Life Coach, MetaPhysician

Good one to do

I strongly suggest that you read Neal Donald Walsch’s Trilogy Conversations with God (in case you haven’t) Here is an example.
Ending the Illusion of Separation from God

Neale Donald Walsch: “How can a person be separate from his or her own truth?”

God: “By ignoring it. By seeing it and denying it. Or by changing it, twisting it, contorting it to fit a preconceived notion you have about what must be so.”

– Conversations with God, Book 3

God: “You see and experience God within you, yet you deny it. You deny that I am within you—that I am you—and in this you deny Me My rightful and obvious place.”
Neale Donald Walsch: “I have not, and do not, deny You.”

God: “You admit that You are God?”

Neale Donald Walsch: “Well, I wouldn’t say that…”

God: “Exactly. And I tell you this: “Before the cock crows, you will deny Me three times.
By your very thoughts will you deny Me.

By your very words will you deny Me.

By your very actions will you deny Me.

You know in your heart that I am with you, in you; that We are One. Yet you deny Me.
Oh, some of you say I exist all right. But away from you. Way out there somewhere. And the further away you imagine Me to be, the further away you step from your own truth.”

– Conversations with God, Book 3

READ the FULL Article here:
=> http://www.greatgenius.com/ending-the-illusion-of-separation-from-god

Ending the Illusion of Separation from God
http://www.greatgenius.com
Neale Donald Walsch: “In more advanced civilizations You do not observe these characteristics? And what do You mean by duality?”

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