“I lay down on my army cot, closed my eyes to the other fifty men in the room, and imagined I was two thousand miles away in my apartment above Washington Square in New York City.”
“Placing myself on my bed, I saw my wife sleeping in hers. Then I rose, and looking out the window, I saw the Holly Apartments across the street and Washington Square down below.”
“Turning, I walked into the living room, dining room, and the kitchen. I felt familiar objects and brought as many of my five senses alive in the drama as possible. At 4:00 o’clock in the morning I awoke hearing a voice say, ‘That which I have done, I have done. Do nothing.’ Who spoke those words? I did, but I heard them as coming from without.” – Neville Goddard
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SOURCE LECTURE: THE STATE OF VISION