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CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD. Book 1. an uncommon dialogue. NEALE DONALD WALSCH. echecs16.info echecs16.info echecs16.info: Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1 ( ): Neale Donald Walsch: Books. Conversations With God: An Uncommon Dialogue (Bk. 1) [Neale Donald Neale Donald Walsch - Conversations with God Trilogy 3 book set RRP £ by.

People who bought this also bought Few modern writers have had more influence on popular thinking about God than Neale Donald Walsch. Neale Donald Walsch, together with award-winning actors Ed Asner and Ellen Burstyn, reveals a God who is loving, believable, understanding of our weaknesses, and, most important, easy to talk with. He invites us to question our basic assumptions about ourselves, about each other, about life and how it works, and about God, and to rethink the very definition of humanity. The Essential Path challenges every human to make a daring decision - to look at who we are and how we can choose to be, in a planet-altering new way. By Brian Geraths on Friendship with God Narrated by: Edward Asner, Ellen Burstyn, Neale Donald Walsch Length: 9 hrs and 19 mins Unabridged 5 out of 5 stars Performance 5 out of 5 stars Story 5 out of 5 stars Offering wonderful insights into how to use our relationship with God in practical ways that make a difference in our daily lives, this program also recounts Walsch's personal experiences as they relate to the original Conversations with God trilogy.

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Whenever I forget and become depressed I reread this book to remember. The author has written this in such a way that it is easy to follow and understand the subject at hand. It is a good read and leaves you feeling that the answers have been right there all along even though you didn't even know or realize it. It is an uncommon dialogue the author has with God but just may be what is needed at times in life when it seems there is no answer when the opposite is true.

The ending is very well worded and lets you know God is always with you. I recommend this book to anyone. The first section is a bit slow going I wish I had read this book 20 years ago. I give it to everyone I know. I bought 3 copies. Put your preconceived notions aside. I have been reading and listening to Abraham Hicks for about four years now. I came across this book after reading a Mike Dooley book.

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This book is phenomenal! It goes much deeper than Abraham Hicks. Whereas Abraham Hicks is a lot about how can I make more money, this book is more about general questions why is the world this way, why does this person have this illness, etc.

The writing in this book is amazing and the message is profound and life changing. I wish I would have had this book for years. I thank the author for his courage in sharing this book. I have a Ph. I can honestly say that Conversations with God Book 1 was the most profound and impactful book I have ever read. In fact, if I could have only read one book in my entire life it would be CwG book 1. Due to my experience, I have sought out and have spent quite a bit of time with the author, Neale Donald Walsch.

Neale, both in person and in his writings, is in the top 10 most influential people in my life. As a result of the CwG dialog my life has been transformed and will never be the same. I have to credit him for his I truly don't know what to think about this book. It stunned me that anyone would have the courage to pen something like this.

I have to credit him for his bravery in getting this out there. There are some very compelling things here that are worth seriously thinking about. But it's unclear to me whether this is "God" he is channeling or just his thoughts about religion and life in general. There seemed to be a lot of frustration in the writings, which would indicate that there is so much that is subjective here.

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Of course, the end result is assured, but you still have to live your life with your own value system, labeling certain things bad and other things good and doing what's right, according to yourself. God has said: "It would be the greatest evil to call nothing evil. Often, understanding brings forth remembering. You claim that the books do not recognize the need for taking responsibility for ones actions, but God has never said anything like that.

You write about Walsch's promotional spirit, as if promotion is a bad thing. I too believe the teachings by Walsch are one of the most important in today's world, vastly surpassing anything I've read from classic Christianity. Can this not be true?

And if it were true, would it wrong to say such a thing? Is it wrong to say such a thing, in any case?

Apparently, it is wrong to make money and use it for projects you deem useful and worthy. Apparently, you can only do that if the whole world agrees. Or wrong to make money doing something important.

All other people can make the money they want, but not a genuine teacher, so you say. You can criticize Walsch all you want, but that doesn't change one thing about the value of the teachings of the books.

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You write "why does he give us the mission of spreading his fine words exactly as if it were about a perfect thought, and that to spread it would be The Means sufficient to bring peace on the Earth with no need to think more seriously on the details as we don't need any more knowledge since we already have it? But he needs to promote them, doesn't he?

Wouldn't you? And I believe these ideas can bring us One Big Step closer to world peace. The ideas won't do it alone, mind you. They will need careful consideration by many many individuals, all considering these ideas to see if they can make use of them.

You have misinterpreted his teaching on Knowledge and now use it whenever you see fit, and yet serious thinking is at the core of this teaching: find the answers within. Think about it. Explore it. Criticize it. See if you can do better. Have you not read his ideas on the school system? You state that you have a technological solution of the need to attain transparency. Apparently, you believe that such a system I have not taken the time to look at it in detail will be immediately accepted by the world population, while another system of economical transparency will not.

In my eyes, a technical system is required but its acceptance is always based on the state of mind of the populance, which is a spiritual factor. By the way: the world need not become a Walschian every one of us, but only needs to recognize some very sound principles, that do not require any faith at all, only observation, observation and observation. I have not read any further. I can only say that your interpretation of Walsch's words is way different from mine.

Have we read the same books? Apparently so.

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I think you've misinterpreted many teachings, seeing things that are just not there. Of course, nothing is lost, because you've stayed close to your own understanding of life. That will always serve you better than accepting something without second thought. Walsch only asserts that children are born with two fears: the fear of falling and the fear of loud noises, and that all other fears are learned.

These can be learned quickly of course. But I do not know much about children, so I could not judge. Yours faithfully, My reply: Thank you for your remarks that will help me complete my page and avoid misunderstandings. All right, I admit I made a little exaggerations in my summary of Walsch's doctrine, it was to show its limits.

And well, all right, my disagreement also comes from complementary ideas that I did not explain and I should explain but I have many projects and my time to correct everything is limited. I have a different conception about what is the key process of life.

My conception is a scientific one. Scientifically, the notion of key process is not a matter of what things deeply "are", but the notion of what is the logic by which they work together.

And : looking for the key process of life : what for? I need not care about who I am deeply. Because anyway I know that I cannot access it in this life but I will access it after this life, no matter what I am trying now. What I need to care most about in this life is the question of what should I do for the sake of mankind. Because mankind is now in a critical process, that may lead to a catastrophy or to a golden age.

In particular a big problem is to protect the environment. And in this critical process, with my intelligence I may be very helpful. My contribution can be equivalent to saving millions of life. So I consider that my own life and my personal spiritual And many people could also be this way helpful, if only they were able and decided to let their rational intelligence work.

But only very few are doing so, and I observe that Walsch's teachings does not lead them very specially to do so. Yeah he does not either tell them to not do so, but this is not enough : he misses the point. So reading Walsch's teachings, people are believing they accessed very important teaching, but here they forget that it is possible to do better.

By what magic? For me, the matter is to manage to be rational. A rational person does not make irrational expectations, but calculates exactly what should be done to reach the best result.

As being rational is the condition to find this action that reaches the best result, and therefore it is the way we should follow. In this case, there will be no matter of expectations that will ruin the result. I agree there is a problem here: very few people are able to practice this level of rationality, even if they want to.

Therefore, things are different from one person to another, and no general teaching can be validly "the best for everybody" though there are teachings which should be stated for some cases. The problem is that, by nature, the question of responsibility requires certain methods to be properly handled, that is the rational method. Walsch misses this point. Without giving the direction of a proper method, saying that one admits responsibility, is useless. In fact, I consider that our responsibility in this life is to search for our responsibilities that may be hidden at first.

And we need a proper method to find them. If Walsch pretends to speak about key matters of life and does not consider this point and properly efficient ways to the methods then I consider that he misses all the point.

I agree that classic Christianity is a dangerous bullshit and that Walsch's position is a bit better. So well if he manages to point out some errors of Christianity and helps a number of people escape it then it is a good point.

But the fact it is new with respect to classic Christianity does not mean that it is a revelation in itself, nor that it is from God. Indeed, someone else pointed out that nothing of Walsch's teachings is new, but the sources are outside classic Christianity.

I don't mean that. Money can be okay if it is fair. Here I consider it is not: made out of lies, pretending to receive a revelation from God and that it be new, while it is in fact copied from old sources and inspired by very human intelligence; pretending that it is a universal key to life while it is some incomplete clues that may make you believe you got a much bigger revelation than what you really have, and that makes you miss some other more important points.

I consider they should be so much transformed that the best result can be more easily obtained without reading Walsch at the start. So I don't think it brings us any one step closer. It will be as good to invent solutions independently never mentioning Walsch nor anything of his teachings.

I even consider it would be better if done in the right way. Because the serious things of this world is not about whether people remember what they are, but it is how they manage to protect the environment, and what technology can change our political order.

Yeah but the question is how to manage to efficiently examine the ideas. The right answer is by scientific method. Walsch does not lead us to this right method, on the contrary he indicates us methods that have little efficiency.

When he presents us his ideas on what should be taught at school, science and scientific thinking methods are not properly considered. There is little chance for ideas to be properly examined in this way. The point is that transparency is not sufficient in itself to make a working and best system.

I consider that acceptance of transparency is not a matter of whether people have a favorable idea or not about transparency anyway they have the ideas they have and you can't change them , but whether the transparent system that you are proposing is working and useful in all its other aspects.

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Because people anyway don't care so much about transparency, but rather about whether they can make good business with this system. And the question to be efficient and support good business, is not just a matter of transparency. Yeah so the role of Walsch here is very small. One of the important principles is to use the scientific method or at least accept the conclusions of those who can do it, in many situations. This does not appear in Walsch's teachings.

After this I'm having one more look to Walsch's books. Reading Book 2, chapter 1: the end of this chapter the claim that God speaks to us and we just don't listen is very wonderful words It is the very same logical context as what I found in Christianity.

It pretends to be true truly possible though rare by giving an example: Walsch himself. To this my answer is that this very example is false too. Anyway I have proven that this Walsch's claim is false. Therefore it is just a damn lie. We humans have been able to develop communications systems to discuss everything very easily between us between all parts of the planet.

If God had anything to tell us about what we should do, and we as very often would like to follow His will but don't how how to listen to Him and what is He saying, then instead of being so coward He should open an email account and write us in clear all the information we need to know. As for me, it is my will that He does this way to address to me. So if it is my will and if my will is God's will, then why does not he do this? Apart from this, well I read again Walsch's ideas on education.

Well, they are globally good ideas, much better anyway than the present system. But they are just intelligent ideas, that anyone intelligent could have said as well, if only people had not been brainwashed out of intelligence by the present world, or unable of intelligence from the genetic limitations of the maniest.

The problem is that he is lying about what is the right method to discover some good ideas of this kind. He pretends that it is by shutting up our thoughts for a sort of superhuman ability of "hearing God", which is false. More remarks - Walsch never mentioned the central role that the principle of online dating has to play in the search of soulmate; he never mentioned the fact that we should consider our reponsibility and duty of charity in the domain of matchmaking, as regards to the purpose of letting a better chance to the shy, unlucky people and other people for whom finding soulmate is a hard task.

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This responsibility would consist in ensuring to implement systems that give better chances of finding soulmate for people who would deserve to. For not abandoning girls to the risk of being caught by bad guys before the nice and shy ones have a chance to meet them, with the risk for the latter to remain desperately single. But, this is a kind of responsibility that the computers of online dating, could manage much better than humans themselves if programmed properly.

This points out the central role of technology, that is much forgotten in Walsch's ideas. How could a God have forgotten such an important question? The problem is that to make a progress in mankind, we have to find out and recognise many truths that are neither simple nor sexy in the way he invites us.

The world is very complex, and to understand it and build a better society, we have to understand its complexity, and its many very hard paradoxes.

In order to manage this, it would be necessary to make a clear separation in our thoughts, between the understanding level which should be purely rational, scientific, abstract and impersonal, and the nature of the objects that are being understood this way, which may be very sentimental and personal questions. In a sense I could say that doing things properly can finally make everything sexy : the understanding can be sexy to the rational intelligence because it is seriously rigourous and because properly understood rigour is what can be sexy to the intelligence , to find out the best way for the events involved to become more sexy to the feelings.

But mixing the level of things, like trying to find out an understanding that should be directly sexy to the involved realities of personal feelings, may be a terrible mistake, for example in the problems of corruption and susceptibility that I mentioned here.

This is a very common mistake. It is very important ideas that, I think, go much further and deeper than Walsch's philosophy in a number of questions that are important for mankind. Not important questions to make those who understand them feel better, but important questions from a political viewpoint, of how to better take one's responsibilities, not spread mistakes, and provide all people a more comfortable environment.

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These are deep truths that Walsch's "God" desperately missed, and that he somehow opposed by his ignorance of them, so what is He worth? Conclusion Broadly thus, the few mistakes in Neale Donald Walsch's theology seem just a little too significant to me to reflect with dignity the revelation which he claims of God who should at least have the kindness to never be mistaken nor to induce us into error on such simple questions.

Christianity is no better!!!! If you think that Christians are more responsible people, you should read about God's undoubtable promises. If you think that Christianism is more true and consistent, you should read some perfectly rigourous and undeniable refutations of Evangelical Christianity.

More generally a huge lot of arguments and explanations are available in the present site as well as in other sites by many people , which Christians just should have the decendy of caring to learn instead of their current extremely indecent way of staying like idiots and still go bother many vulnerable people with the pride of their ignorance about how harmful their [faith in] "Jesus" can turn out to be.

An interesting alternative Finally, while I no more expected that possibility for reasons I gave there and as I usually see so big bullshit everywhere , I had the surprise to stumble on another source presenting some roughly similar view but much more serious and with technical details, with some interesting common point with my careful study of the foundations of maths and physics : the Seth Material I learned about it in but it really existed much earlier and there is a possibility that Walsch plagiarized some aspects of it.

Quotations - In this book review , someone commented: " Interesting As someone who works for a hotel which has housed the "Conversations With God" seminars, I can safely say that the author of this text is amazingly rude for someone who claims to speak to God.

Remember Mr. Walsh, the Divine loves all people, even those underlings who work the front desk and arrange your overpriced 'classes' : " - Someone wrote me: "I have met Neale several times of the past 3 years and read all his books. I went for a retreat run by him in Miami and I was not impressed with his organization.

It felt more like a business than a teacher of spiritual truth but I have to say, the message itself has been and still is a real eye opener for me. It changed my life and has given me hope. You know people who've gone from being unknown to being very well known Neale Donald Walsch, who wrote the internationally best-selling series Conversations With God, and is today a multi-millionaire and tremendously influential speaker, was homeless and living in a tent at the age of