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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. 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.


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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. 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.

16 review for Conversations With God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 3

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dr. Appu Sasidharan

    (Regular Review)This is the third and final book in this series. It discusses a very interesting Divine Dichotomy concept that you might have also read in Eckhart Tolle’s books. "It's important to learn about Divine Dichotomy and understand it thoroughly if you are to live in our universe with grace. Divine Dichotomy holds that it is possible for two apparently contradictory truths to exist simultaneously in the same space. Now on your planet people find this difficult to accept. They lik (Regular Review)This is the third and final book in this series. It discusses a very interesting Divine Dichotomy concept that you might have also read in Eckhart Tolle’s books. "It's important to learn about Divine Dichotomy and understand it thoroughly if you are to live in our universe with grace. Divine Dichotomy holds that it is possible for two apparently contradictory truths to exist simultaneously in the same space. Now on your planet people find this difficult to accept. They like to have order, and anything that does not fit into their picture is automatically rejected. For this reason, when two realities begin to assert themselves and they seem to contradict one another, the immediate assumption is that one of them must be wrong, false, untrue. It takes a great deal of maturity to see, and accept, that, in fact, they might both be true. Yet in the realm of the absolute—as opposed to the realm of the relative, in which you live—it is very clear that the one truth which is All There Is sometimes produces an effect which, viewed in relative terms, looks like a contradiction. This is called Divine Dichotomy” You have to take the ideas given in this book with a grain of salt. There are some ideas presented in it, which can change your life while others will discombobulate you to the core. Overall it will be a good pick if you are an open-minded individual and likes to read spiritual books.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jessaka

    The Free Love Movement is Still Alive and Kicking She 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 at Rose’s house back in 1964. We mostly played with the Ou The Free Love Movement is Still Alive and Kicking She 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 at Rose’s house back in 1964. We mostly played with the Ouija board, and we even gave that up because it worked, and because it worked, it frightened us. I had said, “One of you must be moving this pointer. Let me do it on my own.” I picked up the plastic thermos bottle cup that we had been using for a pointer; the original had been lost long ago. There was no magnet in it or under the table. Nothing. The women put their hands aside, and I put my fingers over the cup, not touching it. I also kept my eyes opened. I asked a question, and the cup began to move. I kept my fingers over it, but then all the sudden it rushed out from under my hands and stopped at a letter and then turned so that the handle would point to a letter on the board. It had, in the time I was doing this, said, “Feed cat.” I decided to go home, and standing at the door was my then husband and our cat. We never played with the Ouija board again. 1980. I met some women who were into learning how to give psychic readings. They went to Heartsong in Berkeley, a school which taught you how to go into a trance and give psychic readings. I went with them. It was then that I began reading New Age books, many of them. They were only called New Age, the information was old. 1990s. I joined a yogic tradition, stayed a few years and left it for yet another, then I left that one after a few years and went to Buddhism, first Zen, then Tibetan Buddhism. Zen was peaceful, and it taught to do no harm. The Book Walsch sat at his desk with pen in hand, resting the pen on a piece of paper. He asked questions. He waited. And waited. The pen finally moved. It began to write, and it never stopped except for brief periods. Books poured out of Walsch, and he became rich and has many followers. The information produced came from Walsch’s head and from his heart, just as it had for the woman who I spoke of in my first paragraph. It did not come from God. His information also came from all the metaphysical books that he had read and from Christianity, Hinduism, and Buddhism, but very LOOSELY. I recognized them all. He took what he wanted from those books, just as those who had written books on metaphysics had. But there was always a twist to them, a few biblical scriptures thrown in; a few from Hinduism and Buddhism, but due to the twists the teachings were never the same. The prophets had got it wrong, the gurus had it all wrong as well, but Walsch now has it right. That is so wonderful to know. Finally, all of our questions have been answered. I learned a few things in just the four chapters that I had read: We are all God, just as the prophets had written. But his explanation had changed somewhat. God wished to become man, to know what it felt like to live in the flesh. So he created himself in the flesh of all. And now God learned what it was like to suffer, to feel joy, to even have sex and reproduce. It wasn’t man who suffered; it was God. God got his desires fulfilled by doing this. If man wanted out bad enough he could pray to God, and God would take away all of his suffering. Just like that. But why does man have to pray if he is God? Isn’t God tired of this suffering? I guess all my questions have not really been answered. Now we are back to the Bible or the Christians who believe that God answers all prayers if you are really sincere or are really God’s child. Then Walsch’s pen claimed that good and evil didn’t exist, even Hitler goes to heaven. Note: The Hindus always had always liked Hitler, but I am not sure why and don’t wish to look it up. Paramahansa Yogananda also liked Hitler and thought that he was a good person and that mankind was stupid and needed a dictator like Hitler. Then there is another thing: Hitler is important in the New Age Movement. The idea is that only an enlightened person could love Hitler, could forgive him, so they all speak of this love for him that they have, and Walsch put his foot in the door and joined them. What happens when man believes that there is no good or evil? Well, you can use your imagination. I can think of one thing: The Hindus and the Buddhists don’t literally help people unless it is to teach them meditation. Now, I realize that this is a generalization, but I have seen it all too often when I was in Hinduism and then in Buddhism, except to say that at least Thich Naht Hanh believed in helping those who suffered and sent money back to Vietnam in order to help the poor. So, now I was beginning to see where Walsch was going with all this. He was teaching a loving God, one who doesn’t punish. I will give him credit for that much. But I question as to whether his God loves. No loving God would desire to feel pain and suffering. No loving God would say that there is no right or wrong, because by believing this people end up hurting each other. And then Walsch put his pen to paper again and learned more about this God: He tells us that we misunderstood Yogananda, not in those words, but he claimed that Yogananda was a very high being, that he was enlightened, yet in another paragraph he said that any guru who tells disciples that they have to be celibate is not a true guru. But since Yogananda is a true guru in his eyes, his disciples got his message wrong. They didn’t understand what the guru was saying, that he didn’t really mean that disciples should be celibate. Yet, Yogananda put this teaching into his organization when he was alive. But I guess his disciples didn’t understand it. They didn’t get it that you could have sex with all and everyone you desired. Kind of like how many believe that Yogananda had done, only like all lamas and gurus these women and/or children were sworn to secrecy. So, I came to realize, when reading this book, that Walsch likes sex, lots of sex, and he wrote how we should never feel guilty about sex but should have sex with anyone and everyone we liked. And so he had sex with another woman other than his wife and got caught. But, hey, that is okay because there is no right and wrong. His wife wanted the experience of being hurt. Walsch is a hippy at heart, but even hippies learned that having multiple partners wasn’t so great after all. As one hippy told me, “I got burned out by all the sex.” And from here Walsch began talking about meditation, but then he said that the highest meditation was when it is combined with sex. So, now he is taking lessons from Tibetan Buddhism, a religion that Buddha did not teach. This teaching came from Tantric Hinduism and was introduced into Tibet in the 8th century. And the teaching is that you have ritualized sex during meditation, and that this is the only way to become enlightened. Even the Dalai Lama said that he couldn’t become enlightened because, and he literally grabbed his crotch as if to say, it doesn't work anymore. No sex with meditation, no enlightenment. And when I learned this about Tibetan Buddhism, I threw out my teacher’s lessons, told him off and left. And when I learned all of this in this book, I deleted it from my kindle. I once even burned all of Yogananda’s lessons in a garbage can. The only books that I had enough respect for to give away were my Zen Buddhist books. Why did I bother reading this much of this book? I saw that it was being read here and was curious why people liked it. But it didn’t take me long to see where it was going, and it was going off my kindle.

  3. 5 out of 5

    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 “He” referring to God, please read “He/She”; it’s lab 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 “He” referring to God, please read “He/She”; it’s laborious for me to keep writing “He/She”. There is no devil. (God talked about this in Book 1.) “The biggest mistake people make in human relationships is to be concerned for what the other is wanting, being, doing, or having. Be concerned only for the Self.” “The highest choice for the Self becomes the highest choice for another when the Self realizes that there is no-one else.” God always gives us what is best for us. He is the Light and “the darkness that creates the Light, and makes it possible”. He is “the Goodness Without End, and the ‘Badness’ which makes the ‘Goodness’ good.” He cannot experience any part of His Self without experiencing all of his Self. God is imagined to be all good, so we deny half of Him. Bad is necessary so that one can choose the Good. God is the “Magnificent Everything”, who is seeking to know Himself experientially, and He does this through us and through everything else that exists. He cannot choose to be magnificent unless there is something to choose from. Thus “Some part of Me must be less than magnificent for Me to choose the part of Me which is magnificent”. He has carefully created which He Is Not in order to experience What He Is, yet He is everything He creates, therefore He Is in a sense What He Is Not. People believe that they need to have a thing, then do a thing and they will be a thing, e.g. happy. But in actual fact we need to begin by being happy, or whatever, and then we will find that what we are doing leads to having what we want. “Act as if you are (something), and you will draw it to you.” Parents are the wrong people to raise children, as they lack experience, “Child raising was meant to be an activity of the elders, whose minds are well-developed and strong.” In most advanced races and societies elders raise, nurture and train the offspring, and pass on to them the wisdom, teachings and traditions of their kind. We have become a “youth-worshipping, elder-dismissing” society. People are required to retire from their jobs just when they could really do the company some good. “Separation from God and from each other is the cause of all your dysfunctions and suffering.” “Act as if you were separate from nothing, and no-one, and you will heal your world tomorrow.” The purpose of our soul is to be and express Who We Really Are. Our soul is the tool through which God expresses and experiences Himself. There have been none higher than Jesus Christ but others have been equally as high. “God is in every flower, every rainbow, every star in the heavens, and everything in and on every planet rotating around every star.” His Beingness is in everything. There is nothing that He is Not, and something He is Not cannot be. Again, He explains, “My purpose in creating you – was so that I might have an experience of Myself as the Creator of my Own Experience.” God reminds us that time does not exist, as He apparently also explained in Book 2. Everything is happening at once. “If Satan exists, he exists as every thought you ever had of separation from Me. You cannot be separate from Me, for I Am All That Is.” God and we are One. After “death” the soul learns it can go anywhere with the speed of thought. It can be in several places at once. We should only think of good and righteous things, and not on negativity and darkness. Whatever we think of is what we create and experience, though there is a time lapse between thought and creation. There is no time but now and no place but here. God repeats things over and over so that we better can take them in. Everything that occurs is the outward physical manifestation of our innermost “thoughts, choices, ideas and determinations.” He tells us that after death we will “instantly and automatically be surrounded by beings of high consciousness – and by high consciousness itself”. Though Hell does not exist, people can experience it. After death you will experience exactly what you expect and choose to experience. (That’s good, because I choose to go into the Light.) We are told that we may return to the One and experience the loss of our individual Self whenever it pleases us. There is no separation between us and anything we desire, God never says No. (This is what Esther Hicks’ Abraham tells us, too.) But He cannot give us what we do not believe we may have because the Law says so. If we “submit to the creations of the collective consciousness” we will quickly move into “--- total peace, total joy, total awareness, and total love” which is the consciousness of the Collective, Then we will become one with the Oneness. We are all One. That is what was meant by “Whatsoever ye do unto the least of these --- ye do unto me.” There is no such thing as right or wrong. A person who ends his own life is not punished by God – “I do not punish. I love.” When we accept something we are placed in control of it. You cannot control what you deny, for you have said it is not there. The soul is everywhere. It is larger than the body and carries the body within it. The soul holds us together, just as the soul of God contains the Universe, and holds it together. There is no such thing as good or evil – all there is is love. There is only one Being and hence, only One Soul. And there are many souls in the One Being. God says, “You deny your own greatness as you deny the existence of Me in you.” Loving everyone full out is the most joyful thing you can do. God is not for or against anything. “You are Love, I am Love, and there is nothing which is not Love.” God says: “I am you, and you are Me, and we shall never be separated, ever, because that is not possible.” Nothing happens against the will of God. It is not possible for one soul to affect another against its will. There are no victims and no villains. You have an internal voice telling you always of your highest choice. This is God’s voice. God informs us in detail about highly evolved beings (HEBs) living on other planets. God gives Neale/us a tool by which to change his/our consciousness – Act as if we were all one. We should see everyone as ourselves, just having a difficult time. Then start acting as though there were enough. God is a work in progress, as are we. We can see every problem as a blessing, and every perpetrator as an angel. There are three basic wisdoms: 1) We are all One. 2) There’s enough. 3) There’s Nothing we have to do. For those, if any, that have bothered to read this lengthy review, or part of it, I hope that I have contributed to increasing your understanding about God et alia, and have inspired you to read this valuable volume. Reading the book will help you to become better persons and to create a better world.

  4. 4 out of 5

    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.

  5. 4 out of 5

    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, how could I not read on? Many of these other inh 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, how could I not read on? Many of these other inhabited planets have highly evolved civilisations and I found the descriptions of these societies absolutely mesmerising! HEBs communicate absolutely truthfully and telepathically (in fact, you can tell how evolved a society is by its dependance or otherwise on words for communication); there is no concept of ownership or loss; they share everything they have; and their children set their own curriculum at school. A key part of these societies is observing fully and acknowledging the truth of their observations, something we don't do. We see what is happening, but then we choose to ignore or deny it, because profits would suffer etc. Although I was fascinated by what I was reading, I was also somewhat discouraged to see just how far we are from realising this kind of society on Earth (compared to the HEBs, I felt like we were ants crawling around on the ground, whilst they soared like eagles above us). But by the end, the overriding emotion was one of inspiration, because I had been shown the possibility of a different, far more fulfilling existence, where everyone's experience of life can be a fair and joyful one. The book also discusses/revisits topics such as death, psychic power, reincarnation, the nature and location of the soul, marriage, and the lack of chance or accident in everyday life (i.e. nothing happens by chance, it is all intentional, even if we can't see what the intention is). You can read this book in isolation, but I would recommend you read Book 1 and Book 2 first, because you will get more out of it if you do. All three books are remarkable and I applaud Neale for bravely challenging accepted theological doctrine and, thereby, releasing people from the fear of 'sin' and from being judged by a vengeful God. It's an uplifting and liberating message!

  6. 5 out of 5

    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's spiritual library! 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's spiritual library!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ella Roberts

    These books (Conversations With God 1, 2, 3) are the books that got me into spirituality, and that was the doorway to becoming me! I was fascinated by this series and felt a connection I had never felt to anything or anyone before. As a teenager who was at the time, looking for something to connect to this series of books really helped me!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Rado

    so far pretty amazing. i like this god.

  9. 5 out of 5

    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 books, and it couldn't have happened at a more pe 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 books, and it couldn't have happened at a more perfect time. I was at what I believe to be the most receptive at that time. You need to read this book with an open mind. Something happens to you and you get really mad and you lash out at God in some way. Who, at some point in their lives, hasn't had this happen? The author of the book was in a really bad place in his life and he was angry with God, so he let God know. He wasn't expecting what happened after that. God responded. Clearly and audibly. So the author wrote down what he heard, asked more questions, and kept writing. Those pages became this three part series. Don't wonder if you should or shouldn't read this book. You WILL read it when you are supposed to. And that may not be in this lifetime. This book is the third part in a three-part series. The first book focuses on some major issues humanity is facing today in their personal lives, spirituality, and how they function in today's world. The second book goes into a bit more detail, and this third book goes into more detail about more specific things like (don't laugh) life on other planets, more highly evolved beings (HEB's), and how we are treating our bodies and our environment. Everyone can learn something by reading this book (or the other 2). You really should start by reading the first in the series. The main message from "God" in the book is to remember Who You Are and Who You Choose To Be. If you make all your life decisions based on that idea you will lead a more fulfilled life. You will let go of all fear (False Evidence Appearing Real) and doubt because you will realize that they are the opposite of what God is. You will start to really LIVE andyou will enjoy it, all of it. The things you used to determine as "problems" will be seen as blessings. We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, rather we are spiritual beings having a human experience. God is with us all the time because he can't NOT be. He is everywhere, ALL the time. When we understand that, we can really let go and let God. There are many powerful messages to be received in this book, no matter your background, religious or not. It's powerful and life-transforming. I'd say that based on recent global events our species could use some inspiring, powerful words to change what we're doing because IT'S NOT WORKING! And if it ain't working, we need to FIX IT. It starts here, with this book series. http://bookdivareader.blogspot.com/

  10. 4 out of 5

    David Berg

    I do not recommend this book. This book will find you when you’re ready.

  11. 5 out of 5

    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 LOVE the messages of this book and all of the boo 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 LOVE the messages of this book and all of the books in the series. The dialogue gets a little much for me as it is very repetitive to help the author's understanding, and the author tends to sensationalize what God is saying, which I think does a disservice to the dialogue.

  12. 5 out of 5

    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. You just know that whether his theories are right 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. You just know that whether his theories are right or wrong, that this is the most fascinating read you will ever undertake. I will reveal more of my opinions when I review Book 4.

  13. 4 out of 5

    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. 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.

  14. 4 out of 5

    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 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

  15. 4 out of 5

    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! 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!

  16. 5 out of 5

    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. 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. flag 3 likes · Like  · see review View 1 comment Mar 02, 2016 Dimitris Hall rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition Shelves: favorites, eso-extranormal-spiritualism-occult, books-i-recommend, audiobook 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 death? Can God be insulted? What is the divine dich 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 death? Can God be insulted? What is the divine dichotomy (I love this concept)?Instead of the typical, monotheistic concept God we're used to who is worshiped as if He/She/It was a vengeful, entitled asshole, God here appears as the real deal, the creator full of compassion and love the Big Guy from the Bible is supposed to be, and it's incredibly refreshing. Next to this Creator, I can't believe what all kinds of mass religion crap is passed off as ultimate truth. There's just no comparison. It's staring at the sun on the one hand---impossible without looking away lest you go blind---and having one of the warm light LED lamps on the other.In fact, I can easily see pieces of Conversations with God be used 200 years from now in the same way the Bible is quoted today, with the difference that the former draws from profound sources and delivers meaning and advice that can be useful to people living in the 21st century instead of the trite, hollow, more traditionalist than insightful Old Testament passages that so often make their appearances in American media and try to pass themselves off as spiritual---and which frankly annoy me to no end.To drive the point home, even though I did thoroughly enjoy CwG#3 in audiobook format unlike the first two which I read on my Kindle, I must say I would recommend reading the books instead of listening to them. If audiobooks are your thing then the audio is also great, especially the fact that God was voiced by a woman as well as a man taking turns in the conversations. Τhe actors were excellent to boot---I imagined the male God as a cross between Morgan Freeman (damn movies!), Dumbledore and an aged Eddard Stark (what a sense of imagination! /s) and the female one as President Roslin from Battlestar Galactica. However, not being able to highlight incredible insights that appeared every other "page", it seemed, was a problem, and that alone would count as reason enough for me to actually get all three books in paperback---just to underline the hell out of them! Literally? Heheh.Deciding whether to give this four stars, as I did for #2, or five, as I did for #1, took me all of about 80 seconds. "Feck it", I decided. I've recommended this book already to pretty much everyone I've talked to about books with whom I share even a remote interest in spirituality or anything transcendental. At this point, that it's just more of the same, which was my main issue with #2, isn't a problem. While there's little really new "content" here, only reiterations of the same basic teachings, don't they say that repetition is the mother of knowledge?In case this review didn't manage to convey my enthusiasm and my belief that this book can only enrich your life in some way and that anyway you should definitely read Conversations with God, here are my respective ones for #1 and #2. flag 2 likes · Like  · see review Oct 01, 2019 Joseph Knecht rated it it was amazing 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 the Self becomes the highest choice for another whe 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 the Self becomes the highest choice for another when the Self realizes that there is no one else.-And you’re right. That’s exactly how it works. So when you want something, give it away. You will then no longer be "wanting” it. You will immediately experience "having” it.-Yet if you can remember this truth—your perspective creates your thoughts, and your thoughts create everything—and if you can remember it before you leave the body, not after, your whole life will change.-That is the point being made here. Those whose only desire is to know the eternal truth of All That Is, to understand the great mysteries, to experience the grandest reality, do so.-All of life is a meditation, in which you are contemplating the Divine. This is called true wakefulness, or mindfulness.-It is a matter of consciousness. And you have to raise consciousness before you can change consciousness.-None of this is really "real,” is it? No. You are living an illusion. This is a big magic show. And you are pretending that you don’t know the tricks—even though you are the magician. flag 2 likes · Like  · see review Feb 17, 2019 Alan Newton rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition 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 universe, and how those societies operate differently to li 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 universe, and how those societies operate differently to life on Earth. There are numerous messages around this that indicate our approach to life, our individuality and lack of respect for each other, the profit motive, and our treatment of the environment are all damaging. We believe we have evolved but, at some point, we have regressed, placing too much emphasis upon technology over our own innate capabilities. There is much to ponder here and much that strikes one as truth as we look at what we are doing to the world and nature, and - ultimately - how this is highly probable to lead to our demise, unless we take action. There is much to deliberate and ponder in the book, much that is said in very unique terms. flag 2 likes · Like  · see review Dec 02, 2012 James rated it it was ok 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 not that you might not be judged for the way you ju 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 not that you might not be judged for the way you judge others will be the same that you will be judged'All that am saying is that one should always be ware of all that is put before their eyes coz you might not know what is right from that which is wrong therefore i encourage all Christians to always seek God's guidance and help not only when in trouble/problems but also in times of not understanding what the truth is. Hebrews 4:6 says"my people are destroyed by the lack of knowledge". An by the way if you know the truth, the truth shall set you free. flag 2 likes · Like  · see review Jan 22, 2015 Fran Macilvey rated it it was amazing 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 familiar. Even so, there is a great deal to learn an 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 familiar. Even so, there is a great deal to learn and understand here, all of it liberating and joyous and filled with love: just my kind of book! Many people may say, 'What? A book written by/through God?' and dismiss it on that score. But I suggest you read it, and then decide whether the material it contains is helpful to you. This series remains on my shelf and I shall be re-reading them again. Fran Macilvey, author, 'Trapped: My Life with Cerebral Palsy' flag 2 likes · Like  · see review View 1 comment Mar 23, 2007 INFP rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: ny 1 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 emotions when mixed in different quantity etc. But don't 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 emotions when mixed in different quantity etc. But don't ever even try to read "What god wants" by Donald Welsh ^^ as that is the most stupid/shitty book u can ever come across......it's better to turn to the last page of the book nd read "God wants nothing" and hence save ur maybe $10....i was not smart enough though :( flag 2 likes · Like  · see review View 1 comment Sep 12, 2011 Victor Morais rated it really liked it Shelves: spirituality 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 explaining the Time Space Continuum concluding that ev 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 explaining the Time Space Continuum concluding that everything which you see and possess is not real. Amazing book to read. flag 2 likes · Like  · see review Apr 15, 2013 Laurent Videau rated it it was amazing Shelves: spirituality 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. flag 2 likes · Like  · see review Jan 20, 2019 Iclirius rated it it was amazing quite more complex that previous, still give a lot to thing. flag 2 likes · Like  · see review Mar 30, 2020 Austėja rated it it was amazing The most fulfilling trilogy I will come back to again and again. flag 2 likes · Like  · see review May 01, 2020 Angelina Werner rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites Wow flag 1 like · Like  · see review Jul 28, 2020 Sonia189 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition Shelves: in-portuguese, books-i-own This is book #3 of the set where the author has a conversation with God about many subjects.I think the message is quite an amazing one and the ideas debated seem very appropriated to what we, humans, could do about the fate of our lives and our planet.The problem is that some concepts seem a little confusing and although I enjoyed this volume more than the previous one, it still feels less easier to accept and understand than what was presented on the first volume.Although, in such a cynical wo This is book #3 of the set where the author has a conversation with God about many subjects.I think the message is quite an amazing one and the ideas debated seem very appropriated to what we, humans, could do about the fate of our lives and our planet.The problem is that some concepts seem a little confusing and although I enjoyed this volume more than the previous one, it still feels less easier to accept and understand than what was presented on the first volume.Although, in such a cynical world as ours, the steps to make our lives more in communion with ourselves, with other people, with God and whatever else we might believe in, don't seem to be realistic. There are too many people not wanting to change for the change to be possible. flag 1 like · Like  · see review Jun 12, 2019 D rated it liked it Book 1 and 2 were enlightening. Most of book 3 was a repetition of the first two. flag Like  · see review Oct 01, 2009 Jennifer rated it it was ok 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. flag 1 like · Like  · see review « previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 next »

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