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Take the 9 Minute Journey of Masculine Spirituality

January 14th, 2008 by Ryan

Neale Donald Walsch’s Journey Conversations with GodIt's rare to find examples of men who live  with an open heart and who understand that unconditional love is not limited to being a feminine characteristic, but rather, can be very masculine as well.

Neale Donald Walsch's 9 minute Journey speaks with powerful clarity and inspiration. 

Although the video can be enjoyed by anyone, the words and the voice provide a great role model for men looking to balance love with masculinity in their life. 

In this short video, he discusses various aspects of spirituality including:

Experiencing Joy vs Denial
Religion's view of sins and unworthiness
Asking God and Receiving
Understanding we are God also

Each sentence is spoken with empowering conviction, a higher sense of purpose, and an underlying loving encouragement.  It's a good resource to have to inject some loving power into you every now and then.

View the Video below:
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Conversations with GodBe sure to check out his popular book "Conversations with God."

Give it a look and write any comments here.  Enjoy.

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8 Responses to “Take the 9 Minute Journey of Masculine Spirituality”

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  2. Tomas Says:

    At a moment I just wanted to thank you. We are and that’s so good. As a saying goes, we are what we say – I am happy to name you my friends.
    Wow, while writing to you, I welcome myself too. I just have sensed that. Is it not the answer to why do the painters paint?

  3. Stewart Says:

    Wow…I’ve been hoping that rationality will finally win over belief in gods. And it will, one day. I think religion is on it’s last legs.

    100 years from now people will laugh at Neale Donald Walsch’s Conversations With God, and appreciate George Carlin’s scoffing of such “conversations” as babbling to a non-existent “Invisible Man In The Sky.”

  4. Stewart Says:

    Nope, did not read the book. I did watch the entire video. I’m pretty sure that pic of a lake in front of snow-capped mountains is Lake Louise in Alberta, Canada.

    Here’s part of’s editorial review:

    Neale Donald Walsch isn’t claiming to be the Messiah of a new religion, just a frustrated man who sat down one day with pen in his hand and some tough questions in his heart. As he wrote his questions to God, he realized that God was answering them… directly… through Walsch’s pen. The result, far from the apocalyptic predictions or cultic eccentricities you might expect, turns out to be matter-fact, in-your-face wisdom on how to get by in life while remaining true to yourself and your spirituality.

    OK, ok — I get it…you can find all sorts of inspirational nuggets in many faith-based texts. And from his Wikipedia entry:

    He says his books are not channelled, but rather that they are inspired by God and that they can help a person relate to Him from a modern perspective.

    I’m sorry, but everything I know about this world shows it’s almost impossible that there is any god, that beliefs like this are a form of mass delusion (and often dangerous), and, frankly, I worry about grown-ups who still have an imaginary friend.

    Every human is perfectly capable of loving themselves, loving others, and not believe in any higher being other than themselves.

  5. Ryan Says:

    Hi Tomas, Thanks for your words of appreciation. It feels as though we really are all one; so when you love yourself, you automatically start to love others as well. Hey Stewart, have you read the book? The title can easily be misinterpreted.

  6. Ryan Says:

    It seems the lines between religion and spirituality are crossing more these days. I agree that religion is outgrowing its usefulness, however spirituality and finding the God within can be very empowering, especially now.

    It could be nothing more than what others say…but if there’s even a chance that it is channeled from a higher being or inspired by cosmic consciousness, wouldn’t you want to at least check it out?

  7. ash wills Says:

    I agree with Ryan, the title can be incredibly misleading when you consider all the societal connotations of God today.

    The purest meaning of God is the universal source of consciousness. Everything and nothing and allness and in between.

    That is the ‘God’ that Walsch writes from in his books. Not some dude in the sky, instead the fabric of who we are.

    We are God, experiencing ‘himself’

  8. Ryan Says:

    Well said Ash.

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