The Law and Other Essays on Manifestation

Can man decree a thing and have it come to pass?

Author: Neville Goddard

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ISBN: 9781515430810

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Can man decree a thing and have it come to pass? Most decidedly he can! Man has always decreed that which has appeared in his world and is today decreeing that which is appearing in his world and shall continue to do so as long as man is conscious of being man. Not one thing has ever appeared in man's world but what man decreed that it should. This you may deny, but try as you will you cannot disprove it, for this decreeing is based upon a changeless principle.

The Law and Other Essays

Can man decree a thing and have it come to pass?

Author: Neville Goddard

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1627933514

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 44

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Can man decree a thing and have it come to pass? Most decidedly he can! Man has always decreed that which has appeared in his world and is today decreeing that which is appearing in his world and shall continue to do so as long as man is conscious of being man. Not one thing has ever appeared in man's world but what man decreed that it should. This you may deny, but try as you will you cannot disprove it, for this decreeing is based upon a changeless principle. You do not command things to appear by your words or loud affirmations. Such vain repetition is more often than not confirmation of the opposite. Decreeing is ever done in consciousness. That is; every man is conscious of being that which he has decreed himself to be. Collected her are six essays on the Law of Attraction: The Law, Be What You Wish; Be What You Believe, By Imagination We Become, The Law of Assumption, Truth, and At Your Command.

The Law

And Other Essays on Manifestation Neville Goddard, General Press. “No man” (
manifestation) “comes unto me except the father within me draw him,” and “I and
my father are one.” Believe this truth and you will be free. Man has always
blamed ...

Author: Neville Goddard

Publisher: GENERAL PRESS

ISBN: 9388760344

Category: Religion

Page: 320

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The purpose of the first portion of this book is to show, through actual true stories, how imagining creates reality. You do not command things to appear by your words or loud affirmations. Such vain repetition is more often than not confirmation of the opposite. Decreeing is ever done in consciousness. Every man is conscious of being that which he has decreed himself to be.

The Bank Teller and Other Essays on the Politics of Meaning

The alternative to this older public-interest law model is for progressive lawyers to
build a legal culture that rejects the strategy of trying to win cases on the other's
terms and that asserts in all its manifestations the political legitimacy of its own ...

Author: Peter Gabel

Publisher: Quid Pro Books

ISBN: 0982750420

Category: Political Science

Page: 256

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A collection of provocative essays on politics, social meaning, and law from Critical Legal Studies scholar and magazine columnist Peter Gabel, The Bank Teller presents a unique and powerful analysis of the psychological and spiritual dimension of U.S. political culture and society. In this series of strikingly original essays, Gabel sheds new light on a wide range of subjects based on what he calls “the longing for mutual recognition,” including the meaning of American politics from 1960, health care, affirmative action, the SAT (abolish it!, Gabel declares), deadly job culture, and the spiritual dimension of public policy. He takes on the adversarial roles of the legal system, including a nationally publicized debate with Alan Dershowitz on the moral obligation of criminal defense lawyers, as well as the meaning of the Holocaust and the social psychology underlying the modern media. Passionate, insightful and profound, The Bank Teller fundamentally challenges our existing social institutions and presents a political strategy that invents new forms of working, friendship, and community. It was well reviewed and much discussed -- and in some quarters much disputed -- upon its print release in 2000, and has since been assigned to classes on politics, law, and religion.

The Hidden Power and Other Essays

And here we have to fall back upon the law above stated, that the mere sum of
the intelligence of Spirit in lower degrees of manifestation is not equal to the
intelligence of the complex whole, as a whole. This is a radical law which we
cannot ...

Author: Thomas Troward

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1387024469

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The Duties of Man and Other Essays

In the Unity of the Law through both the manifestations of Life, collective and
individual In the immortality of the Ego, which is nothing but the application of the
Law of Progress, revealed beyond doubt now and for ever by Historical Tradition,
 ...

Author: Giuseppe Mazzini

Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.

ISBN: 1596052198

Category: History

Page: 368

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At the time of his death in March of 1872, The Times of London recorded that "We have to announce to-day the death of a man who in his time has played a most singularly part upon the theatre of European politics; on whose name has for years been regarded as a symbol of revolution." Giuseppe Mazzini's name today is not nearly as familiar to modern readers as he was to avid readers of the mid-Victorian age for his name was virtually synonymous with the revolutionary spirit. To his countrymen, he wrote of the innate duties of man toward God, Country and Humanity. Included in THE DUTIES OF MAN AND OTHER ESSAYS is Mazzini's passionate viewpoint on the political inevitability of The French Revolution of 1789 as well as giving the Italian "workingman" a taste of his revolutionary political ideology on the fundamental rights of individual conscience. GIUSEPPE MAZZINI, 1805-1872, was an Italian nationalist and patriot, who, together with Giuseppe Garibaldi, Camillo Benso di Cavour, and Victor Emmanuel II, is considered one of the "patron saints" of the Italian Risorgimento. He committed himself passionately to the cause of Italian independence and unity, and as a result, was forced into exile in 1831 for his revolutionary activities. His association, Giovine Italia (Young Italy), founded in the 1830s, attracted adherents throughout the country and among Italian political exiles everywhere. No other Italian Risorgimento leader (with the exception of Giuseppe Garibaldi) enjoyed greater international renown in his time for his revolutionary vision of Italian national unity.

The philosophy of natural theology an essay which obtained a prize at Oxford Nov 26th 1872

Essay , pp . 151-4 . Extract No. 2 .— “ In the present state of knowledge , law and
order , physical causation and uniformity of action , are the elevated
manifestations of Divinity , creation and providence . Interruptions of such order (
if for a ...

Author: William Jackson

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The Philosophy of Natural Theology An Essay in Confutation of the Scepticism of the Present Day Etc

Essay , pp . 151-4 . Extract No. 2.- " In the present state of knowledge , law and
order , physical causation and uniformity of action , are the elevated
manifestations of Divinity , creation and providence . Interruptions of such order (
if for a ...

Author: William Jackson

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The Imagination and Other Essays

To those to whom the religion of Christ has been the law of liberty ; who by that
door have entered into the universe of God , and have begun to feel a growing
delight in all the manifestations of God , it is cause of much joy to find that ,
whatever ...

Author: George MacDonald

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Category: Imagination

Page: 312

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Dualism and Monism and Other Essays

Hence the principle of individuation is deeper than law . We fall back on the
doctrine of substance . The essence of law consists in generality and constancy .
A law must be permanent or periodic in its manifestations , and consequently ...

Author: John Veitch

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Category: Dualism

Page: 221

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Essays on the Law of International Trade

As with any other fact , the manifestation of will cannot derive its juridical
relevance from its very nature , but only from a legal order . The question of
mutual relations between the conflict of laws rule and the parties ' will in the
conflict of laws ...

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Category: Commercial law

Page: 335

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Ways of the Spirit and Other Essays

We cannot suppose that the progress of religion , any more than the secular
progress of human kind , is surrendered to accident ; that the mind acts less
methodically in this than other manifestations ; or that Destiny is less concerned
in this ...

Author: Frederic Henry Hedge

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Category: Christianity

Page: 367

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THE UNSEEN WORLD AND OTHER ESSAYS

He who taught in his own name and not as the scribes, who proclaimed himself
Lord over the Sabbath, and who manifested from first to last a more than
Essenian contempt for rites and ceremonies, did not come to fulfil the law of
Mosaism, but ...

Author: JOHN FISKE, M.A., LL.B.,

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The Mystery of Matter and Other Essays

character ; and when it is remembered how strenuously he insisted that the
manifestation of the risen Saviour to him was of precisely the same value as the
manifestations to the other disciples ; it is , to say the least , unreasonable to
charge ...

Author: James Allanson Picton

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Category: Pantheism

Page: 492

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Essay on Language and Other Essays and Addresses

... developed , and which goes further towards explaining the contradictions of
human life than all others , carries us to the very foundation and source of poetry .
... powers of original and ever - growing thought ; and poetry is the form in which
these energies are chiefly manifested . ... may seem lawless in these workings ;
but it observes higher laws than it transgresses — the laws of the immortal
intellect .

Author: Rowland Gibson Hazard

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Page: 400

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Law in History and Other Essays

Any such notion as the " manifest destiny " of a nation is mere mysticism .
Expressions one meets with not infrequently , that such an occurrence took place
“ in order that parliament might take its permanent form , " or " in order that France
 ...

Author: Edward Potts Cheyney

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Category: History

Page: 173

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Revue Du Barreau Canadien

Article 107 , “ Manifestation of the will should be interpreted in the light of
surrounding circumstances and in ... In other essays , “ The Spirit of Polish
Constitutional Law and its Recent Development ” , “ The Revision of Treaties and
the Interests ...

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Category: Bar associations

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Against Sainte Beuve and Other Essays

The mind of the poet is filled with manifestations of the mysterious laws and once
these manifestations appear , and grow stronger , and stand out strongly against
the background of his mind , they aspire to come out from him , for whatever is ...

Author: Marcel Proust

Publisher: Viking Press

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 341

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The Day s Burden and Other Essays

He wears scarlet to manifest the wrath of the law , and ermine for the purity of the
law - a spotted purity , to guess from the specimen before us — and a black cap
by times for the gloom of death . Probably there is some guarded mystery in the ...

Author: Tom Kettle

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Page: 161

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God the Unknown and Other Essays

Law , in its simplest and broadest significance , is the preconception , the pattern
of order , but more especially of ordered activity . ... Where there is order and
purposeful activity there is the manifestation of law , but there is not necessarily
law .

Author: Victor White

Publisher: London : Harvill Press

ISBN:

Category: God

Page: 205

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