Conversations With God by Neale Donald Walsch

Conversations With God

The sequel to the bestselling Books One and Two of "Conversations with God", this powerful and inspirational dialogue expands as readers enter into an adventurous exploration of life, gain a better understanding of the universe, and fully develop a personal relationship with God.

Details Conversations With God

TitleConversations With God
Release DateDec 3rd, 2005
PublisherHampton Roads Publishing Company
GenreSpirituality, Nonfiction, Religion, Philosophy, Self Help

Reviews Conversations With God

  • Jessaka
    The Free Love Movement is Still Alive and KickingShe put her pen to the piece of paper that was lying on the table in front of her, and she waited. And waited. The pen began to move, to even write, and what it wrote frightened her: “You are going to go to hell for this.” She never practiced automatic writing again, but I really wouldn’t know, because I don’t remember who she was or what had happened to her. It was too long ago.We all met ...
  • Iona Stewart
    I found Book 3 of this series to be even better than book 1 (I haven’t read Book 2 yet).Neale began to take dictation of this book in 1994 but first finished in 1998. It was well worth waiting for.I will mention merely a comparative few of the valuable statements God provides us with.Fear and Guilt are your only enemies. Love and awareness are your true friends.Br cautious, be conscious, but do not be fearful.In the following wherever I write ...
  • Nathan
    It was wonderful to read a book that illustrated almost every belief that I have about the universe so completely. This book describes the meaning of life. Read it now or find out eventually in another life.
  • Mεδ Rεδħα
    The third book in Walsch's trilogy, Conversations with God 3 moves from individual and global issues to "universal truths," which apply to all levels of existence from the microscopic to the macrocosmic. Walsch explores some of the most profound questions of our time: What happens when we die? What is time? Are we alone in the universe?This book showed me the personal side of a universe of quantum mechanics and relativity. Since this is a univers...
  • Helena Harper
    Mesmerising!Even before I had finished the previous two books in this series, I had already read the part in this book about highly evolved beings (HEBs) and life on other planets, because it answered a question I had repeatedly asked myself ever since I was a child i.e. was there life on other planets? I had always thought that there must be - the universe is just too huge for us to be the only ones 'out here' - and when this book confirmed that...
  • Angela Coulter
    I read all three books of this series somewhere around 2001... and it said so many things that I had felt, but could never find any literature that had the same thoughts and feelings. It also expanded my thinking... and really, really made me OK with everything!This series of books came out around the time that a lot of the "new thought" books and leaders starting showing themselves, at the turn of the century. A must read and addition to anyone'...
  • Andrew Rado
    so far pretty amazing. i like this god.
  • Wil Roese
    The god of this book is full of contradictions. For example, "god" first says "{there is no such thing as wrong" and later says it is "wrong" for parents to raise their children.
  • David Berg
    I do not recommend this book. This book will find you when you’re ready.
  • Bridget
    I gave this book five stars because it was truly was amazingin that it made me evaluate my life in a way I never have before but really needed to. Raised in a religious home, I believe my faith has always been strong. However, some events in the last few years have shaken it a little, and I was having a hard time with the concept of God that I grew up with and was familiar with. There isn't a doubt in my mind that I was led to find this series of...
  • William Quick
    Wow...Chapters 3 and 12 blew me away....I have read the whole trilogy ....The first book was nice....I didn't care fore the second book (it just reviewed the first book)....But this book...Book III....was beyond what I expected.....Sure there was some repetition, but it got the point(s) across.....I read these books from my local library, now I have to buy them for myself....Definite re-reads
  • James
    It was good though the writer focused more on 'his words' than the word, and by that i mean God's word(the Bible). I say this cause the bible tells us that he that has Not 'THE WORD' has 'words'. Hope you get what i am saying or in simple terms THE WORD is the en-grafted word of God and words are those formulated by man without God's guidance.Or may be that is how 'God' revealed it to him, i wont judge for the bible tells us in Mathew 7;7'jugde n...
  • Laura Tropman
    The main points of the book are as follows:1. We are all one.2. There is enough.3. There is nothing we have to do. It is what we are to be. God is truth,love and joy. God is a process to be experienced,not a person, place, or thing. In order for the human collective consciousness to awaken and come into being and find peace on our planet we must observe fully what works and what doesn't work, communicate truthfully, and choose wisely.I absolutely...
  • Linda
    I read books 1,2,3 and 4 of this series and was fascinated at the pure intellectual skill in Neale's writing style. One needs to read his books slowly in order to absorb the sheer depth of his concept line by line. Naturally, if you read the first in his series, you read the next and the next because you have the innate sense that he is leading you to his version of truth and have earned the right to learn it, whether you subscribe to it or not. ...
  • Lisa
    I read all the Conversations With God books a few years ago, and loved them. Anything that makes you question the things you believe and why, and that resonates with you is a real treasure.
  • Cristian Fusoiu
    I am God I wrote this book for you and packed it with awesome ideas.Instead of Have-Do-Be. First Be, then Do, then Have Enjoy Death - both yours and other people's death. Death is freedom.+ others but we don't want to spoil this book for you.. so:Enjoy!
  • Igor Stojanov
    The author redeemed himself for the shortcomings in Book 2. The prose flows more easily and contains truths that are self-evident. Other than the remembrance of the topic covered in the first two books, this book goes into more depth explaining what happens after death as well as how highly evolved beings(HEB) live their lives. The inclusion of his wedding vow was a nice personal touch. Some of the parts I really enjoyed:-The highest choice for t...
  • Alan Newton
    The longest of the authors dialogues with God and, if you’ve read the first two, you may not be surprised to hear that there is a lot of repetition, for which the author indicates is necessary to understand the various concepts outlined, and - if nothing else - to hammer home key points using different metaphors and/or descriptions.A larger focus in the second half of the book is placed upon HEBs (Highly Evolved Beings) elsewhere in the univers...
  • D
    Book 1 and 2 were enlightening. Most of book 3 was a repetition of the first two.
  • Dimitris Hall
    What would a holy book---a supposed hotline with God---read like if it was written today? Would it be enough to jumpstart new religions the way the Bible or the Quran did in their time?What would God have to say about marriage? Child rearing? Aliens? The nature of the individual soul and how each one is an instance of God, of creativity, of consciousness discovering itself and who it wants to be? How about sacrilege? Sin? Free Will? Life after de...
  • Iclirius
    quite more complex that previous, still give a lot to thing.
  • Fran Macilvey
    Conversations with God: An Uncommon dialogue, Vol. 3This is how my reading of this trilogy has progressed, over the last ten years. Book 1 - finished three times; Book 2 -read twice; Book 3 - read twice (?) through before + dipped in and out. Finally, have read book 3 again to the end. And, I think it is a fantastic book with really empowering messages. It helps hugely to have read the previous two volumes so that some of the core messages are fa...
  • INFP
    Actually it's a triology , first two books are missing in this website :(. Anyways it's a great book explaining the reason why we r here, why cosmos was was created , how the universe is Unipolar, how their isOnly one god and we are his particles, non existence of hell or devils,concept of free will, how their is only one true nature that is LOVE, how fear was created to create internal point of reference , how Love nd Fear makes infinite emotion...
  • Victor Morais
    It is definitely a wonderful read through. Very nice book, which speaks about the insight of the Universal Love. The relationship with cosmology and to this astric body. I was infact able to relate somany bible verse when I came across concepts and their explanation. The explanation and the characteristic of Highly Evolved Beings(HEB) is really an insight of how an ideal human being should be. Above all the last chapter just blew my mind off expl...
  • Laurent Videau
    This trilogy (book 1, 2 and 3) is one of the most intersting book I read in the last 2 years. Neale Walsch questions our preconceptions on everything.Every one should have read these 3 books. It will surprise many and force you to put things into perspective and re evaluate your convictions.I enjoyed all 3 books very much.
  • Jennifer
    Only got thru part of this. Started to seem too unrealistic for me...and I have a very open mind...but it seemed like he thought he was writing a whole new bible with this series. A little too high on himself.
  • Jacki
    very interesting and makes you feel as if God is speaking directly to you. He could be faking it but I find it hard to know why or how. I just watched the dvd last night about the story of his life. I didn't know he was homeless for a while.
  • Sandra Brown
    words cannot explain; it is a awakening for me; my life can never be the same after reading Conversations with God, Neale Donald Walsch.
  • Melissa
    If you don't want to read the 1st and could just read this. It recaps the first two and adds a lot as well. Wonderful, compelling, and profound. Read with an open mind and open heart.