Posts tagged Neale Donald Walsch
By Jerry Lopper
What is Fear?
The American Heritage Dictionary defines fear as a feeling of agitation and anxiety caused by the presence or imminence of danger. You and I know fear as a cold chill, nausea, racing heartbeat, cold sweat, and a tension or tightness throughout the body. These symptoms result from the body’s natural reaction to threat, with preparations for fight or flight.
Perhaps what we don’t realize is that fear is always about a future event. Even the fear one feels from an immediate threat is a projection that the threat will More >
1) Humans believe that God needs something.
2) Humans believe that God can fail to get what He needs.
3) Humans believe that God has separated them from Him because they have not given Him what He needs.
4) Humans believe that God still needs what He needs so badly that God now requires them, from their More >
The Real Story Of The Little Engine That Could by: Geela
Gone are the days when self-publishing was synonymous with self-defeat. Authors such as Deepak Chopra, Mark Victor Hansen and Neale Donald Walsch, originally self-published successfully before selling their books to major publishers (in order to gain even wider distribution) so we now know that self-published books can match and even surpass the quality and the success of books released by the major publishers. As such they deserve serious consideration. And while the small press may not enjoy the same level of resources as the large More >
Do I Hafta Grow UP? by: Gary K. Robertson
They are unfinished business from childhood.
In several decades of working in the mental health field, I’ve learned that when people look for help, the most common areas are: relationships, career, and personal performance. Specifically, they are issues like self-esteem, fears of being abandoned, insecurities, dependencies, being controlled by others, and never getting to the point of deciding who we want to be when we grow up.
What I’ve found most useful is to look at the groupings of client issues as related to specific challenges we all began More >
People often ask me what are the most important things that I have gotten from the Conversations with God material.
I think the most important thing I have gotten out of the books was a deep sense of God‘s abiding love. I have learned in an extraordinary way of God‘s unremitting, unconditional love and total acceptance of us… even the worst of us. This came through to me even as I was “writing” the books by the bare fact that I was writing them. I mean, by the earthly standards of many people (including my own), I am the last person who deserves to More >
by: Neale Donald Walsch
From Conversations with God, Book 2, pgs. 173-171-172,174:
“Yes, Shall I say it again? A shift of consciousness.
The change that must be made can be made only in the hearts of men…
You must stop seeing God as separate from you, and you as separate from each other. The only solution is the Ultimate Truth; nothing exists in the Universe that is separate from anything else. Everything is intrinsically connected, More >
There is no better place to be than Fed Up. That’s the place of new beginnings. That’s the place of letting go. That’s the place of “giving up.” You are giving up what’s been going on so far, and getting ready to create a new reality.
I know with all the talk of war and terror levels and how shall we respond, what is the answer, it’s not so difficult to feel like giving up. If you feel like giving up, I’d like you to consider giving up one more thing; I’d like you to give up your idea that you can’t find an answer.
I’m here to tell you that you can.
Use Your Imagination to Create the Self You Want by: Gerri D Smith
“Every prayer – every thought, every statement, every feeling -is creative. To the degree that it is fervently held as truth, to that degree will it be made manifest in your experience.”
Using your mind as a blank sheet of paper gives you the chance to create new goals, and to reach for new heights. A blank page gives you an More >
With the current interest in secrets about the power of thought, it might be useful to take a look at where the power really comes from. Certainly, thoughts are powerful as a locomotive. But emotions are the fuel to get the train out of the station and down the tracks.
Another element that often gets overlooked is quality of thinking. True power within our thoughts derives directly from quality of our consciousness. So, how good is our thinking about the power of thought if we are thinking too simplistically?
I like to use the More >
- We are all one.
- There’s enough.
- There’s nothing we have to do.
- Ours is not a better way, ours is merely another way.
Existence is essentially non dual in nature. At the highest level there is no separation between anything and there is only one of us; there is only God, and everything is God. The second statement, following from the first, means that we, in this seeming existence, lack nothing and if we choose to realize it, we have enough of More >