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ISBN: 0425189856

ISBN13: 9780425189856

Communion with God

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Neale Donald Walsch has changed the way the world thinks about God. His books have beentranslated into twenty-five languages, and his Conversations With God series, book1, book 2, and book 3, have all been New York Times bestsellers-book 1 for over two years. In the Conversations books, Walsch shared with his readers the beginning of a sacred relationship, as he began an exchange with God on everything from love and faith, to life and death, and good...

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The highest authority lies within us

Communion with God deals with the ten major illusions of human - the illusions of need, failure, disunity, insufficiency, requirement, judgment, condemnation, conditionality, superiority, and ignorance. The way all these ten illusions have been put separately and then discussed in detail collectively is truly amazing.While discussing the ten illusions and a lot more, the book goes deep inside the life of an ordinary human. And what we realize later is that life is the most beautiful gift we have ever got. Each of us has the ability to access eternal wisdom. Indeed, I believe that God is inspiring all of us, all of the time since the highest authority lies within us.All of life is a gift, and all is perfection - the perfect tool with which to create the perfect opportunity for the perfect expression of perfection itself, in, as, and through us.When we understand this, we will remain in a state of continual appreciation. That is, we will be growing. Growth is a meaning of appreciation. When something appreciates, it becomes more than it was. At many a times we might think that we need a particular person to be happy, or a job to be successful, or some other physical or emotional gratification to be content. That is when we may wish to notice that we are here, right now, without it. Why, then, do we think we need it?Close examination will reveal that we do not need it, not to survive, and not even to be happy.Happiness is a decision, not an experience.The book not only touches these points but also reveals much larger facts about the life. It is definitely not a document to be missed under any circumstance. It is another wonderful piece of note that has come out from Neale Donal Walsch. I highly recommend this book to all of you and look forward to see some more intellectual literature from Neale in the near future.Happy Reading!

Good Sense

I have never found my answers in church. Walsch's series of books like C. A. Lewis' An Encounter With A Prophet portray a loving God who makes sense. I would recommend all of these books to anyone wanting answers about God that fit the heart and the head.

Some Great Truths Here

I would recommend this book to anyone who feels that they have experienced life on a profound level on occasion, but has a hard time alligning those deep wonderfully-personal feelings with an existing system of beliefs. Even if you haven't read the first four "With God" books, this one is more than worth your time, I promise. It's basic message is a very simple but profound one, and one that may be difficult for many people to easily agree with. The idea is that we are all God, that everything in existence is a facet of God, and that we are not actually separate from each other or from "God," but that are rather under the illusion that we are in order to have the relative experience of ourselves.There can't be light if there is no dark. If an artist drew a beautiful soul-filling, awe-inspiring drawing in white ink, you couldn't see it if it were on white paper. That's why we need darkness in order to fully experience ourselves.In this book, Neale Donald Walsch does a very good, concrete job of laying out the 10 illusions that he believes have caused humanity the most pain and trouble throughout our history. It all starts with the necessary, but danger illusion that we are separate from each other. Each of the other illusion builds off the previous one.I was not raised in a religious household, but I have enough religious experiences of passionate living to believe in God. Even though I am not religious, I feel I came to these books with the skepticism of one that might feel these writings are blasphemous. But I'll have to say, that even though Walsch has a tendency to get too cute in his wording, his basic concepts are very sound, and that while I don't always believe in his style of presenting his ideas, I think the ideas themselve are very sound, and very ispiring.It's hard not to agree that you should trust yourself and find your truth in yourself.

The 5th one is the best!

As much as I have enjoyed reading the whole CWG series, this one stands out for me. While the other ones have laid the foundation for an entirely new way to think, this one shows us how to really live! Live for ourselves, for each other and for God. In only seven sentences, it has captured me in a way that no other book has. While I read this book I really began to feel that this was written for me, by me. The words began to ring true as if suddenly someone had turned on a switch. This book has a wonderful pro-active message: We are responsible for ourselves, each other and bringing the world together to go forward. It details beautifully how we can lead fulfilled lives. By sidestepping our man-made illusions and co-existing with them, but not living "within" them. It teaches us how to identify illusions and to accept them and to ultimately decide for ourselves. This book has the power to change people's lives, to change the collective consciousness and to reawaken "our" spirit. Words cannot illustrate fully the marvelous impact this book can have. I would recommend this book,(and all the other CWG books)to anyone and everyone. We can change the world, and with the information in this book, we can make it happen. It is up to us.

Can't get much better

This book adds more power to Walsch's message of God unconditional love for us. If you want more of this message I would recommend the book An Encounter With A Prophet
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