As a mom, one of my goals in life is to teach my children to walk in their divine purpose and embrace the life of abundance that is promised to us by God.
…” I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly”
Growing up, I struggled with praying and going to church a lot. I always questioned why we had to spend long minutes, and sometimes hours, praying, yet with little change in our circumstances. I knew there had to be a way out of this, and I promised myself that I would have a different life as an adult. I wanted something different from what I had been taught about God, Jesus and the world.
I found Neville Goddard.
Honestly, I was shocked at his understanding of scripture, and his overall reference of the Bible as a psychological book. This was blasphemy! To even refer to himself as God?
“Wait, who the hell is this man”?, I began thinking.
I began to explore his teachings and put it to test day by day. It worked! I didn’t even have to spend hours on my knees pleading, crying out, or even getting into the vortex to have anything!
This is the way, and I embraced it. I vowed to teach my children, starting with my oldest son. He came home from school one day, and mentioned a school debate coming up, and how he had somehow agreed to represent his class. This had been the first time ever that my son would be participating in a debate. I decided, we’ll have a little fun with this event. We had just one day to memorize his speech.
I asked him, “What would it feel like at the end of the day having delivered your speech?”.
He said he would feel very excited, with all of his friends cheering at him, and telling him he did it. That was all.
There were moments leading up to the day, when he would come around me and tell me of his fear of delivering the speech. I simply imagined him coming up the stairs from school, and telling me of his fantastic performance.
Boom! He nailed it! Exactly as I imagined. His teachers were all shocked at his performance, and said “he was on fire” on the stage. Well, it had to happen that way because the Law always works.
After his success, I wrote down in my journal, “my children received awards at the end of the school year”. My son won the award for Best Orator in the school. That was his first ever attempt at his school event. My daughter also received two awards. Just to note, we had never received any kind of recognition prior to me doing this.
Fast forward to the last school holiday, there was a particular friend of my son, whom he had been trying to reach out to, but to no avail. This often made him sad. I simply asked him to imagine the feeling of hearing his friend over the phone.
The following morning, he came running to me and told me that his friend (the one he had been trying to reach out to for a long time) just called him on the house line. I asked him how he got our home number, and he said another friend of theirs had spoken to him and gave out the number. How it happened wasn’t our concern, but the end was all we desired, and it happened.
These successes, and more, solidified my children’s faith in their imagination, and in them being the operant power. I teach them to manifest healing, high scores, friends, gifts and high intelligence, and whatever they desire.
All things are possible!
Mandie AleanOctober 7, 2019 at 5:58 PM
I’m so happy you’re a part of this team and as a fellow mom I adore this article!! Again…I was pondering should I teach my kids about this and BAM an article on how to do it ahows up! This is incredible!
Oluwatosin PopoolaOctober 8, 2019 at 4:25 AM
Awesome! I am very happy that children can as well understand and to manifest this laws. Congratulations!
KrissiMay 5, 2020 at 6:21 AM
Julia MalykhinaJune 18, 2020 at 10:00 PM
Thank you for sharing these amazing stories. I am looking forward to teaching my son the power of imagination when he is a little older. I assume kids manifest even faster with their great imagination and less self-imposed limits.