LOA Daily - The Search, by Neville Goddard

June 27th, 2019

The Search, by Neville Goddard

This week we tackle one of the shortest books Neville Goddard ever wrote. It’s the story of three waking dreams Neville had that summarize his own experience living his own teachings.

The title reflects the human experience of asking and attempting to answer ultimate questions, and the book summarizes his own answers to those questions.

This is a book that must be read after studying Neville’s other teachings. Without those teachings as context, he comes off in this book as an egomaniac with delusions of Godhood.

But in the context of what Cindie and I call the Neville decoder ring, the metaphors and symbology that Neville uses in his teaching, this book transforms into something that is both beautiful and masterful.

There is really no better example from any of Neville’s works than this one, in that it is an example of how the only way to truly understand Neville is to understand that he teaches using metaphor, simile, symbolism, allegory, and other literary devices. Treating his writings literally will only lead you astray.

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