Conversations with God: Bk. 1: An Uncommon Dialogue

Conversations with God: Bk. 1: An Uncommon Dialogue

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By (author) Neale Donald Walsch

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  • Publisher: Hodder Paperback
  • Format: Paperback | 240 pages
  • Dimensions: 128mm x 192mm x 20mm | 180g
  • Publication date: 6 February 1997
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0340693258
  • ISBN 13: 9780340693254
  • Sales rank: 1,507

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Neal Donald Walsch was experiencing a low period in his life when he decided to write a letter to God, venting his frustrations. What he did not expect was a response. As he finished his letter, he was moved to continue writing - and out came extraordinary answers to his questions. This work presents the answers that Walsch received, helping him to change himself, his life and the way he viewed other beings.

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Neale Donald Walsch is a modern day spiritual thinker whose words continue to touch the world in profound ways. With an early interest in religion and a deeply felt connection to spirituality, Neale spent the majority of his life thriving professionally, yet searching for spiritual meaning before beginning his now famous With God series that has been translated into 34 languages, and has been a bestseller for Hodder since publishing the first back in 1997. Each of the Conversations with God books have made the New York Times Bestseller list, the original Conversations with God occupying that list for over two and half years. In response to this, Neale created the Conversations with God Foundation, a non-profit educational organization dedicated to inspiring the world to help itself move from violence to peace, from confusion to clarity, and from anger to love. His latest book When Everything Changes, Change Everything is in the New York Times Bestsller list and made the Amazon Top 10 in its first week of publication. A timely book, and immediately useful, Neale discusses the practical applications of God-inspired insights on the way to move on and the right reasons to do so. In the current glocal climate, this is the perfect book for anyone who feels challenged in these tough times. Married to his wife Nancy, Neale lives on a retreat site in the woods of Southern Oregon, USA.

Customer reviews

By Melinda Rowbottom 16 Dec 2013 4

Hello Everyone, You could not read this book and it not have some profoud affect or change of how you interpret the world or how your thinking patterns form. It activated something within me I was missing, but I think The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle is by far the Best Book of All time for simplicity.

By nogarey 11 Nov 2011 5

This is book is not for everyone to read. It brings a new perspective on life and even on death. It's a mind opener, it creates a fabulous image of nature, of matter and antimatter, of small things in life, of choices we make etc. It's a point of view on religion, love, God and good.

By Emer Thornbury 15 Dec 2010 5

This book is definitly food for thought. As it says in it, the reader needs to look at the information and try it for themselves before they dismiss it. I personally found it liberating to read as it is about living joyfully, and that is my god-desired right. And taking responsibility for my own life, all aspects of it. It is humourous and will challenge the beliefs and ideas instilled by society, but try it out, live it for a while - it is not religious more spiritual.

By a Book Depository customer 10 Dec 2008 3

A shocking waste of time and money. This poor man is seriously confused.

Editorial reviews

What if God became real to you? What if He were there, ready to talk to you, to answer even your most complex questions? How would that change your life? These three books from Walsch offer the opportunity to find out for yourself. The author experienced what he believes was God speaking to him and tells of his amazement when he discovered the truth behind seeming paradoxes, made possible by this open communication. Each of these books draws the reader through a phase of interaction with God and answers are said to change your way of looking at life and the world. The fears that these new concepts may bring are countered with insights designed to give a reader wisdom, courage and the determination to stride on regardless. In the third book the dialogue expands to include the author's concepts of truth, joy, and love, all of which he believes to be interchangeable. As Walsch puts it; 'The question is not to whom do I talk, but who listens?' (Kirkus UK)