“Conversations with God” author and
Modern day spiritual messenger and multiple New York Times best-seller
His first book, Conversations with God, was published in 1995 and became an international bestseller. It remained on the New York Times Bestseller List for 135 weeks. Six of his other books have made the Times list in the years since. He has published 28 books and his works have been translated into 37 languages.
“When I hear Neale speak, and I mean every single time, I can’t help but cry… his words are so empowering and real that they just… they captivate every part of my being. It’s such a vast feeling, words I’ve heard from my intuition but could never put in my own… thank you Neale… I am so young but I feel that I am such an old soul, that has come here to enlighten & remind us of what we have forgotten… infinite appreciation and blessings.”
~ Kamya B
Neale’s vision is an expansion and unification of all present theologies to render them more relevant to our present day and time. He created Humanity’s Team as a spiritual movement whose purpose is to communicate and implement his New Spirituality beliefs, particularly that we are all one with God and one with life, in a shared global state of being. This state can be achieved, Walsch argues, by the act of helping other people: “The fastest way to apply anything in your life is to help others to apply it… The fastest way to use any wisdom that resides in your soul is to help someone else… Because we are all one”. Walsch has nine children. He has a home in southern Oregon where he lives with his wife, Em Claire, who is a working poet.
“Neale ‘s books changed my life in 22 years ago. Now I have a very personal relationship with God, whom I experience as my Inner Being. My life has completely changed, transformed. I walked away from my job and haven’t had a paycheck for 11 years now. God is my best friend, my guide, my lover, my Creator, my healer and my protector. I cannot explain in words how incredible this love feels. Nothing is impossible. I could never go back to being the victim after becoming free. Thank you Neale!!”
~ Deborah Faith Reike