How To Use The Law Of Assumption

“Belief Creates The Actual Fact”*

Of all the universal laws that I’ve unearthed while digging up treasures of the mind, none have been more valuable than the law of assumption at transforming my life.

I first learned about it while listening to Wayne Dyer’s audio program Wishes Fulfilled {<Free Video about it}. In essence – the root of all that you are or ever will be lies within your self-concept.

Because of The Secret  {<Free Copy} by Rhonda Byrne, everyone’s heard of the law of attraction, but few people know about the law that is the medium by which you attract things into your life – the law of assumption.

When Dyer turned me onto one of his mentors – Neville Goddard, I immediately bought his 2 cd set The Power Of Awareness {<Free Audiobook}.

After reading a couple of his books I decided to study all things Neville, so I bought Neville Goddard-A Great American Mystic-The Complete Reader{<Free Copy} which includes all 10 of his books.

“Change Your Self-Concept, Change Your Destiny”*

You can not command things to appear by mere words or affirmations. Things start to come to you by what you believe yourself to be – your concept of yourself.

For example, believe that you are unlucky, and you end up attracting bad luck. Conceive yourself to be lucky, and good fortune and opportunities will just seem to come your way. Rich or poor, brave or cowardly, great or mediocre, it all starts with your self-concept.

By consciously acting the part of the type of person that you long to be, you set in motion The Power Of Your Subconscious Mind {<Free Copy} which is in tune with the Universal Mind. Then you transcend the bridge between where you are now, and where you want to be in the future.

“As You Think, So You Become”*

Acting from the end is the beginning of your new life. By harnessing the power of assumption, you then set in motion the law of attraction because thoughts and feelings are magnetic energy that attract like unto themselves.

Neville believed that we are all Gods. A bold statement indeed, but after meditating upon it, I realized that we do all have God-like powers; just like a spark has the same properties as the lightning bolt, we are all Creators.

All inventions, songs, and books, etc. are first born in the imagination. Then by acting and feeling that you are an inventor, writer, or musician, you manifest corresponding circumstances into your life. Then by taking action you complete the miracle process.

“I Had Therefore To Remove Knowledge, In Order To Make Room For Belief”*

By seeing and feeling life as you desire it to be instead of as it is, you become one with your desires. By acting the part of the type of person that you desire to be – by living from the end, your thoughts, feelings, and actions manifest your fulfilled desire.

Realize that your outer world is just your mental activity made visible. What you are today is a direct result of your past thoughts, decisions, and actions. And they were all only a direct result of what you believed you were capable of achieving – your self-concept.

Since thoughts and feelings emit magnetic waves out into the universe that attract whatever it is that you dwell upon back unto you, by assuming that you are already the person that you want to be, you transcend the time-space continuum between where you are, and where you want to be.

“When You Call Up At Will Whatsover Image You Please, When The Forms Of Your Imagination Are As Vivid As The Forms of Nature, You Are Master Of Your Fate”*

To be realized, your wish must be felt as a state that is. This is how to get what you pray for. This is the gift that Jesus gave to the world. This is “The Truth That Sets You Free.”*

Regards, – Herb.

Quotes – *William James, *Herb Norcott, *Bruce Lee, *Immanuel Kant, *Neville Goddard, *John 8:32

 

 

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3 Responses to How To Use The Law Of Assumption

  1. goaskrita says:

    Assuming, of course, one is aware that this is a ‘law’.

  2. Sonii says:

    Great article on my favorite topic… thank you!

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