Conversations With God : An Uncommon Dialogue (Book #3) Hardcover – Nov 1 1998
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Conversations With God : An Uncommon Dialogue (Book #3)
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The title should be
CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD: An Uncommon Dialog BOOK TWO
Please note that Neale never intended this to be a new Gospel, and says so many times. Indeed, those who take it that way are missing the series' entire point, which is "be Who You Are".
In this Book III, the dialogue expands to include a disseration on cosmology, including some fascinating insights on how highly evolved beings throughout the universe conduct their affairs. Book one is a hug from God; book two is kind of a shoulder-shake, and this, book three, is in my view a kind of melding of minds.
This book shares what in my view are the series' main flaws:
1) Repetitiveness. Maybe I just "get it" faster, but repeating the material gets a bit tiresome at times.
2) A new-age-y style of speaking that can be off-putting, even as I appreciate and am inspired by the truths behind the statements. At times like this I simply remember that "words are the least reliable means of communication" and rewrite the sentiment in my own words.
At any rate, this is a worthy conclusion to the dialogue series, and if you come to it with an open mind--which is to say, a questioning mind--it will work wonders on you.
This is a nuts and bolts guidebook to changing ones life, understanding what we are here for and showing us how to live our lives fully. This text facilitates simple integration of often misunderstood concepts. Topics ranging from "time" to manifestation of physical reality, understanding how individuals create wealth (or poverty) and the tools to alter that paradigm. What "unconditional love" really means and how each of us chooses bliss or misery; plus how to consciencely manifest that choice.
Does that mean you have to take it literally? No, not really. Yet, take a look at yourself, your life, your limits, and ponder, what did Einstein mean when he said, "Imagination is more important than knowledge." "Conversations with God, book 3" is trying to get you to digest imponderables, not facts.
The principles are simple. A rock is just as much a part of God--the all-encompassing universe--as you are. Separateness is an illusion. The tendency of men is to put God and their gods in their own image. We imagine our lives, and their outcomes, as they are, as they'll be and have been, as we live them. (Take a clue from Shakespeare, in "As You Like It": "All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players.") We all collaborate with the Creator in this mundane and divine drama: author, producer, director, interchanging roles as we choose, for the experience and expression of life.
Awful lot to assay in one book--even one so entertaining despite the fact that, By God, it's just one long dialogue!--and somebody is bound to get bugged by the repetitions and references to the earlier books. Someone else may get bent out of shape and cry "Blasphemy!" over its depiction of an Almighty with a sense of humor. There might be protests that this book represents reckless New Age idealism, that it rebukes that "old-time" religion, that at bottom it's only money-grubbing, ego-driven fiction--"all made up"--naked of fact and wrapped only in whimsy. Whew!Read more ›
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I remember the first time I read this years ago. What made Neale Donald Walsch so special that God wanted to talk to him. But I was curious. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Sandra St. Albert
I have enjoyed all three Books - Conversations with God Book 1,2&3! I would recommend all of them.Published on Jan. 7 2010 by Kathy Handzuik
HI!! i already read this book in french. because I speak in french. this books is truly a message of love sharing by god itself! But please, don't make it like a bible!! Read morePublished on Sept. 30 2009 by alexis beauchemin
A great continuation from the first Conversations with God. Very profound and thought-provoking statements and questions are raised, shaking some religious and personal beliefs... Read morePublished on April 1 2007 by Aaron Donnelly
This book is GREAT. In fact, the entire collection of CWG books are among the BEST ever written. The deep wisdom shared in these books coincide completely with the unspoken truth... Read morePublished on March 23 2003
"Conversations" is indeed a unique way of presenting that ever illusive idea of spirituality (God for others). Read morePublished on Feb. 17 2003 by Michael "Spike" Behn
Although I am not inclined to believe in any supernatural realm, I read the three books in this series, in order. Read morePublished on Sept. 19 2002 by Jorge Medrano