Neale Donald Walsch: Growing Out of Our Story of Separation

In this amazing episode of Cutting Edge Consciousness, author Neale Donald Walsch joins Barnet and Freeman for a powerful conversation about the state of our awareness. There is a fundamental story of separation that distorts our perception of reality. The popular story about God, also known as religion, tends to perpetuate a story of separation, where God is separate from us. This separation theology leads to a separation cosmology, which leads to separation psychology, which leads to separation sociology – all of this creates a separation pathology (pathological behaviors of self-destruction).

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anhaible@comcast.net 14th November 2014 1:15 pm

Thank you for the posting. I do want to point out that much of what is said here is found in A Course in Miracles. Walsch's concept of separation ideology is the major concept of A Course. Indeed, the concept of "Atonement" (so often considered as acceptance of guilt and repentance in traditional Christian theology) simply means "at one ment."
The realization and experience of "at one ment" is synonymous with the traditional Christian concept of "salvation."
It is good to see this concept being discussed openly and broadly.
Last, I would urge caution on mixing the terms "consciousness" and "awareness."
I disagree that most of us are conscious. As was so aptly stated in the beginning of the interview, most of us have a cognitive understand of consciousness, but we do not apply it in daily life. Consciousness is the state of knowing I AM as the witness to all activities of daily living. Substituting the term "awareness" detracts from this message and confuses the terms. Awareness is a state pure being and does not involve consciousness being aware of itself.

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Cutting Edge Consciousness Show

Cutting Edge Consciousness Show

This radio series (and YouTube Videos) examines new ideas, exploring new ways to think of, and view, the world. Film-maker Barnet Bain ("What Dreams May Come", "Celestine Prophecy" etc.) joins life coach and author Freeman Michaels to discuss the "cutting edge" of consciousness.

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