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Conversations With God : An Uncommon Dialogue (Book 2)

por Neale Donald Walsch

Séries: Conversations with God (book 2)

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In Conversations with God, best-selling author Neale Donald Walsch provides a fascinating exploration of life, the universe, and our relationship to God, asking God questions which every thinking person has asked her- or himself. God's answers'wise, witty, and often stunning'are heard through the voices of Ellen Burstyn and Edward Asner in an inspired performance.… (mais)
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Like the other volumes, this is a great book.

I’ll just cite or comment on a few interesting or controversial things God says.

God tells us that we “have always been, are now, and always will be”. He created everything and all of us “ALL AT ONCE, and All of It exists right now”. The concept of old souls has nothing to do with these actually being “older” than others. It has to do with the levels of awareness of a particular soul.

We are all parts of What Is. “Each part has the consciousness of the Whole embedded within it.”

“’Awareness’ is the experience of that consciousness being awakened. The individual aspect of the All becomes aware of itself.”

There is no evil! We are perfect just as we are.

God is everywhere, and therefore nowhere in particular. He is NOW HERE.

He states that “no persons do anything inappropriate, given their model of the world”.

He tells us “Hitler went to heaven”. When Neale objects, God explains that Hell does not exist. (Though I know from many who have had NDEs, and from Robert Monroe’s three books, that a sort of Hell does in fact exist; it differs only in that we can always leave and go to a higher and better place if we ask for help from God or the angels. Also, God argues that there is no right or wrong in the universe.

It was God’s will that Hitler have free choice to do what he wanted, but not His will that he be punished “unceasingly, unendingly”.

If we don’t make the choices God wants us to make, and thus are punished, then our choices are not free.

God states: “There is no ‘bad’ where I Am, And there is no Evil. There is only the All of Everything. The Oneness. And the Awareness, the Experience, of that.”

“ ---- the purpose of Life is not to please God. The purpose of Life is to know 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 could happen to anyone.

“at the moment of your death you will realize 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 come here to learn something and our lives should not be “cut short by some maniacal hoodlum with insane ideas”.

God informs us that we are not here to learn anything, life is not a school and we came not to learn but to remember.

Everything occurring in the universe is occurring perfectly. “God hasn’t made a mistake in a very long time.” Ha, ha, I wonder what that mistake was.

God and Neale have a conversation about the Catholic Church, about how committing venial sins sent one to Purgatory and how an unbaptized child went to Limbo. 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 could not have existed without it. The consciousness of separation is what creates the Christ Experience.

“God’s love and ---compassion --- are large enough to include the most heinous crime and --- criminal.”

There is no time. All events occur at once. There is only One Moment.

Our soul always was, always is, and always 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 will be another so-called Big Bang, and another universe will be born”. This is a contradiction!

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 perfection in everything, and we should strive to see this perfection. “In the midst of the greatest tragedy, see the glory of the process”.

He tells us, “Through you, I experience being Who and What I Am”.

There is no such thing as the Ten Commandments. He requires nothing of us.

He reminds us that no-one does anything evil, given his model of the world. All are doing the best they can at any given moment. Here I would have liked Neale to ask God about serial killers and how it is that they feel they are doing the best they can, since I think He might have elucidated a few things for us, better proved his point. How is it that they believe they are doing good?

We cannot change the mess the world is in without a change of consciousness. He repeats: “You must stop seeing God as separate from you, and you as separate from each other”.

“Love gives all and requires nothing.”

“Live the law of Love now and forevermore. Give everything, require nothing,”

“Make everything in your life an outpouring of love.”

We learn that when someone enters our life unexpectedly, we should look for the gift that person has come to receive from us.

God advocates a one-world government: though I admit I have only heard about the potential evils of such, since that would be the means by which the Cabal could totally control us.

God doesn’t mention the evil Cabal (but of course there is no evil), And he praises the late George Bush (the father) to the skies with no mention of his evil proclivities (but then there’s no evil).

I get the distinct impression that God’s statements are fully coloured by the extent of Neale´s knowledge.

And the book was published in 1997, thus much of what we now know was not available to Neale.

This book contains much, much more than I have touched on and, like the other CWG books, is well worth reading; in fact I consider it to be important, one that everyone should read. ( )
  IonaS | Dec 19, 2018 |
> Babelio : https://www.babelio.com/livres/Walsch-Conversations-avec-Dieu--Tome-2-Un-dialogu...

> L'auteur dit ici publier le texte d'une conversation qu'il a eue avec Dieu, et où ce dernier lui explique les rouages de l'existence. Cette prémisse donne place à un dialogue unique en son genre amenant réflexions mais aussi soulagement devant la dure vie.
— Ce livre est tout à fait à propos dans un monde où spiritualité rime avec religion et pensée unique. La spiritualité semble être évincée de la vie de la plupart des gens en réaction à des Églises dogmatiques, en retard sur leur monde. On ne traite ici d'aucune structure, d'aucune obligation, mais seulement de l'Humain face à l'Infini. --Simon Lamontagne (ICI.Radio-Canada.ca)
  Joop-le-philosophe | Nov 30, 2018 |
Tänk om du kunde fråga gud om alla livets gåtfulla frågor - frågor om kärlek och trohet, liv och död, gott och ont. Tänk om gud kunde ge dig enkla lättförståeliga svar. Det hände Neale Donald Walsch. Det kan hända dig.

Under en livskris började Neale Donald Walsch skriva ner frågor till Gud om sin livssituation. Frågor som de flesta av oss ställer oss någon gång under livet. Plötsligt upplevde han att pennan fick eget liv och han började få svar på sina frågor. Walsch upplevde det som om att den här boken hände honom, det var inte han själv som skrev, han blev en budbärare.

I Samtal med Gud får du svar på frågor som vi alla funderar över ibland, till exempel: Varför befinner sig världen i det tillstånd det gör? Vad är helvetet? Kommer det alltid att finnas problem i världen? Är det Guds vilja att ha det på så vis? Är lidandet den väg och stig som leder till Gud? Varför tycks jag aldrig kunna tjäna tillräckligt med pengar för att kunna leva någorlunda tryggt och bekvämt? Är det så att själen ibland vill en sak och kroppen eller intellektet en annan?
  svkkarlskrona | Mar 7, 2016 |
The conversation that was started in Book 1 between Neale Donald Walsch (an ordinary man with a lot of common problems) and God carries on here and continues to fascinate. There are intriguing discussions about organised religions, the nature of time, Einstein's theory of relativity (but a non-scientist like me can follow what's being said!), sex, education, government and politics, the economy and war. Two things are emphasised - we should cease to think of ourselves as separate beings (because in truth we're all one) and we should adopt the concept of visibility in everything i.e. show clearly to others what we're doing and why, including our financial matters – nothing should be hidden. If we adopted these two principles, then the world would be transformed.

Anyone who thinks we live in a 'civilised' society, should think again after reading this book. In order to be civilised we need to have a society where we can solve conflict without violence, live without fear, act without self-interest and love unconditionally, and we are still far, far from being able to do this after thousands and thousands of years. In addition, we have an education system that teaches facts rather than wisdom and doesn't encourage young people to think for themselves. Having been a teacher for many years, I found this chapter particularly thought-provoking. I duly resolved to try and find more ways to encourage my pupils to think for themselves, but became increasingly frustrated with the lack of time to do this (because of syllabus demands), and really it was the start of me reassessing what I was doing in life and has ultimately led to some life-changing decisions. Perhaps, after reading this book (and the others in the series as well), it will be for you too. If nothing else it will expand your horizons and show you a fascinatingly different way of looking at things. Highly recommended! ( )
1 vote helenaharper | Apr 25, 2009 |
Honesty, Responsibility and Awareness - three things to live by. ( )
  bookheaven | Jul 19, 2006 |
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