Neale Donald Walsch
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Neale Donald Walsch (born September 10, 1943) is an American author of the series Conversations with God. He is also an actor, screenwriter, and speaker.
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Walsch was brought up as a Roman Catholic by a family who encouraged his quest for spiritual truth. He informally studied comparative theology for many years.
Me. Walsch says his books are not channelled, but rather that they are inspired by God and that they can help a person relate to God from a modern perspective. Walsch’s vision is an expansion and unification of all present theologies to render them more relevant to our present day and time.
Start telling the truth now and never stop…
Start telling the truth now and never stop. Begin by telling the truth to yourself about yourself. Tell the truth to yourself about someone else. Then tell the truth about yourself to another. Then tell the truth about another to that other. Finally, tell the truth to everyone about everything. These are the 5 levels of truth telling. This is the five-fold path to freedom.
Also he created Humanity’s Team as a spiritual movement whose purpose is to communicate and implement his New Spirituality beliefs, particularly that we are all one with God and one with life, in a shared global state of being. This state can be achieved, Walsch argues, by the act of helping other people: “The fastest way to apply anything in your life is to help others to apply it… The fastest way to use any wisdom that resides in your soul is to help someone else… Because we are all one”.
Walsch has nine children. He has a home in southern Oregon where he lives with his wife, Em Claire, who is a working poet.
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