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5.0 out of 5 starsNeville's Assistant Coach
Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2018
Neville Goddard, a pioneer in the mind science movement who died in 1972, for me is like a great New Thought head coach. He gives an inspiring speech before the game. He puts a dazzling strategy on the white board. Then, he boosts your confidence with a rousing halftime talk. And he's there at the end of the game with congratulations, while preparing you for future battles. But, what Neville never really left is practical exercises and tactics to act on his advice. That's where I think Katherine Jegede's book, Infinite Possibility, comes in. Katherine is like Neville's assistant coach, taking all that good metaphysical theory and strategies and bringing it down to practical advice and accessible exercises. It's an honest, yet inspiring work that might just help you take on the day -- or change your life.
5.0 out of 5 starsNot Just Another Primer on "Manifesting" or "Raising Your Vibration"
Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2018
"Infinite Possibility"... Is it just another flowery New Age nostrum, up there with "You Create Your Own Reality", big on sentiment but lacking in substance? Not according to Kate Jegede, who with the precision and authority born of experience posits that the faculty of imagination is no mere playground for escapism, but is in fact the indwelling power of God available to all: "the Christ in us", to paraphrase Paul, "the hope of glory." Building from the cornerstone laid by the inimitable Neville Goddard - perhaps the greatest visionary and intellect to emerge from New Thought - Kate provides a concise, practical playbook on how to harness our emotive powers of conception to transform ourselves and our circumstances through the renewing of our minds. All cards are placed on the table, including the problem of suffering, which Kate movingly addresses through her own ordeals in "the furnaces of affliction". Life may be suffering, as Buddha observed, but through the constructive, courageous, and conscious exercise of imagination we can, as Neville said, cushion the inevitable blows, graduating through the school of life to realize the truth of the state called Christ - "I and the Father are One".
But to be a mere hearer of the word is one thing; as Kate counsels and demonstrates it is only through the inner empiricism of putting imagination to the test that we will reap the fruits of peace, love, security, and accomplishment. "Test yourselves and see... Do you not realize that Jesus Christ is in you?" This book will aid many in meeting and passing the test.
I highly recommend Katherine Jegede’s exploration into the teachings of Neville. I have read a tremendous amount of material by and about Neville and I would consider myself a practitioner of his approach. I appreciate this text because it feels like a conversation. I took my time reading and practicing the exercises to extend that conversation. It’s also a reassuring read. It can appeal to the reader no matter where they are in their relationship with Neville. I also enjoy the author’s social media posts. Thank you for this offering and for sharing your insights.
5.0 out of 5 starsThe "Missing Manual" For Spirituality
Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2018
All too often mystics, seers, and those attempting to impart spiritual ideas are vague, lacking practical instructions for those they're attempting to enlighten. This book IS those practical instructions. Not only does this book provide clear direction on how to effectively use the power of your mind to change your circumstances, but it also inadvertently demystifies the primary principles underlying effective prayer, magick, spells, positive thinking, or any belief-based method designed to alter reality.
5.0 out of 5 starsClarity, certainty, comfort, and consciousness.
Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2019
New to Neville, deep down I knew Neville's teachings were right for me but try as I might I always felt uncertainty with the I AM GOD, feeling it real, and in manifesting in general, when I AM shouldn't be a question yet I had many questions, doubts, discomfort, maybe even dogmatic guilt with this. Not now, the author instantly made it understandable and it finally clicked less than halfway into this book I had that "I get it now" moment. I AM sold. LOL. She makes this so simple and so easy. This book is a quick read. It answers all the questions. Highly recommend.
Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2019
Katherine Jegede is a personal hero of mine. I refer to her book, “Infinite Possibility: How to Use the Ideas of Neville Goddard to Create the Life You Want”, as often as I do Joseph Murphy, Louise Berlay, Margaret Ruth Broome, or Neville himself. Kate has had her faith severely tested and she emerged on the other side with a deeper understanding of what Neville teaches. While she pulls no punches, Kate has deep compassion for those new to this path. If you haven’t read her book I recommend as highly as I do Neville’s own works. She is the real deal.
2.0 out of 5 starsNot as good as I'd hoped, unfortunately
Reviewed in the United States on December 7, 2018
This COULD have turned into a very useful book. But the author has a very brusque tone, kind of a knock-off of the hectoring tone of the late 1800s/early 1900s writers she admires, and it doesn't come across as very pleasant. The exercises are explained simply but overall it's prickly and unencouraging. I'd hoped it would be a gift for a friend who could use the boost, but the tone is not something I'd want to impose on anyone. Fail, sadly.
I stumbled upon Kate Jegede when she was being interviewed by Brian Scott on Youtube. I was impressed of how knowledgeable she was regarding the teachings of Neville Goddard, her youth and the struggles she faced in her quest for God in the Church, and her honesty. I love the teachings of Neville and now Kate has taken the time to succinctly author and compile many of his teachings in a manner which are practical without taking away from the true essence of the teachings of Neville. I am forever grateful to Kate Jegede. A must read!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 6, 2018
I am a huge fan of Neville Goddard, however I find his style of writing hard to comprehend at times. I felt Kate was trying to adopt a similar style.. which I found annoying in certain chapters, finding myself re-reading paragraphs to take in what she's saying. . But then maybe that's just me. However,there are some great exercises to try,(which won't be new to you if you are a fan on Neville..)but are well worth doing and will absolutely give you the results you seek if you stick with them. There was one chapter and excersize I found ridiculous and it made me almost just stop reading this book... but I chose to ignore it and go on. I won't go into details here as the rest of the book makes up for it. If you are familiar with Neville Goddard or Wayne Dyer, then really there's nothing new to learn here. Other than that, not a bad read at all. If you are new to these ideas then yes I'd recommend this book and most of the exercises in it... if you stick with them they will change your life.
5.0 out of 5 starsFantastic, modern interpretation of Neville.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 19, 2019
It took me a long time to discover the philosophy of Neville Goddard although I understand some people have issues with language in his books, which can come off as a little old fashioned. If that's how you feel, then check out Katherine Jegede's new book, which is a modern interpretation of Neville's work. The author comes across as knowledgable and genuine. She has a lot of personal experience to share and her scientific background ensures that she has practised what she preaches.
A great read that (if you let it) might just change your life.
Uff what a book! Author has kept it lucid and concise is what I loved the most. A simplified, bite-sized version of Neville Goddard's wisdom and teachings I must say. The best part is that the author has included an exercise at the end of each chapter so that we can put these teachings to test and see it ourselves. Can be read alone or along with Neville Goddard's books. Highly recommended!