Conversations with God Book 1 & 2 – Neal Donald Walsch

Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1 (1995) Conversations With God : An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 2 (1997)

I first read Conversations with God Book 1 in 2001.

Returning to work this year, and having a 50 min train trip to and fro, I have taken the opportunity to re-read CWG Books 1 & 2.

The CWG books don’t include much evidence to support the afterlife, but if you believe, then the CWG books are a great beginners resource to understand it all. (A more advanced resource would be the Alice Bailey Books, which I have read, and only somewhat understand.)

I HIGHLY, HIGHLY recommend the Whole CWG series.

Visit the cwg.org website.

See my other posts on Neal Donald Walsch

I finished re-reading CWG books 1 & 2 on the 17 Jan 2019.

 
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All Conversations with God – Neal Donald Walsch

Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1 (1995)


Conversations With God : Book 2 (1997)
Conversations With God : Book 3 (1998)
Friendship with God (1999)
Communion with God (2000)
Conversations with God for Teens (2001)
The New Revelations (2002)
Tomorrow’s God (2004)
Home with God (2006)
Conversations With God : Awaken the Species : Book 4 (2017)

I first read Conversations with God : an uncommon dialogue Book 1 in 2001. I then proceeded read to books 2 & 3 and the rest of the series as it was published.

I saw Neale give a talk in Auckland Feb 2002.

I went to the Inaugural Humanity’s Team Leadership Gathering in Portland June 2003.
I am a member of New Zealand’s Humanity’s Team and look after the HTNZ website. www.humanitysteam.org.nz

I guess you can realise from the above that I found the whole Conversations with God series to be very valuable. I would give this 7 stars, but I have already jumped from a 5 star to a 6 star scale when I wanted to give something else a better rating.
I recommend the Conversations with God series to everyone.
The books cover a huge range of subjects, and present lots in food for thought and many different ways of looking at the world and our role in it.