Best Neale Donald Walsch Books That Will Blow Your Mind
Neale Donald Walsch is a spiritual messenger. He helps readers relate to God from a modern perspective.
His earlier books are inspired by his two-way written communication with God i.e. he asks God a question and God gives him an answer. They are part of the Conversation with God (CwG) series.
His first three books in the CwG series are meant to be a trilogy. The progression is as follow:
- Book 1: Individual Truths
- Book 2: Global Truths
- Book 3: Universal Truths
Later, he wrote other books in a similar format and they tackle different topics such as developing a friendship with God, death, and questions that teens might have.
His books can be somewhat controversial to some people because it’s so mind-blowing. However, the author doesn’t claim that what he wrote is the Ultimate Truth. Instead, as a reader, you are encouraged to consult your own inner knowing and intuition, and start your own conversations with God.
So choose a book below that resonates with you and please read it with an open mind.
Top 10 Best Neale Donald Walsch Books
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1. Conversation with God (Book 1)
“Enlightenment is understanding that there is nowhere to go, nothing to do, and nobody you have to be except exactly who you’re being right now.”
During an unhappy period of his time in 1992, the author wrote an angry letter to God, asking God questions such as Why wasn’t my life working? and Why could I not find happiness in a relationship?
To his surprise, God began talking with him. So he continued this lengthy, two-way communication with God, asking God more questions and writing down the wisdom and answers he received.
This bestseller is a result of his three-year dialogue with God. Unlike the other books from the series, this book focuses on personal topics such as individual life challenges and opportunities. If you are new to Neale Donald Walsch, this is the best book to start.
2. Conversation with God (Book 2)
“Every person who has ever come to you has come to receive a gift from you. In so doing, he gives a gift to you — the gift of your experiencing and fulfilling Who You Are.”
Unlike the first book in the CwG series, this book deals with more global topics and explains the challenges facing the world now.
In this new dialogue with God, the author asks deeper questions about topics that we feel either too ashamed or too controversial to talk about such as sex, politics, education, war, religions, and etc.
A great continuation from the first CwG book, this inspiring book calls upon you to perform your own critical thinking rather than follow whatever that was taught to you. It opens you up to new perspectives but you don’t have to agree with everything in the book. Instead, you are invited to pay more attention to your soul and listen to its desires.
3. Conversation with God (Book 3)
“What you choose for yourself, give to another.”
This book deal with the universal truths, and the challenges and opportunities of the soul. For example, it explains why the soul leaves the body every night, the purpose of sex from the soul’s perspective, the relationship between the soul and the body, and etc.
This book also helps you to understand the higher intelligence at work and see that it’s based in love. It explains our Oneness with God and the connectedness of all souls. We can never be separated from God.
If you are looking for new perspectives on spirituality, this book provides many interesting and refreshing insights that you won’t find in other spiritual books.
4. Conversation with God (Book 4)
“This is not about saving the world. This is about your personal spiritual journey; it’s about your individual evolution.”
If you have read the first three books in this CwG series, you would have already awakened to who you really are. But yet, we don’t act like or resemble someone who is awakened sometimes.
The theme of this book is to awaken the species. It invites us to demonstrate who we really are by being a model for others and inspiring them to awake to their True Self.
In this book, you will find 16 major differences between awakened beings and humans, and how you can live these principles. If your soul is calling you to do something greater and grander than what you are doing now, this book will inspire you to do so.
5. What God Said
“Your life has nothing to do with you. It is about everyone whose life you touch and how you touch it.”
If you haven’t read any of the books from the CwG series or not planning to, you can choose to read this book instead. In this book, the author extracts the 25 core messages found in his conversations with God.
Even if you have read all the books from the CwG series, this book can still be helpful to you because the author expanded on the materials found in the previous books and included suggestions on how to apply the messages to our daily life.
If you are looking for practical ways to change your life and the world, and not merely concepts, this book will be suitable for you.
6. Home with God
“You are afraid to die, and you’re afraid to live. What a way to exist.”
This book deals with death and afterlife. It offers an interesting and detailed perspective of what happens to us when we die and why we choose to come back to the physical world repeatedly.
Written in a Q&A format, this book is also created via the author’s personal dialogue with God. If you are afraid of death, this book provides you with hope and comfort. It helps you to understand that there is no suffering of any kind in the afterlife. Death is neither the end nor a tragedy. It’s just a transformation from one state of existence to another.
7. The Little Soul and the Sun
“Always remember I have sent you nothing but angels.”
This is a children’s parable adapted from the Conversation with God.
Along with beautiful illustrations, this book tells a story of a little soul who wants to experience itself as Light. But to experience itself as Light, it must know first know the Darkness.
Everyone should read this beautiful story regardless if you are a kid or an adult. It helps us understand why “bad” things happen sometimes, and there is no absolute good or bad. The thing that we called “bad” is merely a gift that God has sent us to help us understand who we really are.
8. Friendship with God
“All of us have a friendship with God, whether we know it or not.”
In this book, the author encourages us to forge our own relationship with God.
Many religions cause us to be afraid of God. We are taught that God can be judgmental, angry, and unapproachable. This book teaches us how to create a healthier and deeper relationship by being a friend with God.
At the beginning of this book, the author also shares his childhood story of how he became fearful of God and his life before he started having conversations with God.
If you want a book that helps you to listen to your own heart and access your own wisdom, this book is for you.
9. Neale Donald Walsch’s Little Book of Life
“Relationship is the most important experience of our lives. Without it, we are nothing… That is because, in the absence of anything else, we are not.”
This book is a reissue and a combine of all three little books that Neale Donald Walsch had written in 1999. These three books are:
- Neale Donald Walsch on Relationships
- Neale Donald Walsch on Abundance and Right Livelihood, and
- Neale Donald Walsch on Holistic Living.
Unlike the CwG series, this book is a transcript of an event held in San Francisco, California where they delve deeper into the teachings of CwG. But you don’t have to read any of the CwG books to understand this book, it’s easy to follow on its own.
10. The Only Thing That Matters
“98% of the world’s people are spending 98% of their time on things that don’t matter.”
This is Book 2 in the Conversations With Humanity series. The premise of this book is that the reason why we are constantly worrying about our finances, relationship, health, and etc is that we aren’t doing the thing that matters to our soul.
Our soul knows exactly what it is doing and already know what really matters. It’s not a question of finding the answer, but a question of remembering.
If you feel stuck or lost in your life and have no idea where you are going, this book is suitable for you. It helps you understand your place in the grand scheme of things.