Conversations With God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 2

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... this paradigm shift will take great wisdom, great courage, and massive determination. For fear will strike at the heart of these aspect, and call them false. Fear will eat at the core of these magnificent truths, and render them hollow .... Yet you ill alway ave, can not produce, the society of which you have lways dreamed unless and until you see with wisdom and clarity the ultimate truth: that what you wan to others, you wan to yourself; what you need to do for others, you nee to do for yourself; that the pain of others is your pain, and grac of others your joy, that when you disclaim any part of it, you disclaim a part of yourself. Now is time to reclaim yourself. Now is time to see yourself again as Who You Really Are, and indeed, render yourself visible again. For when you, and your true relationship with God become visible, then We are indivisible. And othing ill ever divide Us again.
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263
Original Title of the Book
Conversations With God. An Uncommon Dialogue. Book 2
Publication Date
Published December 3rd 2005 by Hampton Roads Publishing Company (first published 1996

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What the soul seeks is a state of being and not a state of doing.You did not come to this planet to produce something with your body.

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And the Awareness, the Experience, of that. ” “ -- -- the purpose of Life is ot to please God. The purpose of Life is to fee and to recreate Who You Are. ” Hitler ’ s actions were the action of an unevolved being and mistakes are not punishable by condemnation but dealt with by providing “ the chance for correction, for evolution ” .That all sounds very sensible to me.He argues that though Hitler ordered the killing of millions of people, this was not “ wrong ”, since so-called “ death ” is the greatest thing that woul happen to anyone. “ at the moment of your death you will know the greatest freedom, the greatest peace, the greatest joy, and the greatest love you have ever known. ” Neale argues that nonetheless our lives here should not be ended against our will.

We are regaled with what is pointed out about the ridiculousness of the injunctions of the Catholic Church.Hitler arose out of our collective consciousness, and would not have existed without it.

There is stil One Moment.Our soul always was, always is, and neither will be.We are able to divide our Self into as many different “ selves ” as we choose.We are also living “ past lives ” right now as well.Though God tells us that the universe has always existed, as have we ourselves, at one point he states: “ There mus be another so-called Big Bang, and th universe will be born ”.

is a ontradiction! God points out that our schools teach knowledge, whereas they should be teaching wisdom.He concedes that terrible things occur but states that there is goodnes in min, and we should strive to see this perfection.

Here I would have liked Neale to ask God about serial killers and how it is that they eel they are doing the best they coul, since I think He could have elucidated a few things for us, better proved his point.

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It 's much harde to shift your own world view than it is to encourage other people to do the same.

As Walsch explains, sometimes its easier " to find who you are by first exploring what you are not. " But, it 's alway enjoyabl to read and it 's not me.If you enjoyed Conversations with God, you may wish to try any of the Abraham Hicks materials by Esther Hicks or Seth Speaks by Jane Roberts.

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Conversations With God: An Uncommon Dialogue ( Book 2) ( 1997), Neale Donald WalschConversations with God ( CwG) is a sequence of books written by Neale Donald Walsch.

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How wil you think of wasting a moment doing something for a living you don ’ t like to do?

Thi is certainly a living, that is a dying! ” 2 “ You are making a mockery of Me. You are saying that I, God, made inherently imperfect beings, then have demanded of them to be flawles, or face damnation.

Opportunities to…be, an decide, Who You Really Are. ” 8 “ If you want guarantees in life, then you don ’ t want life.

Life by its nature can not have guarantees, or its whole purpose is thwarted. ” 9 “ To live your life without expectation–without the need for specific results–that is freedom.

Have I not told you that all thought is creative? ” “ Choose, but don ’ t forge.

Think ‘ I choose success, ’ not ‘ I want success. ’ ” Whoops: “ There is somethin you can always hav, there is othing you can not do.

Do the deed that you forge to ave new thought about.

Then say the words that you wish to ave your new thought about.

Do this often enough and you ’ ll train the mind to think a new way. ” Pg 185 If you knew exactly how much money each of you holds and the real earnings of all of your industries and corporations and each of their executives – as well as how each person and corporation is using the money it has – ( ( public disclosure of everyone ’ s paychecks, bank accounts, and tax returns from a cashless society tracked through a microchip in your hand instead BUT all THAT information is 100% public instead of Satanically held private.

People were omplaining about high costs so they came along and lowered prices and then people complain about that.

( ( envy and jealousy are not at someone else ’ s expense because they might b the same opportunities as you.)) equal opportunity NOT forced equality of life The meeting of basic needs.

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