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THE LUCKY GIRL SYNDROME: BE THAT LUCKY GIRL NOW!

You May Have Heard Of The Lucky Girl Syndrome. Here Is The Fusion Of Spritual & Scientific Concepts To Help You Consciously Create Your Reality.

Neville Goddard was a 20th-century mystic and author who wrote extensively about the power of the mind and imagination in creating one's reality. While he didn't specifically use the term "self-concept" or "The Lucky Girl Syndrome" as it is commonly understood today, his teachings encompass the idea that our beliefs and imaginations shape our experiences. Here are some general principles from Neville Goddard's teachings that may help in shaping your self-concept:


  1. Imagination Creates Reality: Neville Goddard emphasized the idea that your imagination is a powerful tool for creating your reality. Imagine yourself as the person you want to be, living the life you desire.

  2. Feel the Reality: It's not just about visualizing; it's about feeling the reality of your desired state. Imagine the emotions and sensations associated with being the person you aspire to become.

  3. Assume the Feeling of the Wish Fulfilled: Live in the assumption that your desired state is already a reality. Act as if you have already achieved your goals. This involves embodying the confidence and characteristics of the person you want to be.

  4. Persist in Your Assumption: Consistency is key. Neville Goddard suggested persisting in your assumption even when external circumstances seem contrary. Your inner state of being is what matters most.

  5. Avoid Contradictory Thoughts: Be mindful of any thoughts or beliefs that contradict your desired self-concept. Replace negative or contradictory thoughts with positive and affirming ones.

  6. Use Affirmations: Affirmations can be a powerful tool to reinforce your desired self-concept. Craft positive statements that reflect the person you are becoming and repeat them regularly.

  7. Trust the Process: Trust that the changes you are making internally will manifest externally. Patience and belief in the process are crucial.

Remember, Neville Goddard's teachings are metaphysical in nature and may not align with everyone's beliefs. It's essential to find what resonates with you personally and adapt these principles in a way that feels authentic and meaningful. Additionally, combining these ideas with practical actions that align with your goals can be a well-rounded approach to personal development and makind your dreams into physical realities.


BY: HANNAH ANDERSSON

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