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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 options are being pla 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 options are being placed before us by the tide of events -- and by those whoa re creating them. We can either move forward, building together at last a new world of peace and harmony based on new beliefs about God and Life, or move backward, separately and continuously reconstructing the old world of conflict and discord. In The New Revelations, bestselling author Walsch offers possible and powerful answers to the questions facing the world, and urges us to open our hearts and minds to what may be one of the most important spiritual statements of our time.


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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 options are being pla 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 options are being placed before us by the tide of events -- and by those whoa re creating them. We can either move forward, building together at last a new world of peace and harmony based on new beliefs about God and Life, or move backward, separately and continuously reconstructing the old world of conflict and discord. In The New Revelations, bestselling author Walsch offers possible and powerful answers to the questions facing the world, and urges us to open our hearts and minds to what may be one of the most important spiritual statements of our time.

30 review for The New Revelations: A Conversation with God

  1. 4 out of 5

    Erik Akre

    Here Neale Donald Walsch undertakes yet another of his conversations, discussing the fate and salvation of humankind on Earth. The answer "God" (Walsch's deep inner Self? A figment of his imagination? God Itself?) gives is that we must change our beliefs in order to save ourselves. This is an answer that has been explored in much more depth and detail by other authors, such as Thomas Berry and Duane Elgin, to name a few off the top of my head. God gives us similar ideas, and from a more New Agey Here Neale Donald Walsch undertakes yet another of his conversations, discussing the fate and salvation of humankind on Earth. The answer "God" (Walsch's deep inner Self? A figment of his imagination? God Itself?) gives is that we must change our beliefs in order to save ourselves. This is an answer that has been explored in much more depth and detail by other authors, such as Thomas Berry and Duane Elgin, to name a few off the top of my head. God gives us similar ideas, and from a more New Agey angle. Meanwhile, Walsch also repeats the same themes contained in the other four CWG books I've read. I actually like Walsch's God a lot. I cherish the first CWG book, but have seen nothing very new since. I think I'm done with CWG; I'm looking for ways to get in touch with my own God. Have had some success, possibly thanks to watching Walsch accomplish it himself.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Fabian

    After Walsch's first three books (and a lot of other spiritual reading I've done) the rest of his books took some effort to get into. This book had that same issue for me: I was a bir bored for about 150 pages (just because I've read so much like it already), but then it picked up and accelerated toward's the end. At this point, I'm reading and re-reading Walsch's stuff as a way to uplift myself on a bad day, or as a meditation in the morning. This book did a great job reminding and encouraging After Walsch's first three books (and a lot of other spiritual reading I've done) the rest of his books took some effort to get into. This book had that same issue for me: I was a bir bored for about 150 pages (just because I've read so much like it already), but then it picked up and accelerated toward's the end. At this point, I'm reading and re-reading Walsch's stuff as a way to uplift myself on a bad day, or as a meditation in the morning. This book did a great job reminding and encouraging the reader to take accountability for their own being/doing wherever and whenever they can. No one person is going to save the world. We'll do it collectively, and we start within our own circle of influence.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mitzi

    NDW saying what needs to be said about humanity's addiction to outdated organized religions. I hope someday soon we can change the belief structures that are the foundation of all of our issues - I completely agree with NDW that no major evolution will happen until that day comes... NDW saying what needs to be said about humanity's addiction to outdated organized religions. I hope someday soon we can change the belief structures that are the foundation of all of our issues - I completely agree with NDW that no major evolution will happen until that day comes...

  4. 5 out of 5

    Chuck Smoot

    This book is what gave me the inspiration for A Love Movement.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Harish Sankar

    No better book describes the failure if Abrahamic Religions as this book so humbly does. God speaks to us via this book. We better listen.

  6. 5 out of 5

    J

    Fantastic, wonderful ideas. I would not be surprised if this book was better received by atheists than religious people despite explicit references to (and words from) God. Some excerpts I like: NDW: So we don't have to "believe in God" in order to change the world. God: Not at all. NDW: But those people who do believe in God have a head start. God: Not necessarily. NDW: What? God: I said, not necessarily. NDW: You mean a belief in God is not a benefit here? It's not an advantage? God: It could actually Fantastic, wonderful ideas. I would not be surprised if this book was better received by atheists than religious people despite explicit references to (and words from) God. Some excerpts I like: NDW: So we don't have to "believe in God" in order to change the world. God: Not at all. NDW: But those people who do believe in God have a head start. God: Not necessarily. NDW: What? God: I said, not necessarily. NDW: You mean a belief in God is not a benefit here? It's not an advantage? God: It could actually be a disadvantage. NDW: How can you say that a belief in God can be a disadvantage in changing the world? God: Everything depends not on whether you believe IN God, but on what you believe ABOUT God. ... pg 28-29 God: ...Yet this does not mean that what was passed on was always accurate, nor does it mean that the person who claims to have been the original recipient of these revelations was infallible. NDW: Any more than this book is infallible. God: That is correct. That is exactly right. Any claim of infallibility for this book would be inaccurate. NDW: It would be inaccurate to say that this book is accurate. God: Yes. NDW: So this book is accurate when it says that it is inaccurate. God: That's clever, and that's another yes. NDW: So if it's inaccurate, why should I believe it? God: You should not believe it. You should apply it and see what works. Incidentally, put every other writing that claims to be a communication from God to the same test. pg 118 NDW: That all sounds completely impossible. I'm sorry. I hate to throw cold water on all this, but I don't see how we can achieve this. God: Are you willing to? NDW: Yes, but it just all sounds so overwhelming. God: You are being overwhelmed now. It's just a question of what you choose to be overwhelmed by: present conditions, which could destroy your lives, or magnificent ideas that could re-create them. NDW: Well, when you put it that way... God: That is the only way to put it, because that is the way it is. Here is the question before all of humanity right now. BY WHAT DO YOU CHOOSE TO BE OVERWHELMED? Do you wish to be overwhelmed by something coming at you, or by something coming from you? You are right, this does all "sound overwhelming." It is supposed to be overwhelming. With this force -- the force of your ideas, the power of new beliefs -- you can overwhelm all the negativity in the world. NDW: Well, I hate to bring this up again, but that's what organized religion says that it can do. ... pg 59-60

  7. 5 out of 5

    Acacia

    Wow such profound things to think about. I've always questioned my church upbringing and have been in doubt about God. Since reading this book I have released a lot of my fears about God not loving me. I never thought of God as a person but as a being within all of us. It is wonderful to know that other people feel the same way and are now publishing it. After reading this book it is now easier to for me see the oneness in each of us as we are all a part of God no matter what religious path we c Wow such profound things to think about. I've always questioned my church upbringing and have been in doubt about God. Since reading this book I have released a lot of my fears about God not loving me. I never thought of God as a person but as a being within all of us. It is wonderful to know that other people feel the same way and are now publishing it. After reading this book it is now easier to for me see the oneness in each of us as we are all a part of God no matter what religious path we choose to walk down. My gratitude to the friend who let me borrow this book.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Julie Amstutz

    Amazing and intimate! The words are true and uplifting for our times. If only we can act on it! We need to change our beliefs to include all of humanity.... now! I will share this information with all people I know! How about you?

  9. 4 out of 5

    Aggie

    Some really good insights in this book...most did not hit me as anything new. But just a nudge to live our lives as we say we believe.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Wellington

    Okay, I'm going to move off of reading Neale's stuff for a while. Okay, I'm going to move off of reading Neale's stuff for a while.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Maurya

    I highly recommend this book - and more so if you haven't read any of his previous material. There is quite a bit of repetition here, but he acknowledges that up front. But I like the repetition - good reminders - and as Tony Robbins says, Repetition is the mother of skill. (I did have to read it in bits and pieces as it did require my big brain to contemplate.) To me, this book captures the essence of many of his other books, in a condensed fashion, which could maybe only happen after all the ot I highly recommend this book - and more so if you haven't read any of his previous material. There is quite a bit of repetition here, but he acknowledges that up front. But I like the repetition - good reminders - and as Tony Robbins says, Repetition is the mother of skill. (I did have to read it in bits and pieces as it did require my big brain to contemplate.) To me, this book captures the essence of many of his other books, in a condensed fashion, which could maybe only happen after all the other books were written. "Ours is not a better way, ours is merely another way." I like that he isn't attempting to create a new religion. "Is it possible that the Word of God as put down by humans in their holy books has some errors in it? Is it possible that there is something we don't know about God and about Life, the knowing of which could change everything?" - Something I have wondered about and thought about - and continue to think about... There is much to this book to ponder and think about. Writing a review hardly does it justice. Bottom line for me - reading this book is helping me to remember to be a better person, I want to come back to it.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Christopher Miller

    I'm having my doubts about this series... https://starlogic.ca/2018/07/09/neale... I'm having my doubts about this series... https://starlogic.ca/2018/07/09/neale...

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    Loved the concept and main points of this book. It was understandably repetitive, which made it rough for me to continue reading.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Scott Holstad

    Horrible. Wretched. Utter trash.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    Loved it, really stretched my thinking!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lynn

    I guess the mood changes by the days I read the book, not by the content, fully. I do agree with the precept but not 100%. Though I'm sure the inspiration of the author comes from a good place, he does not touch on the other side of the coin, which not everything is within one's control. I liked what he talked about routines. I also find it very calming most times to read it as the words seek to liberate. This is definitely an anti dogma type of book that seeks to liberate the reader from itself. I guess the mood changes by the days I read the book, not by the content, fully. I do agree with the precept but not 100%. Though I'm sure the inspiration of the author comes from a good place, he does not touch on the other side of the coin, which not everything is within one's control. I liked what he talked about routines. I also find it very calming most times to read it as the words seek to liberate. This is definitely an anti dogma type of book that seeks to liberate the reader from itself.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Fahima Karim

    I like most of Neal's points here. But I believe the holey books he talks about and the points he brings from those books are misinterpreted here. The problem is that those books are not in direct simple words like Neal's books, they are written in metaphorically and poetically. it is very hard to interpret them. specially that our language structure changed since those books were written originally . I believe when Quraan talks about jahad it is one's internal jahad meaning jahad with one self I like most of Neal's points here. But I believe the holey books he talks about and the points he brings from those books are misinterpreted here. The problem is that those books are not in direct simple words like Neal's books, they are written in metaphorically and poetically. it is very hard to interpret them. specially that our language structure changed since those books were written originally . I believe when Quraan talks about jahad it is one's internal jahad meaning jahad with one self (or eggo) . Islam it self means surrender , I believe not islam but all the religions are the language of love. I know in todays world they are institutionalized and politations use them for their own benefits or to gain and maintain their power. another thing is that you can not interpret hyas in quraan one by one. The hayas are very much related to really understand one Haya you have to read the next and the next. I totally agree with everything that Neal says here but I don't believe this is what Mohamad's or Jesus's or mosse's intentions when they started their teachings on the first place.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Shoolaks

    i think its an interesting and original concept, although many crucial issues and questions have been tackled by the author and he has tried to answer the unaswerable, but he inturn raises even more new questions but i guess it gets the mind racing and he tries to shove as much positive force into you as possible, so that at the end you would convince yourself that all your past mistakes were OK, and you shouldnt feel so giulty about them. but we all know the truth dont we??

  19. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

    Walsch's books are always pretty similar in format, but are all very inspiring / enlightening. Only bad thing is that he goes over certain things in every book, so once you've read a few of his books, you know all that already and you have to read through that stuff again to get to the new stuff. Walsch's books are always pretty similar in format, but are all very inspiring / enlightening. Only bad thing is that he goes over certain things in every book, so once you've read a few of his books, you know all that already and you have to read through that stuff again to get to the new stuff.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Irene Timm

    audiobook: Excellent. Written as if in a direct conversation with God, it incorporates much of the new thoughts on spirituality of A Course in Miracles as interpreted by Marianne Williamson and Gary Renard.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Cathy

    I have finished this book. I really enjoyed it. It is a book that I will return to from time to time as it has a lot of great thoughts in it. I will need to re read some of it to refresh my memory. A very valuable read.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Rohit Nagpal

    It is already scripted in Hindu Vedas that all almighty exists within us and this book is an outstanding example in narrating the very same. I appreciate the way author explores various life chapters and penned down the mind boggling questions. I will read this book again and again.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Nidhi

    Its a good book to read when you are feeling down and miserable in life.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Pi

    I gave this as a gift to Cez Nunez. Empowering for those searching for a way to enter the arena of changing the planet.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Genevieve

    Inspired me to want to change myself and the world. Main idea is that our beliefs about God mess us up and are the reason for our destruction of the planet and eachother.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Roby

    The purpose of this dialogue is to awaken people and to heal the world. That will both help and serve.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ursula

    Neale Donald Walsch, as always, posits profound questions everyone on the planet should be asking themselves.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Anni Mcgee

    This book will really make you think about your spirituality. It's set as a conversation with God. This book will really make you think about your spirituality. It's set as a conversation with God.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Futhi Mabuza

    So many critics regarding this book.....but its a fine read.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Aika Artemisia

    Excellent book, definitely living up to the standards set by the CwG collection. Very powerful, very transformative.

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