Neville Goddard (1905-1972) was one of the most extraordinary and ardently practical spiritual thinkers of the past century.
Writing and lecturing under the solitary name Neville, this modern mystic enthralled audiences with one simple, radical principle: the human imagination is God.
Whatever you think and feel, Neville taught, you literally out-picture in your world.
Here are three of Neville's most concise and persuasive statements on the creative powers of your mind: Awakened Imagination (1954); The Search (1946); and Prayer: The Art of Believing (1945).
Each written at the peak of Neville's career, these works offer bracingly original ideas and easy-to-use methods, designed to produce immediate results in your life. Narrated by historian Mitch Horowitz (Occult America; One Simple Idea), this collection will leave you with a vastly expanded sense of your self-potential, and what it means to be human.