Messages & Channelings

One of the most controversial concepts in the messages of CwG is the idea that there is no absolute right and no absolute wrong in God’s universe. 

Neale Donald Walsch > A Dangerous Spiritual Teaching

The message that for many years spiritual teachers have been sharing—that “you are creating your own reality”—can be a dangerous teaching if it is not fully explained. There are two things you must know about the “you create your own reality” teaching

Neale Donald Walsch > Does God Care about us?

God is not a Super Being in the Sky, with the same proclivities and emotional needs as human beings, including the need for love and for revenge when love is betrayed or not given. God is life's Essential Energy. You might want to call that energy Pure Intelligence.

Neale Donald Walsch > Relationships

My dear Friends,

In my life there has been no greater challenge than the challenge of relationships. I am speaking here now of romantic relationships, although all of my relationships—parental, familial, personal, business—have been a test for me from the very beginning.

Neale Donald Walsch > Abolish the Thanksgiving holiday

As I made note of above, this is Thanksgiving Week in the United States, where I am writing this, and where Thanksgiving Day is one of the biggest family holidays of the year. But I have an idea about this holiday that is different from most Americans. I think that the holiday should be abolished.

When I was a child I had a deep fascination with God. What was He like, I wondered? Where did He live? I know now that my ideas about God as a man living somewhere in the sky were the products of my childhood upbringing in a Roman Catholic family. I know that God is not limited to being a "he" or a "she," but that God shows up in every form in which Life Itself displays itself. Still, I hold onto this idea that there are some attributes of God. I ask myself sometimes, if God chose to show up as a human being, what would that be like? What kind of personality would God have?

Neale Donald Walsch > A spirituality devoid of faith

Last week we engaged in a fascinating conversation about practical spirituality, ending with the question: Am I discovering my future, or deciding about it?

Forgiveness, Conversations with God tells us, is not necessary in the Kingdom of Heaven. That is because God can neither be damaged nor offended, and so has no need to forgive anyone. Think of it this way. Do you have a need to "forgive" your three-year-old grandchild for misbehavior?   Of course not. And we are, to God, what a three-year-old child is to us.

AS I HAVE SAID here in the past couple of entries, the views of humanity on so many things have been impacted by our ideas about God and about God’s desires that it’s hard to decide what other areas of life interaction to include on a list of them. Today we’re going to consider Sex and Homosexuality.

I was re-reading When Everything Changes, Change Everything the other day and I was deeply impressed again (as I was the first time around) with its statement that there are two sentences that can change your entire life. These are two sentences that you will want to remember verbatim. I mean, really remember. As in, never forget.

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