Neville Goddard: Eternal States

Source: Brian Scott YT channel/The Reality Revolution:

"Tonight the subject is “Eternal States.” You’ll find this the most practical teaching in the world of Caesar. It may not make sense…I only ask you to accept provisionally and try it, test it. I know that if you really test it, you’ll prove it. We start on the premise that “Man is all Imagination and God is Man, and exists in us and we in him. The eternal body of Man is the Imagination, and that is God Himself” (Blake, Ann. Berkley; Laocoon).

Now, when we speak of eternal states, let me first define what I mean by states. A state is a body of beliefs. You sit quietly with yourself and ask yourself some very pertinent questions, “Who am I?” You may be wrong in the answer, but “Who am I? Where am I? What am I?” and all these questions you ask self, and they form a body of beliefs. You don’t see them, you believe in them, but you don’t see what the mystic sees when you answer these questions. Paul said, “We do not look to the outer things, we look to things unseen; for the outer things are transient, the unseen things are eternal.”

If your eye is not opened, you do not see these personified beliefs of yours. They form a state and then completely control your behavior in this world. Any modification in a state will result in a modification in the circumstances of life. The slightest modification within your body of beliefs will result in a change in the out-picturing of your world. Everything is personified if you have the eyes to see it.

So Blake said, “Eternity exists and all things in eternity, independent of creation which was an act of mercy” and “By this, you will see, that I do not consider either the just or the wicked to be in a supreme state, but to be every one of them states of the sleep which the soul may fall into in its deadly dreams of good and evil, when it leaves paradise following the serpent” (Vis. Last Judg., Pp. 91-92).

Now, he uses the word “mercy” only as one who sees the states ever uses it. Just imagine, eternity exists and all things, not a few things but all things; you can’t conceive of a situation, can’t conceive of anything that does not already exist in eternity. He doesn’t call that creation. “Eternity exists and all things in eternity independent of creation which was an act of mercy. Now, before we go into this practical side tonight, let us show you what he meant by mercy. Here you seem so alive all of you and you go home tonight and expect to find the same place that you left when you came here, and it all seems so real and everything here is so alive, everything is so alive. If you could come with me, I would show you that it isn’t; you are the operant power and you make it alive.

“Where Man is not Nature is barren”…it’s dead. So when we say eternity exists and all things in eternity independent of creation, which was an act of mercy, he meant that everything that you see in this world is a part of the eternal structure of the universe. But it’s dead, really dead. You come upon it, but you don’t know that you’re the operant power, and so you enter a state and the state becomes animated, and you’re lost in your own animation, and think it is independent of your perception of it. You look upon it and you don’t for one moment believe you are causing the animation that you are perceiving.

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