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To mark the tenth anniversary of the publication of Conversations with God, Book 1, all three of the most essential books in Neale Donald Walsch's seminal trilogy are brought together in one beautiful volume just in time for the gift-giving season.Conversations with God, Book 1 was the start of Neale Donald Walsch's ongoing dialogue with God. The trilogy contains the mostTo mark the tenth anniversary of the publication of Conversations with God, Book 1, all three of the most essential books in Neale Donald Walsch's seminal trilogy are brought together in one beautiful volume just in time for the gift-giving season.Conversations with God, Book 1 was the start of Neale Donald Walsch's ongoing dialogue with God. The trilogy contains the most essential truths and lessons for spiritual seekers, and these books are the bestselling of all the author's works. Featuring a new foreword by the author, printed throughout in two colors, and inserted in a fully enclosed full-color box, this remarkable book will be a Christmas gift to treasure....

Title : The Complete Conversations with God 3v: An Uncommon Dialogue
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The Complete Conversations with God 3v: An Uncommon Dialogue Reviews

  • Malcolm
    2019-05-08 07:17

    This book could almost make me believe in a personal God. At least this God is intelligent, even funny at times, and wise. He is not mean or in demand of our worship and submission. I recommend this book to anyone alienated from faith, as I am, and seeking to take a second look at the spiritual side.

  • Christine Pouliot-basnar
    2019-04-29 06:07

    OMG!! As a practicing Catholic for nearly 50 years, it was such a GIFT to read about the GOD of my heart versus the vengeful, task master, condemning God of the religion I still love. Neale put an actual personality to my God that I've loved and serve and showed me through His words that our God IS LOVE and acceptant and unconditional. Some might disagree with me but let me say this. I wish I would have read this book in the 1969's so I wouldn't have struggled so hard to try and understand my religion of an angry, vengeful, damning God. Reading this book allowed me the peace to love the God I've ALWAYS had in my heart, the God and Father I've always known to love me unconditionally. I've purchased several copies of this book for friends and family in the hopes that they too can read about our perfect, loving, HEAVENLY Father!! Great job Neale, your 'Conversations with God' has transformed my life!

  • Amanda
    2019-04-29 08:21

    I bought this some time ago and, to be honest, only read the first book. After that I couldn't read any more. I give this volume a 2-star rating, and here's why:My boyfriend and I watched the movie together. We saw it in Blockbuster and thought we'd give it a shot. Well, I liked the movie so much that I soon paid $26 for this volume so I could read the words for myself. I was excited... finally, to know what God himself is thinking! I got through the first book and got many headaches and heartaches along the way. This book was very much misrepresented in the movie, for starters. Secondly, it just was not at all what I was expecting. The basic message I got from this book was, "Do whatever you want, as long as it makes you happy. Everyone is going to Heaven anyway." (And Heaven isn't even that great, from what I understand.) It left me feeling that the greatest thing this world -- and the next -- has to offer is temporary happiness. Is that it? Even ferrets are capable of temporary happiness. I thought we were destined for so much more.In addition, it made God out to be some guy who just doesn't seem to care about the people he created. Sure, he doesn't want them to suffer, and wants them to be happy, but it's not much deeper than that. He doesn't care about what we do or why we do it, or even if we have a relationship with him. As long as we have a good time, learn a few things, and be happy.So really, I did learn one thing from reading this book. It's just a book, like any other, and if I'm looking for God, he can't be found in a book. Everyone thinks they have the answer. Many people claim that God speaks to them -- yet it's always something different from each person.So why not give this book only one star instead of two? Honestly, because so many people have at least accepted the idea of God from reading this book. Accepting that there is a God is a very good first step. Hopefully, people will eventually be led to a greater idea of God than what this book has to offer.

  • MizzSandie
    2019-05-11 07:21

    These books were part in turning my life around and speaks to my soul (read my review under Coversations with God #1),Since reading 'Conversations with god' I've discovered several other books, speaking the same Truth, in different forms, but this book is like a first lover, one that will always have a special place in my heart.These books speak of a God, or power, or whatever you wish to call it, that is not just wise, but also funny. One that doesnt judge or condemn, but one that is always near, and always willing to help. The kind of God I have always believed in.

  • Joyce
    2019-04-28 03:01

    The first time I felt like I could have a functional relationship with God was after reading this book.

  • Janet Roberts
    2019-05-16 03:14

    I've read 7 of Neal Donald Walsch's books, and heard him speak 3 times when he's visited England. Of all the many spiritual books I've read these are the ones that resonate with me and make the most sense. Highly recommended

  • Marty Ritz
    2019-05-18 04:12

    If you're a religious fundamentalists, then these truths may be outside your will to accept, but not outside your capacity to embrace. Don't be limited by beliefs you were once told in the past were the only truth then were neglected to be challenged without question. Think for yourself! These books make a lot of sense, but only if one drops their present belief system which automatically labels everything counter it as "wrong". If you're looking for truth, then challenge your beliefs. If you're looking to be "right", then go on believing your beliefs are true just because you agreed to believe them. This book makes sence, but only if the road you follow extends from your inner truth and is lit from the light of your common sense. Don't follow a belief system blindly, discern the truth in the path as you lead. Inner wisdom (which everyone shares) has always been the source of books, not the other way around. This book will help you uncover your own inner wisdom if you look within. Truth is like a river that is always refreshing and never ends, this book will help you step into it.

  • Pierce Baxter
    2019-05-21 05:01

    The best book I've ever read about God. You could debate that the author is crazy for claiming to have had this conversation but you won't find any suggestions that God is full of wrath, extremely judgmental, petty, needs you to kill in it's name nor does he/she/it hate anyone. Sounds awesome to me. I believe that, even an atheist could agree with or, at least, not hate some of the ideas presented in these "conversations" because there is no hate. You're not "wrong" or looked down upon for disagreeing with the idea of any form of spirituality. This type of God is love based rather than fear based. I grew up in a traditional Christian household but became more open mined about who or what I thought God is. I think this book explains everything. At the very least, it has some very interesting, inspiring, empowering and uplifting ideas about God and our existence. I love it.

  • Jacqueline Davieau
    2019-05-13 03:11

    absolutely love this series!

  • Johanna
    2019-05-14 08:02

    My Aunt had nothing but praise for this book, and reccommended that my mom read it. As usually happens, my mom didn't have much time for reading, so she asked if I would read it for her and give her the essential bits. I started to notice strange things right off the bat, little phrases and notions from the author that seemed anything but congruent with the Judeo/Christian God from the Bible. Never the less, I shrugged it off and continued through the book, but the further in I got, the bolder the author became in stating his blasphemous beliefs- and claiming they were direct from God.Never the one to shrink from a challenge, I thought I could take some notes, and mark the passages in the book which were incorrect- but after my highlighter died, I realised how pointless the task really was. I quickly came to the conclusion that there simply wasn't enough highlighter ink in the world to bring light to the anti-christic principles in the book. The author clearly embraces Pantheistic and New-Age beliefs, which are entirely at odds with Christianity. For example, the belief that we are all god, is an incredibly stupid and egocentric idea which is very popular among new-agers, but how does it fit in with what the Bible tells us?"Hear, o Israel, The LORD our God is one LORD." Deuteronomy 6:4"Unto thee it was shown, that thou mightest know that the LORD he is God; there is none else beside Him." Deuteronomy 4:35"That all the people of the earth may know that the LORD is God, and that there is none else." 1 Kings 8:60"For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus." 1 Timothy 2:5Another common Idea in the book is the thought that we will all go to heaven when we die, regardless of religion or works. Does the author sincerely believe that people like Stalin and Hitler are in heaven? That statement freaked me out as much as the first one, and I'll tell you why. Hidden in the innocent wishful thinking of that idea (who wants to think that people go to hell, it's a terrible place!)

  • Benjamin Howen
    2019-04-26 08:07

    Reader Beware! Many organized religion attendees have found the ideas and concepts in this book to be blasphemous. Discussions of these concepts may cause arguments with friends and family.The title says it all, Neale has recorded his communication with God for the purpose of sharing with us the important messages of our day. To believe or not to believe is the question you must answer while reading, the choice is yours. Freewill is our ability to choose and that is what life is about. New ways of thinking and living our lives flood forth from these pages. Sorry, I got a bit biblical there … anyways on with the review.Before reading Conversations with God (CWG), I was searching for answers and spiritual meaning to life, love and the universe. Thanks to God and Neale I have some clarity and found that many of my own feelings, thoughts and ideas to be true (or at least shared by others). CWG is easy to read and follow but does require an open mind and focus to grasp the messages within. I have read many of the chapters over an over again, making sure I understood each before moving on. I will now take some time to briefly summarize some of the concepts found in these pages.READ THE REST AT

  • Ginnikhanna27
    2019-05-09 06:00

    One Thing : Do not waste your time reading the reviews! Just pick up the book and read , read with an open mind, read as if you have never known anything and absorb, absorb every single detail. I read the series two times, its absolutely wonderful !

  • Sherry
    2019-05-15 03:17

    I cherish the whole conversations with God books, 1,2, and 3. I found the book comforting, enlightening, yet it resounded with me and felt right. I wish all of humanity could read this book, because it teaches us so much. Especially our many endless fears, and how they affect us. You can read this book over and over. Each time you will learn more and take it in literally.Again, this is the best book, in my opinion, that I have ever read in my life. It literally helps to free you. It is very humorous and I found myself laughing out loud many times. God has a great sense of humour! But I guess that shouldn't have surprised me. As we were made in his/her image.It is more than worth the money. I have hard copies and kindle copies in my library. Enjoy your journey through these books:)I love this book.

  • Tami
    2019-05-20 08:05

    The Complete Conversations with God includes all three books of the original Conversations with God series in one very large volume. Book one introduces the main concepts that are discussed throughout all three books. This first book starts off with a frustrated Neale Donald Walsch questioning his life. Everything seems to be falling apart. Simply put, he questions God and God answers (and perhaps more importantly he actually listens). Thus, the book is a series of questions and answers about life, love, career, death, sex, and virtually everything else imaginable. The second and third books build upon the overall concepts of the first book. The second book looks more at politics, our society, and the world while the third book looks at universal concepts, truths, religion, and evolution. Without a doubt, this is one of the most influential books of our time. The conversations ask us to question the unquestionable and seek our own truth. They also urge us to become something more. Each time I read this series, I grow and gain a little more understanding of myself, my life purpose, and the life I want to lead.

  • Yesenia
    2019-05-08 10:56

    In the beginning... When I first purchased Book 1 - my life changed. I understood for the first time what a Shift was. I may be making it up, but I remember reading a comment in the first pages of the book from a reader which said something about falling in love with God again. Like the book reflected the God she felt and knew but couldn't "see." This is exactly how I felt. It's also what I had been pushing against, disgusted and frustrated with the world, dogma, hypocrisy. This was more than 10 years ago... since then, God itself has given me so many expressions and words to better align myself that I am only grateful for Neale's courage to be homeless, broke, smart, compassionate, rich, thoughtful, and every other experience he went through, to expand and add to the richness of what Life already is. We're only wanting to align, remember, who we are. It's like a sunflower that cannot help but twist and turn and push it's way to the sun. It just IS, and we just ARE... It's a beautiful book (movement) if you are trying to make sense of Life.

  • Marcus
    2019-05-14 09:57

    I tend to stay clear of anything that references God from a Christian point of view. I'm not a fan of that religion, but I like to keep an open mind and well-rounded education of all religious and spiritual beliefs - it's one of my personal passions. My biases aside (I'm not perfect) the book was quite good from a non-Christian, spiritual perspective. It got a little hokey towards the end, which had the effect of making the best parts of the first book a bit less credible, unfortunately. Some of the "answers" to the questions the author asks seem a bit too solid, and others too modern, which left little room to the imagination at times. Still, a valuable book (to take with a grain of salt) to expand one's spiritual awareness or explore an interesting point of view.

  • J.P. Hansen
    2019-05-03 06:57

    This book is a must read. Regardless of your religious affiliation, read this with an open mind and your soul will rejoice. If you are skeptical, suspend your disbelief and read it. These three volumes have had a profound impact on my life and have taught me the difference between spirituality and religion (and true spirituality wins every time).

  • Julie
    2019-05-03 09:10

    Bought this series for my father-in-law for Christmas this year and I was really pleased when I got it! A nice box sleeve contains the books and each book is thick enough to be worth it. He seemed pleased when he received the gift.I was impressed by the price and the size of the books. It was a great gift idea and I am super sad I did not buy a set for myself as well!

  • Leejah
    2019-05-03 11:16

    To be taken with a grain of salt. I'm not sure if the author is a divine clairvoyant or just a strung-out hippie ... or both. But some of the advice in the book is worth weighing for application in one's own life. Some discussions created turning points for my life. I've re-read it several times.

  • Diana
    2019-05-23 04:17

    Amazingly simple and yet powerful and filled with truths which I somehow seemed to recognize. The book I've been searching for and never known existed. Now I can be a better version of me, the best ever.

  • Gracy Dreamscape
    2019-05-01 05:13

    An Awesome book that answered many questions in one's mind.

  • Cathryn Malinowski
    2019-05-02 06:11

    My golden treasure, what i would rescue if my house was on fire after the kids and the family photos!

  • Sanam
    2019-05-11 07:14

    I loved this book so much. Reading this book was a definite life changing experience for me.

  • Amber
    2019-04-24 03:13

    There are not enough stars in the Universe for this one.

  • Wilberth Alcides
    2019-05-15 05:17

    Beautiful insights about God, Life... It absolutely takes you out of your comfort zone!

  • Garnet Schulhauser
    2019-05-20 05:18

    An important step on the path to spiritual awareness.

  • Regan
    2019-05-22 08:55


  • Mark
    2019-05-19 11:04

    Amazing book!

  • Lisa
    2019-05-22 09:22

    Loved this series!

  • Sara
    2019-05-06 10:21

    Beautiful, uplifting and inspiring! A must-read!