It wants to stand at arm's length from traditional religion, which I appreciate but at times it does get a bit snooty.
A friend bought the hard back version of this book for me as a gift years and years ago. Try as I might, I could not finish it. It was with dismay and delight that I discovered I could not only finish this audio version,but that I could not wait to listen again.
Wow! What a experience. I am listening to second time. Love the voices. Truly inspiring
I wish it would've continued on into infinity...this book filled in my crazy daily routine with peace,calm and a sense of "it's all OK"...just what the doctor ordered!
I absolutely love this book... so crisp, clear vocab & easy to follow... if you want to be inspired by Gods truth and love, this is your book. (you might not agree with all thats said but thats where you wrasp what applies & discard what doesnt) i truly, truly recommend it... i now have a new/greater perpective & understanding of God and life.. ^-^ Thx
Yes, multiple times (except for the interview at the end).
It helps erase much current fear based dogma in many religions.
Yes, the narrators were great BUT I did not understand why this audiobook had an interview with James Redfield at the end to discuss the content.
Neale Donald Walsch is the author and is still alive, why not get an interview with him about his book? It seemed James unintentionally introduced a bit of dogma himself in the part about fear, which was NOT in the actual content.
Either let the work stand by itself or interview the actual author. It felt like a big letdown to have such a great work immediately be subjected to someone else's interpretation (which is how all great consciousness has been turned into dogma over time).
God 2.0, updated with more Love and less Judgement
Skip the interview at the end, let the truths that resonate with you and make you feel good be the ones you take away from this.
I am in awe of the way this book was written.
As I listened, my heart and mind opened up,
like never before. I enjoyed the "deep-ness"
of which I connected in so many ways.
Thank you Neal Walsch!!!