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The author of the Conversations with God series writes another "dialogue" between two voices on the subject of who God is and how the human understanding of God makes a difference in choices and behavior. Walsch writes candidly that "very little here cannot be found, cumulatively, in the sacred writings of all the world's wisdom traditions," as he retells the life story of the Buddha and insists on the divinity of Jesus Christ. Yet, he continues, in much the same way a more traditional theologian would, humans "have not been listening." His objection is to a God made in the image of humanity that has justified violence and exclusivity. The alternative he proposes is an immanent process rather than a super being who demands allegiance. For Walsch, this "expanded view" of God and spirituality engenders improvements in human institutions. The second half of the book imagines practical applications based on a utopian world in which this new spirituality reigns. Chapters envision changed relationships, sex, politics and education, and Walsch even speculates about a cash-free future society in which there will be no mandatory taxation. Walsch is consistent in the concerns throughout his dozen-plus books and speaks simply—some would say too simply—about great questions of purpose, peace and happiness that haunt humanity.
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The Conversations with God guy is back, with more conversations with God. As he cautioned in The New Revelations (2002), so he cautions here: he doesn't have much new to say. Still, "you might find . . . a New You. And a way to create a New World." Half of this book retreads the turf trod in New Revelations, which, you'll recall, had to do with junking the old, judgmental God in favor of the God that really is--a divinity who never asks for anything, doesn't care how you connect with Him, doesn't operate in terms of right and wrong but in terms of what works and what doesn't, communicates all the time, and never damns anyone or lets anybody die. The other half is called "The Fourth Transformation," and God assures us it's inevitable. He points up in boldface what this transformation will bring, such as "your presently established religions will stop fighting with each other," and "the idea that politics and spirituality do not mix will be abandoned forever." Hmmm. Isn't that what happens in a perfected Christian or Islamic society, anyway? God/Walsch isn't about to deliquesce into Christianity or Islam, however, for He also bold-facedly predicts, "Your presently established religions will stop declaring that something can exist outside of God." Those who believe that creator and creation are distinct probably should be discouraged from reading even that far. Ray Olson
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Atria Books; Reprint edition (January 4, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0743463048
  • ISBN-13: 978-0743463041
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1.1 x 8.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #703,960 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I've read many books pertaining to our need to change the way we go about doing things if we are to succeed as a species on this planet. Many have outlined the necessary steps that we must make in order to do so and none have done it more succinctly and beautifully as this book from Neale Donald Walsch.
Recognizing the duality that exists within us as our ego and our true self, and that the true self is currently overshadowed by the ego, cuts to the very nature of our current world situation and all its attending war, strife and suffering. Only the ego uses tools of fear to try to bring about solutions to all the problems we see. Walsch's book brings this duality to the forefront using a very unique literary vehicle and whether you choose to believe that he actually converses with God is irrelevant. His word's ring so true that if read without blinders and preconceptions they touch our very core, our true selves,love.
When we finally realize that all our travails are rooted in ego manifesting our reality we'll know that we aren't separate, but one, and that the belief in separateness is killing us at an ever increasing pace. Our problems are spiritual in nature as expressed through our misguided and misunderstood teachings of our religions. Walsch clearly shows how the dogmatic aspects of those religious beliefs have lead us very close to the brink of our own self destruction. All our religions at their foundation teach that love is the only answer. Unfortunately, misinterpretations of our religions are what the ego uses to have us believe that our's is the only way to salvation, and our way is the only way. Using all aspects of fear it manipulates us to the point that we no longer know who we really are and we cave into the fear.
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Once again Neale and God challenge us to challenge our notions of God. Each time I think Neale and God have said all there is to say, another set of nuances become present. This is evolution in action!

Before Neale's books, I had only found a couple books that *truly* struck a chord in my heart. Then the CWG series struck a chord so resounding that it was almost overwhelming. This is TRUTH, my heart said. Not just part of this, but every bit of it gave sound to the harmony I was seeking. It revealed the meaning I knew had to be at the root of our existence. And finally, the truth had been revealed. And each time I thought Neale had taken the revelation as far as possible, he has come back with another awesome addition.

Seek your own heart's truth. There is none else. The God revealed in Neale's books gives us that freedom.

Many people would have us believe that God requires much of us, but Tommorrow's God requires nothing specific of us. For some that is heresy. For some, that means that humanity will destroy itself with inappropriate behaviours.

For me, and for my vision of my fellow man, the ultimate requirement God has for us, is simply that we take full responsibility for all of our actions, and that we truly USE the complete freedom of choice which God has so wonderfully bestowed upon us all.

My vision of God is exactly that revealed so beautifully in all of Neale's books. Before these books, I had the beginnings off such a vision of God, but I could not complete the vision myself. I searched everywhere for the truth. It must be here somewhere, no? But I only found bits and pieces of divine truth, which were often intertwined with other bits of *human* truths which did not resonate in my soul.
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Wow...what a great read...I'm so sorry that the people that said they read this book didn't fully understand its brilliant implications. When Jesus was practicing his message, he too, was considered blasphemous. He shocked people with his message that God is Love and that the Kingdom of heaven...of God is right here and right now. Of course people didn't really believe that then and they still don't believe that.

Wouldn't it be truly wonderful if we really believed that God was always right where we were? Wouldn't it be incredible if we really felt that God is a God of Love; that the Holy Spirit is within and around everyone and everything? Wouldn't the earth be a magnificent place if we could really accept, embrace, and embody the Truth that God has no preferences, needs, or wants...that God created us out of Itself...that we are spiritual beings right here and right now and that Love, Peace, and Joy are already within our hearts simply waiting to be released?

Neale Donald Walsch creates a new vision for us to consider. Of course, certain people are not going to like it or agree with it because it challenges one to really look at what he/she may believe about God and their personal relationship to this Divine Presence. It always makes me a little sad when I see fundamentalists on television holding up the Holy Bible and then condemning others. Whatever happened to "Judge not?" or "God is Love", or "Ye are gods" or the other scriptures that point to a more spiritual approach to life?

Everything is sacred. Every person is made in the Image and Likeness of God. There are no ifs, ands, or buts in God. God is total and complete Love and Love does not create conditions, limits, or restrictions.

Jesus challenged the people of his day to look within.
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