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“I can tell you from now to the end of time that when you say, “I am,” that is God and there never was another and never will be another; but can I persuade you? Can I persuade you to stop looking on the outside for what is within…”  

—The Man Within (Lecture)

Neville Goddard

Neville Goddard (1905-1972) was part of the New Thought Movement in the United States. As a young man in New York City, he studied under a teacher named Abdullah. Abdullah was born in Ethiopia and was of the Hebraic faith. He explained scripture in a way Neville had never heard before. He taught Neville about the power of imagination. Through his teaching, Neville began to see himself as the divine being that he was.

Throughout his life, Neville wrote numerous books and taught and lectured across the country. He believed the Bible to be a revelation of truth expressed in divine symbolism, a great psychological drama taking place in our consciousness. He taught that consciousness, being God, is the cause as well as the substance of the entire world; that our imagination is the gateway of reality; and that we can, through the law of assumption—with deliberate direction of attention and persistence of feeling—manifest a life of our choosing.