Neville Goddard Quotes

Neville Goddard’s 1926 Story

neville_goddard_quote_light_of_the_universe“Back in 1926 when I was twenty-one, I was visiting a friend in Larchmont, N.Y. He was the manager of a private club where several hundred boys and girls were gathered to dance. I did not join the group but retired early, turned on the nightlight, and began to read a book.”

“The next thing I knew the sun was up, the light was still burning, and the opened book was lying on my chest. I knew from the page number that I had not read more than a page or two before I fell into a deep, deep trance, because the book had not been disturbed during that long period of maybe ten or twelve hours.”

“I awoke to find myself cataleptic. My body seemed frozen, yet I was conscious of having returned from knowing myself to be an infinite sea of vibrant, liquid, living light. There was nothing but myself. I was the light of the universe and nothing, not one being, existed outside of me.”

“No planet, no sun, no moon – only an infinite sea of light and I – the light of the world. So I can say from experience: I am the light of the world!” – Neville Goddard

This quote is from the lecture:

God Is Light – Neville Goddard PDF