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The Power of Imagination: The Neville Goddard Treasury

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An anthology of the greatest writings of modern mystic, Neville Goddard, who has enthralled a new generation of readers with his simple but radical principle that your imagination is God.

This broad-ranging anthology assembles the greatest works of Neville Goddard, who, writing under the sole name Neville, became one of the most quietly seismic spiritual philosophers of the modern age.

From the late 1930s until his death in 1972, Neville promulgated one basic, extraordinary idea, which he restated with freshness and verve in more than ten books and hundreds of lectures: The human imagination is the Jesus Christ of Scripture, and the world around you is the out-picturing of your emotionalized thoughts.

Here is an unparalleled journey into the ideas and methods of a profoundly practical spiritual thinker whose vision of life can challenge your concept of what it means to be human.

This volume features a rare personal portrait of Neville by journalist and philosopher Israel Regardie.

Includes these classic works:
  • Introduction: Neville: A Portrait by Israel Regardie (1947)
  • Your Faith Is Your Fortune (1941)
  • Freedom for All: A Practical Application of the Bible (1942)
  • Feeling is the Secret (1944)
  • Prayer: The Art of Believing (1945)
  • The Search (1946)
  • Out of this World: Thinking Fourth-Dimensionally (1949)
  • The Power of Awareness (1952)
  • Awakened Imagination (1954)
  • Seedtime and Harvest: A Mystical View of the Scriptures (1956)
  • The Law and the Promise (1961)



Author: Neville
Publisher: Tarcherperigee
Published: 03/03/2015
Pages: 592
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 1.30lbs
Size: 8.80h x 6.00w x 1.60d
ISBN: 9780399173271

About the Author
Born to an English family in Barbados, Neville Goddard (1905-1972) moved to New York City at seventeen to study theater. In 1932, he abandoned his work as a dancer and actor to dedicate himself to a career as a metaphysical writer and lecturer. Neville influenced a wide range of spiritual thinkers, from Joseph Murphy to Carlos Castaneda.