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The New Revelations: A Conversation with God
     

The New Revelations: A Conversation with God

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by Neale Donald Walsch
 

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This is a life-altering book. It contains New Revelations. It provides the tools with which to pull ourselves out of despair, lifting the whole human race to a new level of experience, to a new understanding of life itself, to a new expression of its grandest vision.
Neale Donald Walsch believes that the human race has reached a Time of Choosing. Our

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The New Revelations 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
the conversations with god series and the further titles that neale has written, have profoundly affected my way of thinking. first, the power of choice and responsibility of actions and reactions is owned by each of us; how simple, yet putting this into daily living before neales books was a big question to me. further more, a knowing that peace becomes all of us in our own stillness, and that the stillness is our own choice is like a revalation. i could go on and on. i chose the most simplistic forms of being the book has shown me, and that i have put into practice in my own life. these books have shown me what i have always known. however, i wasn't sure and didn't quite know how. now i am sure. thanks to neale and god and deepak for pointing my ship in the direction i needed it to go. for finally the wind changed.
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Perfect! Unable to say more.
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to save humanity from extinction, Neale asks if we would find the courage to challenge the beliefs we have been using to define ourselves, and evaluate with honesty how effective or ineffective our theologies have been in producing the results we claim to want / using well-researched references to written scriptures of the most prominent world religions, he shows clear admonition in each which have provoked destructive behaviors throughout our history down to the present day / 'You've done the things you've been doing to each other in the name of religion because many of your present organized religions, all well-meant, all well-intended, and most grounded in some sound spiritual principles, are simply incomplete in their understandings. Religion has not been allowed to grow. Indeed you will not let it grow. You claim that any new insight that contradicts or modifies the old is blasphemous and heretical. You claim that new revelations are not possible. Your position is that everything there is to say has already been said, everything there is to know is already known, everything there is to understand is already understood. Yet your desperate struggle to keep your species alive, to stop it's members from killing each other, and from destroying all of life will not end, and it may wind up ending you if you are unable to make one simple statement. There is something I do not understand about God, and about life, the understanding of which will change everything.' / living in the question of what this new understanding would open up for us is primed with a set of concise 'Revelations', not to be accepted on faith or as fact, but offered in an invitation to consider deeply if there is any truth in them for us, and any value in them for the human race / a remarkable work, the revelations themselves useful to contemplate on a daily basis as supporting a refreshing orientation to our life and world events an orientation where hope displaces fear and our choices in each of life's moments yield self-realization and stand as encouragement to others / I strongly recommend this work / no explicit external references to other works were found. My journey along the Conversations path brings me next to Communion with God
mark pollack More than 1 year ago
Please do yourselves a favor and google this guy . Please do not be led downward by this person. It is a one way trip down