Imagination Is Reality! Always Imagine The Best In Everything
Now this is how we do it. AT THE END OF MY DAY, I REVIEW THE DAY; I DON’T JUDGE IT, I SIMPLY REVIEW IT.
I LOOK OVER THE ENTIRE DAY, ALL THE EPISODES, ALL THE EVENTS, ALL THE CONVERSATIONS, ALL THE MEETINGS, AND THEN AS I SEE IT CLEARLY IN MY MIND’S EYE, I REWRITE IT. I REWRITE IT AND MAKE IT CONFORM TO THE IDEAL DAY I WISH I HAD EXPERIENCED.
I take scene after scene and rewrite it, revise it, and having revised my day, then in my imagination I relive that day, the revised day, and I do it over and over in my IMAGINATION until this seeming imagined state begins to take on to me the tones of reality.
It seems that it’s real, that I actually did experience it and I have found from experience that these revised days, if really lived, will change my tomorrows. When I meet people tomorrow that today disappointed me, they will not tomorrow, for in me I have changed the very nature of that being, and having changed him, he bears witness tomorrow of the change that took place within me.
IT IS MY DUTY TO TAKE THIS GARDEN AND REALLY MAKE IT A GARDEN BY DAILY USING THE PRUNING SHEARS OF REVISION.
When ye pray, BELIEVE that ye RECEIVED, and ye shall receive.” BELIEVE THAT YE RECEIVE – IS THE CONDITION IMPOSED UPON MAN.
Unless we BELIEVE that we RECEIVE, our prayer will not be answered. A prayer – granted – implies that something is done in consequence of the prayer which otherwise would not have been done.
Therefore, the one who prays is the spring of action – the directing mind – and the one who grants the prayer. Such responsibility man refuses to assume, for responsibility it seems, is mankind’s invisible nightmare.
By Neville Goddard