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by Neale Donald Walsch

Free eBook Happier Than God: Turn Ordinary Life into an Extraordinary Experience download ISBN: 1571745807
Author: Neale Donald Walsch
Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing (April 1, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 272
Category: Religion
Subcategory: Worship and Devotion
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Happier Than God" is no exception.

Happier Than God" is no exception. His insight into the nature of human reality is extraordinary and his ability to articulate ideas makes compelling reading. If you've read Neale Donald Walsch's previous books in the "Conversations With God" series, this book will feel friendly and familiar. His discussion of what he calls the "Law of Opposites" is what stood out to me as one of the best parts of the book.

Happier Than God book. Now, in this new book, he expands on that theme by exploring how ordinary people can work in direct collaboration with God to transform their everyday lives into extraordinary experiences

Happier Than God book. Now, in this new book, he expands on that theme by exploring how ordinary people can work in direct collaboration with God to transform their everyday lives into extraordinary experiences. This is not a book of spiritual theory. It provides a plan that can change lives.

Turn Ordinary Life into an Extraordinary Experience But it was written by Neale Donald Walsch, and I really liked his Conversations with Go. .

Happier Than God : Turn Ordinary Life into an Extraordinary Experience. by Neale Donald Walsch. I have to say, the title of this book, "Happier than God," kind of threw me at first. But it was written by Neale Donald Walsch, and I really liked his Conversations with God books, so I thought I'd give the book a chance. I'm glad I did! I still might have used a different title, but the points he makes are very good.

Happier than God Turn Ordinary Life into an Extraordinary Experience by Neale Donald Walsch The fact that Neale has completely done it again was apparent in this 261 page magnificent how-to concerning Spiritually Awakening yourself to a happier and brighter life, not just for the future.

Happier than God Turn Ordinary Life into an Extraordinary Experience by Neale Donald Walsch The fact that Neale has completely done it again was apparent in this 261 page magnificent how-to concerning Spiritually Awakening yourself to a happier and brighter life, not just for the future, but right now. Each one of this amazing pages teaches us how to step out of our own way so that the Spiritual Master we already are can shine through

The remarkable insights on these pages make it clear that every human being can move into the expression of spiritual mastery, turning ordinary life into an extraordinary experience. From the author of Conversations with God comes a journey to joy through a compelling message that can change your life. Format Paperback 262 pages.

Conversations with God (CwG) is a sequence of books written by Neale Donald Walsch. Happier Than God: Turn Ordinary Life into an Extraordinary Experience (February 28, 2008). ISBN 978-1-57174-576-7. The Holy Experience (free eBook). It was written as a dialogue in which Walsch asks questions and God answers. The first book of the Conversations with God series, Conversations with God, Book 1: An Uncommon Dialogue, was published in 1995 and became a publishing phenomenon, staying on The New York Times Best Sellers List for 137 weeks. The succeeding volumes in the ten book series also appeared prominently on the List.

автор Neale Donald Walsch Now, in this new book, he expands on that theme by exploring how ordinary people can work in direct collaboration with God to transform their everyday lives into extraordinary experiences. This is not a book of spiritual theory

автор Neale Donald Walsch Now, in this new book, he expands on that theme by exploring how ordinary people can work in direct collaboration with God to transform their everyday lives into extraordinary experiences. Included here is a program that Walsch calls 17 Steps to being Happier Than God, a plan that combines the best of the conceptual truths of his 9-book Conversations with God series with the clearest description yet of how to turn those concepts into practical tools for altering life for the better – forever.

Neale Donald Walsch is a modern-day spiritual messenger whose words continue to touch the world in profound ways

Neale Donald Walsch is a modern-day spiritual messenger whose words continue to touch the world in profound ways. Country of Publication.

Neale Donald Walsch is a modern-day spiritual messenger whose words continue to touch the world in profound ways.

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Neale Donald Walsch not only tells us how we can make it through the week in these tough times, he shows us how we can face each day overflowing with joy and optimism.The good news, he tells us, is that each of us were meant to be happy--not just happy--but happier than god!What the reader gets here is vintage Neale Donald Walsch. His warm and soothing words encourage the reader to look for the hidden resources that are deep inside each of us. He shows how each of us have the power within us to manifest everything we need and want. This is not a book of spiritual theory. It provides a plan that can change lives. Included here is a program that Walsch calls ''17 Steps to being Happier Than God,'' a plan that combines the best of the conceptual truths of his 9-book Conversations with God series with the clearest description yet of how to turn those concepts into practical tools for altering life for the better--forever.
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Rias
The title explains it all, I am highly dissappointed in this book and I had returned it. First and foremost, I would like to say that CwG series changed my life! I know no other book which had such a profound effect on my life. I cannot thank enough Neale Donald Walsch for his service and encouragement. But unfortunately I cannot say the same things for his other books, especially this one. He says that law of attraction is not used for what it is intended for which is happiness. Well who am I to lecture Walsch yet he was the one to tell us that there is no such thing as right or wrong then how can he say that the LoA is not being used for what it is intended for and besides who set the "correct intention" in the beginning? LoA is not created by an outer force, it just is; thus it has no intentions apart from which YOU create. It is just a mechanism of universe. So you cannot use LoA with wrong intentions and because of such, not get a result, the effectiveness of LoA does not depend on ethics; rules; wrong or right intentions, it will obey your dominant feelings regardless. Second; the author obviously criticizes the notion of using LoA for monetary gains; he softly suggests that we should use this power for more spiritual causes. He suggests this so softly that you will only understand it when you completed half of the book and you still have no idea how to turn on the LoA switch for your actual earthly desires. Well should we be the ones to remind Walsch that even money yes money is holy and spiritual and that the reason we do not have it, is because we degrade everything about money and we believe that instead of looking for riches we should settle for what we already have? Gratitude is a key factor, I agree but being rich is the natural birth right of every human being on this earth and there is nothing unholy about it! Yet he seems to hesitate even talking about it. You cannot expect a hungry person to pray for human peace when he is on the verge of dying, first you have to teach him how to rise in terms of money, security, health, love and THEN he will do his part on a macro level. That said, as a loyal student of CwG series I cannot believe this book is written by the same author.
DireRaven
I always enjoy a book by Neale Donald Walsch and consider him one of the most profound authors of our time. "Happier Than God" is no exception. His insight into the nature of human reality is extraordinary and his ability to articulate ideas makes compelling reading.

If you've read Neale Donald Walsch's previous books in the "Conversations With God" series, this book will feel friendly and familiar.

His discussion of what he calls the "Law of Opposites" is what stood out to me as one of the best parts of the book. In order to understand the "Mechanism of Manifestation" we must understand and embrace the "Law of Opposites". Neale Donald Walsch says that in order to create anything we must first create a context in which it may be experienced. The dualistic nature of the world we live in requires that context to be opposite in nature.

From my viewpoint, if you apply this to the state of the world, then the escalating terrorism and violence we've seen for the past few decades appears to be a natural result of the fact that there is also a profound shift happening in consciousness. More and more people have begun to embrace the idea that they do in fact create their reality by their thoughts and feelings, awakening a spiritual renaissance that is sweeping the globe.

I enjoyed this book tremendously. Yet the explanations, as profound and intellectually engaging as they are, lack a quality that I can only describe as experiential. It provides plenty of food for thought for the mind - in fact it's a feast - but I thought the writing lacked a feeling quality that could have made this book more powerful. The personal examples he used from his own life to illustrate a point were scant and described in a very perfunctory way.

I love the size of this book. It's a bit smaller than his others and is handy for leaving on a nightstand, carrying on a plane, in a purse, etc. It's the kind of book that lends itself well to reading bits and pieces at a time. In fact, the structure of the book is laid out in a way that provides the reader with plenty of breaks to stop and reflect, giving the reader as much or as little "breathing time" as is needed to integrate its substance. All in all, I would highly recommend this book.
Broadcaster
I mention that the book is trite for me, because I felt that the idea of being "happier than God" was overdone and given more attention than it deserved. I can see that the author went to an extreme to make his point, which I consider a valid method; however, I finished the book thinking that it is not possible to be happier than God, based on the very reasoning that has been given by God in previous books written by the author.

It seems like the author wrote this book on his own, without the usual divine guidance. To write an entire book to make the point that we can be so amazingly happy that we could be happier than God seems to lack maturity and wisdom, to me.

But hey, the author is neither perfect nor needs to be. How many books have I written? None. And, I do get the idea that he is trying to make. I believe we can be as happy as God, because we are all One; therefore, collectively, we are God.

Nevertheless, I still respect the author very much, and have read Conversations with God, twice, so far. He is very knowledgable on many metaphyscial subjects, and this book is too much smaller than the author's great literary abilities for me to take seriously.