You have learned to talk to God, to have a conversation. You have been given strength, hope, and love in your friendship with God, and you have returned it, for faith is a two-way street. Now God reaches out again...offering you wholeness...communion. Now you will know the God who believes in you. You have come here to learn, through your own experience, that God resides within you. You have come to have a meeting with the Creator - a Creator who is within you and all around you. And in order to do so, you must look beyond the Ten Illusions of Humans. When you recognize these illusions, you can change the way you think. When you accept that they are only illusions, you can change what you believe. And when you live without them, you can change the world.
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My daily commute time literally hijacked any spare time for reading, and then, AUDIBLE.
This is another book that'll become part of my permanent library, because it has touched the core of me.
The book was full of good material but I could have seriously done without the background music. It was of bad quality and overpowered the speaker at times. Also, there are three people reading, sometimes all three at a time. I guess for effect but all it really does is take from the book. Good content, not a good audiobook. I looked at a few of Neal's other books that were on my wish list and they are the same way. I might buy the books and read them, but I will not be buying anymore in the audio format. Sorry Neal.
Why this book was listed under Christianity is beyond me!
This book robbed a perfectly good forest of a tree and the author is breathing a usefull persons air.
If you are foolish enough to believe that there is no wrong or right and that if it feels good it must be good, then this book is just what you need to remain completly lost and ignorant of the truth.
If you are looking for something to inspire or strengthen your walk with God, look somewhere else. (and by the way the site forced me to give it one star so that I could post this review.)
Neale Walsch has several titles on this same subject and while it claims to be 'Christian', it is closer to pluralism. The basic foundation of this work is 'I'm ok, you're ok' and all beliefs are valid reguardless of religion. Neale writes a lot of religion, but this has no relationship to Biblical Christianity.
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