Conversations with God is Neale Donald Walsch's account of his direct conversations with God, beginning in 1992 while Walsch was immersed in a period of deep depression. He composed a letter to God in which he vented his frustrations, and much to his surprise, even shock, God answered him.
Focusing on the universal truths that influence all life, Conversations with God offers a picture of the could be better. Conversations with God challenges us to push past the imagined boundaries of what we believe ourselves capable and look instead to all that we can attain as co-creators with God.
©1996 Neale Donald Walsch; (P)2009 Phoenix
"Conversations with God contains a wisdom I believe we all have inside us but don't stop to listen to. Neale Walsch stopped, listened, and transcribed that word." (Dr. Bernie Siegel, author of Love, Medicine, and Miracles)
It was very inspiring and shade new light into my crazy life that keeps running in dead lock. Also it was very affirmative in that I confirms a lot of what I believed in but seen as odd behaviors by most others. It give me new guidelines to improve my life however it does give a lot my questions too.
That we are one and love is the answer. No religion is better than the other, all masters of the past was all real. different masters was sent to enlighten difference race or culture. You are your own master, and your the one to decide what you want to be. Just make up your mind and than staying with it. God will provide whatever you seek. And trust me, he/she answered.
God really listens and he is always with you. No sh*t!
ANSWERED QUESTIONS I CANNOT REMEMBER EVER NOT WANTING TO KNOW. GRATEFUL.
THE TEN COMMITMENTS
TOOOOOO MANY BOOKMARKS TO NAME.
CAN'T WAIT TO READ PART 2.
Whenever I go walking I love to listen and learn. Even while doing errands like going to the bank. Gone are nights falling alseep mid page.
Definitely up there in my top 5 Spirituality Books Ever. You will not be disappointed - even the most skeptical amongst you will enjoy this candid encounter. Something for everyone in this book.
This book is the first of a three part series. I loved this book. Of all three, I believe that this one was my favorite for whatever reason. As I have said again and again, you have to remember that you have to have an open mind going into this book/series. It is not meant to be anything more than a thought provoking book, in my opinion. It is obvious that the author comes from a Christian background but I think that he asks questions that everyone has asked or wanted to ask or thought as sometime or another. It definately is a great discussion book, I think it can help you form your own thoughts on what you believe in think. However, I can see where those who are very strict in thier organised religion could get a little irritated. I confess at times I wanted to puff up like a blow fish to a shark but, the fact of the matter is if you can't let go of your preconcieved notions and just read this book to help you become more sturdy in your thoughts and maybe even change your thoughts a little then this is not what you want to read. I loved it and I know that I will want to read the series over and over again just to see if I can catch anything I missed. I have had very good inner conversations with myself as well as others on how it changed my thinking, I agreed with thoughts or I thought that thought was a load of crock. I believe it is a great beginning to a wonderful series:)
I really enjoyed this audio book! It was my first experience with an audio book. I read the book in hardcopy, but listening to it was a completely different experience (and I needed to "read" it twice to fully understand). Great job by the narrators.
I am certain I will listen to this presentation many more times so I may fully utilize the incredible message it has to give. I have only had it 3 days. I have listened to it through twice and I take it to bed. I am hopeful that I may absorb the message subliminally.
I appreciated the clear human searching that was shown as questions were posed. Clear messages were offered in the midst of a touching, insightful interchange between the questioner (Neale Donald Walsch) and God/Goddess, the Divine, All That Is.
I appreciated the way the narrator would alternate between a Masculine depiction of God and a Feminine presentation of Goddess. All That Is, the Divine is Big Enough to be both without detracting from the message and ultimately enhancing the relationship man can have with there Creator/Source.
I did want to listen to it in one sitting, but I began late at night and wound up playing it through the night and awoke to it in the morning. Then, I took it to the beginning and began again. There is so much to absorb and I did not want to miss being able to utilize it as source material for my doctorate dissertation and as a source of information to be able to pass along to those I mentor and teach.
The information very closely parallel's the message of
Book 2, Book 3, and the entire 9 books by same author
Only small parts at a time, too much mind blowing information to assimilate at once.
Get it, Listen to it, Blow Your Mind Away!
Let me start with: I am not a believer. That said, I really enjoy with the way he plays with ideas and words; setting things askew. This is probably better in written form so one can return and review, but I like the audio version just fine.
As a person with dyslexia, audio books give me the opportunity to "read" wonderful books that I would otherwise miss. Thank you for this fabulous service.
A friend mentioned that he was reading this book. Since we are somewhat like-minded, I downloaded it. Wow! I really liked this book. I guess it's easy to like a theory that you already subscribe to. That's the case with me. I found myself stopping the book and back-tracking to make sure I heard it correctly. Growing up Catholic, I was too much of a thinker to blindly accept all that was in the catechissm. This book confirmed some conclusions I had drawn since then.
This book is not for everyone. Fundamentalists would certainly bridle at some of the concepts. But for me, it made a lot of sense.
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