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‘Conversations with God’ by Neale Donald Walsch

Sunday, April 1st, 2007 @ 10:49 pm
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1st of April today…time flies so quickly. I am going through a deep process at a personal level at present, not easy at all…trying to re-define myself, relationships, things i do, the research, my life…it’s a lonely journey and i many times ‘talk’ to myself, trying to connect with the spirit as well. I have been reading this book by N.D. Walsch (1995). I record some interesting quotes that have touched certain chords inside:

(p. 36): “There is only one reason to do anything: a statement to the Universe of Who You Are”

(p.44): “Seek to go within as much as possible. And when you are not going within, come from within as you deal with the outside world. Remember this axiom: If you do not go within, you go without. You have been going without all your life, Yet, you do not hav eto, and never did. There is nothing you cannot be, there is nothing you cannot do, There is nothing you cannot have”

(p.93): “Whatever you think, whatever you say after the words I am sets into motion those experiences, calls them forth, brings them to you”

I am conscious of having written my own ‘letters’ towards the spirit and wanting to write more or in a different way…am searching for my ‘voice’, my new way of being…a way of being that is closer to Who I Am. Maybe somebody things that all this is irrelevant writing for a ‘research blog’… BUT in the filed of counselling, what happens to the ‘person’ of the researcher is not that separate to the whole process…I am reminded of the person-practitioner-researcher interconnectedness.

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