Conversations with God: an uncommon dialogue, book 2 Hardcover – 1 May 1997
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I read this and it completely turned everything I believe about religion on its head. If you are at all religious, you should read this book.' (Francis Rossi of Status Quo, Metro) --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
From the author of the international bestseller Conversations with God comes this life-changing sequel --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product Description
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Some of the topics discussed are the nature of time (some very interesting science), organized religion (how religion actively separates man from a direct experience of God), sexuality (including a reference to masturbation!) and education (three core concepts of awareness, honesty and responsibility are suggested). "You must stop seeing God as separate from you and you as separate from each other" is proposed as the basis for all government and politics.
Of course Walsch and God are making all this up as they go along... which is exactly the point! Walsch and God ask us to tell the truth to ourselves and each other. "It is always your new thought that creates your reality".
Still inspirational a few years after I first read it.
Those of you that are having trouble parting with your limiting views of the world be it for your religious programming or what not, should read this book for the overall message not for its claim that its from God. Once again, the message does not contradict Jesus or the Bible in any way, for Jesus said love thy neighbor as you love yourself, and that in no way differs from what is being said here. If you don't like the statement that Hitler went to heaven in this book, then think about what Jesus said about forgiveness, and turning the other cheek.
People need to learn to love unconditionally, this is very important if we are ever to evolve into the Unity that religions themselves claim to be taking us to. The bible itself tells us not to judge others, yet we, both individually and as organized relgions, love to jump and judge everyone, especially those that do not agree with our religious views. If you get nothing from this or the other 2 books, then get that. Don't judge. Love everyone. You shall see how your world becomes better instantly.
I recommend to everyone to buy this book. It has a lot of value in it. The first one too. Who cares if it was God or not? Do not take it as gospel, take it for the value (and lessons) you can get out of it. Enjoy.
Sadly not a step-by-step guide, but a great read, nonetheless.
If you can read Book 1 first, do so.
I read this book on the advice of a friend. He told me the book was fascinating. I certainly agree.
The main thing I would like to say in the beginning is that this book shares some elements with Christianity, but is certainly not Christianity of the sort that most people will recognize. So if you do not like to read books that are at odds with your version of Christianity, avoid this one. It will be a one star book for you.
The author tells us that he had been writing down his religious and philosophical questions on a yellow legal pad for years. One day, he began to hear answers. He then wrote those answers down. What was "dictated" to him becomes the backbone of this book.
I have no way of knowing what the real source of these responses to the questions in the conversations is. It could be Divine communications. It could be Satanic ones. It could be a manifestation of the author's psychology. There are a lot of other things it could be. You'll have to decide for yourself. If you have a spiritual advisor or counselor whom you respect, that would be a good subject to discuss with her or him.
I found myself empathizing with the author's perspective of the conversations. "I am . . . deeply embarrassed by my own life . . . ." "Yet I am encouraged by God to grant myself forgiveness . . . ."
There were several concepts in the book that I found to be new, and which added to my spiritual perspective. One was: "The truth is, God talks to everybody.Read more ›
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not sure on this book started reading it feel its a bit far fetched . one part I don't agree with saying god said you get cancer if you smoke , what about children who get it that... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Lynne c
I really didn't think it would be better than the first book but it is in a different way. This brings the world into focus and explains in detail how we've come to this pass. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ginnie Hayes
I can honestly say this book spoke to me not only with the words but through my spirit thank you for believing and revealing to all of us still seeking much love xxxPublished 6 months ago by Kindle Customer
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