Neale Donald Walsch Teaches Readers To Recreate Their Lives For An Improved Future

Neale Donald Walsch is a writer of self improvement books who is most recognized for his series, "Conversations With God."

Walsch relates that during a time of frustration with his life, he wrote a letter to God, pleading to know why his life was such a mess. Walsch claims he heard God speak in reply and conversations began that developed into a series of books.

Some of the books were written in question and answer format as Neale Donald Walsch asked questions of God, and other books were written by Walsch alone in an attempt to further explain God's replies.

 Walsch explains his books are inspirations from God rather than being channeled.

Background Of Neale Donald Walsch

Neale Donald Walsch was born on September 10, 1943 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Walsch was raised in the Catholic faith and was a seeker of spiritual truth from a young age.

Walsch had a variety of jobs as an adult and in the 1990s, he experienced hard times that changed his life. He lost his possessions in a fire, broke his neck in a car accident, lost his job, and ended his marriage. He found himself alone, surviving in a tent and collecting aluminum cans so he could buy food to eat.

During this time, he became quite despondent, and began writing as a way to deal with his depression and find answers to life. During one of those writing sessions, "Conversations With God" was born.

Neale Donald Walsch And "Conversations With God"

"Conversations With God" became a phenomenal best seller. It was on the New York Times Bestseller List 135 weeks.

Six other books by Neale Donald Walsch also made it to the Times bestseller list. His books based on Conversations with God have sold in the millions of copies and been translated into 37 different languages.

Neale Donald Walsch wrote nine books with him asking questions of God that touched on all aspects of personal growth and the human condition.

The books were not meant to be prophetic, but the topics did include politics, the environment, and the future of mankind. The books recommended certain economic and social changes to be made by mankind to protect the future of the earth and its inhabitants.

The books also offered self improvement advice for dealing with life's difficulties and enhancing spiritual growth.

Books By Neale Donald Walsch

• "Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue" (Book 1) (1996) In this book, Neale Donald Walsch asked personal questions of God that helped readers understand why life is filled with adversity and what could be done to live a happier and more fulfilling existence.

• "Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue" (Book 2) (1997) This book goes beyond offering personal self improvement advice and focuses more on global and political issues and the problems faced by society.

• "Meditations from Conversations With God, Book 2: A Personal Journal" (1997) This is a book of meditations designed to help create a new world filled with peace and hope by changing one person at a time.

• "The Little Soul and the Sun: A Children's Parable Adapted from Conversations With God" (1998) This book by Neale Donald Walsch is targeted towards children to help them understand the concept that love is all there is. The book teaches there is no absolute evil or good, but that all is love.

• "Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue" (Book 3) (1998) In this book, Neale Donald Walsch continues his questions of God. This time he explores the nature of God and the universe and covers topics such as aliens and souls.

More and more books are also becoming available as ebooks and audibles.

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• "Neale Donald Walsch on Relationships" (1999) In this book, Walsch offers self improvement advice as it relates to relationships with other people and the world in general. He explores why we have relationship issues and offers ways to develop strong and loving ones that nurture growth.

• "Neale Donald Walsch on Holistic Living" (1999) This book offers readers tips on how to live a holistic life as part of a whole that includes the planet and other people.

• "Neale Donald Walsch on Abundance and Right Livelihood" (1999) This book is a transcript of a workshop on abundance given by Walsch. In it, he addresses the drudgery of work and why we experience lack. Walsch offers advice on living life more abundantly and teaches readers how to open to receiving what the universe and God have to offer.

• "Friendship with God: An Uncommon Dialogue" (1999) Neale Donald Walsch describes how he grew up fearing God and his retribution. In this book, he presents the idea that we should form a friendship with God rather than fear him.

• "Questions and Answers on Conversations With God" (1999) This book contains some of the many questions Neale Donald Walsch received from readers of his "Conversations With God" series of books. Walsch attempts to answer as many questions as he can so readers can better grasp his message.

• "The Wedding Vows from Conversations With God" (2000) These are the vows used by Neale Donald Walsch and his wife during their wedding and they are offered in this work for readers to use.

• "Bringers of the Light" (2000) This is one of the actionable self improvement books by Neale Donald Walsch. It is based upon the concept of recreating oneself anew and it contains steps and exercises for achieving that goal.

• "Communion With God: An Uncommon Dialog" (2000) Neale Donald Walsch uses this book to speak to readers as the voice of God. This is a departure from the usual question and answer style of many of Walsch's other books that include quotes from God.

• "Moments of Grace" (2001) This book was republished with the title, "When God Steps In Miracles Happen." It is a collection of stories sent to Neale Donald Walsch by the readers of his books that tell how God worked miracles in their lives.

• "The New Revelations: A Conversation with God" (2002) Neale Donald Walsch reveals his revelations in this book on how mankind can assure itself of a better future on a planetary scale. He also touches on how individuals can rise above depression and defeat to recreate themselves and impact the world in the process.

• "Tomorrow's God: Our Greatest Spiritual Challenge" (2004) Neale Donald Walsch reveals to readers what lies in store for the future of humanity and our spiritual natures. He explains mankind in the future will have a different type of spirituality that will connect humans with the divine without condemnation of alternative beliefs.

• "What God Wants: A Compelling Answer to Humanity's Biggest Question" (2005) This spiritually empowering book provides readers with an explanation of what God wants from us as understood by Neale Donald Walsch.

• "The Little Soul And The Earth: A Children's Parable Adapted From Conversations With God" (2005) In this illustrated book, Neale Donald Walsch offers children and adults a story about a little soul that was asked by God to return to earth to discover who he really is.

• "The Complete Conversations with God" (2005) This is a gift set that includes the first three books in the "Conversations With God" series. It was published on the tenth anniversary of the publication of book one.

• "Meditations from Conversations With God" (2005) This is a compilation of profound thoughts and touching quotes from the series of "Conversations With God" books.

• "Home with God: In a Life That Never Ends" (2006) In this book, Neale Donald Walsch explores the topic of death and the afterlife. He touches on concepts that most of humanity grapples with and offers comfort and hope concerning what lies beyond our lives on earth.

• "Happier Than God: Turn Ordinary Life into an Extraordinary Experience" (2008) Walsch tells readers they were meant to be happy and life shouldn't be a struggle. He uses this book to provide self help tips for creating a life filled with happiness.

• "When Everything Changes, Change Everything: In a Time of Turmoil, a Pathway to Peace" (2009) Neale Donald Walsch uses this book to offer uplifting hope and comfort to readers suffering with loss of some sort such as death, divorce, unemployment, or other life tragedies.

• "The Conversations with God Companion: The Essential Tool for Individual and Group Study" (2009) This guidebook to the "Conversations With God" series contains study questions and exercises that can be used in study groups or alone to deepen understanding of the concepts Walsch presents.

• "The Storm Before the Calm" (2011) This timely book by Neale Donald Walsch addresses the changes affecting humanity as we approach December 2012. Walsch explains how upheaval, political unrest, and climate change were predicted to occur during this time and he offers a way for humanity to rise above the fray and renew itself in a new world of peace and love.

• "The Mother of Invention: The Legacy of Barbara Marx Hubbard and the Future of YOU" (2012) In this book, Neale Donald Walsch departs from his usual writing style and instead tells the life story of Barbara Marx Hubbard beginning when she is 80 years old in 2012 and working back through her life. He uses her story, revelations, and understandings to inspire readers and promote their spiritual growth.

Neale Donald Walsch And His Work

In addition to being a prolific writer of self help books, Neale Donald Walsch is a popular speaker. He holds workshops and retreats in cities all around the world.

He formed the CWG Foundation so he could spread his message to individuals, church groups, and prisons.

He promotes the idea that people need to become the change they wish to see in the world. He teaches people how to recreate themselves in their best state in order to improve their lives and to make a better earth for all living creatures.



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