Neale Talks About Spiritual Impatience…

My dear friends...

The Second Major Step on the Path to Self Awareness is Enlargement.   The 3 minor steps leading to Enlargement are: stopping, starting, and sustaining.

My experience has been that once Contentment is achieved, the soul yearns for more of that experience.   It wishes to have a larger encounter with, and a grander expression of, the True Self.

This feeling arises not out of a lack of contentment, but rather, out of an appreciation of it.   The word...

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Neale Talks About Spiritual Growth…

My dear friends...

Contentment is a great place to me.   Many people spend their entire lives seeking to be there.   And when--or if--they reach a place of "contentment", they are willing to let things rest right there.   Getting to Contentment is enough for one lifetime.   It is more than enough.   It is truly an extraordinary achievement, and, truth be told, most people do not make it.

So why go on?   Why--in a sense--not be "content" with Contentment?

Well, of...

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A Letter to Neale


Reader Question:

Hi, Mr. Walsch,

I have read and been taught by metaphysical teachers that Karma plays a large part in the life we choose and the physical body we have chosen to live and experience our lessons through. Sometimes people are born blind or without limbs or other disfigurements because of some act they have done in the past to others to cause them to be blinded or lose limbs etc.

God says people act and do the things they do based on their view of their world, so is there no...

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Neale Talks About Getting Stuck

My dear friends...

Contentment is most often reached by the five-step process of abandonment, requirement, resentment, argument and discernment that we have discussed here before.  

On the road to Contentment it is possible to stop at any step along the way, and to remain stuck there. When this happens, that is as far as a person journeys along the path of personal and spiritual development in this lifetime.  

Some people remain at the first step, Abandonment, and never even venture...

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A Letter to Neale


Reader Question:

Hi!......

I'm a girl from Norway who just started reading the books and am overwhelmed by the power of the message. I joined the local CwG Center in Oslo, and our last meeting was very interesting. The topic for our discussion was "hope," and we had a LONG interesting discussion. But all of us wondered that it's almost not even mentioned in the books. So I wanted to ask -- what is HOPE to you?

Hugs, Guro


Neale Responds

Dear Guro…..

CwG says that there are three...

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A Letter to Neale


Reader Question:

Neale,

I need a badly needed prayer or two, and some deep encouragement. I have hit a very low point in my life. I am fighting a battle with Alcoholism, despair and deep depression.

I am totally broke, with only 40 cents left to my name, even though I have a full time job! My paycheck is getting smaller and smaller every other week. I find myself falling further behind on bills, and can barely afford to put gas into a 26 year old rusty car. I am no longer allowed to have...

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Neale Talks About the Road to Contentment

My dear friends...

There are four major steps on the Path to Self Awareness.   They are:

1. Contentment

2. Enlargement

3. Fulfillment

4. Attainment

That first step, Contentment, is not easy to reach.   Many people spend a lifetime trying to get there--and many never arrive.   Many people are simply never content with life.   No matter what's going on, there's something about it that's not okay.   No matter how much they have going for them, it's not quite enough....

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A Letter to Neale


Reader Question:

Dear Neale... I am from Iran. I wish can a little better speaking English. I am sorry.  Can I send very question are in mind with GOD and myself? Can you help me? Very very thanks for this position. Who I am with all bad's before? Can I conversation with you later?  I wish you can understand from this text.
with thanks.


Neale Responds

Dear Friend,

I have received your email and yes, you may certainly have a conversation with me.  Just send me another...

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Neale Talks About the Process of Self-Awareness

My dear friends...

The desire to attain self-awareness has been discussed and explored for thousands of years, yet in all my reading on this subject I have never been able to find a simple process, approach, or formula that allowed the average person to easily understand what is involved in that experience.  

Perhaps that writing exists and I have simply not come across it.   That is entirely possible. On June 15, 2006, however, in a small cafe in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, my...

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Neale Talks About Father's Influence

My dear friends...

Let me tell you a little story about the day my father died.

I knew that my father was not in the best of heath for some time. He was 83 years old and his health had been deteriorating, and so, his death was not a shock to me. When the call came and the voice on the other end said, "Neale, I'm sorry to have to tell you that your Dad has died," what I felt was not surprise, but great sadness--and a wave of panic. The sadness I understood, the panic I did not. It was a kind...

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