Lessons in ‘Friendship with God’ Neale Donald Walsch (part ‎‎5)‎

Lessons in ‘Friendship with God’ Neale Donald Walsch (part ‎‎5)‎

By Dr. Gil Dekel.‎ Part -1. -2. -3. -4. Page 369‎ We are life-evolving, in a constant change. Everything changes, including you. ‎We are the changer and the changed. When you wake up in the morning, ask, ‎‎”What is going to change today?” Do not ask, “Will there be a change today?”, ‎since there is a change all the time…‎ ‎370‎ Even by combing...

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Lessons in ‘Friendship with God’ Neale Donald Walsch (part ‎‎4)‎

Lessons in ‘Friendship with God’ Neale Donald Walsch (part ‎‎4)‎

By Dr. Gil Dekel.‎ Part -1. -2. -3. -4. -5.‎ Page 262‎ We should all lighten up a bit regarding life and God. Stop being scared of ‎God.‎ We grow up the day we have a good laugh at ourselves.‎ ‎263‎ Our soul is joy. Joy is the soul. To be joyful we need to put joy in our mind. Our ‎heart is the corridor between our soul and our mind. The joy in our soul needs ‎to move...

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Lessons in ‘Friendship with God’ Neale Donald Walsch (part ‎‎3)‎

Lessons in ‘Friendship with God’ Neale Donald Walsch (part ‎‎3)‎

By Dr. Gil Dekel.‎ Part -1. -2. -3. -4. -5.‎ Page 206‎ The essence of our soul is the essence of God.‎ ‎207‎ Wisdom is knowledge applied.‎ ‎208‎ ‎1.‎ Know God.‎ ‎2.‎ Trust God.‎ ‎3.‎ Love God.‎ ‎210‎ Love solves any condition and any problem.‎ ‎211‎ Love can heal any person. Our soul is Love. When we love others, we give ‎them back their...

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Lessons in ‘Friendship with God’ Neale Donald Walsch (part ‎‎2)‎

Lessons in ‘Friendship with God’ Neale Donald Walsch (part ‎‎2)‎

By Dr. Gil Dekel.‎ Part -1. -2. -3. -4. -5.‎ Page 121‎ What we choose comes to us. In fact, all things exist now because we chose ‎them. What we believe of God, so we will conceive of God. God appears to us ‎in the way that we see Her.‎ ‎127‎ TV commercials are sold at high prices, because they do influence people.‎ ‎129‎ Images teach faster and imprint deeper than...

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Lessons in ‘Friendship with God’ Neale Donald Walsch (part ‎‎1)

Lessons in ‘Friendship with God’ Neale Donald Walsch (part ‎‎1)

By Dr. Gil Dekel.‎ Part -1. -2. -3. -4. -5.‎ Page 28‎ When you become rich set a portion of your wealth and treat it as if it does not ‎matter – spend, buy, donate money, since it does not matter to do all this. If you ‎hold on to something, you do not experience having it. Only by giving we ‎experience “having” it. Only then we can know that we have. When we hold...

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Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 2 – Neale Donald Walsch’. Part 4 of 4.

Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 2 – Neale Donald Walsch’. Part 4 of 4.

by Gil Dekel. Part: 1. 2. 3. 4. Page 141 Nations act out of their interests, then lie that they act for humanitarian reasons. We are all One, and can see others’ interests as our own. A one-world government. 143 We need one-world communities, with each nation having a say and having an equal proportionate share of the world’s resources. 145-146 One world will not spend money on...

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Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 2 – Neale Donald Walsch’. Part 3 of 4.

Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 2 – Neale Donald Walsch’. Part 3 of 4.

by Gil Dekel. Part: 1. 2. 3. 4. Page 69 Space is an invisible energy. All solid objects we know of are actually 2% solid matter and 98% space. 71 The universe expands, then contracts, and then all over again. Such is life – cyclical. Life moves in cycles. There is time for everything, and a time for every purpose. 72 Women live life by a rhythm. 74 We love sex, as sex is good...

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Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 2 – Neale Donald Walsch’. Part 2 of 4.

Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 2 – Neale Donald Walsch’. Part 2 of 4.

by Gil Dekel. Part: 1. 2. 3. 4. Page 35 Values of right and wrong constantly change. They change in times and in places. Something that is considered wrong ‘here’, may be ok ‘there’, in another place. So, definitions of right or wrong are not determined by what a person does, but by where a person does it. 39 God gave us free choice. And God will not punish us for choosing. 40 There is...

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Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 2 – Neale Donald Walsch’. Part 1 of 4.

Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 2 – Neale Donald Walsch’. Part 1 of 4.

by Gil Dekel. Part: 1. 2. 3. 4. Page 3 Finding God is finding that we are all One. When we stop hiding, we can then learn that we are One. The fastest way to stop hiding is telling the truth to everyone, at all times. 5 Our will is God’s will, because God loves us. 10 Masters keep choosing the same thing over and over again, until it is manifested in reality. 12 Wanting a thing pushes it...

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Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 3’. Neale Donald Walsch (Part 7).

Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 3’. Neale Donald Walsch (Part 7).

by Gil Dekel. Part 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 351 All beings co-create the exterior circumstances and events. But the individual creates his own experiences. No one can force him to experience anything he does not wish for. The world can present you with circumstances, but only you decide what they mean to you. Nothing matters. We attach meanings to events, thus we make physical matter of the...

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Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 3’. Neale Donald Walsch (Part 6).

Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 3’. Neale Donald Walsch (Part 6).

by Gil Dekel. Part 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 277 Before we give matches to children, we need to learn how to use it ourselves. Our atomic knowledge today can destroy us all… 278 But what can one person do?… One person can start by dropping that false notion of ‘what can one person do’… 279 Today, more than ever before, we are aware of the power of the mind, and our...

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Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 3’. Neale Donald Walsch (Part 5).

Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 3’. Neale Donald Walsch (Part 5).

by Gil Dekel. Part 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 182 What you give to others, you give to yourself, because there is only One of Us. 183 You cannot lose that which you give. 190 Truth is not about shouting our beliefs out loud, but about opening our hearts to others. 191 Our great talent comes from God. So when we openly declare our great talent of Who We Are, we do not brag but merely declare Who Is...

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Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 3’. Neale Donald Walsch (Part 4).

Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 3’. Neale Donald Walsch (Part 4).

by Gil Dekel. Part 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 150 You cannot change what you do not accept. Accept that you own it, and only then you will have the power to free it. What you resist, persists. Denial re-creates something; denial is to place the thing right there in front of you. Acceptance of something places you in control over it. You do not resist, you do not move into it, but move away of it. That...

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Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 3’. Neale Donald Walsch (Part 3).

Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 3’. Neale Donald Walsch (Part 3).

by Gil Dekel. Part 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 76 The return to God is an experience of a loss of the Individual Self. 77 In life we experience the micro of the whole. When we die we experience larger perspective. Then you will see larger macrocosms still. The game never ends. 80 On earth we all desire the same things – love, peace, success, joy – but we all walk different ways in...

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Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 3’. Neale Donald Walsch (Part 2).

Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 3’. Neale Donald Walsch (Part 2).

by Gil Dekel. Part 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 40 In our far history we lived in a matriarchal society, then slowly we shifted into patriarchy, which moved away from expressing emotions in life. When women ruled, they ruled with emotions. Men had no powers and had little part in society’s life. Men had the part of fertilizing females’ eggs and carrying heavy things, as women did not think that...

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Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 3’. Neale Donald Walsch (Part 1).

Lessons from ‘Conversations with God, Book 3’. Neale Donald Walsch (Part 1).

by Gil Dekel. Part 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 4 When you worry about what other people think of you, you are owned by them. When you need no approval from outside yourself, you then own yourself. 5 Fear and guilt are not what we are. Love and awareness are what we are. 6 God is not fear. Fear paralyzes us. Fear and guilt are the only enemies of man. 8 Love is giving. Love is a feeling of wanting to...

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The 25 Core Messages of Conversations with God That Will Change Your Life and the World

The 25 Core Messages of Conversations with God That Will Change Your Life and the World

By Neale Donald Walsch. 1. We are all One. All things are One Thing. There is only One Thing, and all things are part of the One Thing there is. This means that you are Divine. You are not your body, you are not your mind, and you are not your soul. You are the unique combination of all three, which com- prises the Totality Of You. You are an individuation of Divinity; an expression of God on...

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Life Is Not A Popularity Contest.

Life Is Not A Popularity Contest.

Interview with Steve Farrell, Worldwide Coordinating Director and co-founder of Humanity’s Team. Gil Dekel: The ides for ‘Humanity’s Team’ came to Neale Donald Walsch in a dream? Steve Farrell: Yes, and I had a chance to listen to Neale describing his dream, and to be part of it from the start in March 2003. Neale wanted to start a movement that will focus on one thing and one thing...

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We All Want The Same Things.

We All Want The Same Things.

Steve Minchin, co-founder of The Global Conversation, interviewed by Dr. Gil Dekel. Gil Dekel: Do you feel spirituality can operate with business? Steve Minchin: The message coming from the ‘Conversations with God’ books (by Neale Donald Walsch) is that our Politics is our Spirituality demonstrated, because we act according to our beliefs. So I guess our way of doing Business is likewise...

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Lessons from ‘Conversations with God for Teens. Neale Donald Walsch’ (by Gil Dekel, PhD. Pt 2 of 2)

Lessons from ‘Conversations with God for Teens. Neale Donald Walsch’ (by Gil Dekel, PhD. Pt 2 of 2)

Part 2. Go back to part 1. page 190 When you love another for what you are, not for what they are, you then demonstrate that you need nothing from them, and that your love is not based on what you can get from them. 207 Society is a group of people formed around a particular way of seeing things. Thinking is the act of considering ideas. Learning is the act of memorising. Facts are rarely facts....

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Lessons from ‘Conversations with God for Teens. Neale Donald Walsch’ (by Gil Dekel, PhD. Pt 1 of 2)

Lessons from ‘Conversations with God for Teens. Neale Donald Walsch’ (by Gil Dekel, PhD. Pt 1 of 2)

Part 1. Go to part 2. page 12 All people have free-will. God gave people free-will because God is a creator, and He created people that are creators in themselves. Without free-will people will not be able to create at all, because they would only re-act. They would only obey and do what they are told to do. Obeying is re-acting, not creating. With free-will people can choose, and so they can...

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Lessons from ‘Conversations With God’ Book 1, Neale Donald Walsch (Part 3 of 3)

Lessons from ‘Conversations With God’ Book 1, Neale Donald Walsch (Part 3 of 3)

by Gil Dekel, PhD. Part 3 of 3. Back to part 2. Back to part 1. A summary of main insights from CwG Book 1, with page numbers: 130 At all breaking points in life there is one question to ask: what would love do now? Love is not to retain the best of the other – but the best of your self. 131 The highest good for me becomes the highest good for the other, as we all are one. There is...

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Lessons from ‘Conversations With God’ Book 1, Neale Donald Walsch (Part 2 of 3)

Lessons from ‘Conversations With God’ Book 1, Neale Donald Walsch (Part 2 of 3)

by Gil Dekel, PhD. Back to part 1. This is Part 2 of 3. Go to part 3. A summary of main insights from CwG Book 1, with page numbers: Pages 66-67 Hold on to values that serve you. Look which values bring the highest you. Examine them. Tell the world. If you can tell the world who you are without hesitating, then you are happy with yourself. Then you have created yourself and reached...

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Lessons from ‘Conversations With God’ Book 1, Neale Donald Walsch (Part 1 of 3)

Lessons from ‘Conversations With God’ Book 1, Neale Donald Walsch (Part 1 of 3)

by Gil Dekel, PhD. Part 1 of 3. Go to part 2. Go to part 3. A summary of main insights from CwG Book 1, with page numbers: Pages 3-4 God talks to all people but just a few listen… God does not only talk but communicates. A talk is limited to words, thus God do not communicate only with words. God’s most common form of communication is feelings. Feeling is the language of the soul. If you...

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Lessons from Neale Donald Walsch ‘The Mother of Invention: The Legacy of Barbara Marx Hubbard and the Future of You’. Part 2.

Lessons from Neale Donald Walsch ‘The Mother of Invention: The Legacy of Barbara Marx Hubbard and the Future of You’. Part 2.

by Gil Dekel, PhD.  Part 2. Back to part 1. Page 64 In the ‘peace room’, just like the war room, we would map breakthrough and innovations that are working on this planet. The peace room will monitor every trouble spot on the earth and will link it with working solutions. People in need will be able to connect with those who have the answers. The idea is to focus on what is working rather...

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