A Conversation with Eckhart Tolle and Neale Donald Walsch
Neale Donald Walsch thought his life was over when he found himself homeless, living in a tent, and recycling cans to pay for food.
In a sense, he was right; the life he had been living was over, while something profoundly new was just around the corner. At the depths of despair,
he cried out to God—and God spoke back. This now-famous dialogue begun more than a decade ago was offered to the world in Neale’s
bestselling Conversations with God book series. It’s an ongoing conversation, in which each of us plays a unique part as we learn to discover
and express who and what we really are.
Who or what is God? Why am I really here? Where can I find lasting happiness and fulfillment? Is there any hope for our troubled planet?
With his works What God Wants, Happier Than God, and most recently, When Everything Changes, Change Everything, Neale has sought to
help us answer these universal questions along the spiritual path—and do so from a place of trust, joy, and inner peace. Says Neale of this
“Who do I now choose to be? This is the only question that matters, and this is what your soul is using your life to decide, every moment.
Life is not a process of discovery; it is a process of creation.”
Eckhart Tolle, bestselling author of The Power of Now and A New Earth, has a background similar to Neale in that he also spent a period
of time without a home or occupation—a time in which the course of his life would be forever altered as the realization of a new way of being
began to unfold with greater clarity and direction. In a special Eckhart Tolle TV event, Eckhart sat down with Neale in a heart-to-heart conversation
about how each one of us is called to awaken spiritually and share our unique gifts with the world. To hear this intriguing dialogue and to learn
about upcoming events with Eckhart Tolle and Neale Donald Walsch, follow this link to register now for a free trial to Eckhart Tolle TV.