The film chronicles the dramatic journey of a down and out man who inadvertently becomes a spiritual messenger and bestselling author.
In the Film, Neale Donald Walsch's character is played by Henry Czerny.
"Trust the love that flows through you. Trust the truth that lives within you. Trust the process of Life Itself that IS you. It will bring to you the exact way, the perfect conditions, and just the right moments to allow you to become the message you wish to send. Trust in this process, and you will have this experience."
- Tomorrow's God (p 37)
In 'Friendship with God' , Walsch writes that God presents four concepts which are central to the entire dialogue:
1. We are all One.
2. There's Enough.
3. There's Nothing We Have to Do.
4. Ours Is Not A Better Way, Ours Is Merely Another Way.
Existence is essentially non dual in nature. At the highest level there is no separation between anything and there is only one of us; there is only God, and everything is God. The second statement, following from the first, means that we, in this seeming existence, lack nothing and if we choose to realize it, we have enough of whatever we think we need (or the means to create it) within us. The third statement combines the first two to conclude that God, being all there is and is thus always sufficient unto Itself, has no need of anything and therefore has no requirements of humanity. The final concept puts an end to our need to always be right. Given that we have and are everything, and there's nothing we have to do, there are an infinite number of ways to experience this, not just the one way we may have chosen so far.
According to the books, God recommends many economic and social changes if people want to make a more functional, adaptable, and sustainable world and recommends that more attention should focus on the environment. The conversations also speak of reincarnation and the existence of life on other planets.
An Excerpt from "Conversations With God" Part 3
“Walsch: You mean I can avoid the Earth shifting on its axis, or being smashed by a meteor, or being crumpled by earthquakes, or be caught in the confusing and hysterical aftermath of Y2K?
God: You can definitely avoid being affected negatively by any of that.
Walsch: That wasn’t what I asked You.
God: But it is what I answered. Face the future fearlessly, understanding The Process and seeing the perfection of it all. That peace, that serenity that calmness will lead you away from most of the experiences and outcomes others would have called “negative.”
God continued:… I am saying that once before on your planet you had reached the heights – beyond the heights, really, – to which you now are slowly climbing. You had a civilization on Earth more advanced than the one now existing. And it destroyed itself. Not only did it destroy itself, it nearly destroyed everything else as well. It did this because it did not know how to deal with the very technologies it had developed. Its technological evolution was so far ahead of its spiritual evolution that it wound up making technology its God.
Walsch: This all happened here, on this Earth?
Walsch: Are you talking about the Lost City of Atlantis?
God: Some of you have called it that.
Walsch: And Lemuria? The land of Mu?
God: That is also part of your mythology.
Walsch: So then it is true? We did get to that place before?
God: Oh beyond it, My Friend. Way beyond it.
Walsch: And we did destroy ourselves?
God: Why are you surprised? You’re doing the same thing now.”
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