October 17, 2002 at 3:08 am #63337sandygParticipant
If any of you fell in love with Conversations With God books, Mr. Walsch has his latest out on the shelves. I love the way they center me when I am feeling rattled. Anyone else a fan?
http://www.loveneverdies.netOctober 17, 2002 at 3:29 pm #81228marciaParticipant
I have Book One and Book Three and I’m reading them simultaneously. One is in my car and I read it when I’m leaving the parking garage headed to my office and the ride up on the elevator. Book Three is at home and I try to read a bit of it either in the morning or in the evening. The concepts can be a little overwhelming at times, so I keep the portions small so I’m able to absorb them better. I’m really intrigued by the books. The section I was reading the other day in Book Three was about how we tend to confuse ourselves about equality; how what we should seek is giving equal OPPORTUNITY, all things can’t truly be equal, but giving equal opportunity then leaves what comes next up to each individual. (each of whom is actually part of a whole)
I think these will be the type of books I will revisit time and again. I’ll be sure to check out this latest as well! Thanks for the info!
MarciaOctober 17, 2002 at 8:10 pm #81243mnmnpj2Participant
I LOVE NDW’s books. I’ve bought each one. I love how they just seem to blow my mind away everytime I read them. I decided to purchase them because I re-read them about every 6 months to remember the messages. There are so many good messages that sometimes it feels a little overwhelming but the overall messages are pretty clear. I think everyone should read this latest book, especially during this time of turbulence in the world.
Mandie:lwink:June 27, 2006 at 2:45 am #105963
I’m reviving this thread because I just came home tonight from work, which is at a library, with Neale Walsch’s newest book. It’s his final “Conversation With God” book and looks like it will be the most fascinating.
The name of it is “Home with God in a Life That Never Ends”. The back cover says, ” What is really going on here in this life, and what will happen when it’s over? Will we be reunited with loved ones who’ve gone before? Will God be there to greet us? Will it be Judgement Day? Will we be allowed to squeak into heaven? Will we even know what’s going on after we die? Will anything BE going on?
Here are breathtaking, soul stirring answers to the life-long inquires of every human being.”
I saw most reviewers gave it 5 stars on Amazon. It looks like it will be an interesting book and I’m curious to how close it will come to what we already know on here. :) My review will come after I’ve finished it.
I didn’t know there was a new book and just saw it sitting on the counter behind the check-out desk. No one said they put it there. I checked our database and it wasn’t “on hold” for anyone so I checked it out to me. I was surprised to get it.July 14, 2006 at 4:25 pm #106642
I just finished the book and it is mind blowing. It includes bits and pieces of concecpts I’ve already read about in other spiritual books with authors such as Caroline Myss. You will often think of the movie many of us have seen, “What the Bleep do we know?”
I am going to list the Eighteen Remembrances God gives to Mr. Walsch which will give you a good idea of what the conversations cover. I can’t say I believe in them all but they make a lot of sense when you read the conversations. I recommend the book. It gets you thinking. :)
The First Remembrance: Dying is something you do for you.
The Second Remembrance: You are the cause of your own death. This is always true, no matter where or how you die.
The Third Remembrance: You cannot die against your will.
The Fourth Remembrance: No path back Home is better than any other path.
The Fifth Remembrance: Death is never a tragedy. It is always a gift.
The Sixth Remembrance: You and God are one. There is no separation between you.
The Seventh Remembrance: Death does not exist.
The Eighth Remembrance: You cannot change Ultimate Reality but you can change your experience of it.
The Ninth Remembrance: It is the desire of All That Is to Know Itself in Its Own Experience. This is the reason for all of Life.
The Tenth Remembrance: Life is eternal.
The Eleventh Remembrance: The timing and circumstances of death are always perfect.
The Twelfth Remembrance: The death of every person always serves the agenda of every other person who is aware of it. That is why they are aware of it. Therefore, no death (and no life) is ever “wasted”. No one ever “dies in vain”.
The Thirteenth Remembrance: Birth and death are the same thing.
The Fourteenth Remembrance: You are continually in the act of creation, in life and in death.
The Fifteenth Remembrance: There is no such thing as the end of evolution.
The Sixteenth Remembrance: Death is reversible.
The Seventeenth Remembrance: In death you will be greeted by all of your loved ones — those who have died before you and those who will die after you.
The Eighteenth Remembrance: Free Choice is the act of pure creation, the signature of God, and your gift, your glory, and your power forever and ever.July 14, 2006 at 4:36 pm #106644ScubaCatParticipant
Thanks for the review. I have read one of his other books and enjoyed it. I’ll have to check this one out.July 14, 2006 at 6:47 pm #106646Pam BKeymaster
They’re pretty stark statments without the context behind them, depending on where you are in life.July 14, 2006 at 7:07 pm #106649
Neale Walsch is surprised at and questions each of the statements. “God” does a good job with explaining what they mean. He repeats what he says to Neale in different ways to be better understood. Neale constantly asks for more information. He sounds harsh and sarcastic with god at times. :)
I bet most of us have yelled at God at one time or another.July 14, 2006 at 7:21 pm #106650IrishroseParticipant
That book sounds really good. I will request it the next time I am in town.
At first reading I don’t think that I disagree with any of the statements. However, I will reserve my opinion until after I read the book.
Thank Gail:wave:July 15, 2006 at 1:12 am #106657ninapParticipant
I just got through reading this book. There were several things that he said that really confused me. First of all, he said that when we go into the “spirit” state, our vibrations are lower. I have always heard that when we cross over our vibration frequency is higher. I also had issues with how he describes the stages that we go through when we cross over. It just didn’t jive with what I have read and experienced watching JE’s show.
I would appreciate others thoughts on this.
Love and peace,
NinaJuly 15, 2006 at 3:25 am #106662healergirlParticipant
Thanks for the review of the book. I have read all of his books so far. I knew there was a new one coming but was not aware it was out there yet! I can’t wait to read it now. Also, there are some cards I saw for each one of the Conversations. That way you can keep the concepts with you or on your desk and read a new one each day.
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