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Mindful Manifestation: A Uniquely Effective Way to Practice Mindfulness (Relax with Neville) Kindle Edition
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- Joseph Murphy, bestselling author of The Power of Your Subconscious Mind
"Good information that we should all be using daily. I highly recommend anyone to read this book."
- Carol A. Hill, Amazon Reviewer
"A 'manual' for mindful living."
- MrBios, Amazon Reviewer
- Eddie Coronado, bestselling author of Advanced Law of Attraction Techniques
"Neville's teachings add a dimension that I hadn't really contemplated in depth until now."
- Wayne Dyer, bestselling author of Wishes Fulfilled
"This is a great book about mindfulness and an easy read."
- Raybeth18, Amazon Reviewer
"Loved the book....helped me merge my mindfulness practice with what I learned from Neville Goddard's books on creating our life experience."
- KMC, Amazon Reviewer
"It's all in feeling the accomplishment of that which you want. I'd heard this before but never understood it until I read this little book. I think I was meant to read it! I'd buy it again, and recommend it highly."
- Amazon Customer Sue, Amazon Reviewer
"Of all the metaphysical systems with which I am acquainted, Neville's is the most evidently magical."
- Israel Regardie, bestselling author of The Golden Dawn
"A great short book for those days when the dark clouds don't want to go away."
- Marie, Amazon Reviewer
"This book really started me on the right path. Love it."
- AVHenry, Amazon Reviewer
"Neville was able to clarify the nature of God and God's relationship to every person. He spoke of God in intimate terms as though he knew god very well, which he did."
- Roy Eugene Davis, founder of the Center for Spiritual Awareness
- Carmen Sorrel, Amazon Reviewer
From the Author
Frankly, when most people use the term "mindfulness" today, it means next to nothing.
Here's the unglamorous truth about the mindfulness movement that most of us don't want to acknowledge: if we objectively watch our thoughts - and don't emotionally intercede with them - we'll probably observe ourselves having the same cycles of good thoughts and bad thoughts, repeating themselves again and again. If we meditate in such a way - without attempting to refine our thoughts, and instead simply letting them "be" - we'll often notice the same emotional cycles of our thinking recurring over the course of many months, and sometimes even years.
Objective, nonjudgmental meditation makes us quite aware of this. Our specific thoughts will change - but we'll still usually have the same up and down emotional cycles within our thinking, regardless of the specific thoughts. If this sounds somewhat unappealing, boring and unproductive...that's because it usually is.
I spent over a decade of my life meditating in such a way, and even once spent a year living at a Buddhist center to focus on meditation intensively. I put a lot of time into trying to be mindful. And all this effort did not make me any more mindful.
Now, I'm not necessarily saying anything bad about meditation, or even practicing mindfulness in such a way. But I am saying that if you expect to get anything from it, you're definitely choosing the wrong path. As the wonderful Zen monk Kodo Sawaki pointedly said, "Meditation is about loss."
Most of us are sick of loss, and losing. I know I am. We want to actually win sometimes.
But we shouldn't feel defeated and dissolute like this. And we can't just sit there and expect for anything to change after all this time when nothing's changed. It won't.
We need a new approach.
So I suggest we think about what we really want in life. Once we start having an idea about what we actually want in life then we can start finding it within ourselves. This is the kind of approach to mindfulness I can fully endorse. Decide what you would like in your life, and then start to feel it within yourself. This might sound confusing, but bear with me. Everything will soon get clearer. First remember this:
Mindfulness shouldn't be about loss. It should be about gain.
The purpose of mindfulness should be to attain what you desire. Otherwise you're just wasting your time. This guide is going to show you how to stop wasting your time, and actually start getting what you want in life.
- ASIN : B013VIYPG2
- Publication date : August 12, 2015
- Language : English
- File size : 1170 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 57 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #401,198 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The best take away for me was feelings affect our thoughts. When we feel great good thoughts tend to follow and when we feel bad our thoughts reinforce this by turning negative and our focus becomes negative.
I am already re-reading the book because I need to be reminded and recommit to what the book teaches so I'm glad it is short enough to be used as a "manual" for mindful living.
Enjoy and Namaste.