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  • Hardcover: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing (May 8, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1571746064
  • ISBN-13: 978-1571746061
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.8 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,462 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Praise for CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD: 'I read this and it completely turned everything I believe about religion on its head. If you are at all religious, you should read this book.' -- Francis Rossi, Metro --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

About the Author

Neale Donald Walsch is a writer of internationally bestselling books on spirituality and personal development. His books have sold more than 7.5 million copies worldwide and have been translated into 37 languages. Walsch lives in Ashland, Oregon.

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Neale Donald Walsch devotes his time to sharing the messages of his books through writing, lecturing, and facilitating spiritual renewal retreats. The creator of the School of the New Spirituality and founder of The Group of 1000, a nonprofit organization supporting global spiritual awakening, he lives in Ashland, Oregon, and may be contacted through www.nealedonaldwalsch.com.

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All of Neale's books are excellent to read and very inspiring.
Cory62
This book has changed the way I look at all change and even the way I look at life.
Jennifer Mannion
Strongly recommended read, especially for anyone going through tough times.
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139 of 151 people found the following review helpful By dogsinfl on June 28, 2009
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I've just finished reading the book and am actually re-skimming it just to find one little nugget to prove I didn't just waste two days. Just like a bad movie with a 5 star rating, I kept on going: "Surely with all these great reviews and the devotion to CwG I just haven't gotten to the good stuff yet."

The author's conversational tone is nice, and I believe he understands the pain I'm in. His premise too is fine - he says we have to literally change everything - stop isolating, change your emotions / thoughts / truths, and "know" that all change is for the best and that you're its author.

I have two chief complaints. First, this is primarily a regurgitation of many others' ideas (law of attraction, change your thoughts change your life, etc.). I did learn some new things about meditation, but that too came from someone else. The few new things - or at least twists - were incredibly convoluted, and some of the biggest stretches came with the least persuasive arguments.

Second and most frustrating, if there's anything practical to be had (as in exercises to actually change your perception of change), apparently it will come from attending one of his workshops or purchasing the workbook (not yet released but you can read the TOC in this book!) or enrolling on his oft-promoted web site for a nine dollar monthly fee (still under construction; one of the three life coaches is his poet wife).

The author said we'd need tools not just philosophy to accomplish these shifts; I'm still waiting.
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214 of 238 people found the following review helpful By grimlock007 on June 12, 2009
Format: Hardcover
I have to say, I was pretty excited about this title. The Conversations series was very interesting. This book however, reads like one of those 'get rich quick' scams on the internet with the long web page that tells you over an over again how revolutionary their product is...all for the low low price of $[..]. The author pushes his revolutionary product, the website[...]. He urges readers to go there immediately to help them cope with their issues. I just went there. The website hasn't even launched yet. Pathetic. Even more pathetic is how he uses his wife's poor attempts at poetry in front of the different chapters and tells us how wonderful her poems are. He repeats himself over and over agian, and actually tells us that he's repeating himself. This book would be 7 pages long if he would get to the point and say things once. I understand that the book needs a certain amount of pages, but at least give us some real life examples instead of telling us how you're going to repeat yourself. I'm very disappointed, and I wanted very much to like this book. Instead of being helped, I've just wasted time. Don't waste yours.
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By luv2read on June 20, 2009
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I had high hopes from the title and the first few pages. Unfortunately, as I got into the book, it just got stupid. There are multiple references to a web site, when one would do, and just had stupid psychobabbly passages. Not a pathway to peace, a pathway to insanity. Here's a paragraph:
First we asked, where does reality come from? And the answer was: it emerges out of our experience. Then we asked, where does our experience come from? And the answer was: it emerges out of our emotion. Then we asked, where does our emotion come from? And the answer was: it emerges out of our thought. Then we asked, where does our thought come from? And the answer was: it emerges out of our truth. Now we ask, where does our truth come from? And the answer is: it emerges out of our data.

Made me want to ask, where is the book going? And the answer was: in the garbage, quick. Then the next page said:
Oh boy...this is doing more than breaking the Line of Causality. This is mind bending. Whew. Okay, I need a little break here. I really do. I mean, I'm writing this stuff and I need a little break. How must it be on your end?

Well, the answer to that is my mind wasn't bent, it was blown. I can't believe this actually got published. Stupid book in my opinion. I want a refund.
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75 of 88 people found the following review helpful By N. BULLOCK on May 11, 2009
Format: Hardcover
This book answered my question: How do I handle changes TODAY, that are overwhelming and coming way too fast for me to manage or comprehend. Compassionately, Neale Donald Walsch explains simply, the mechanics of why we feel the way we do, what we can do about it, and how to DEVELOP THE SKILL of embracing and thriving peacefully in change for the rest of our lives. Sound to good to be true? It isn't; I'm living it. The book helped me immediately welcome Change, as MY new friend.

A MUST HAVE, this book reads easily and doesn't throw "Shazam! You're healed!" rhetoric at you. (Thank God!) You will want to read it again and again, and share it with everyone you know who is struggling with change...which is all of us (at some point or another). Especially now.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By LadyMuse on July 30, 2009
Format: Hardcover
I bought this because I have had some major changes in my life. I thought that perhaps I'd glean some kernel of wisdom from it that all of my other reading hadn't given me, or shed some light on one I thought I knew already.

I have to say much to my chagrin, that I'm disappointed. For *me* this book is not good. It reads like a self promotion for his website, which charges for monthly services that he touts in his book as a means of connecting. I remember having the thought as I first read about all that you can do on his site "Yes, and how much does that cost...". I was shocked I thought that, but the more I read it (giving it a fair shake) the more those words came out from behind my thoughts to become the prominant thoughts.

It began to seem like every sentence was "go to my website, sign up for monthly subscription, learn how to connect and deal with change..." We already paid for the book! It continued to read like a carrot on a stick type book even to the middle of the book where I finally stopped reading.

I have a voracious appetite for books and normally even a book that might limp along I will still read. I actually put this down several times. I doggedly tried to continue, reading halfway through it before I put it down for the final time.

The positive of this book is that for someone who is not so well versed on the writers before this book, it may be an eye opener. I DO like how in some places it's worded as a conversation. I dislike how in some places he takes that conversation to a new low by saying HE needs a break too. I understand the concept of identifying with your audience but not everyone needs those kinds of breaks nor does it inspire confidence to read that the author needs them too.

I like his CwG books, I had wanted to like this one... but just wasn't able to get there with it. If you've never seen a book about this type of topic you may enjoy it. I however, did not.
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