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The Complete Conversations with God [Format Kindle]

Neale Donald Walsch
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To mark the tenth anniversary of the publication of Conversations with God, Book 1, all three of the most essential books in Neale Donald Walsch's seminal trilogy are brought together in one beautiful volume just in time for the gift-giving season.


Conversations with God, Book 1 was the start of Neale Donald Walsch's ongoing dialogue with God. The trilogy contains the most essential truths and lessons for spiritual seekers, and these books are the bestselling of all the author's works. Featuring a new foreword by the author, printed throughout in two colors, and inserted in a fully enclosed full-color box, this remarkable book will be a Christmas gift to treasure.

Biographie de l'auteur

Neale Donald Walsch is the author of the New York Times bestsellers: Conversations with God book 1, book 2, and book 3, as well as Meditations from Conversations with God book 1 and book 2, and the Conversations with God book 1 Guidebook. Walsch lectures and hosts workshops throughout the country, in addition to running his foundation, ReCreation. His books have been translated into twenty-two languages. He lives in Oregon.

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2.0 étoiles sur 5 les idées développées sont intéressantes 12 août 2014
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Rien à redire sur l'intérêt des idées développées, mais le style n'est pas plaisant. Une base et une trame classique du l'échange simulé pour développer et dérouler sa dissertation dans une écriture sans goût.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 How To Upset the Status Quo 3 octobre 2006
Par John P. Morgan - Publié sur
Write a few books and tell everyone flat out you're having a "conversation with God"....

I know that this is kind of an unpopular opinion, I believe that all inspired writing is from God. Whether that be the Bible or Ralph Waldo Emerson or Neale Donald Walsch or even John P. Morgan...uhhhh...that would be me.

What makes Neale Donald Walsch's books so icredibly great as well as so incredibly upsetting to many is that he dared to write a book based on a conversation he really felt he was having with God. I believe that God is talking to all of us all the time but a lot of us tune down the conversation to an inaudible volume and a lot of us tune the conversation completely out. People mention the Bible as the inspired word of God...yes, yes it was...but I know that this may sound like a shock to a lot of you, but it, too was written by men and just like in Conversations With God, there may be a few parts that are flawed and over-exaggerated, but the same can be true of the Bible. I don't believe that every single word of the Bible is "Divinely Inspired". Some of the authors of the various books were very biased and prejudiced and sexist. But there are parts of the Bible that are incredibly beautiful. The 23rd Psalm is one of the loveliest passages in the whole book and no matter how many times I've read it, I find it all the more lovely because when I am truly in a state of "Oneness" with my Creator, there really is nothing I could want, need, or desire. God's Grace truly is my sufficiency.

I find a lot of passages in this marvelous collection incredibly inspiring and while we are talking about being inspired, do you know that it literally means to "be in Spirit". We can all be inspired simply by choosing to be in Spirit rather than in the world. As Jesus said from a rather inspired place, "Be in the world, but not of it..." and he also said, "Judge not by appearances..."

You see, when I am truly inspired, i know that i am still in the world, but I don't have to be of it. I do not have to focus on greed, or lack, or disease...I can focus on health, prosperity, and plenty. In other words, I can focus on the truth that God is always and in all ways filling my cup to overflowing. I do not believe in a stingy God or a begrudging God; I believe in a Whole and Holy God that made everyone and everything out of Its Wholeness...out of Its Holiness...another inspired passage from Revelation: "Behold, I make all things new...'

This book will push you to the edge and may even tip you over the edge. If you are reading these books and becoming agitated and upset, maybe you need to ask yourself why that is. Maybe you aren't too grounded in your beliefs. Remember this, Jesus ticked off a few people in his time, too. All great people who have a great message to convey will upset other people. Why? Because great people usually listen to their hearts, their souls, their Inner Guides...they aren't afraid to be inspired...they aren't even afraid to die for what they believe in because you can kill the messenger, but you cannot kill the message.

Mr. Walsch, I salute the incredible work you put into these books. Thank you for listening to your heart. Thank you for helping me to become just a little more inspired.

We are all One in God now....peace and blessings, everyone...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 We need more of this 29 janvier 2006
Par William J. Kluba - Publié sur
This book is the best book I have read in the last ten years besides ancient scriptual texts. What amazes me is that "GOD" lets all of us follow our desires, instincts, and there is absolutely no judgments.Having been a student of eastern thought for the past 12 years and an avid meditator, I relate to much of what is presented here with great admiration. However, there are recommendations God has and I agree with them....this book speaks from a very deep place in all of us yet most of us don't have a clue how to access it.Mr. Walsch has made that connection and we can too, but it's all up to us as seekers of our own truth to find our paths. Truely being open is not easy as the sediment of our own egos provides unlimited ideas of what the universe, God and creation is all about.To fully comprehend what this book talks about one must give up the very concepts of what we have been taught are real and true. I applaud Mr. Walsch in having the courage to even write this book yet again follow its ideas. Bravo!! a jillion gold stars..
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 new age versus religion 6 juillet 2006
Par Thad Szymanski - Publié sur
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I read this trilogy several years ago as it was first coming out, and it positively changed the way I looked at a lot of things. first of all, if you are a zealous christian or something these books are probably not going to be to your taste, unless you happen to be the only one out there with an open mind. Walsch begins the first book by sitting down like a kid writing an angry letter to santa about the crappy christmas he just had, only the letter is to god and the christmas is his life. then, he describes how his hand just kind of sat there, and he was suddenly writing the words 'do you want an answer to any of that or are you just venting?' to which he sat wonderingly and then responded with 'answers', and the dialogue was born.

an example of the kind of writing you will find follows.

page 44, god- 'all physical life functions in accordance with natural laws. Once you remember these laws, and apply them, you have mastered life at the physical level.'

skipping some dialogue after that to the next page, Neale asks, "then how can I know these laws? how can I learn them?"

god- 'it is not a question of learning, but of remembering.'

Neale- "how can I remember them?"

god- 'begin by being still. quiet the outer world, so that the inner world might bring you sight. this in-SIGHT is what you seek, yet you cannot have it while you are so deeply concerned with your outer reality. seek, therefore, to go within as much as possible. and when you are not going within, come FROM within as you deal with the outside world. remember this axiom:

If you do not go within, you go without.

put it into the first person as you repeat it, to make it more personal.

If I do not go within

I go without.'

these books are literally filled to bursting with such cleverness, playing on words to make very decent points in my opinion, and will sparkle that brain of yours to make you think about things you may never have considered before if you have never read any new age material.

the difference between this and most other new age material I have read, is this focuses on the same reality that books from the Kryon by Lee Caroll for example espouse, yet from that exclusive point of view belonging to organized religionists.

the arguments reflect 'bible thumper' thinking, rather than what some call wiccan or 'tree hugger' thinking.

for example, in a kryon book, you may get a topic about abundance, and the flow starts from 'you are all dearly loved' to 'you own your abundance, you yourself are denying it from you, not gaia or the world around you.' and finishes up with 'and so it is.'

that's average new age flavor for you, and actually I don't mind that at all as I have seen some that is downright ludicrous marshmellowy fluff stuff.

Walsch's dialogue keeps it much more down to earthish, although there is the occasional 'you inspire me!' which is kind of fluffy in my opinion but then god answers, 'well, if god can't inspire you, who in hell can?' which isn't.

it is very easy to get a warped sense of view on the whole new age thing from so many out there who focus on aliens, and conspiracies, but the good ones focus on philosophy and how to think, not at all the same thing to my mind.

a good website to check out if you are interested in looking at a quality contemporary and ongoing new age website is, and for material closer to when these books came out. I just bought seven of Walschs books, some of which I had read like these three and a couple I had not yet, and the one I am reading now, What God wants, I highly recommend if you enjoy the first three.

He has a way of putting arguments that may be rolling around in your head down simply and compactly, at least for me, and it is fun reading the dialogue books for the clever plays on words and the startling way certain seemingly straightforward questions you may have asked yourself in that situation are answered.

at any rate, they will make you think, strengthening your own personal philisophical foundation, which can only ever be good-again in my opinion, and while some parts can be a little harsh on the organized religionists, it is their own fault for being so closed-minded about everything they can't see such obvious glaring inconsistencies with their beliefs and philisophical approach to life.

one thing more- these books are not seemingly written as attacking organized religion or anything, but the arguments and points of view expressed by them are definately unhealthy to the dogma of revered and traditional church-type canon passed down through generations of god-fearing men to save the poor sinners on the judgement day that hasn't happened yet.

have a great day!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Returning to childhood innocence 30 mars 2006
Par C. Humphreys - Publié sur
As I grew up, I was always told to use the good sense that God gave me. At the same time, I was also told not to question what the church told me to believe about God. This caused terrible turmoil inside me for most of my life because what I was taught by the church did not match my inner feelings about a loving God. Nothing they told me made sense. 40 years later someone recommended I read Book 1. Before I finished the first chapter I had to put the book down because it was moving me so powerfully and I was sobbing. I sobbed at nearly every paragraph for three days, not because it was sad but because I was being joyfully released and I could hardly believe it. Finally, everything I ever thought about a loving God as a child was being validated in the words I was reading. I have read all of these books and it has changed my thinking and my life. The messages in these books have given me back to myself. I give these books my highest recommendation.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 About this edition specifically... 9 janvier 2006
Par Erin Lewy - Publié sur
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I will assume that if you're looking at this book you're already familiar with the series. So I'd like to make a comment about this actual edition. I feel the images here on Amazon are misleading. The book comes in a box. The box has a nice picture on it, (shown above), but the book is very bare bones. It has no picture on the cover, no dust jacket, and the quality of the paper is... debatable.

I'm not saying it's going to fall apart, but I think it was a very low-cost or cost-cutting venture and it's not that high quality. Had I seen this in an actual store I don't think I would have purchased it. That said, I am very glad to have the full index and that is a boon. Even still, I am not that impressed, and miss the nice art from the original books (on the covers).
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