Conversations with God - 2

by Neale Donald Walsch 

(Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1997)


The statements below are all direct quotations from Neale Donald Walsh’s three books. All were part of a two-way dialogue. Walsh (NDW) would ask a question, and a  spiritual entity that called itself “God” would answer.


Viewing this occult phenomenon from a Christian persective, I believe that Walsch received the messages -- which make a mockery of the Bible -- through the occult practive of channeling and automatic writing. As Walsch explains in Book 2,


“On a blank sheet of paper, I would merely write a question. . .  and no sooner was the question written than the answer would form in my head, as if Someone were whispering in my ear. I was taking dictation!”


Since Walsch’ message is echoed through our education leaders, classroom curricula, popular movies, and other forms of entertainment and media, it is important for Christians to discern both the subtle and the obvious counterfeits. Please pray that God will protect you and use this information to build discernment in His people. Thanks you.


In the quotes below, all of Walsch’s questions are marked with NDW. The rest are attributed to “God” – a spiritual personality that opposes my Lord on every point. The numbers at the end of each quote or dialogue indicate the page. 




God: My most common form of communication is through feeling. Feeling is the language of the soul.  (p.3)


NDW: How can I know this communication is from God? How do I know this is not my own imagination?


God: What would be the difference? Do you not see that I could just as easily work through your imagination as anything else?   (6)




God: You are always in the process of creating. Every moment . . . .  Events, occurrences, happenings, conditions, circumstances – all are created out of consciousness. Individual consciousness is powerful enough. You can imagine what kind of creative energy is unleashed whenever two or more are gathered in My name. And mass consciousness? Why, that is so powerful it can create events and circumstances of worldwide import and planetary consequences.  (35)





I am God, as you know understand Him. I am Goddess as you now comprehend Her. I am the Conceiver and the Creator of Everything you now know and experience, and you are My children. . .  even as I am the child of another.  (197)


God is the energy you call imagination. God is creation. God is first thought. And God is last experience. And God is everything in between.   (198)








NDW: I want to place at the top of my list of acknowledgments That Which Is All Things, and which is the source of all things, including this book. Some of you choose to call that God, as do I, yet it matters not what name you give The Source. . . .


I wish to acknowledge some of my other teachers, especially angels sent to me by God to bring me a particular message. . . .  In addition . . .  I wish to acknowledge the following particular individuals for their gifts to my life:


Dr. Robert Mueller[2] whose world on behalf of world peace has blessed us all, and inspired this planet with new hope and a spectacular vision for over half a century.


Ken Keyes . . .

Dolly Parton . . .

Jimmy Carter . . .

Shirley MacLaine . . .

Oprah Winfrey . . .

Steven Spielberg . . .

George Lucas . . .

Hugh Downs . . .

Gene Roddenberry . . . .



NDW:  . . . we choose to create a better life for all, to elevate our consciousness, to seek a newer world. God will not condemn us no matter what we choose, but if we choose this, He is willing to show us the way. She will not force us, however. . . .




G: Whatever you put after the word “I” becomes your creative command. The genie in the bottle – which I Am – exists but to obey.  (12)



Listen to your feelings. Follow your feelings. Honor your feelings.  (14)   . . .  Your feelings will never get you into “trouble,” because your feelings are your truth.

            If you want to live a life where you never follow your feelings, but where every feeling is filtered though the machinery of your Mind, go right ahead. . . . But don’t look for joy in such machinations . . . .  (15)


Jesus. . . demonstrated Godliness by demonstrating Unity. (22)



To some of you I am pure energy. To some, the ultimate feeling, which you call love. . . .  I AM.  I am the wind which rustles your hair. I am the sun which warms your body. I am the rain which dances on your face. I am the smell of flowers in the air. . .  I am the air which carries the fragrance. I am the beginning of your first thought. . . . 


Whatever works for you, whatever makes it happen – whatever ritual, ceremony, demonstration, meditation, thought, song, word, or action it takes for you to “reconnect” – do this. Do this in remembrance of Me.  (25-26)



So many people want to say that I am against gay sexuality – or the acting out of it. Yet I make no judgment on this or any other choice you make.  (103)


Sexual functions are also seen and treated as totally natural, totally wonderful, and totally okay. (105)




NDW: How, then, should we educate our young?


G: First, treat them as spirits. . .  entering a physical body. . . .  Be careful of what you put into their memory storage units. . .  .  Teach concepts, not subjects. Devise a curriculum, and build it around three Core Concepts: Awareness, Honesty, Responsibility.[3]   (122)


From the earliest primers to your more sophisticated readers, all tales, stories, and subject matter would revolve around the core concepts. . . . Your children would be introduced to the concepts, injected into the concepts, immersed into the concepts. (122-123)


Writing tasks likewise would revolve around these Core Concepts. . .  Even computation skills would be taught within this framework. . .  The teaching of all computation skills would be contextualized within the larger life experience . . . . (123)


I am talking about a complete revision of your schools’ curricula. I am speaking of a values-based curriculum. You are now teaching what is largely a facts-based curriculum.  (127)


Right now your schools exist primarily to provide answers. It would be far more beneficial if their primary function was to ask questions. What does it mean to be honest, or responsible, or fair? What are the implications? For that matter, what does it mean that 2+2=4? … Highly evolved societies encourage all children to discover and create those answers for themselves.  (128)


There are some which seek to approach this model. . . . Read the writings of the man called Rudolph Steiner. Explore the methods of the Waldorf School, which he developed.[4] (129)


This educational model recognizes and announces that the human relationship, the bonding and the love which is shared in such a paradigm is just as important as any facts the teacher may impart to the child. It is like home schooling, outside the home. (130)




All these benefits would results from the simple restructuring of your world view, the simpler reordering of your world political configuration.


NDW: How?


The money you save from building defense systems and attack weapons. . . .


NDW: Oh, I get it! You want us to close down the military!


Not just you. Everybody in the world.   (145)




The idea behind the statement “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need” is not evil, it is beautiful. It is simply another way of saying you are your brothers keeper. It is the implementation of this beautiful idea that can become ugly.  (162)


There’s no such thing as the Ten Commandments. God’s law is No Law. . . . I require nothing. (167)




G: The real question is not why do governments impose so many rules and regulations on the people, but why do governments have to?  The answer has to do with your Separation Consciousness.


NDW: The fact that we see ourselves as separate from each other.




NDW: But if we aren’t separate, then we are One. And doesn’t that mean we are responsible for each other?




NDW:  If I am responsible for all others, then the Communist Manifesto was right! “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need.”  . . .  There are those who say that the concept had to be forced because the concept violates the basic nature of man.


G: You’ve hit the nail on the head. What need to be changed is the basic nature of man.  (See 168-169)[6]




You must stop seeing God as separate from you, and you a separate from each other.  The only solution is the Ultimate Truth: nothing exists in the universe that is separate from anything else. Everything is intrinsically connected, irrevocably interdependent, interactive, interwoven into the fabric of all life. All governments, all politics must be based on this truth. All laws must be rooted in it. This is the future hope of your race; the only hope for your planet.[7] (173)


Indeed, a global consciousness is what is required. (174)



. . .  you are damaging and depleting your mother, the Earth, the giver of all life, out of a complete disregard for her needs and natural processes.  (182)


NDW: How can we ever begin to hope to solve these problems. . . ?



Simple. Eliminate money. . .  Or at the very least, eliminate its invisibility. . . .  If everyone knew everything about everybody’s money situation . . .  there would be fairness and equity . . . . (183)


Nothing breeds appropriate behavior faster than exposure to light of public scrutiny. . . .  I dare you to throw out all your money, all your papers and coins and individual national currencies, and start over. Develop an international monetary system that is wide open, totally visible, immediately traceable, completely accountable. Establish a World wide Compensation System . . . . (186. See also 187-188)



. . . establish what some have called a one-world government, with a world court to settle disputes . . .  and a world peacekeeping force. . . .   (196-197)


Your George Bush, whom history will judge to be a man of far greater wisdom, vision, compassion, and courage than contemporary society was willing or able  to acknowledge, was such a leader. So was Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev . . . .  (199)


People have the right to basic survival. Even if they do nothing. Even if they contribute nothing. (207)


All would be given minimal survival portions. Those who have more would be given an opportunity to contribute 10 percent of the earnings. . . . (209)


Just as there would be lower limits on income, so would there be upper limits. First, nearly everyone will tithe 10 percent of their income to the world government.  (211)


I am saying that the struggle between the “haves” and the “have-nots” has been gong on forever and is epidemic on your planet.  (227)



 What is needed on your planet is a massive shift in consciousness. (224)


NDW: And you’re telling me that beings from outer space are helping us with that? (239)


Indeed. . . .  Their purpose is to assist in the change. . . .  The time will come when your consciousness will rise and your fear will subside, and then they will reveal themselves to you. Some of them have already done so.  (239)


These are the enlightened societies of which I have spoken. They exist, they are real, and they have sent you their emissaries.


NDW: You mean the Buddha, Krishna, Jesus were spacemen?


You said that, I didn’t. 244


All that IS is constantly changing, for life is an ongoing process of creation. Therefore, in a very real sense, That Which IS . . . IS Not. This ISNESS is NEVER THE SAME.  (246)


Need nothing. Desire everything. Choose what shows up. Feel your feelings. . . .  Yet when all the emotion is done, be still and know that I am God. . . .

Fear not for I am with you.  (153)




This is the “New Thought Movement”[8] . . .  a process by which all of society shifts . . .  It is the hundredth monkey theory[9] in action. It is about critical mass.   (255)


The Divine purpose of Conversations with God, I now see, is to raise that collective consciousness. The words . . . were aimed through me at the entire world . . .  . (256)


The quotations end here


Walsch recommends the following books and organizations:


Michael Lerner, The Foundation for Ethics and Meaning


Corinne McLaughlin[10] and Gordon Davidson (co-authors of Spiritual Politics), The Center for Visionary Leadership


NDW founded ReCreation: The Foundation for Personal Growth and Spiritual Understanding. “Its purpose is to give people back to themselves – and so, to change the world.”  (260-262)



[1] This same message was given in Betty Eadie’s best seller, Embraced by the Light 

[2] See Brave New Schools, chapter 2.

[3] These Core Concepts (or character qualities) have been redefined to fit the new global context. See “Character Training for Global Citizenship.”

[4] For information about Waldorf Schools, see Brave New Schools, page 45.

[5] See “Local Agenda 21” and “Clinton’s War on Hate Bans Christian Values”

[6] This is a call for behavior modification – the kind of psycho-social strategies already in place in our schools. We are following the UNESCO blueprint. See Chapter 2 and 3 in Brave New Schools

[7] See Al Gore’s similar statement in

[8] We plan to add a definition of New Thought later. If you need this before it is posted, please remind me.

[9] Look for my account of the 100th monkey in the near future.

[10] See “Clinton’s War on Hate Bans Christian Values” and “Bush, Gorbachev, Shultz and Kosovo”