The first authorized edition of Neville's extraordinary masterwork, with a preface by New Thought author Mitch Horowitz.
Many students of the visionary mystic Neville Goddard consider Resurrection his greatest book. First published in 1966, just six years before the master's death, Resurrection contains five powerful, practical works that describe how to use the imaging powers of your mind to remake reality.
But Resurrection offers much more - the closing essay, for which the anthology is named, is one of Neville's final and most ambitious works. In it he explains his complete philosophy of life's purpose - and the higher destiny that awaits you.
Narrated by historian Mitch Horowitz, this audio edition also includes Mitch's new preface, which elucidates the totality of Neville's spiritual vision in the final years of his life. Includes:
Prayer: The Art of Believing
Feeling Is the Secret
Freedom for All
Out of this World