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Ending the Illusion of Separation from God

Ending the Illusion of Separation from God

Neale Donald Walsch: “In more advanced civilizations You do not observe these characteristics? And what do You mean by duality?”

God: “The level of a society’s advancement is reflected, inevitably, in the degree of its duality thinking. Social evolution is demonstrated by movement towards unity, not separatism.”

Neale Donald Walsch: “Why? Why is unity such a yardstick?”

God: “Because unity is the truth. Separatism is the illusion. As long as a society sees itself as separate—a series or collection of separate units—it lives in the illusion.

All of life on your planet is built on separatism; based in duality.

You imagine yourselves to be separate families or clans, gathered in separate neighborhoods or states, collected in separate nations or countries, comprising a separate world, or planet.

You imagine your world to be the only inhabited world in the universe. You imagine your nation to be the finest nation on earth. You imagine your state to be the best state in the nation, and your family the most wonderful in the state.

Finally, you think that you are better than anyone else in your family. Oh, you claim you don’t think any of this, but you act as if you do.

Your true thoughts are reflected every day in your social decisions, your political conclusions, your religious determinations, your economic choices, and your individual selections of everything from friends to belief systems to your very relationship with God. That is, Me.

You feel so separate from Me that you imagine I won’t even talk to you. And so you are required to deny the veracity of your own experience. You experience that you and I are One, but you refuse to believe it. Thus you are separate not only from each other, but from your own truth.”

- Conversations with God, Book 3

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

“You are so caught up in the illusion, you are so deep in the illusion, that you cannot see past it. Indeed, you must not for the illusion to continue. This is the Divine Dichotomy.

You must deny Me if you are to continue seeking to become Me. And that is what you are wanting to do. Yet you cannot become what you already are. So denial is important. It is a useful tool.

Until it is not anymore.

The master knows that denial is for those who are choosing to have the illusion continue. Acceptance is for those who choose now for the illusion to end.”

- Conversations with God, Book 3

“Acceptance, proclamation, demonstration. Those are the three steps to God. Acceptance of Who and What You Really Are. Proclamation of it for all the world to hear. And demonstration in every way.

Self-proclamation is always followed by demonstration. You will demonstrate your Self to be God—even as you now demonstrate what you think of your Self. Your
whole life is a demonstration of that.

Yet with this demonstration will come your greatest challenge. For the moment you stop denying your Self, others will deny you.

The moment you proclaim your Oneness with God, others will proclaim your partnership with Satan.

The moment you speak the highest truth, others will say you speak the lowest blasphemy.

And, as happens with all masters who gently demonstrate their mastery, you will be both worshipped and reviled, elevated and denigrated, honored and crucified. Because while for you the cycle will be over, those who are still living in the illusion will not know what to make of you.”

- Conversations with God, Book 3

“The game does go on. Because one or two of you end the cycle of illusion, that does not end the game—not for you, and not for the other players.

The game is not ended until All-in-All becomes One again. Even then it is not ended. For in the moment of divine reunion, All with All, will the bliss be so magnificent, so intense, that I-We-You will literally burst wide open with gladness, exploding with joy—and the cycle will begin all over again.

It will never end, My child. The game will never end. For the game is life itself, and life is Who We Are.”

- Conversations with God, Book 3

Neale Donald Walsch: “What happens to the individual element, or “Part of All,” as You call it, which rises to mastery, which achieves all- knowing?”

God: “That master knows that only his part of the cycle is complete. She knows that only her experience of the illusion has ended.

Now the master laughs, because the master sees the master plan. The master sees that even with her completion of the cycle, the game goes on; the experience continues. The master then also sees the role he may now play in the experience. The master’s role is to lead others to mastery. And so the master continues to play, but in a new way, and with new tools. For seeing the illusion allows the master to step outside of it. This the master will do from time to time when it suits his purpose and pleasure. Thus she proclaims and demonstrates her mastery, and he is called God/Goddess by others.

When all in your race are led to mastery and achieve it, then your race as a whole (for your race is a whole) will move easily through time and space (you will have mastered the laws of physics as you understood them) and you will seek to assist those belonging to other races and other civilizations in coming to mastery as well.”

Neale Donald Walsch: “Even as those of other races and other civilizations are doing so now, with us?”

God: “Exactly. Precisely.

Neale Donald Walsch: “And only when all the races of all the universe have achieved mastery—“

God: “—or, as I would put it, only when All of Me has known the Oneness—“

Neale Donald Walsch: “—will this part of the cycle end.”

God: “You have put it wisely. For the cycle itself will never end.”

Neale Donald Walsch: “Because the very ending of this part of the cycle is the cycle itself!

God: “Bravo! Magnifico! You have understood!”

- Conversations with God, Book 3

Neale Donald Walsch: “You’ve said it, and I am now beginning, even in my limited perception, to understand it. None of this is really “real,” is it?”

God: “No. You are living an illusion. This is a big magic show. And you are pretending that you don’t know the tricks—even though you are the magician.

It is important to remember this, otherwise you will make everything very real.”

- Conversations with God, Book 3