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)2006, 2015 Audio Literature, Phoenix Books
"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)
made sense, something- to think about in a different point of view- not least to say, courageous to have expressed feelings (world wide)
its a great book and I have read a couple times before. The narration didn't do the book justice though. I felt like the male narrator often misinterpreted/misunderstood the tone of the book. I also don't know if have a male and female were really necessary.... although I get the point for having used. I don't think it added anything. There are also musical breaks in thr book that are miss timed.
I appreciate finally having a complete view of God I can wholly embrace. Lose all judgement of self and others. Love yourself and all others as children of God. I highly recommend this book.
Yes very much so wish I had heard it years ago
Love the two choices for the narration
Absolutely, and am presently on my 4th time through.
There are far too many to select just one!
I was surprised at how much I enjoyed the author. Truthfully I thought I'd find him a bit whiny. Far from it, he spoke in a way I could identify with. Additionally, I really liked how they switched the voice of God between a man and a woman, yet there were a couple of times I thought Ed sounded a bit harsh or angry. Generally though, I'd give it a 4.5 out of 5.
No, there are huge things to think about everywhere in this book.
This book is focused on your connection with your innermost truth. While certain language in the overview may give an impression of a deeply 'religious' view, it is a deeply 'spiritual' view that can resonate with anyone regardless of your affiliation. I first read parts of this book nearly 15 years ago, and frankly I just didn't 'get'. However, I tried again, a couple of times. The first part of the teaching can be challenging, but you'll soon settle into the cadence of this book, and I guarantee you'll grow as a result.
If you're desperate for an empowering way of looking at the existence of humanity, don't hesitate to free your mind of all encumbrances by pressing play. The narration is also wonderfully recorded. This is a treasure.
After listening to this book, I feel a huge confirmation after reading numerous other self improvement books. I appreciate the one on one experience with the voice of the higher being speaking with the narrator.
First chapter is pretty deep! I had to listen to it twice to catch most of it...still digesting it.
It's an easy listen and the narrator's are very good! I have listened to it completely 2 time now and am on to my 3rd. I really like it.
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