Neale Donald Walsch, author of Conversations with God, which has sold millions of copies across the world, is one of the contributors of The Light: A Book of Wisdom.
Here are a couple of excerpts from Neale’s chapter:
“When I asked God what it would take for me get to the place I so deeply yearned for, He laughed and said, “Neale, I get that you still think your life is about you, but your life doesn’t have anything to do with you. It doesn’t now, it never did and it never will. On the other hand, if you are clear that I sent you here in a state of utter perfection and it is only you who have imagined you not to be in that state, then you will move through the world no longer concerned about you at any level. In fact, your only concern will be for all those whose lives you touch. You will, therefore, give to another which you have sought to obtain for yourself.”
“The Soul is the shining of the Light of God in the individual expression of divinity that we experience as ourselves. If we hide our Light under a bushel, if we do not let the soul’s Light shine, if we do not seek to intentionally and deliberately access the Light that lives within us, we will live in darkness. That does not mean we will be bad people nor have horrible experiences. It simply means we will walk through our lives as if we are blindfolded or at the very least like a horse with blinders on.”
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Neale’s Homecoming Event
In mid 2009 Neale Donald Walsch made a promise to himself that he would no longer travel as much as he had during the prior decade—which had escalated to the point where he was gone 32 weeks out of the year. Yet he wanted to continue to spread the teaching of Conversations with God to many people.
So he created several outreach programs whereby he could stay at home and continue to keep the message flowing. These activities include Spiritual Renewal Retreats every year and the CwG Spiritual Mentoring Program. Each has its own purpose, its own agenda, format and process.
The latest of these programs, called The Homecoming, offers Neale a chance to sit down with people in a way that is unlike any other. It is extremely informal with no rigid format or agenda.
It is an open-ended discussion with a handful of people (never more than 12, most often less), which takes place twice a year in Neale’s own home in Ashland, Oregan.
The next Homecoming Programs will take place from May 15-19, 2013. For more information or to register CLICK HERE: