Imagination: The Creative Workshop of the Mind

Imagination: the ability of the mind to be creative or resourceful. The faculty or action of forming new ideas, or images or concepts of external objects not present to the senses. by Michael Corthell If you can imagine something, you can take an image that exists only in your mind and make it real. Napoleon Hill, in his book, Think and Grow Rich says that there are two types of imagination: Synthetic Imagination. '' Through this faculty, one may arrange old concepts, ideas, or plans into new combinations. This faculty creates nothing. It merely works with the material of experience, education, and observation with which it is fed. It is the faculty used most by the inventor, with the exception of the "genius" who draws upon the creative imagination, when he cannot solve his problem through synthetic imagination.'' Creative Imagination. '' Through the faculty of creative imagination, the limited, finite mind of man has direct communication wi

[Imagine]...just imagine...

"Laughter is timeless, imagination has no age, and dreams are forever." – Walt Disney Imagination is creation. It is daring. It is Godlike and Godgiven. Just by imagining and thinking big, we are daring God to let us do it.

[Imagination] for a better world...

“Everything you can imagine is real.” ― Pablo Picasso Everyone is can be a skilled artist as long as they draw freely upon their imagination.

[Creativity] Make it so!

“Creativity takes courage. ” ― Henri Matisse The more creativity you practice, the more you have. “I never made one of my discoveries through the process of rational thinking” ― Albert Einstein

[Creativity] Just imagine...

“Everything you can imagine is real.” ― Pablo Picasso We have no need of magic to change the world only imagination. If you try to imagine something make it a good something. “Logic will get you from A to Z; imagination will get you everywhere.” ― Albert Einstein