Conversations With God Book 1 Quotes

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This video displays some of the most profound quotes taken from excerpts from Book 1 of Conversations with God. It describes the reasons God chose to make humanity.

Conversations with God Book was written in 1995 by Neale Donald Walsch who claims to have heard God’s voice speak to him. He wrote down everything God told him to, and God answered all his questions in 3 detailed books.

Book 1 is a great place to start to learn about how God really views us and our purpose in life. He talks about why he chose to create us and why we are here. Basically we chose as a higher being to incarnate at this time. To live a path in life that we already chose, so that we can learn to remember who we really are. We are constantly evolving and learning and growing in our individual paths to spiritual awakening.

Favorite Quotes from Conversations with God Book 1:

These are God’s words as written through Neale Donald Walsch.

-Now there are those who say that life is a school, and that these things which you observe and experience in your life are for your learning.

I have addressed this before, and I tell you again:
You came into this life with nothing to learn—you have only to demonstrate what you already know.

In the demonstration of it will you function it out, and create yourself anew, through your experience. Thus do you justify life, and give it purpose. Thus do you render it holy. (pg. 28)

—every single free choice you ever undertake arises out of one of the only two possible thoughts there are: a thought of love or a thought of fear.

Fear is the energy which contracts, closes down, draws in, runs, hides, hoards,harms.
Love is the energy which expands, opens up, sends out, stays, reveals, shares, heals


This is the goal of your soul. This is its purpose—to fully realize itself while in the body; to become the embodiment of all that it really is.

This is My plan for you. This is My ideal: that I should become realized through you. That thus, concept is turned into experience, that I might know my Self experientially.

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What is hell?
It is the experience of the worst possible outcome of your choices, decisions, and creations. It is the natural consequence of any thought which denies Me, or says no to Who You Are in relationship to Me.

It is the pain you suffer through wrong thinking. Yet even the term “wrong thinking” is
a misnomer, because there is no such thing as that which is wrong.

Hell is the opposite of joy. It is unfulfillment. It is knowing Who and What You Are, and failing to experience that. It is being less. That is hell, and there is none greater for your soul.