How to Move Mountains
The extraordinary mystic Neville Goddard (1905-1972) is one of today's most influential metaphysical voices—and spiritual writer Mitch Horowitz is widely acknowledged as the leading interpreter of the teacher's ideas and life story. Now, in an unparalleled effort, Mitch combs through Neville's extensive body of work to distill the master's most practical and effective methods and techniques for operating the creative powers of your mind.
The Ideal Realized helps you vault past difficulties in using Neville’s work, particularly in the all-important area of entering the “feeling state” of your wish fulfilled. Mitch selects and highlights key passages that supply hands-on methods from Neville himself. This collection also includes key passages on dream interpretation, analysis of numbers and symbols, the use of objects for meditation, and the uses and misuses of speech.
Mitch’s introduction, “The Triumph of Imagination,” identifies and addresses some of the challenges you might experience on the creative-mind path; supplies fresh techniques; and suggests works to read hand-in-hand with Neville. Mitch’s afterword, “Chariot of Fire,” which is the first-ever transcript of his earliest talk on Neville, provides the full background of the ideas and history from which Neville emerged.
This anthology also features the first print version of one of Neville’s final lectures, “Even the Wicked,” delivered shortly before the teacher’s death in 1972; the complete text of his classic Prayer: The Art of Believing from 1945; and many valuable and overlooked works, including radio, record, and television lectures. The collection is capped with a timeline of Neville’s life and a selection of his most powerful aphorisms.
The Ideal Realized is a wholly original volume that spans Neville’s career and helps you to speed past bumps and deepen your practical understanding of the master’s ideas.