Does Neale think of it as holy scripture? Should we?
There has been ignited on this website a small but interesting conversation about the Conversations with God messages and about me, personally, vis-à-vis those messages. In short: Am I treating them as ‘gospel,’ and do I, at some level, wish them to be considered a new religion?
Comments like (and I am paraphrasing here), “Neale quotes CWG as if he were quoting scripture”.....and....."The last thing we need is a new religion”....and....“Neale speaks of the ‘CWG cosmology,’ and that can be a dangerous trend”.....etc....lead me to believe that perhaps it would be a good time for me to enter this conversation personally.
Let me begin by announcing that I feel very safe in saying that anyone who knows me personally is very clear that I do not consider CWG a new religion, nor would I want it treated as such. Indeed, just the opposite is true. I am hoping that Conversations with God will lead every person back to their own highest indwelling...
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In this time of ever increasing turmoil on our planet, people everywhere are turning to God, begging, hoping, praying to hear God's message for themselves and for our world. In their supplications, the earnestly seek to know: Can one even have a conversation with God?
God herself tell us yes. His words to humanity are clear:
"I talk to everyone all the time. The question is not to whom does God talk. The question is, who listens?"
Early in Conversations with God-Book One we are told that God communicates with us most often through feeling. Feeling is the language of the soul.
"If you want to know what’s true for you about something," God said, "look to how you’re feeling about it. Feelings are sometimes difficult to discover, and often even more difficult to acknowledge. Yet hidden in your deepest feelings is your highest truth."
God also communicates with thought, and often uses images and pictures to do so, which makes thoughts more effective than mere words as tools...