CONVERSATION WITH GOD BOOK 3

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CONVERSATIONS. WITH GOD. Book 3 an uncommon dialogue. NEALE DONALD WALSCH. sirochaterfarm.tk sirochaterfarm.tk Even if I'm not God, and I'm just “you” making it all up, can you get any better advice? · With this, as with the information in all three books, just live the wisdom. Start by marking “Conversations With God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 3” as Want to Read: Neale Donald Walsch is a modern day spiritual messenger whose words continue to touch the world in profound ways. With an early interest in religion and a deeply felt connection to spirituality.


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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Neale Donald Walsch is a writer of internationally best-selling books on spirituality and personal development. He lives in. sirochaterfarm.tk: Conversations with God Book 3: Embracing the Love of the Universe (): Neale Donald Walsh: Books. "You must learn to be gentle with yourself. And stop judging yourself" - Page 3; " Truth is truth, and it can neither be proven nor disproven. It simply is" - Page 4.

We are not the thinker or our thoughts, that is our mind a very useful tool. We are pure, abstract self aware consciousness that vibrates since we are all quanta that is outside of time and space.

If you are a traditional Christian that believes in the sole authority of the Bible, and filter everything through the Bible, then you will be appalled and start spewing "Blasphemy! Feb 20, Angela Coulter rated it really liked it.

I read all three books of this series somewhere around It also expanded my thinking This series of books came out around the time that a lot of the "new thought" books and leaders starting showing themselves, at the turn of the century. A must read and addition to anyone's spiritual library! View 1 comment. Jun 04, Ella Roberts added it. These books Conversations With God 1, 2, 3 are the books that got me into spirituality, and that was the doorway to becoming me!

I was fascinated by this series and felt a connection I had never felt to anything or anyone before. As a teenager who was at the time, looking for something to connect to this series of books really helped me! The god of this book is full of contradictions. Jun 28, Andrew Rado rated it it was amazing. May 19, Bridget rated it it was amazing. I gave this book five stars because it was truly was amazingin that it made me evaluate my life in a way I never have before but really needed to.

Raised in a religious home, I believe my faith has always been strong. However, some events in the last few years have shaken it a little, and I was having a hard time with the concept of God that I grew up with and was familiar with. There isn't a doubt in my mind that I was led to find this series of books, and it couldn't have happened at a more pe I gave this book five stars because it was truly was amazingin that it made me evaluate my life in a way I never have before but really needed to.

There isn't a doubt in my mind that I was led to find this series of books, and it couldn't have happened at a more perfect time. I was at what I believe to be the most receptive at that time. You need to read this book with an open mind.

Something happens to you and you get really mad and you lash out at God in some way. Who, at some point in their lives, hasn't had this happen? The author of the book was in a really bad place in his life and he was angry with God, so he let God know. He wasn't expecting what happened after that. God responded. Clearly and audibly. So the author wrote down what he heard, asked more questions, and kept writing. Those pages became this three part series.

Don't wonder if you should or shouldn't read this book. You WILL read it when you are supposed to. And that may not be in this lifetime. This book is the third part in a three-part series. The first book focuses on some major issues humanity is facing today in their personal lives, spirituality, and how they function in today's world. The second book goes into a bit more detail, and this third book goes into more detail about more specific things like don't laugh life on other planets, more highly evolved beings HEB's , and how we are treating our bodies and our environment.

Everyone can learn something by reading this book or the other 2. You really should start by reading the first in the series. If you make all your life decisions based on that idea you will lead a more fulfilled life. You will let go of all fear False Evidence Appearing Real and doubt because you will realize that they are the opposite of what God is. You will start to really LIVE andyou will enjoy it, all of it.

The things you used to determine as "problems" will be seen as blessings. We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, rather we are spiritual beings having a human experience.

God is with us all the time because he can't NOT be. He is everywhere, ALL the time.

When we understand that, we can really let go and let God. There are many powerful messages to be received in this book, no matter your background, religious or not. It's powerful and life-transforming. It starts here, with this book series. Feb 24, William Quick rated it it was amazing Shelves: Chapters 3 and 12 blew me away I have read the whole trilogy The first book was nice I didn't care fore the second book it just reviewed the first book But this book Book III Sure there was some repetition, but it got the point s across I read these books from my local library, now I have to download them for myself Definite re-reads.

Dec 02, James rated it it was ok. It was good though the writer focused more on 'his words' than the word, and by that i mean God's word the Bible. Or may be that is how 'God' revealed it to him, i wont judge for the bible tells us in Mathew 7;7'jugde not that you might not be judged for the way you ju It was good though the writer focused more on 'his words' than the word, and by that i mean God's word the Bible.

Hebrews 4: An by the way if you know the truth, the truth shall set you free. Feb 10, Laura rated it really liked it. The main points of the book are as follows: We are all one. There is enough. There is nothing we have to do. It is what we are to be. God is truth,love and joy. God is a process to be experienced,not a person, place, or thing. In order for the human collective consciousness to awaken and come into being and find peace on our planet we must observe fully what works and what doesn't work, communicate truthfully, and choose wisely.

I absolutely LOVE the messages of this book and all of the boo The main points of the book are as follows: I absolutely LOVE the messages of this book and all of the books in the series. The dialogue gets a little much for me as it is very repetitive to help the author's understanding, and the author tends to sensationalize what God is saying, which I think does a disservice to the dialogue.

May 11, Linda rated it it was amazing. I read books 1,2,3 and 4 of this series and was fascinated at the pure intellectual skill in Neale's writing style. One needs to read his books slowly in order to absorb the sheer depth of his concept line by line. Naturally, if you read the first in his series, you read the next and the next because you have the innate sense that he is leading you to his version of truth and have earned the right to learn it, whether you subscribe to it or not.

You just know that whether his theories are right I read books 1,2,3 and 4 of this series and was fascinated at the pure intellectual skill in Neale's writing style. You just know that whether his theories are right or wrong, that this is the most fascinating read you will ever undertake.

I will reveal more of my opinions when I review Book 4. Jan 28, Lisa rated it really liked it Shelves: I read all the Conversations With God books a few years ago, and loved them. Anything that makes you question the things you believe and why, and that resonates with you is a real treasure. Jan 23, Cristian Fusoiu rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I am God I wrote this book for you and packed it with awesome ideas. Instead of Have-Do-Be.

Death is freedom. Sep 21, Asli Eksi rated it it was amazing. View all 7 comments. Oct 26, David Berg rated it it was amazing. I do not recommend this book. A larger focus in the second half of the book is placed upon HEBs Highly Evolved Beings elsewhere in the universe, and how those societies operate differently to life on Earth.

There are numerous messages around this that indicate our approach to life, our individuality and lack of respect for each other, the profit motive, and our treatment of the environment are all damaging.

We believe we have evolved but, at some point, we have regressed, placing too much emphasis upon technology over our own innate capabilities.

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There is much to ponder here and much that strikes one as truth as we look at what we are doing to the world and nature, and - ultimately - how this is highly probable to lead to our demise, unless we take action.

There is much to deliberate and ponder in the book, much that is said in very unique terms. What would a holy booka supposed hotline with Godread like if it was written today? Would it be enough to jumpstart new religions the way the Bible or the Quran did in their time? What would God have to say about marriage? Child rearing? The nature of the individual soul and how each one is an instance of God, of creativity, of consciousness discovering itself and who it wants to be?

How about sacrilege?

Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 3’. Neale Donald Walsch (Part 1).

Free Will? Life after death? Can God be insulted? What is the divine dich What would a holy booka supposed hotline with Godread like if it was written today? What is the divine dichotomy I love this concept? Next to this Creator, I can't believe what all kinds of mass religion crap is passed off as ultimate truth. There's just no comparison. It's staring at the sun on the one handimpossible without looking away lest you go blindand having one of the warm light LED lamps on the other.

In fact, I can easily see pieces of Conversations with God be used years from now in the same way the Bible is quoted today, with the difference that the former draws from profound sources and delivers meaning and advice that can be useful to people living in the 21st century instead of the trite, hollow, more traditionalist than insightful Old Testament passages that so often make their appearances in American media and try to pass themselves off as spiritualand which frankly annoy me to no end.

To drive the point home, even though I did thoroughly enjoy CwG 3 in audiobook format unlike the first two which I read on my site, I must say I would recommend reading the books instead of listening to them. If audiobooks are your thing then the audio is also great, especially the fact that God was voiced by a woman as well as a man taking turns in the conversations. However, not being able to highlight incredible insights that appeared every other "page", it seemed, was a problem, and that alone would count as reason enough for me to actually get all three books in paperbackjust to underline the hell out of them!

Deciding whether to give this four stars, as I did for 2, or five, as I did for 1, took me all of about 80 seconds. I've recommended this book already to pretty much everyone I've talked to about books with whom I share even a remote interest in spirituality or anything transcendental. At this point, that it's just more of the same, which was my main issue with 2, isn't a problem. While there's little really new "content" here, only reiterations of the same basic teachings, don't they say that repetition is the mother of knowledge?

In case this review didn't manage to convey my enthusiasm and my belief that this book can only enrich your life in some way and that anyway you should definitely read Conversations with God, here are my respective ones for 1 and 2.

Jan 20, Iclirius rated it it was amazing. Jan 22, Fran Macilvey rated it it was amazing. Conversations with God: An Uncommon dialogue, Vol. Why is there such a taboo against the ending of one's life? Indeed, why is there? You mean it's not wrong to kill yourself? The question cannot be answered to your satisfaction, because the question itself contains two false concepts; it is based on two false assumptions; it contains two errors. The first false assumption is that there is such a thing as "right" and "wrong.

Your question itself, therefore, disintegrates the moment it is dissected. They are, furthermore, not even constant constructs within your own system, but rather, values which keep shifting from time to time.

You are doing the shifting, changing your mind about these values as it suits you which rightly you should, as evolving beings , yet insisting at each step along the way that you haven't done this, and that it is your unchanging values which form the core of your society's integrity.

You have thus built your society on a paradox.

You keep changing your values, all the while proclaiming that it is unchanging values which you. The answer to the problems presented by this paradox is not to throw cold water on the sand in an attempt to make it concrete, but to celebrate the shifting of the sand.

Celebrate its beauty while it holds itself in the shape of your castle, but then also celebrate the new form and shape it takes as the tide comes in. Yet understand that these mountains and these castles are monuments to change, not to permanence. Glorify what you are today, yet do not condemn what you were yesterday, nor preclude what you could become tomorrow.

Understand that "right" and "wrong" are figments of your imagination, and that "okay" and "not okay" are merely announcements of your latest preferences and imaginings.

For example, on the question of ending one's life, it is the current imagining of the majority of people on your planet that it is "not okay" to do that. Similarly, many of you still insist that it is not okay to assist another who wishes to end his or her life. In both cases you say this should be "against the law.

Actions which end a life over a somewhat longer period of time are not against the law, even though they achieve the same result. Thus, if a person in your society kills himself with a gun, his family members lose insurance benefits.

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If he does so with cigarettes, they do not. If a doctor assists you in your suicide, it is called manslaughter, while if a tobacco company does, it is called commerce. With you, it seems to be merely a question of time. The faster the death, the more "wrong" it seems to be. The slower the death, the more it slips into "okayness. By any reasonable definition of what you would call "humane," the shorter the death, the better.

Yet your society punishes those who would seek to do the humane thing, and rewards those who would do the insane. It is insane to think that endless suffering is what God requires, and that a quick, humane end to the suffering is "wrong.

So you poison your system by inhaling carcinogens, you poison your system by eating food treated with chemicals that over the long run kill you, and you poison your system by breathing air which you have continually polluted. You poison your system in a hundred different ways over a thousand different moments, and you do this knowing these substances are no good for you. But because it takes a longer time for them to kill you, you commit suicide with impunity. If you poison yourself with something that works faster, you are said to have done something against moral law.

As most of you are now living your life, there is a lie built into every promise. The lie is that you can know now how you will feel about a thing, and what you will want to do about that thing, on any given tomorrow.

Only if you are living life as a creative being can your promise not contain a lie. Creative beings can know how they are going to feel about a thing at any time in the future, because creative beings create their feelings, rather than experiencing them.

Until you can create your future, you can not predict your future. Until you can predict your future, you cannot promise anything truthfully about it. Yet even one who both creates and predicts her future has the authority and the right to change. Change is a fundamental right of all creatures.

Indeed, it is more than a "right," for a "right" is that which is given. Change is. That which is change, you are. You cannot be given this. You are this. Do You mean there are no constants in the universe?

Are You saying that there is nothing which remains constant in all of creativity? The process you call life is a process of re-creation.

All of life is constantly re-creating itself anew in each moment of now. In this process identically is impossible, since if a thing is identical, it has not changed at all. Yet while identicality is impossible, similarity is not.

Similarity is the result of the process of change producing a remarkably similar version of what went before. When creativity reaches a high level of similarity, you call that identicality. And from the gross perspective of your limited viewpoint, it is. Therefore, in human terms, there appears to be great constancy in the universe. That is, things seem to look alike, and act alike, and react alike.

You see consistency here. This is good, for it provides a framework within which you may consider, and experience, your existence in the physical. I learned a few things in just the four chapters that I had read: We are all God, just as the prophets had written. But his explanation had changed somewhat. God wished to become man, to know what it felt like to live in the flesh. So he created himself in the flesh of all.

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And now God learned what it was like to suffer, to feel joy, to even have sex and reproduce. God got his desires fulfilled by doing this. If man wanted out bad enough he could pray to God, and God would take away all of his suffering.

Just like that. But why does man have to pray if he is God? I guess all my questions have not really been answered. Paramahansa Yogananda also liked Hitler and thought that he was a good person and that mankind was stupid and needed a dictator like Hitler. Then there is another thing: Hitler is important in the New Age Movement.

The idea is that only an enlightened person could love Hitler, could forgive him, so they all speak of this love for him that they have, and Walsch put his foot in the door and joined them.

What happens when man believes that there is no good or evil? Well, you can use your imagination. Now, I realize that this is a generalization, but I have seen it all too often when I was in Hinduism and then in Buddhism, except to say that at least Thich Naht Hanh believed in helping those who suffered and sent money back to Vietnam in order to help the poor.

So, now I was beginning to see where Walsch was going with all this. I will give him credit for that much. But I question as to whether his God loves.

No loving God would desire to feel pain and suffering. No loving God would say that there is no right or wrong, because by believing this people end up hurting each other. And then Walsch put his pen to paper again and learned more about this God: He tells us that we misunderstood Yogananda, not in those words, but he claimed that Yogananda was a very high being, that he was enlightened, yet in another paragraph he said that any guru who tells disciples that they have to be celibate is not a true guru.You need merely remember them — know that they exist — in order to invoke the universal law of relativity.

And life cannot be life. So he created himself in the flesh of all.

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Yet these are your friends. Anything that makes you question the things you believe and why, and that resonates with you is a real treasure. It is the answer for which man has searched for millennial. The myth holds that not only is your basic nature evil, you were born that way.

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