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  • The Power of Unlimited Imagination

  • A Collection of Neville's San Francisco Lectures
  • By: Neville Goddard
  • Narrated by: Mitch Horowitz
  • Length: 2 hrs and 37 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (871 ratings)

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The Power of Unlimited Imagination

By: Neville Goddard
Narrated by: Mitch Horowitz
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Publisher's summary

Available for the First Time: Neville Goddard's Most Stirring and Practical Psychological Lectures

In 1952, spiritual visionary Neville Goddard delivered a series of deeply insightful talks on how to break through your psychological dilemmas using the limitless creative powers within you. Speaking in San Francisco, the teacher laid out his mental and mystical program with complete clarity and depth. These lectures have been lost to time - until now. Margaret Ruth Broome - a trusted and longtime student of Neville's - edited and transcribed these talks from a series of personal notes. These concise lessons illuminate Neville's teaching for the newcomer and provide fresh ideas and practices for the longtime student.

Narrated by historian Mitch Horowitz, The Power of Unlimited Imagination is an unforgettable journey into the work of a modern master.

Born to an English family in Barbados, Neville Goddard (1905-1972) moved to New York City at age 17 to study theater. In 1932, he abandoned his work as a dancer and actor to dedicate himself to a career as a metaphysical writer and lecturer. Neville influenced a wide range of spiritual thinkers, from Joseph Murphy to Carlos Castaneda.

©2015 Victoria Goddard (P)2016 Gildan Media LLC

Critic reviews

"The positive-thinking movement's most radical and subtly influential voice." (Mitch Horowitz, Time.com)