The One Habit That Will Change Your Life
Inner Conversations

“Our inner conversations are the causes of the circumstances of our lives. All that we can do is to control the nature and the direction of our inner conversation. A man’s mental conversations attract his life

Neville Goddard

Neville says “The world is a magic circle of INFINITE POSSIBLE MENTAL TRANSFORMATIONS” – theare are an infinite number of possible mental conversations. To change our mind we must first change the mental conversations we carry on with ourselves (our speech).

As long as there is no change in your mental conversations, your personal history remains the same.

Dr. Joe Dispenza is an international lecturer, researcher, corporate consultant, author, and educator who is driven by the conviction that each of us has the potential for greatness and unlimited abilities. As a researcher, Dr. Joe’s passion can be found at the intersection of the latest findings from the fields of neuroscience, epigenetics, and quantum physics to explore the science behind spontaneous remissions.

Dr Joe Dispenza life’s work has revolved around the inner workings of the human brain and the power that it wields. .

“Too many people walk around thinking that their life just is the way that it is and that they have no control over it”. To the contrary, Dispenza consistently tells people that “the neurons that fire together, wire together”.

Your brain neurons “fire”, or activate whenever you have thoughts. It is set up to solve problems and make connections. So if you show your brain confirmation, affirmation, or evidence of the life you want to live, you will begin to change your thought process and your life as a whole.

Science makes it easier for you to believe that you really can rewrite your story. If you want to rewrite your story it’s up to you to change the way that you think. Our thought life controls so much about us, so Dispenza’s findings might be just what you need to take some of that control back.

Anthony Robbins, is an entrepreneur and #1 New York Times bestselling author. He says: “What we do in life is determined by how we communicate to ourselves. In the modern world, the quality of life is the quality of communication. It’s not the events of our lives that shape us, but our beliefs as to what those events mean”.

Remember, nothing in life has any meaning except for the meaning you give it.

And the first step to begin to improve the quality of our lives, is to improve the quality of communication we have with ourselves.

Self-awareness helps you observing:

– How you listen to yourself.

– How you are feeling.

– What you are saying to yourself.

It can be hard to do this, especially when we’ve spent so long listening to others and what others tell us about ourselves. Or listening to what we want to tell ourselves, instead of what our self is trying to tell us.

Listening to ourselves comes with a certain level of humility and acceptance.  And courage.  To accept what is really happening, without denying it.

Telling yourself a reality that isn’t true as of the moment only serves to drag you down.  Accept, and move on, or believe otherwise, and be stuck. Watch your language, what you say and what you tell yourself.  We always have a choice.

Communicating with our self and others only serve to not only improve the quality of our lives, but the quality of the lives of the people we interact with as well.

In “The power of your subconscious mind” , Joseph Murphy explains how changing the pattern of our thoughts can lead to significant improvements in our relationships, finances and your physical and mental wellbeing.

According to him, the human mind is made of the conscious and the subconscious. The subconscious mind takes the conscious mind’s thoughts and ideas and executes them. Whatever we accept to be true, the subconscious mind acknowledges and works on it.

Since our thoughts create our reality, we need to consistently discipline our thoughts and the direction of our imagination. That is to say, when we focus on thinking or imagining negative things such as obstacles, problems, setbacks and failures, our mind begins to perceive these thoughts as real.

Instead of drowning in a whirlpool of negativity, what Dr. Murphy suggests is the need to align our imagination with the desired outcome. Therefore, if we want a positive outcome, it’s important to have a positive outlook on life.

According to Dr Joseph Murphy, our job is to get our subconscious mind to accept the idea of whatever it is we want to achieve. However, the subconscious mind will initially reject it. It can only be programmed over time through an intensity of effort and emotion.

The amazing thing about the subconscious mind is that once it accepts an idea, it will simply begin to execute it. When you imagine the delight of accomplishing your dream or goal, the subconscious mind will transform your imagination into reality. So, act and feel like the successful person that you wish to become, which will help you inch closer to your goal.

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As a man thinketh, so is he
Changing the world

When we start talking responsibility for our inner talking, we will also start seeing how this permeates and manifests in different areas of our lives. In particular, how our internal conversations are mirrored by people, events, situations in our lives.

“To attenpt to change the world before we change our inner talking, is to truggle against the very nature of things. Man can go round and round in the same circle of disappointments and misfortunes, not seeing them as caused by his own negative inner talking, but as caused by others”.

Neville Goddard

We often place the cause of our unhappiness, misfortune, imbalance, is to be found in relationships, world events, financial turmoil, illnessess, accidents, or our personal history. However, in reality, as the world withouth is the world within externalised, the real cause must be found within ourselves.

In this talk Neville Goddard tells the story of a girl who had difficulties in working with her employer.

“She was convinced that he injustly criticised and rejected her very best efforts”.

How many times we had those thoughts about our employer, spouse, partner, friends?

This girl approached Neville and told him about these difficulties. He explained to her that if she thought thought him unfair it was a sign that she herself was in need of a new conversation with herself.

Isnt’ that an interesting way to see things? What people do most of the times they “place the problem out there‘. They then have a conversation with somebody else, about the person they are having the problem with, and the gossip achieve nothing but reinforcing the original cause withing, that in turn is again projected without.

It is a vicious circle that continue to spiral downwards until the original cause within is addressed and healed. How? By changing our inner conversation. In this case, by changing what we are telling ourselves about the other person.

Neville says “There was no doubt that she was mentally arguing with her empoyer, for others only echo that which we wispered to them in secret”.

She then told Neville that she argued with him mentally all day long.

This was her ongoing mental conversation that was being projected out into reality. Her employer’s attitude was not the cause, but was the result of her mental conversation. Her employer was simply mirroring what was going on within her mind.

“When she realised what she had been doing, she agree to change her inner conversations with her employer, she imagined that he had congratulated her on her fine work and that she in turn had thanked him for his praise and kindness”.

What the girl does is:

– She realised that there is a Field, and through this field we are all connected.

– That she needs to change something within, and not without.

– That was she needs to change is the inner conversation she is constantly having about her employer.

– She changes the inner conversation and “goes to the end“. This enables her to change her state. She changes her emotional state, and she moves to a different state of consciousness, by creating a mental picture of the desired result as if it was true, and assuming the emotional state of that event.

To her great delight she soon discovered that her own attitude was the cause of all that befell her. The behaviour of her employer reversed itself”.

The girl changed her internal conversation with her employer and this eventually externalised in her employer changing his attitude towards her. She discovered that the problem was not her employer, but the cause was withing her, it was her very attitude towards him.

The girl changed her internal conversation, she changed state, and by changing her state she changed her reality. It is what happens when Neville got honourably discharged from the army or when he got two impossible tickets for Aida for his two brothers.

How many times we dwell in our reality, trying to fight and argue with people around us? When we become aware of our inner talk, we realise that people are like mirrors and are reflecting our inner conversations.

We can sit down and imagine changing the mental conversations we are having with them, therefore changing our realities.

Human beings are conscious beings that have the power to create by thinking Thoughts are things, and they do create our reality. Energy follows thoughts.


The One Habit That Will Change Your Life – Neville Goddard

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The One Habit That Will Change Your Life – Neville Goddard

Giancarlo Serra

Giancarlo Serra works as a Healer, Regression Therapist and Reiki Teacher. Read More.

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