When Everything Changes, Change Everything: In a Time of Turmoil, a Pathway to Peace

 
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A dear one has died. Or a romantic relationship has ended. Or a job that was once going to be your career has just evaporated. Or your child has left home. Or you've moved to a new town. Or you're suddenly facing a health crisis, or a financial crisis, or a crisis of faith . . .

. . . whatever the circumstance, you are sure about one thing: Nothing will ever be the same.

Deep sadness, even bitter negativity, can sometimes follow. What to do then? End the life you've been living? Yes. That's the startling answer from modern-day spiritual messenger Neale Donald Walsch in a book that will touch the lives of people around the world with the same uplifting hopefulness as his Conversations with God.

When Everything Changes, Change Everything speaks to the heart of every person who has lost their bearings in the aftermath of a major life change?and to those who would help them. A strikingly clear, imminently and immediately useful text, it offers God-inspired insights on the way to move on and a breathtaking reason to do so. Here is a practical application of the fresh perspectives of the New Spirituality, with wonderful tools for healing and living and a brand-new definition of God that could make every mystery of life clear up overnight.

Customer Reviews:

  • MAKING FRIENDS WITH CHANGE - Here's How
    This book answered my question: How do I handle changes TODAY, that are overwhelming and coming way too fast for me to manage or comprehend. Compassionately, Neale Donald Walsch explains simply, the mechanics of why we feel the way we do, what we can do about it, and how to DEVELOP THE SKILL of embracing and thriving peacefully in change for the rest of our lives. Sound to good to be true? It isn't; I'm living it. The book helped me immediately welcome Change, as MY new friend.

    A MUST HAVE, this book reads easily and doesn't throw "Shazam! You're healed!" rhetoric at you. (Thank God!) You will want to read it again and again, and share it with everyone you know who is struggling with change...which is all of us (at some point or another). Especially now. ...more info
  • SOMETHING NEW THIS WAY COMES!
    NEALE DONALD WALSCH teaches us about change. Change is good. Change is not the end. It's the beginning of something new that is to come. The work that I do in feng shui is totally aligned with what Neale says. I studied the I Ching, which stresses constant cyclical change and that a pattern of movement is constant. These changes or movements are used in the areas of philosophy, astrology, Chinese medicine, numerology, martial arts, mathermatics, and feng shui. Feng Shui is simply working with energies to get a good result.
    I like his book because it addresses our 'raison d'etre', our reason for being, and or course 'don't panic'. This book will certainly reassure you that change is constant. It's a small price to pay for a book that helps you put your mind at ease...

    Dr. Anna Maria Prezio
    #1 Best Selling Author of Confessions of a Feng Shui Ghost-Buster...more info
  • Whoa- again, deep and profound, yet simple.
    I have become obsessed with Walsch's work, and really have enjoyed every book I've read by him. This is from his words (as opposed to talking with God), and it sounds like a discussion.

    The principles are amazing, and the message so clear that it can pass you by easily. I really recommend this and every one of his books....more info
  • Handling Your Changes
    Oh God, Change This Scene! Changing the Situation It is one thing to have to live through major, personal disasters, and then have no plan on how to deal with the aftermath. You may not be able to change all thats happened to you, but at least with this Book you will be able to deal with it more constructively. Ask yourself the question: 'Can I at least be at peace with myself and with others despite these changes?' When everything changes [ or has already changed] you want to handle it as best as you can. And this is what makes this Book such good reading material...more info
  • Great Book!
    I love it. very well timed. Its a must read for any one experiencing change in their life....more info
  • Information shows up at the right time and place
    This book came to my attention just when I needed to read it. It was the right time and place. I've read all of Neale's books, but this one I was especially excited to find, because things around all of us are changing rapidly -- and many times it's hard to see the rhyme or reason, but this book gives you a clear guidance on how to flourish, adjust and do well through any changes in your life. Elaine Williams, author A Journey Well Taken: Life After Loss....more info
  • Changes
    Are you in the midst of a turmoil? Or just standing at the crossroads not knowing where to go? Perhaps feeling "empty"?

    Read this book - It's awesome! And... You owe that to yourself....more info
  • Bought for self/work and for a friend
    As an executive coach with a holistic approach to guiding leaders to achieve dreams and lead a fulfiiling life both at home and at work, I am always searching for useful, practical and POWERFUL tools to share with my clients who then share them with their teams. So, I am thrilled to add the techniques in this book to both my life and the lives of my clients! Thanks, Neale!...more info
  • WOW! I'm Excited.
    I found this book to be an amazing tool in dealing with change. It contains very practical and easy to understand steps to manage the emotional roller coaster that accompanies most change. It empowered me to see where I do have a choice and how to remain peaceful in these or any tumultuous time....more info
  • SOMETHING NEW THIS WAY COMES!
    NEALE DONALD WALSCH teaches us about change. Change is good. Change is not the end. It's the beginning of something new that is to come. The work that I do in feng shui is totally aligned with what Neale says. I studied the I Ching, which stresses constant cyclical change and that a pattern of movement is constant. These changes or movements are used in the areas of philosophy, astrology, Chinese medicine, numerology, martial arts, mathermatics, and feng shui. Feng Shui is simply working with energies to get a good result.
    I like his book because it addresses our 'raison d'etre', our reason for being, and or course 'don't panic'. This book will certainly reassure you that change is constant. It's a small price to pay for a book that helps you put your mind at ease...

    Dr. Anna Maria Prezio
    #1 Best Selling Author of Confessions of a Feng Shui Ghost-Buster...more info
  • New Data is the Key.
    I feel that I am a person who deeply, deeply understands the CwG material. So much so that it is very easy for me to apply the material in my day to day life. I had always felt that there was something more personal with God than the typical belief that I was raised with in my strict Baptist up-bringing. So once I read Neale's books, I was able to remember it again and make it work for my life.

    So, imagine my surprise when I really came away with a new understanding of the message after hearing what Neale had to say. If we were all of the time in the realization of how the mind works, or even at what point the Ego is affecting our reality using the system with which Neale so very eloquently illustrates in this book, we could change every situation we encounter.

    The information that is shared in this book, has really opened up some new doors for me, to improving behaviors and thought patterns that I had been waiting to fall away from me with just daily meditation. Daily meditation for me has made me a whole new person, but I still had some issues.

    So thank you Neale for writing about Mechanics of the Mind and System of the Soul, I really think it will unblock some problem areas and I am very excited to tell others about it.
    ...more info
  • Best Read on Personal Change and Development!
    Those familiar with the Conversations-with-God material will find it particularly easy to acquaint themselves with Neale Donald Walsch's approach to personal change in a world of continual uncertainty, turmoil and change. This is highly recommended reading material and it puts the CWG-material into a change context in an ideal, effective and personalized way. What else is there to do to go beyond the CWG material, a challenge in its own right?

    The book comes at the right time and provides a wealth of information and tools on how to become a master of one's own change instead of a victim hunted down by circumstances. The material is far superior and a great deal more tangible than many an academic book on Change Management in use today. Keep Neale's book on the shelf and in your heart and perhaps selectively add more (corporate) stuff from John P. Kotter and William Bridges (those two will pretty much do the trick), and you'll be ready for the troubled waters ahead.
    ...more info