What is Everyone is You Pushed Out?

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If you’ve entered the world of Neville Goddard or the Law of Assumption, you’ve definitely heard about the phrase “everyone is you pushed out”. This simple yet complex concept can help you manifest the life you want.

Neville says, “See the world as nothing more than yourself pushed out and everything in it as aiding the birth of your imagination, for the behavior of the world relative to you determined by the concept you hold of yourself! It doesn’t really matter what your individual personal life is, the whole vast world is yourself pushed out and everyone in it is there to aid the birth of all of your imaginal acts. Regardless of whether it takes one or one hundred thousand, everyone will play his part, and you don’t have to ask his permission for your world is animated by your own wonderful human imagination.”

Here’s my take on EIYPO:

Imagine yourself in front of a mirror. Tell your reflection to smile… did it smile? No (but if it did that’s spooky). The only way your reflection could smile back at you is if YOU smiled.

The world and everything in it, is simply a reflection of your assumptions about yourself and of people.

Let’s take it further.

If there is someone in your life that isn’t behaving the way you want to, they are simply reflecting what your assumptions are (about yourself and of the world). Pay attention to what you are saying about them.

For example, your boss is a grumpy and angry person and you wish for them to be a good and pleasant boss. Look at what your beliefs are about them. Do you believe that you have bad luck with bosses? They are just an angry person? Well, they HAVE to reflect that back to you. It’s the law.

So what can we do to change them? Focus on you, you are the pusher, everyone is YOU pushed out.

Imagine what it would be like for YOU to have an amazing boss. When your boss walks in the door, instead of thinking “ugh here they come” think, “wow, I’m so lucky to have an awesome boss”. Notice the inner conversations you are having with yourself about them and with them. Do you argue with them in your mind? Change them! Imagine a conversation with them that you enjoy. Have them say exactly what you want to hear.

You aren’t forcing anyone to do anything, it’s about you and how you feel about whatever it is. It’s about you and only you having the experiences you want. You are the only one who needs to change. Change your assumptions about yourself and of people, they will reflect that back to you.

Let’s put it in simple steps:

  1. What is currently being reflected back to you?
  2. What is your ideal situation?
  3. What would it feel like if now it/they were your ideal?
  4. What inner conversation would you have now that it’s all in your favor?

The important thing is, you only need to change yourself. If you change, the reflection changes. Focus on you, and how YOU feel towards the situation.

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