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I don’t get that. I personally think this represents the two sides of the coin- Mere use of the law through techniques and such, without understanding why it works.


How can two people get two opposing things? I just want to have someone give me some material to evaluate these teachings objectively, instead of STARTING with the premise that Neville is right about everything, and working everything else around to fit in with it. This one is a major affirmation to your Neville books. Get some more experience under your belt and you’ll see it does.

I am absolutely convinced that there is a presence and a perfect law which receives the berlaay of my desire now and which irresistibly attracts into by experience all the good things my heart desires.

Happily Assume that Fulfillment is present. I think that may be my problem. So why didn’t it? If a teacher I highly respected gave me a heads up like that and with Neville’s unwavering conviction louies boot I wouldn’t doubt it either. In Spirit, there is no size, no comparison, no order of difficulty. NONE of the things in this story illustrate the law worked.


Among his idealistic words of wisdom was this concept: I know the peace and goodwill that I radiate to every man comes back to me a thousand fold. Silently tell everyone close to you about its ideal conditions 4. Not have the opposite thing happen after which you bend over backwards to explain it away in whatever ridiculous way possible.

There are many wonderful people in this thread who tried to explain it to you and break it down. For anything else other than religion, LOA, this kind of stuff where “belief” is required, you evaluate things based on first reading berlzy and seeing if it makes sense.

A black man believed he was cursed because of his skin color and Neville tried to convince him otherwise. Or like Abe-Hicks would say bfrlay you’ll get the essence of what lkuise want, not necessarily the picture you had in mind. That’s as close as I can come.

There is no doubt in my mind your good intentions.

The Magic of the Mind, Louise Berlay

Log in or sign up in seconds. I release all desire to be special, for God created me and there is nothing I need add to make myself more valuable. None of the faults were fixed in post production. My heart is open, my mind is clear, my spirit is renewed and everything I need comes to me today in ease, joy and Grace!

And perhaps Louise was more than delighted for that chance see someone in a male garment demonstrate an enjoyment for activities considered almost exclusive to the opposite sex. Maybe she wanted a daughter not because she genuinely wanted a daughter but because she wanted a child that would help with what was considered woman’s work at the time yes, I know I’m speculating here.


Perhaps it’s better to say this is one lecture of Neville’s I do not agree with, and can you or anyone else show loiuse how to show the rest of what he loiuse is true please.

Please use Reddit’s search function to see if your question has already been answered. How do you know Louise would say that? The whole thing about Larry “survived” because she “saw” him sitting in the room, long after his ashes were already scattered in central park.

Louise Berlay (Author of Magic of the Mind)

If he louuse alive again and e eryone saw him and he went back to school the next day sure. It doesn’t seem like that hard a feat compared to others. It’s likely it wasn’t an idea she persisted in, it was likely just a “that’d be nice” sort of thing. Maybe she simply wanted a girl who would partake in certain activities with her Dr Joseph Murphy said of Neville: If she bsrlay, or if Neville didn’t think he did, why was it used in his lecture to illustrate the law?