Read Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Vol. 1 Online Free - A revised and expanded anniversary edition of Conversations with God, Book 3. Neale Donald Walsch's groundbreaking conversation with God expands to universal proportions to include his discussion with God about "truths of the highest order, and the challenges and opportunities of the soul." The universal themes that this edition of Conversations with God, An Uncommon Dialogue explores include talks about the nature of God, the power of love, and the reality of fear; who we humans really are and who we are destined to become; and the evolution of the species that is about to take place in the universe.
This volume of Walsch's discussions with God is a profound dialogue about the culture, philosophy, and spirituality of highly evolved beings—some of whom we call "aliens" or "ETs"—in other realms of the universe. It explores how these beings have learned to view life, love, and happiness and how we humans can follow them on the evolutionary path.
Book 3 includes a new introduction, and Walsch has divided the text into three sections, each one prefaced with new, original commentary. The words of God are printed in blue.
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September 24, 2010
When I was going through the roughest spiritual time in my life, this book not only restored my faith in myself as a minister and my ministry in general, but restored my faith in God.
It also showed me the God I always wanted to believe in, but was afraid to. I will forever be grateful for this bo...
August 12, 2007
This is definitely a book for people with an open mind. Many people, I imagine would be put off with the way Neale presented himself. But then within the early section of the book, he wrote something that God communicate with us all the time. And we have to listen to Him firstly through our feeli...
December 12, 2010
This book really makes me sad. There are a lot of false things written in it. For example : this book tries to make us think that we're god ourselves. At this point, I was assured that it wasn't GOD who spoke with Neale, the writer.
The key to life and understanding : we have to believe first, the...
June 10, 2008
I think I've found my new bible...
Conversations with God is a book I will refer to time and time again for inspiration, a lift higher and a reality check. I plan on carrying it in my purse until I loan it out to anyone willing to read it.
The only one reason to do anything: as a statement to the u...
August 17, 2007
I think the reason most people even pick up this book in a store is because they're searching for something. Something missing from their lives, something they've lost and are unable to find, a piece of their soul that's broken away -- whatever the case may be. I firmly believe that there is a re...
November 24, 2007
Recipe for Conversations with God Alphabet Soup
1. Carefully rip out all pages of Conversations with God close to the binding. Attempt to make the rips as clean as possible. If this is difficult, use scissors. Can be done five or six pages at a time. Set aside in neat stack.
2. Discard binding.
June 30, 2007
OK - I know. You can laugh, but this book was my life-line during one of the most difficult periods I've ever been through. The message that love of the self is the key to happiness was something I really need to hear at that point in my life, and it made me realize that we all manifest the event...
December 28, 2007
Whether or not you believe that this book is divinely inspired, it still presents an interesting viewpoint: that the world is what we make it, that we are responsible for everything from the success of our love life to the ravages of world hunger, on both a personal level and through mass conscio...
June 03, 2011
Where many find it difficult to believe in this book I find it more difficult not to believe in. From studying philosophy A-level - great minds and masters such as Plato, Augustine, Irenaeus and Descartes already had exactly the right idea about life as we know it and as we don't know it. Where m...
October 11, 2008
Another book that my dad gave me.
I am personally not supportive of organized religion in any way. In fact, I feel that organized religion breeds hatred & ignorance. That last statement will likely upset a lot of people, including ones that I love respect. But... it's my opinion and I'm stick...