The Power of Awareness ( Audio Book )

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The book contains 27 chapters , Total length 1hrs 45 mins

Neville Goddard

The Power of Awareness

“The Power of Awareness” shows us how to use our minds to fulfill our wishes. It is like teaching someone how to make their dreams come true! In it Neville, uncovers the mystery in attaining your deepest desires. A step by step process, where by you receive the tools necessary to manifest your intentions. A book to refer to, always, as you must practice this wisdom daily and do your “internal” work. It’s not a magic bullet, there are none. Yet the more you re-read, you have the keys to unfold your magnificent life.

Chapter 1

I AM
All things when they are admitted are made manifest by the light: for everything that is made manifest is light. (Eph. 5:13)

THE “LIGHT” is consciousness. Consciousness is one, manifesting in legions of forms or levels of consciousness. There is no one that is not all that is, for consciousness, though expressed in an infinite series of levels, is not divisional. There is no real separation or gap in consciousness. I AM can­not be divided. I may conceive myself to be a rich man, a poor man, a beggar man or a thief, but the center of my being remains the same regardless of the concept I hold of myself. At the center of manifestation there is only one I AM manifesting in legions of forms or concepts of itself and “I am that I am.”

I AM is the self-definition of the absolute, the foundation on which everything rests. I AM is the first cause-substance. I AM is the self-definition of God.

I AM hath sent me unto you.

I AM THAT I AM.

Be still and know that I AM God.

I AM is a feeling of permanent awareness. The very center of consciousness is the feeling of I AM. I may forget who I am, where I am, what I am, but I cannot forget that I AM. The awareness of being remains, regardless of the degree of forgetfulness of who, where, and what I am.

I AM is that which, amid unnumbered forms, is ever the same. This great discovery of cause reveals that, good or bad, man is actually the arbiter of his own fate, and that it is his concept of himself that determines the world in which he lives [and his con­cept of himself is his reactions to life]. In other words, if you are experiencing ill health, know­ing the truth about cause, you cannot attribute the illness to anything other than to the particular arrangement of the basic cause-substance, an ar­rangement which [was produced by your reactions to life, and] is defined by your concept “I am unwell.” This is why you are told “Let the weak man say, ‘I am strong’” (Joel 3:10), for by his assumption, the cause-substance—I AM—is rear­ranged and must, therefore, manifest that which its rearrangement affirms. This principle governs every aspect of your life, be it social, financial, intellectual, or spiritual.

I AM is that reality to which, whatever happens, we must turn for an explanation of the phenomena of life. It is I AM’s concept of itself that determines the form and scenery of its existence. Everything depends upon its attitude towards itself; that which it will not affirm as true of itself cannot awaken in its world. That is, your concept of yourself, such as “I am strong,” “I am secure,” “I am loved,” deter­mines the world in which you live. In other words, when you say, “I am a man, I am a father, I am an American,” you are not defining different I AM’s; you are defining different concepts or arrange­ments of the one cause-substance—the one I AM. Even in the phenomena of nature, if the tree were articulate it would say, “I am a tree, an apple tree, a fruitful tree.”

When you know that consciousness is the one and only reality—conceiving itself to be something good, bad, or indifferent, and becoming that which it conceived itself to be—you are free from the tyranny of second causes, free from the belief that there are causes outside of your own mind that can affect your life.

In the state of consciousness of the individual is found the explanation of the phenomena of life. If man’s concept of himself were different, everything in his world would be different. His concept of him­self being what it is, everything in his world must be as it is.

Thus it is abundantly clear that there is only one I AM and you are that I AM. And while I AM is infinite, you, by your concept of yourself, are dis­playing only a limited aspect of the infinite I AM.

Build thee more stately man­sions, O my soul,

As the swift seasons roll!

Leave thy low-vaulted past!

Let each new temple, nobler than the last,

Shut thee from heaven with a dome more vast

Till thou at length art free,

Leaving thine outgrown shell by life’s unresting sea!

Chapter 2

CONSCIOUSNESS

IT is only by a change of consciousness, by actu­ally changing your concept of yourself, that you can “build more stately mansions”—the mani­festations of higher and higher concepts. (By manifesting is meant experiencing the results of these concepts in your world.) It is of vital impor­tance to understand clearly just what conscious­ness is.

The reason lies in the fact that consciousness is the one and only reality, it is the first and only cause-substance of the phenomena of life. Nothing has existence for man save through the conscious­ness he has of it. Therefore, it is to consciousness you must turn; for it is the only foundation on which the phenomena of life can be explained.

If we accept the idea of a first cause, it would fol­low that the evolution of that cause could never result in anything foreign to itself. That is, if the first cause-substance is light, all its evolutions, fruits, and manifestations would remain light. The first cause-substance being consciousness, all its evolutions, fruits, and phenomena must remain consciousness. All that could be observed would be a higher or lower form or variation of the same thing. In other words, if your consciousness is the only reality, it must also be the only substance. Consequently, what appears to you as circum­stances, conditions, and even material objects are really only the products of your own consciousness. Nature, then, as a thing or a complex of things external to your mind, must be rejected. You and your environment cannot be regarded as existing separately. You and your world are one.

Therefore, you must turn from the objective appearance of things to the subjective center of things, your consciousness, if you truly desire to know the cause of the phenomena of life, and how to use this knowledge to realize your fondest dreams. In the midst of the apparent contradic­tions, antagonisms, and contrasts of your life, there is only one principle at work, only your conscious­ness operating. Difference does not consist in vari­ety of substance, but in variety of arrangement of the same cause-substance, your consciousness.

The world moves with motiveless necessity. By this is meant that it has no motive of its own, but is under the necessity of manifesting your concept, the arrangement of your mind, and your mind is always arranged in the image of all you believe and consent to as true. The rich man, poor man, beg­gar man or thief are not different minds, but differ­ent arrangements of the same mind, in the same sense that a piece of steel when magnetized differs not in substance from its demagnetized state but in the arrangement and order of its molecules. A single electron revolving in a specified orbit consti­tutes the unit of magnetism. When a piece of steel or anything else is demagnetized, the revolving electrons have not stopped. Therefore, the mag­netism has not gone out of existence. There is only a rearrangement of the particles, so that they pro­duce no outside or perceptible effect. When par­ticles are arranged at random, mixed up in all directions, the substance is said to be demagne­tized; but when particles are marshaled in ranks so that a number of them face in one direction, the substance is a magnet. Magnetism is not generated; it is displayed. Health, wealth, beauty, and genius are not created; they are only manifested by the arrangement of your mind—that is, by your con­cept of yourself [and your concept of yourself is all that you accept and consent to as true. What you consent to can only be discovered by an uncrit­ical observation of your reactions to life. Your reac­tions reveal where you live psychologically; and where you live psychologically, determines how you live here in the outer visible world]. The im­portance of this in your daily life should be immedi­ately apparent.

The basic nature of the primal cause is con­sciousness. Therefore, the ultimate substance of all things is consciousness.

 
 

 

Neville Goddard, Summa Theologica, Manly P Hall, A Course In Miracles

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