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Neville Goddard » From LOA to Neville - A Guide to a Smooth Transition *Post From Reddit » 11/22/2018 10:42 am

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I saw an amazing post on Reddit that I thought would be great to share with those who are trying to get into Neville’s works after discovering it via LOA. It’s an excellent post for beginners but it can also serve at a great refresher for others.

Just to reemphasize, the following post wasn’t made by me. I’m just reposting it here for others.

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From LOA to Neville - A Guide to a Smooth Transition (For Beginners)


Most of the people who find Neville do that via various 'law of attraction' media and platforms and look at Neville's teachings through their LOA knowledge. LOA is a great introduction, it teaches you to utilize very powerful, positive states like gratitude and love, highlights the importance of relaxation/meditation, lays down the basics for creative visualization, helps you stay positive; you start paying attention to details, you see how your thoughts and feelings combined affect your reality. It's wonderful, but many times you try and dig deeper as often the results don't stick.

Most people ask: 'What am I doing wrong?', 'Why does it work for one thing and not another?' You're not doing anything wrong, you just lack the knowledge of the WHY and operate only on the surface of things. It's like taking a painkiller - the pain might be gone, but it won't necessarily remove the cause. Or a drink - you might feel happier for a moment, but after a while you return to reality. I prepared a very quick intro that will help you transition to Neville's teachings. Feel free to ask and comment, this guide is meant for beginners not only with LOA background and covers the most necessary basics.



1) The techniques

First thing that brings you to Neville's teachings are most likely his techniques of working with your Imagination. You learn about multi-sensory visualizing in the 'state akin to sleep' and falling asleep doing so.

You learn abo

Help me align please... 🙈 » Actual doubt vs habitual doubt, and changing states » 11/22/2018 10:29 am

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Same! I’m having this problem, too. It’s like I was reading a post I’ve made myself, lol.

I’ve heard that with time and persisting (continuing to live in the end before sleep) these thoughts should eventually subside. The idea is that you are impressing your subconscious mind with your ideal scenario that eventually it believes it, then the more your subconscious believes it the less these contradictory thoughts will plague you. Eventually you will reach a point where you don’t even feel the need to replay your ideal scenario in imagination because your subconscious mind has been successfully impressed with the thought that you already have it, then boom it shows up in your reality. This last statement is usually why people think you need to let go in other to manifest. You don’t NEED to let go because “letting go” will naturally happen.

But anyways, sorry for going off on a tangent 😅. It would still be helpful to hear what others have done to successfully tackle this problem (seeing as I’m in the same boat).

Law of Attraction Discussion » Isn't it strange » 11/21/2018 12:30 pm

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Yea, like I said before to each their own. I understand not making a big stink about it or dwelling on it but I also understand people expecting a response too. It’s great they are living their lives (as they should be) but it can also be argued that a response doesn’t take up your entire life either. I mean look at you and how quick you were able to respond to me despite also living your life/“living in the now”.

Just to be clear I’m not saying it’s an absolute requirement that everyone that comes on this forum asking a question must respond or they’ll be shunned or whatever. But I get why people would want some sort of a follow up too. Just like one can argue “why should they answer” another can argue “why shouldn’t they”. Expecting a reply when engaging in communication doesn’t need a huge self analysis. It’s just human nature/instinct. It’s as simple as “I wonder what happened to so and so and I wonder if she/he is doing well”. At the end of the day, people are going to do what they want to do but pondering over it doesn’t mean you’re seeking the feeling of being wanted/needed/appreciated.

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Just now seeing your most recent response. The food for thought you gave makes sense from a purely manifesting perspective (I.e. you didn’t receive a response because something in you prevented it from being created in your reality).

I’m just saying (outside of manifesting a response) that wanting a response in and of itself isn’t something to be seen as bad. I mean doesn’t manifesting first begin with knowing what you want vs what you don’t want (followed by the traditional ‘LOA’ ask, believe, receive)? Wanting/desiring a certain response/outcome/whatever isn’t a bad thing.

Law of Attraction Discussion » Isn't it strange » 11/21/2018 11:52 am

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To each their own I guess.

I’m with PF and Dan2015 on this. I’m not expecting some huge reply or a letter or appreciation. A basic reply is enough. For me it’s not about feeling appreciated or the feeling of acknowledgement. I guess its just that if I were in their shoes, I would answer so it’s basic human nature that I would expect the same from them. I know not everyone is raised the same but I see nothing wrong in people expecting an answer back just like some others see nothing wrong in people disappearing after receiving a response. In the same vain of the latter point, people don’t even have to give advice to any of this people too.

I guess some just adhere to the basic mechanics of human communication whether it’s online or in person. (Omg, imagine if this happened in real life. Someone running up to you crying asking for advice then they just abruptly walk away from you without a word 😂)

Veronica's 25 Day Challenge » 25 days challenge success stories please♥️ » 11/08/2018 2:08 pm

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I don’t normally post on this forum but I just wanted to jump in.

Ultimately, you want more than a text. This is why all the other posters have been asking you why just a text or urging you to go to the end. You can very well focus on manifesting this text and you can get the conversation that you are looking for but you can still end up not being with him because the text was your main focus/your end goal. It’s better to focus on what you want your ending to be (a happy relationship) and let everything leading up to it fall into place.

LOA Questions and Teachings 🙋 » Problems you could skip and how to really create your world » 10/30/2018 8:13 am

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Great post!! Thank you for taking the time to write all of this out.

Calling all success stories! 🎉👏🏼 » It worked!!! » 10/11/2018 5:11 pm

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I’m very happy for you!! Congrats!!

Veronica's 25 Day Challenge » My ex called » 8/21/2018 11:23 am

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That’s awesome!! Congrats! Can you give us more details on your journey? It would be helpful for others to read. Did you and/or your ex date other people while in no contact?

Self Love » Protecting Your Self Image & Loving Your Appearance » 7/24/2018 3:19 pm

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Hi Everyone!

I just wanted to share something with you guys in case it may be helpful to atleast one person reading this.

So I wanted to emphasize how important it is to moderate and filter the things you view and consume via television, social media, magazines or any other form of information sharing. I’m saying this in regards to how you view your appearance and image.

Yes, true self love is much deeper than your outer appearance but I do believe embracing the way you look is an integral part of loving yourself. Also, it’s possible to want to improve your looks while still loving where you are at now. For example, I want to grow my bum a bit bigger but I still see the beauty in what I look like now.

But back to my original point: The media you consume in your daily life can seriously impact your self image. So do yourself a favor and curate what you see so that it builds you up rather than tear you down. I used to follow all these girls on Instagram that were beautiful in their own way but looked nothing like me. I didn’t realize that it was subconsciously messing with my self image until last week. I immediately unfollowed those girls and started following girls who were equally beautiful but possessed features that were more similar to mine and omg it really does have an impact. Of course having good inner talk should be the main focus but outer positive reinforcement definitely doesn’t hurt. I appreciate the way I look a little more now that I see people who look like me being praised almost on a daily basis.

I know this definitely works because I did the same thing with my instagram in college and I grew to appreciate my looks so much more. My confidence was stable and I was feeling myself lol. I even attracted my SP into my life at that time and he told me I was like those girls in a magazine that guys wish to have.
But slowly I started reverting and following profiles that did not serve me. My self esteem took a bit of a dive and I was thin

Calling all success stories! 🎉👏🏼 » My success story from years ago » 7/10/2018 10:37 am

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I love this story. Thank you so much for sharing. It really does prove that at the core of it all is having some sort of faith or belief. And as the saying goes, faith the size of a mustard seed can move mountains but girl it seemed like you had faith the size of a mountain and it moved the earth because that experience was TOO spot on to be a coincidence.

I’m still in the process of building that unshakable faith, but I’m happy to say that I’m slowly getting there and stories like this really does help. So again, thank you for sharing!

I’ll be posting a link to this thread in my “Success stories for those who think it’s too late/too long” thread, so those who need this type of encouragement can find it easily.

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