Neale Donald Walsch on God, Relationships, Mental Illness, Fear, Abundance, Career + Death

May 18th, 2017

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Neale Donald Walsch on God, Relationships, Mental Illness, Fear, Abundance, Career + Death - 5 Minute Taster

May 13th, 2017

This is a 5-Minute Taster of the full interview. The full interview will be broadcasted in a few days. 

Neale tells us:

✓ How the Purpose of a Relationship is to give and Experience Who You Really Are

✓ How One of the Illusions of Humanity is the Idea that Need Exists

✓ How We Are Demonstrating in the World Right Now, that We Have Forgotten Who We Really Are

✓ Why We Keep Forgetting there is Nothing More Important than Your State of Consciousness and Your Connection with God

✓ How Once You Know that You Cannot Cease to Exist, You No Longer Have any Fear of Death

✓ Why Some People Are Living in Joyfulness and Others Are Not

✓ And How To Know What Your Calling in Life is. 

Neale Donald Walsch was born into a Polish American family, and brought up as a Roman Catholic by parents who encouraged his quest for spiritual truth. He informally studied comparative theology for many years. He says it would be inaccurate to describe his books as having been channelled, but rather, that they are inspired by God, “even as other authors, artists, composers and poets throughout human history have been inspired by God.” He says that he could hear God talking to him as if God stood right beside him, and that he hoped the messages he received can help a person relate to God from a modern perspective.

The God in his books, for example, says that “there is nothing you have to do.” This does not mean that there is nothing that you will do in your life, but that there is nothing you are required to do. Walsch believes in a God who is non-judgmental, unconditionally loving, and in no way “other than,” or separate from us.

Walsch's vision is an expansion and unification of all present theologies to render them more relevant to our present day and time. He founded Humanity's Team, a spiritual movement whose purpose is to communicate and implement CWG’s New Spirituality messages --- particularly that we are all one with God and one with life, in a shared global state of being. This state is experienced, Walsch argues, by the simple act of helping other people: “The fastest way to experience anything in your life --- love, companionship, understanding, patience, wisdom, etc. --- is to be the cause of other people experiencing it.” He says his Conversations with God encouraged him to “Be The Source of that which you wish to receive.” This, he says, is simply a contemporary rephrasing of the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have it done unto you.

Media appearances by Neale Donald Walsch include many widely viewed television programs, such as Larry King Live on CNN and The TODAY Show on NBC. A film was made about his life, called Conversations with God, directed by Stephen Simon and starring Henry Czerny. His has appeared in movies and documentary films, including an acting role as the male lead in Indigo (directed by Stephen Simon), and as writer and narrator of the documentary, iGOD. Other film appearances include:

Awake in the Dream (2012 film) • Living in Light (video documentary) (2012) • 3 Magic Words (documentary) (2010) • Tapping the Source (documentary) (2010) • Follow the Rainbow to Findhorn (video documentary) (2010) • Infinity: The Ultimate Trip – Journey Beyond Death (documentary) (2009) • One Giant Leap 2: What About Me? (video documentary) (2008) • 9am with David & Kim (TV series) (2007 – Episode dated April 6, 2007) • The Secret (2006 film)

He is the author of nine books in the Conversations with God dialogue series. They are: Conversations With God (Books 1–4), Friendship with God, Communion with God, The New Revelations, Tomorrow's God, and Home with God in a Life That Never Ends.

Described by some as a modern-day spiritual messenger, his work has touched the lives of millions. He has written twenty-nine other books on contemporary spirituality in the twenty five years since he reported having an experience in which he felt the presence of The Divine, began writing questions to God on a yellow legal pad, and received answers in a process that he describes as exactly like taking dictation. The nine-part Conversations with God series that emerged has been published in every major language of the world.

Mr. Walsch has told his readers and the media—which has brought global attention to his experience—that everyone is having conversations with God all the time, and that the question is not: To whom does God talk? The question is: Who listens?

He says his whole life has been changed as a result of his own decision to listen. He took notes on the questions in his heart and the answers he was receiving, so that he would always remember his exchanges with Deity. It wasn't until later that he realized he was being invited to place these words into the world, as one of many throughout history who have made their very best effort to hear and to articulate God's messages.

He knows that everyone is receiving these messages, and invites all people everywhere to both share them and live them as best they can, for Neale believes the world would change overnight if only a fraction of its people embraced what he has been told is God’s most important message of all: You’ve got me all wrong

This interview was conducted by Micheál O’Mathúna who is a Journalist, Author, Filmmaker, Media Relations Consultant and Radio Show presenter. He also conducts one-to-one coaching, group coaching and delivers transformative workshops in various areas of health and wellbeing.