Embarking on the Journey - Keeping body and soul together

Following is the third installment of an extended series of commentaries. Over the next three weeks Neale Donald Walsch offers deep insight on the nature of life and the reason it is the way it is. This week Neale’s topic is: 

Embarking on the Journey - Keeping body and soul together

I said in this space last week that I would next discuss the reason for our temporary and selective amnesia during our life on Earth; the reason that we have to forget who we are in order to remember...

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A Letter to Neale

Dear Neale,

On page eighty-two of
CwGBook 2, God says, “When you think of someone, if that person is sensitive enough, he or she can feel it.” I am one of those people who can feel it. I was very relieved to read those words, as never before have I had an explanation for the “feelings.” If I ever tried to talk to anyone about it I would usually just get a blank stare. Now I know I’m not crazy, just “sensitive.” I am looking for more information about...

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Finding Joy in Life - It's not about meeting the needs of your body...

The following is the second installment of an extended series of commentaries. Over the next four weeks Neale Donald Walsch offers deep insight on the nature of life and the reason it is the way it is. This week Neale’s topic is:

Finding Joy in Life - It's not about meeting the needs of your body...

If you believe that life has anything to do -- anything at all -- with the needs or goals or accomplishments of your body, then you haven't understood anything at all about the purpose of...

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A Letter to Neale

Dear Neale,

I’ve been working at a couple of restaurants for several years now, and have become very dissatisfied with the restaurant industry here. I’m very attracted to alternative therapies, from massage, nutrition and yoga to transpersonal psychology, pastoral counseling, and herbs. I want a career change! I don’t know which of the above I should choose. I don’t ever seem to get an answer to my question in meditation, so could you ask God which is best for me, and...

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A Letter to Neale

Dear Neale,

Your weekly bulletins are such an important part of my life.  You bring me back to myself in each and every one, and given the last two years that I've had, I can't tell you how needed your words have been.

I have lost seven very special people to me in the past eighteen months--my young father, two best friends who were in their forties, and other special people who seemed to me to die before their time. Each week, when your bulletins come I am reminded of my own truth, of...

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The Time of Your Life - A Blink of God's Eye and it's Gone...

My dear friends...

The following is the first installment of an extended series of commentaries. Over the next five weeks Neale Donald Walsch offers deep insight on the nature of life and the reason it is the way it is. This week Neale’s topic is:

It seems like a long time to us (sometimes)...and sometimes it seems like the shortest time you can imagine...but to the Universe it is a split second.

Do you know how old the Universe is? You can't even comprehend how old it is. You can't...

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Neale Talks About Courage

My dear friends...

It takes an enormous amount of courage to get through life. I never realized that it did, but it does. I mean, when I was young, it didn't seem to me that life required bravery, in particular. Determination, perhaps. Stick-to-it-iveness, perhaps. A lot of tolerance for older people who didn't understand anything at all, perhaps. But not necessarily a whole bunch of bravery.

I was wrong.

As soon as I found out what life was really all about -- which wasn't until I was...

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A Letter to Neale

Dear Neale,

If we are creating our realities by our thoughts, words and actions, what about the victims of brutal crimes, senseless slaughters/mutilations? Do those people choose to die that way?

Alfreda, PA


Neale Responds

My friend,

You have asked a very fair and penetrating question. And the issue is even larger than you have stated it. For it is not only a matter of our intentions and choices, but of God’s. I mean, is it God’s will (even if it is not ours) that these...

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Neale Talks About Stepping Out of Your Story

My dear friends...

Each of us has a "story" that we're living. It is the story that we tell ourselves (and others) about who we are and how we got to be this way and how we wish life to be from now on. Every time we get our feelings hurt, or find ourselves disappointed in something that someone else has done or said (or not done or not said), we are getting into our "story." Every time we set ourselves up with expectations or requirements (of ourselves or others), we are getting into our...

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A Letter to Neale

Dear Neale:

How does one stay in touch with current events without losing one’s center, one’s place of peace? So much news is excitable hype aimed at titillating the viewer and improving the network ratings. Naturally, death and violence top the list of what is deemed to be “news the people want.” I feel like I have to meditate before and after the news. I’m sure it’s an inner thing, a filter of sorts to detach from getting caught up in manipulative...

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