Songs of the Night

Songs of the Night Painting by Brad Rhoades

Songs of the Night
Watercolor: 6in x 6in

Drifting
Into the night,
Creation is present,
Energy is currency. Spend
Wisely.

“We become the embodiment of that what we mentally feed upon.”
~ Neville Goddard

Have you ever wondered how to insert your desires for your life into your subconscious? Well, I have.

If you are feeling a little adventurous, try this exercise for about 10 days or so. And if you are really feeling adventurous, try this exercise until it has truly been implanted into your dreams.

How to insert your desires into your subconscious

Neville Goddard, author of Feeling is the Secret, The Law of Assumption, The Power of Awareness, The Power of Imagination, and numerous other books, suggests that just after you go to bed and before you start to drift off to sleep, you imagine that your wish has already been fulfilled. See yourself already achieving or possessing whatever it is that you desire.

Neville says that you need to keep your thoughts simple and short. For example, in his book, How to Manifest Your Desires, he suggests something like shaking the hand of someone who is congratulating you on whatever it is that you have achieved. He says that you really only need to focus in on this short event. Focus on how the other person’s hand “feels” when you are shaking it. “Feel” the emotions of achieving your goal or desire. Another suggestion he gives is to mentally say a simple phrase like “Thank you” and focus on the feeling of having your desire.

The two important things Neville stresses are keeping the event short and focus on the feeling. Then, as you slowly drift off sleep, repeat this event over and over into your mind.

Neville Goddard has many excellent ideas

If you have never read Neville Goddard, I strongly urge you to do so. Bob Proctor had always spoke highly of Neville Goddard, and he is the one who got me hooked on reading Neville’s books. I find the concepts and lessons of Neville’s books to be an awakening to a whole new way of thinking about the perceptions and capabilities of my own mind.

Have an inspiring week.

Live, to Love Life!

~ Brad Rhoades

*If you know someone who could use a “Midweek Motivation” and a bit of inspiration, please share. Thank you.

Share this post