A couple of months ago I purchased the book, The Complete Reader by Neville Goddard, and I have finally gone through it all and marked out relevant passages outlining how we interact with this reality and the use of our Imagination.
The Complete Reader – Neville Goddard
With the following couple of passages being an interesting take on this thing we call the game of life.
The game of life is played on the playing field of the mind. In playing a game, the first thing we ask is: “What is its aim and purpose?” and the second “What are the rules governing the game?” In the game of life, our chief aim is towards increasing awareness – an awareness of things of greater significance; and our second aim is towards achieving goals, realising our desires.
A change of attitude is a change of position on the playing field of life. The game of life is not being played out there in what is called space and time; the real moves in the game of life take place within, on the playing field of the mind.
Neville Goddard Techniques Discussed – Dan Haynes and Agnes Vivarelli
What I will aim to do from time to time, is to post relevant passages from the complete reader that pertains to a better understand our imagination and this reality
Life is a game, and once one knows about and understands the rules of a game, they can go on to become better players