Neale Donald Walsch. Have you heard of him?
He wrote a series of books called “Conversations with God” – beginning in 1995.
Today I listened to an interview with Mr. Walsch at Healing with the Masters. Even after all these years and after selling millions of books, he still has trouble saying that he has conversations with God. I know how he feels.
Truth is, we are all capable of having conversations with God. We just don’t believe it.
Neale began the interview describing a new book he published about Barbara Marx Hubbard called, “Mother of Invention“. He described Barbara’s description of the Transformation in a manner that caused me to cheer. She calls it a birthing process. She claims that there can be complications in the birthing channel. Each one of us can take steps toward experiencing a smooth process.
Barbara’s birthday will be on December 22, 2012. She feels this fits perfectly with her birthing into the gradual and evolutionary process that is taking this planet into the next dimension.
Neale Walsch said he received seven questions from God that are capable of transforming not only us, but also the entire planet. We need to spend some time with those questions. The answers are not in our minds. They are to come from the deepest, highest and most sacred place in our souls that carry the marquee, ” WHO I AM.”
Great to hear other human beings, especially so respected and known, highlighting the importance of finding who we really are.
Phrases are handed to us – gifts that could catapult us into new dimensions. We are too busy to embrace them. There’s no time to be still and listen. There’s work to do, more blogs to write, more demands to manage, more money to make. Emails shout how to write faster, earn more, grow larger, gain quicker, rise higher, lose more, live longer and breathe deeper. Phew! No wonder we are exhausted.
We could be posting, emailing, painting and living a phrase given to Neale by God, “Get out of your mind and into your soul.”
When do we cease the inner chatter? When do we stop, turn off, shut down, meditate, contemplate, and be still? When do we grab time to find who we are? Do we know how to go deeper than a dime? Are we ready and willing to get out of our minds and go into our souls?
Neale Walsch kindly shared the seven questions from God that need to germinate in our souls. The answers will evolve from truth, not intellect. Neale writes that God asks us to “lose our minds”. Being out of our minds will help with these questions:
- How is it possible for 6.9 billion people to all claim they want the same things and yet be unable to produce the very things they all want? (Example: love, happiness, peace, etc.)
- Is it possible that there’s something we don’t understand about God?
- Is it possible you don’t understand who you are?
Then God gave these four fundamental questions that can be asked each day upon arising:
- 4. Who am I?
- 5. Where am I? (In the physical realm)
- 6. Why am I where I am?
- 7. What do I intend to do about that?
Deceptively simple. Don’t rob yourself by answering quickly, glibly, or intellectually.
I don’t know about you, but I want my birthing process to happen without complications. I want to be the deepest soul of the highest caliber I can be. I plan to sit with those questions. There’s no hurry and I won’t be multi-tasking.
My readers know I am committed. I am hoping for lots of company.