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A dear one has died. Or a romantic relationship has ended. Or a job that was once going to be your career has just evaporated. Or your child has left home. Or you've moved to a new town. Or you're suddenly facing a health crisis, or a financial crisis, or a crisis of faith . . .. . . whatever the circumstance, you are sure about one thing: Nothing will ever be the same. De A dear one has died. Or a romantic relationship has ended. Or a job that was once going to be your career has just evaporated. Or your child has left home. Or you've moved to a new town. Or you're suddenly facing a health crisis, or a financial crisis, or a crisis of faith . . .. . . whatever the circumstance, you are sure about one thing: Nothing will ever be the same. Deep sadness, even bitter negativity, can sometimes follow. What to do then? End the life you've been living? Yes. That's the startling answer from modern-day spiritual messenger Neale Donald Walsch in a book that will touch the lives of people around the world with the same uplifting hopefulness as his Conversations with God.When Everything Changes, Change Everything speaks to the heart of every person who has lost their bearings in the aftermath of a major life changeaand to those who would help them. A strikingly clear, imminently and immediately useful text, it offers God-inspired insights on the way to move on and a breathtaking reason to do so. Here is a practical application of the fresh perspectives of the New Spirituality, with wonderful tools for healing and living and a brand-new definition of God that could make every mystery of life clear up overnight.


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A dear one has died. Or a romantic relationship has ended. Or a job that was once going to be your career has just evaporated. Or your child has left home. Or you've moved to a new town. Or you're suddenly facing a health crisis, or a financial crisis, or a crisis of faith . . .. . . whatever the circumstance, you are sure about one thing: Nothing will ever be the same. De A dear one has died. Or a romantic relationship has ended. Or a job that was once going to be your career has just evaporated. Or your child has left home. Or you've moved to a new town. Or you're suddenly facing a health crisis, or a financial crisis, or a crisis of faith . . .. . . whatever the circumstance, you are sure about one thing: Nothing will ever be the same. Deep sadness, even bitter negativity, can sometimes follow. What to do then? End the life you've been living? Yes. That's the startling answer from modern-day spiritual messenger Neale Donald Walsch in a book that will touch the lives of people around the world with the same uplifting hopefulness as his Conversations with God.When Everything Changes, Change Everything speaks to the heart of every person who has lost their bearings in the aftermath of a major life changeaand to those who would help them. A strikingly clear, imminently and immediately useful text, it offers God-inspired insights on the way to move on and a breathtaking reason to do so. Here is a practical application of the fresh perspectives of the New Spirituality, with wonderful tools for healing and living and a brand-new definition of God that could make every mystery of life clear up overnight.

30 review for When Everything Changes, Change Everything: In a Time of Turmoil, A Pathway to Peace

  1. 4 out of 5

    Coen

    Neale Donald Walsh is fantastic. He is something else. He never ceases to amaze and inspire me. I can read his Conversation with God books at any time and always get something new from them. It always calms me, reminds me that life is always - no matter what - completely and utterly AWESOME. This book is no different. He really taught me to not take things personally. To realize that everything really is up to me. How I react to events/situations. How I feel at any given moment. Am I happy? Sad? Neale Donald Walsh is fantastic. He is something else. He never ceases to amaze and inspire me. I can read his Conversation with God books at any time and always get something new from them. It always calms me, reminds me that life is always - no matter what - completely and utterly AWESOME. This book is no different. He really taught me to not take things personally. To realize that everything really is up to me. How I react to events/situations. How I feel at any given moment. Am I happy? Sad? Angry? All of these are up to me. I decide how life is going to be. It's revolutionary. I can't even imagine how life would be like if everyone took full responsibility for themselves only. It'd be amazing, for sure.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Magdelanye

    >Divinity exists...life has a purpose...human beings have a soul. Our body is something we have and not something we are.... p5 >Nothing changes for the worse...only for the better. p189 >Your soul is here on a mission. p213 If you are in turmoil, in a depression or a confusion or a rage, these affirmations may not seem at all evident, and may even be received as an affront.If life has a purpose, why is it so difficult to discern? These days, it is far easier to doubt rather than to believe in a >Divinity exists...life has a purpose...human beings have a soul. Our body is something we have and not something we are.... p5 >Nothing changes for the worse...only for the better. p189 >Your soul is here on a mission. p213 If you are in turmoil, in a depression or a confusion or a rage, these affirmations may not seem at all evident, and may even be received as an affront.If life has a purpose, why is it so difficult to discern? These days, it is far easier to doubt rather than to believe in any Divinity that might remain accessible to us. >Most people recoil from change. p27 >We shrink back in ourselves when the ground beneath us starts to shift. p29 Or we may strike out to new territory. We all have to find a way to live with ourselves. "The change in your life is not something you are making up, but your thought about it is." p65 Change is constant as the cycles of life attest. Just when we get comfortable, something shifts. When we feel dumped upon or betrayed, when we confront how bad it is, we can easily lose sight of how good it could be. >Sameness is comfort. Even sameness that is killing us...that's boring us to tears. Yet...life begins at the end of your Comfort Zone...Change is a beginning, not an end. p45 So we tell ourselves stories. >A story is a tale you tell yourself. It starts off "once upon a time" p35 >We lose track of our true selves as we wander around inside our now expanded story...We begin thinking we ARE that story,that this is the truth about us. p38 >The only problem is,we can't reach our true selves...because our story is blocking the way. p38 >Just stopping makes you go deeper. p283 >Nothing that it is observed is unaffected by the observer... >The place from where you are looking determines what you see. p203 >Changing your life means changing your life...not deciding...talking about...or reading about changing your life. p293 >It is desire that ignites the engine of creation, not caution p223 DNW is a bold thinker who goes beyond most in his definition of rationality. Approaching him with my shield of skepticism intact,before long I was under his spell. I like the fact that he is humble,direct and plainspoken and I appreciate his sense of humor and conviction. His "9 changes that can change everything" include changing your choice of thoughts and truths, your ideas and your identity. >In the end, it's just about being quiet with yourself...with your soul, not your mind. p36

  3. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

    This book was incredibly annoying from the beginning. There are quite possibly some nuggets of wisdom in the book, but as I read the first 5 chapters I found myself struggling to get through his writing style and mentally raising my eyebrows over the "new age-i-ness" of it all. I skimmed the rest of the book hoping it would get better and meatier but no luck. It was tons of repetition, and Tedious Capitalization of Important Points the author didn't want you to miss and a very conversational st This book was incredibly annoying from the beginning. There are quite possibly some nuggets of wisdom in the book, but as I read the first 5 chapters I found myself struggling to get through his writing style and mentally raising my eyebrows over the "new age-i-ness" of it all. I skimmed the rest of the book hoping it would get better and meatier but no luck. It was tons of repetition, and Tedious Capitalization of Important Points the author didn't want you to miss and a very conversational style of writing. It is exactly like having a one sided conversation. To be fair, that is what the author intended, but it was too much fluff surrounding a few real tips for me. I was looking for some very practical applications for my life - which includes tremendous upheaval from all directions. From the book: "You are not the body. you are not the mind. You are not even the soul. You are all three - and more. You are the Spirit that forms all three. You are The Energy. You are The Essence".

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nina

    . I have been going though so many changes the last 2 years and this book has helped me to understand so much. I thank God for Neale Donald Walsch this is just what I needed. I would recommend it to everyone.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Smitha Murthy

    Many many years ago, I stumbled upon Neale Donald Walsch's 'Conversations with God.' I believe that many times, we don't find books by chance. The book that is meant to be in your life at that time will come to you. I can imagine this field of books, and from that field, just one book will get up and start walking towards you. You hug the book - "You made it!" you exclaim. The book nods happily and you both settled down forever. 'Conversations with God' was one such book that I fell in love with Many many years ago, I stumbled upon Neale Donald Walsch's 'Conversations with God.' I believe that many times, we don't find books by chance. The book that is meant to be in your life at that time will come to you. I can imagine this field of books, and from that field, just one book will get up and start walking towards you. You hug the book - "You made it!" you exclaim. The book nods happily and you both settled down forever. 'Conversations with God' was one such book that I fell in love with. It seemed to be placed at just that time in my life, in my early 20s when I was lost and confused. (Ok, I am still lost and confused now in my 30s). But that's another story! I had quickly bought a few of Walsch's books, but apart from the three 'Conversations with God' books, they didn't appeal to me. 'When Everything Changes, Change Everything,' was therefore on my bookshelf for a long time. And while some of the nuggets are there still, I found myself rather disinterested at most times. There is too much of what Walsch himself admits is 'new-agesy' stuff. The casual tone of writing did not gel well with the serious nature of the subject. Maybe, I am too used to Pema's writing and simple advices? I don't know. So, the book flew over me. A few words rested within me. And then, I hugged the book goodbye. What's next in that field?

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ali

    weird book, good, but few repetitive points. I also found it unique that there are some stories in the Acknowledgements section

  7. 5 out of 5

    Janelle

    This book certainly contains kernels of wisdom and plenty of sensible ideas about psychology and approaching the reality of life in this domain, where change is a constant. Unfortunately I am not partial to this type of writing: self-referential and self-congratulatory, relentlessly optimistic, somewhat-condescendingly conversational (the conversational aspect is intentional; I just don't love it) and repetitive, with frequent italicizations and capitalized words and phrases to connote Importanc This book certainly contains kernels of wisdom and plenty of sensible ideas about psychology and approaching the reality of life in this domain, where change is a constant. Unfortunately I am not partial to this type of writing: self-referential and self-congratulatory, relentlessly optimistic, somewhat-condescendingly conversational (the conversational aspect is intentional; I just don't love it) and repetitive, with frequent italicizations and capitalized words and phrases to connote Importance. But author Neale Donald Walsch's enthusiasm is unmistakable, so there's that. In the interest of full disclosure, I scanned more than read most of the book, though there were parts, more rooted in reality than theory, that caught my eye and engaged me more fully.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin Howen

    Another good book from Neale Donal Walsch. He has continued to add to my education of life. This book reviews and expands on a few of the concepts found in Conversations with God and adds a few new ideas. This book invites us to learn and practice nine ways to change everything in order to move from one reality to the next in order to discover a new way of living. I know that putting this model of self change to practice will work for anyone. The changing everything plan is simple to understand. Another good book from Neale Donal Walsch. He has continued to add to my education of life. This book reviews and expands on a few of the concepts found in Conversations with God and adds a few new ideas. This book invites us to learn and practice nine ways to change everything in order to move from one reality to the next in order to discover a new way of living. I know that putting this model of self change to practice will work for anyone. The changing everything plan is simple to understand. Difficulty can only come from our inability to let go of our pasts and open our mind... [read more]

  9. 5 out of 5

    Courtney

    I haven't read more than 60 pages but I can't handle this author — he just goes around and around in common sense circles. There are definitely many better books that address this topic. Now, if you have never read any of them before then you might just love this book because — if you have nothing to compare it to — I guess it might not be all that bad. I haven't read more than 60 pages but I can't handle this author — he just goes around and around in common sense circles. There are definitely many better books that address this topic. Now, if you have never read any of them before then you might just love this book because — if you have nothing to compare it to — I guess it might not be all that bad.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Randy

    This book has been in the top 50 at Amazon.com since it's realease last week. The NY Times called us and is tracking it for their list. Reviews have been fantastic...I encourage you to check it out. This book has been in the top 50 at Amazon.com since it's realease last week. The NY Times called us and is tracking it for their list. Reviews have been fantastic...I encourage you to check it out.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    Neale has never written a bad book, and that includes this! There were many deep concepts discussed here, for sure. My only criticism is that I wished there were more practical skills offered, so I can't wait to read his workbook on this subject next. Neale has never written a bad book, and that includes this! There were many deep concepts discussed here, for sure. My only criticism is that I wished there were more practical skills offered, so I can't wait to read his workbook on this subject next.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Sheridan

    This summarizes my outlook on life entirely. I met Neale at a seminar he held and it was such a moving experience. Read the book with an open mind - it will challenge a lot of what you may have held true.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Tom Bierdz

    I read this about 10 years ago and picked it up again for some reassurance about all the changes occuring today. The first half focuses on the mind, the second half on the soul. The first half appears to be cognitive therapy. There are 3 truths, Actual truth (reality) Apparent truth (observed reality), and Imagined truth (distorted reality). You can change the way you feel by changing your thoughts. Our soul is energy. As such it can never be lost; it can only be transformed. "Change is not a dis I read this about 10 years ago and picked it up again for some reassurance about all the changes occuring today. The first half focuses on the mind, the second half on the soul. The first half appears to be cognitive therapy. There are 3 truths, Actual truth (reality) Apparent truth (observed reality), and Imagined truth (distorted reality). You can change the way you feel by changing your thoughts. Our soul is energy. As such it can never be lost; it can only be transformed. "Change is not a disruption. It is life erupting into a fuller bloom" All change is good. Frequently it's hard to buy that when we experience its negative impact, but what's happening now can influence tomorrow's positive experience. It's also easier to understand if we realize that while the change may not appear good from the mind's perspective, it is good from the soul's perspective. It also helps to believe that death is not an ending but a transformation since energy never dies.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Amir Ali Hamed

    This book can definitely be considered the most important and the best book in my lifetime. It's a bit difficult to read, but it was really worth it when I devoted it. I usually write a summary of each book after reading a book, but this is the only book I can't write because I lived through every line and every sentence was important to me. Thank you Donald Walsh. I have traveled with you through a series of conversations with God and you have opened another perspective on me. Thank you and God This book can definitely be considered the most important and the best book in my lifetime. It's a bit difficult to read, but it was really worth it when I devoted it. I usually write a summary of each book after reading a book, but this is the only book I can't write because I lived through every line and every sentence was important to me. Thank you Donald Walsh. I have traveled with you through a series of conversations with God and you have opened another perspective on me. Thank you and God and life.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sali Abdeltawwab

    I found this book a little boring sometimes however I did find the book encouraging and it did change some my perspective of looking at things. In addition, I liked the poems that at the end of each chapter and I liked Neal Walsch simplicity and clear writing. I'd definitely recommend the book :) Many Thanks I found this book a little boring sometimes however I did find the book encouraging and it did change some my perspective of looking at things. In addition, I liked the poems that at the end of each chapter and I liked Neal Walsch simplicity and clear writing. I'd definitely recommend the book :) Many Thanks

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Infante

    It was a refreshing reading. Something like I was looking for it, and it appeared just like a great song. A different approach from other books from Neale but awesome like CWG. I have found many interesting thoughts and practical ideas about being, knowing and experiencing and I had fun reading it... Highly recommended! What an inspiring book...

  17. 4 out of 5

    Deepak Dovedy

    Brilliant tool I had purchased this book a few years ago and moved onto other CWG material after completing chapter 1 of WECCE. Something changed after I heard the audio recording of the Changing Change seminar in Los Angeles. I decided to go deeper and WECCE has appreciated my understanding of what is so. WECCE is my preferred gift!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mona Al

    I loved every word of this book. The writer is really deep and insightful. I can see that all the 9 changing factors he mentioned were everything I am seeking now in my life as it is changing to the BETTER as always. I am super grateful for the book and all the messages for me. I am changing the change now!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Claire

    I am displeased with the fact that I did not finish this book in time to take it back to the library this time. I thought Walsch's words were rather teetotally. (view spoiler)[I mean, he is consoling, if you are trying to wrap your mind around a sudden total abrupt switcheroo in your life, but if you are not... um... (hide spoiler)] It is an OK piece of literature overall. I am displeased with the fact that I did not finish this book in time to take it back to the library this time. I thought Walsch's words were rather teetotally. (view spoiler)[I mean, he is consoling, if you are trying to wrap your mind around a sudden total abrupt switcheroo in your life, but if you are not... um... (hide spoiler)] It is an OK piece of literature overall.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Dustie

    Life Changing if you pay attention It took me a long time to read this book. But actually, it aligned perfectly with life’s needs. If you listen carefully to the words inside this book, you will change the way you see things. For the better.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Svetlana Wesley

    Everything will change after you read this book

  22. 5 out of 5

    Pascale

    Re-read... because everything has changed. Literally.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sandeep

    This is one of the books that has helped me change my perspective of how I view what is happening around me. A real eye-opener (actually, a mind-opener!)

  24. 5 out of 5

    Abrar.f Alhumoud

    I read the book translated in Arabic So I don’t know if it poor translation or the ideas of the book not harmonies!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Donna Pachota

    Not what I was looking for Very repetitive could have all been said in half the space I just wasn't into it, maybe not the need I have right now Not what I was looking for Very repetitive could have all been said in half the space I just wasn't into it, maybe not the need I have right now

  26. 4 out of 5

    J

    This is better than most of the books he writes in the standard format. The other format for which he is known, which is a conversation with God, is his best work. This is a clear second place, which I'm happy to say since his other books that aren't conversation format seem to lack power. He takes a folkly tone, but if that bugs you, stick with it and you'll probably find the content solid. I liked this circle of cause and effect: Experience comes out of emotion. Emotion comes out of thought. Th This is better than most of the books he writes in the standard format. The other format for which he is known, which is a conversation with God, is his best work. This is a clear second place, which I'm happy to say since his other books that aren't conversation format seem to lack power. He takes a folkly tone, but if that bugs you, stick with it and you'll probably find the content solid. I liked this circle of cause and effect: Experience comes out of emotion. Emotion comes out of thought. Thought comes out of truth. Truth comes out of data. Data comes out of events. Events come out of reality. Reality comes out of experience, and so a circle is made. (He adds to it later.) A couple favorite excerpts: pg 175 The job of the mind is to make sure that the body – your physical instrument, or tool – is safe, so that you may use it to do what you came here to do. The job of the soul is to make sure that the mind always knows what you came here to do, and does not get caught up in its own make-believe world. pg 261 I had to admit that suddenly I had a better conceptual understanding of all of this. Then I suddenly saw a “movie” in my head. I was caused to imagine an exchange between myself and another soul. In my vision I was walking down a sidewalk in some city and I came across a street person leaning up against the building, clothes a mess, hair oily from not having been washed in weeks, and smelling… Well, interesting… For lack of a better description. The street person held out a small paper cup as I passed by. "Would you have any spare change?" she mumbled. Oh, this same person is on this same spot six days out of seven, I said to myself. She's got a real racket going. Why bother even looking for work when you can pick up who knows how many dollars a week just standing here asking for it? I passed her by without giving her so much as a look… But then I turned back and headed straight for her. "Tell me something," I blurted. “why don't you just get a job like everybody else rather than standing here asking people for money?" “If I did,” the bag lady replied, “who would be here to let you see who you really are—?”

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    I read this book as part of a book study, hoping to find some pathways through the grief I was experiencing after my mother-in-law's and father's untimely deaths. To be meaningful to me, I had to overlook most of the religious references, but did come away with some new coping mechanisms - "changing resistance to acceptance" continues to be my favorite nugget of wisdom from the book. The companion workbook I found much more engaging, the actual book was a tedious read. I read this book as part of a book study, hoping to find some pathways through the grief I was experiencing after my mother-in-law's and father's untimely deaths. To be meaningful to me, I had to overlook most of the religious references, but did come away with some new coping mechanisms - "changing resistance to acceptance" continues to be my favorite nugget of wisdom from the book. The companion workbook I found much more engaging, the actual book was a tedious read.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sheila Pritchard

    I found this book very helpful at a time of great change. Walsch combines a practical, engaging style of writing with deeply integrated layers of psychology and spirituality. Much of what he said I had heard before but the way he presented it added new angles and new perspectives. I would have liked more "real life" case study examples. The poetry written by his wife was a beautiful and deep addition to each chapter. I found this book very helpful at a time of great change. Walsch combines a practical, engaging style of writing with deeply integrated layers of psychology and spirituality. Much of what he said I had heard before but the way he presented it added new angles and new perspectives. I would have liked more "real life" case study examples. The poetry written by his wife was a beautiful and deep addition to each chapter.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Frances

    This book will expand your mind. It's an experience rather than just a read. This book will expand your mind. It's an experience rather than just a read.

  30. 4 out of 5

    kisa

    The book started off being amazing because of the way the author wrote it is different from any other books. there's an effective connection b/w the readers and the author. somehow,after few chapters, it started to annoy me. too much repetition. and so many of unnecessary discussions. i'll put this book aside first,for now. The book started off being amazing because of the way the author wrote it is different from any other books. there's an effective connection b/w the readers and the author. somehow,after few chapters, it started to annoy me. too much repetition. and so many of unnecessary discussions. i'll put this book aside first,for now.

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