“What would you feel like if now you were the man that you want to be? How would you see the world if things were as you desire them to be?Neville Goddard
For the past year, since I have been in contact with a lot of people who are trying to manifest their specific person, whether it is their ex or someone they truly want to manifest in their lives, I noticed that living in the end has been a heck of a rollercoaster for many of them.
Reading all the comments, messages, and emails that I’m getting, it seems that either they don’t understand what living in the end truly means or they just have a hard time doing it.
The thing is that living in the end is not even a technique that you have to learn. I remember very well how I attracted my SP by totally living in the end, while I hadn’t even known about Neville Goddard yet. And I am sure that most of you have attracted people and things just like that too, prior to your knowledge of the Law.
I feel that at times, just knowing that we have to do something becomes a block in itself. So, why not relaxing while knowing that living in the end, is not hard. It’s just a state.
“You don’t have to remain in a state if you have made a mistake. You can change states morning, noon, and night, but the state to which you must constantly return constitutes your dwelling place.”Neville Goddard
What does it mean, really, to live in the end?
“Now, this is what I mean by “living in the end.” Robert Frost, just the year before he departed this sphere, wrote this story for Life Magazine; and he said, “The Founding Fathers did not believe in the future” – what a shock, that they did not believe in the future! They “believed it in.” He said, “We are always imagining ahead of our evidence,” and the most creative thing in man is to believe a thing in.”Neville Goddard – Living In The End
Neville often insisted on the fact that there is a huge difference between thinking of something and thinking from something. As a matter of fact, that’s why his teaching is much more powerful than the teachings of many other law of attraction teachers.
I can think about my SP all day long, but while not thinking from the place of being the person who is already living with them, or married to them. This is a huge difference. You could be thinking of money while feeling like you are poor. You could be thinking of health while acknowledging that you’re sick. No matter how long you are thinking this way, you would probably never manifest what you’re thinking of.
We do this every day. We think about all sorts of things, while not feeling/being involved with it. Living in the end is the opposite of that. Living in the end means that we are fully involved with our mind, heart, and senses – fully embodying what we want to be or have. No matter how much our current reality tells us otherwise.
This is where a lot of Neville Goddard’s students seem to stumble.
But the good news is that the reason we do stumble is because we are forgetting the cornerstones of manifesting, which we are going to consider here.
Why do you have a hard time living in the end?
1– You are forgetting that everyone is you pushed out
The number one reason it’s so difficult for many of us to live in the end, especially when we want to manifest an SP, is that we are forgetting that everyone is us pushed out.
You are forgetting that your SP doesn’t have any free will, but is only at the mercy of your assumption. On the contrary, you still believe that they are out there thinking thoughts that are opposing yours. If you feel this way, that’s your alarm going off, letting you know that you are forgetting that everyone is you pushed out. That’s it.
As long as you think that they have more control than you do, you are not living in the end. This is assuming the exact opposite of what you want. But since they are you pushed out, and you are living in the end with them, they are bound to act as you wish. They have no choice. Your wish is fulfilled.
2- You are saying you are living in the end, but your actions prove otherwise.
Now, many Neville Goddard manifestation coaches have noticed that. Some have made videos about it, some have written articles about it, and yet some have posted social media posts about this.
Every time you feel the need to update the whole world about what happened yesterday with your SP, which has nothing to do with your end, you are a living proof that you’re not living in the end.
Recently, one of the I Am Love blog writers, Kriston, related to this issue in an article. I myself took this opportunity to relate to that fact on the Neville’s Students Facebook group.
And I have to say that I was surprised that so many people wanted to defend the fact that it’s OK to write about updates that contradict the fact that they are living in the end.
It’s one thing to want to share what you’re going through, there are no rules that say you can’t. But you need to understand that once you do that, you are NOT living in the end.
When Neville came knocking on Abdullah’s door, trying to talk to him about going to Barbados and how it wasn’t happening, Abdullah was “rude to him” as Neville said. Because all he told him was, “How can you tell me about going to Barbados when you already are in Barbados?”. And then he slammed the door on him.
While, yes, he might have appeared to be rude, it was the only way Abdullah could make Neville truly understand what living in the end really meant.
Indeed, Neville couldn’t talk about going to Barbados because he was already there. Similarly, you cannot talk about how your SP finally texted you last night after three months, or how cold she was yesterday, or how he just wants to be friends for the moment, etc., when you are already living with them or married to them.
Now, no matter what type of excuses you may come up with, think about Abdullah or Neville being in front of you. What do you think they would tell you?
Maybe they would tell you something similar to what Kriston so wisely commented on my FB post when she wrote: “If sharing progress makes people happy, then I am all for it. But do I think it is living in the end? No. Living in the end is not a technique or a tactic, it’s a state of being. It’s something you embody.”
Anyone truly understanding what living in the end means, can only agree with this.
3 – You are not fully trusting the process
Finally, one of the fundamental reasons why you may have such a hard time truly, faithfully, and unconditionally living in the end, is because you don’t fully trust in the process yet.
Yes, when you discovered Neville, it was amazing and you resonated with his teachings. You noticed that there was something about him that no other law of attraction or manifestation teacher has, and you fully embraced his teachings. You might have even realized that this was a major turning point in your life- a true awakening.
However, because we have been so conditioned to believe in a certain way our entire lives, it’s not so easy to fully embody the fact that we are the Gods and Goddesses of our lives, and that people and things are at our command. So we go back and forth from that newfound God that is us, to our human us. It’s still difficult for us to let go, and we become our own stumbling block because of our human nature.
Every time that we are letting the human side of us take control, that’s when we have a hard time living in the end with full faith, that we are the Gods of our imagination and manifestation. We are forgetting that if we can imagine it, that it’s already done, because creation is finished.
So, remember these three important things, and it will most definitely help you to live in the end more efficiently.
- Everyone is you pushed out – no exception.
- You can’t speak of going to Barbados when you are already there.
- Do not cancel your manifestation with your doubts and fears, but rather fully trust in the process because you are God.
By remembering these three cornerstones of manifestation, as per the teachings of Neville, you will remember how to keep living in the end until you manifest your beautiful desires. Since you are the God of your universe, it is all yours for the taking.
“It is not your due, it’s not a reward, it’s simply a gift, unmerited. And therefore you cannot lose it.”Neville Goddard
About The Author
Sylviane Nuccio is a writer, author, blogger, and a relationship/life coach. She has been applying the Law of Neville Goddard for a year, with wonderful results. She loves to teach the Law to her clients to manifest beautiful relationships, and all of the goodies of life.