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The Power of Awareness by Neville Goddard [Full Audiobook]

Originally Published: 1952
Performed by Josiah Brandt with reverence, emphasis, pause and effect.

Watch veteran teacher Josiah Brandt break down the concepts presented in this book in his 33-video Daily Neville Season 1 Series:

"Since life is infinite, the concept of an ultimate destiny is inconceivable. When we understand that consciousness is the only reality, we know that it is the only creator. This means that your consciousness is the creator of your destiny. The fact is, you are creating your destiny every moment, whether you know it or not."

Chapter 1: I AM: 0:36 - 11:16
Chapter 2: Consciousness: 11:17 - 19:52
Chapter 3: Power of Assumption: 19:53 - 35:19
Chapter 4: Desire: 35:20 - 45:44
Chapter 5: The Truth That Sets You Free: 45:45 - 56:11
Chapter 6: Attention: 56:12 - 1:06:56
Chapter 7: Attitude: 1:06:57 - 1:15:50
Chapter 8: Renunciation: 1:15:51 - 1:19:49
Chapter 9: Preparing Your Place 1:19:50 - 1:29:44
Chapter 10: Creation: 1:29:45 - 1:37:35
Chapter 11: Interference 1:37:45 - 1:43:24
Chapter 12: Subjective Control: 1:43:24 - 1:48:30
Chapter 13: Acceptance: 1:48:31 - 2:01:26
Chapter 14: The Effortless Way: 2:01:29 - 2:10:24
Chapter 15: The Crown of the Mysteries: 2:10:25 - 2:15:17
Chapter 16: Personal Impotence: 2:15:18 - 2:19:02
Chapter 17: All Things Are Possible: 2:19:03 - 2:24:59
Chapter 18: Be Ye Doers: 2:25:00 - 2:30:33
Chapter 19: Essentials: 2:30:34 - 2:39:08
Chapter 20: Righteousness: 2:39:09 - 2:44:13
Chapter 21: Free Will: 2:44:14 - 2:52:46
Chapter 22: Persistence: 2:52:47 - 2:58:25
Chapter 23: Case Histories: 2:58:26 - 3:33:28
- 2:59:07 Case Study 1: Neville uses Law of Assumption to obtain
honorable discharge from Army during WW II
- 3:04:12 Case Study 2: Law of Assumption to obtain a
commercial property and business success
- 3:11:19 Case Study 3: Law of Assumption used by a child to
obtain a collie puppy
- 3:15:59 Case Study 4: Law of Assumption used to obtain change
of work assignment
- 3:18:20 Case Study 5: Law of Assumption used to find a tenant
for rental property
- 3:20:46 Case Study 6: Law of Assumption used to recover from
terminal illness
- 3:24:20 Case Study 7: Law of Assumption used to obtain a
promotion and a raise
- 3:28:11 Case Study 8: Law of Assumption used with a partner to
jointly manifest the perfect apartment
Chapter 24: Failure: 3:33:29 - 3:46:19
Chapter 25: Faith: 3:46:20 - 3:56:29
Chapter 26: Destiny: 3:56:30 - 4:01:34
Chapter 27: Reverence: 4:01:35 - 4:06:00

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