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Neville Goddard – The Potter’s House

neville_golddard_revision_quote“So I went down to the potter’s house and there he was working at his wheel. The image in his hand was misshapen, but he reworked it into another image as it seemed good to the potter to do.”

“The word translated “potter,” means imagination, and we are told that the Lord is not only our Father, but the potter, and we are the clay in his hands!”

“Remember the day your boss criticized you, and you are molding an image of yourself based upon what he said. Being undesirable, that image is misshapen. Unable to discard yourself, go down to the potter’s house by taking the same scene and reshaping yourself by remembering the day your boss congratulated you on your accomplishments. Will this act change your world? Yes! I tell you: the God of the universe is shaping you morning, noon, and night, as you accept words, actions, and events from seeming others.” – Neville Goddard

This Feel It Real quote is from the Lecture:

Imagining Creates – by Neville Goddard

This quote is part of a great teaching on Revision – one Neville’s three main tools. Read more about that by clicking the link below, so you can stop repeating cycles that you do not want in your life anymore.

Revision Questions Answered by Neville Goddard

 

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Will this act change your world? Yes! I tell you: the God of the universe is shaping you morning, noon, and night, as you accept words, actions, and events from seeming others."
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