These pages are devoted to the profound spiritual writings of Neville Goddard, spiritual teacher and mystic. He was born on February 19, 1905 in St. Michael in Barbados and spent most of his adult life in the United States, where he became known for his teachings on the law of attraction, manifestation, and the power of imagination.

Goddard's teaching was based on the idea that our thoughts create our reality. He believed that the physical world is a reflection of our inner world and that we can change our outer circumstances by changing our thoughts and beliefs. He taught that the key to manifesting our desires is to use our imaginations to visualize what we want as if it has already happened. One of Goddard's most famous teachings was the concept of "living at the end."

This meant that instead of focusing on our current reality, we should focus on the end result we want to achieve. By visualizing ourselves as having already achieved our goals, we can create the necessary beliefs and feelings to turn them into reality. Goddard also emphasized the importance of feeling as if our desires have already been fulfilled. He believed that the feelings we feel when visualizing our desires are the key to manifesting them.

By experiencing the feelings of joy, gratitude, and fulfillment that come with achieving our goals, we can attract these experiences into our lives. In addition to his teachings on manifestation and the law of attraction, Goddard was also known for his interpretations of biblical scriptures. He believed that the stories in the Bible were not meant to be taken literally, but rather as metaphors for the inner workings of the human mind. He taught that the characters in the Bible are symbols of our own thoughts and beliefs, and that by understanding the deeper meanings of the stories, we can gain insight into our own spiritual journeys.

One reason for Goddard's enduring popularity is his emphasis on personal responsibility. He believed that we are the creators of our own reality and that we have the power to shape our lives through our thoughts and beliefs. He taught that we should take responsibility for our thoughts and emotions and use them to create the life we want to live.




In this book, Neville Goddard guides us to our Divine Self through the mystical teachings of CHRIST JESUS - THE DIVINE I AM. 

This book is a wonderful Divine gift of Truth, for all who live from the Kingdom of the Spirit.

As soon then as he had said unto them, I AM they went backward and fell to the ground. — John 18:6

Today there is so much said about Masters, Elder Brothers, Adepts and initiates that numberless truth seekers are being constantly misled by seeking these false lights. For a price, most of these pseudoteachers offer their students initiation into the mysteries, promising them guidance and direction, Man's weakness for leaders, as well as his worship of idols, makes him an easy prey of these schools and teachers. Good will come to most of these enrolled students; they will discover after years of awaiting and sacrificing that they were following a mirage. They will then become disillusioned in their schools and teachers, and this disappointment will be worth the effort and price they have paid for their fruitless search. They will then turn from their worship of man and in so doing discover that which they are seeking is not to be found in another, for the Kingdom of Heaven is within. This realization will be their first real initiation. The lesson learned will be this:

There is only one Master and this Master is God, the I AM within themselves.

"I AM the Lord thy God who led thee out of the land of darkness; out of the house of bondage." I AM, your awareness, is Lord and Master and besides your awareness there is neither Lord nor Master. You are Master of all that you will ever be aware of being.


In this book, Neville Goddard guides us to our Divine Self AND REVEALS THE SECRET OF DESIRE- MANIFESTATION. 

This book is a wonderful Divine gift of Truth, for all who live from the Kingdom of the Spirit.

"So shall My word be that goeth forth out of My mouth; it shall not return unto Me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereunto I sent it." [– Isaiah 55:11]

God speaks to you through the medium of your basic desires. Your basic desires are words of promise or prophecies that contain within themselves the plan and power of expression.

By basic desire is meant your real objective. Secondary desires deal with the manner of realization. God, your I AM, speaks to you, the conditioned conscious state, through your basic desires. Secondary desires or ways of expression are the secrets of your I AM, the all wise Father. Your Father, I AM, reveals the first and last – "I am the beginning and the end" [Revelation 1:8, 22:13] – but never does He reveal the middle or secret of His ways; that is, the first is revealed as the word, your basic desire. The last is its fulfillment – the word made flesh. The second or middle (the plan of unfoldment) is never revealed to man but remains forever the Father's secret.


In this book, Neville Goddard guides us to our Divine Self AND REVEALS THE SECRETS OF LEARNING "living at the end". 

This book is a wonderful Divine gift of Truth, for all who live from the Kingdom of the Spirit.

"I and my father are one but my father is greater than I."

You are one with your present conception of yourself. But you are greater than that which you are at present aware of being.

Before man can attempt to transform his world he must first lay the foundation – "I AM the Lord."

That is, man's awareness, his consciousness of being is God. Until this is firmly established so that no suggestion or argument put forward by others

can shake it, he will find himself returning to the slavery of his former beliefs.

"If ye believe not that I AM he, ye shall die in your sins."

That is, you shall continue to be confused and thwarted until you find the cause of your confusion. When you have lifted up the son of man then shall you know that I AM he, that is, that I, John Smith, do nothing of myself, but my father, or that state of consciousness which I am now one with does the works.

When this is realized every urge and desire that springs within you shall find expression in your world."Behold I stand at the door and knock. If any man hear my voice and open the door I will come in to him and sup with him and he with me."