12-17-2011, 03:10 PM
Join Date: Oct 2011
It's just the format. I am not speaking against the message. The style doesn't work for me. When I read, if my mind twists up in a knot, I am done. If my mind relaxes, I keep going. That's all. I can't speak truly about CWG because I read almost nothing. It's just not my style. Many paths, one truth.....the need is to be on a path, not a particular one.
Originally Posted by AngelPsychic444
I think you jumped too quick with the CWG books, if anything, they speak of Oneness more in those books not separateness. Unity conscousness is a huge theme in those books, in fact, Neale states he finally understood what that was in real terms from talking to God. So I feel bad for you if you only got seperateness from what was said in the CWG books!.
They also talk, in a few different volumnes of the CWG series about "getting out of your mind", which is a difficult premise for many to accept. I finally understood what that was and "gained clarity" from those books. God does an amazing job of convincing Neale how important getting out of your mind is, and even just "being quiet" with oneself.
There's so much there Ron you're not seeing, if you ever have a chance I would give it another go. Ohso is good, no doubt about that, BUT the CWG books are amazingly practical and make it somewhat easy to apply to our own lives, which is so needed now, practical ways to make our life work.
As I said in my other post, Neale had his ego collapse, he was on the brink of killing himself, and had also been homeless and lost just about everything in his life, so when he reached rock bottom he started his conversation...and the only place he could go was up, the first 4 books in the series cover this. He 4th book "Friendship with God" is another very warm story of how to develop a closeness with God that goes beyond any other book I have ever seen. Those books were an amazingly eye-opening story for me, I think too many people have problems with actually talking to God, and God even goes over that one too, and tries to make it much easier for Neale.