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You are Simultaneously All Things in Existence

You are Simultaneously All Things in Existence

Neale Donald Walsch: “You implied that we exist “all the time” on different levels, or at various points, in the Space-Time Continuum.”

God: “That’s true.”

Neale Donald Walsch: “Here’s where it gets crazy. If one of the “me’s” on the Space-Time Continuum “dies,” then comes back here as another person,.. then… then, who am I? I would have to be existing as two people at once. And if I kept on doing this through all eternity, which You say I do, then I am being a hundred people at once! A thousand. A million. A million versions of a million people at a million points on the Space-Time Continuum.”

God: “Yes.”

Neale Donald Walsch: “I don’t understand that. My mind can’t grasp that.”

God: “Actually, you’ve done well. It’s a, very advanced concept, and you’ve done pretty well with it.”

Neale Donald Walsch: ”But… but… if that’s true, then “I”—the part of “me” that is immortal—must be evolving in a billion different ways in a billion different forms at a billion different points on the Cosmic Wheel in the eternal moment of now.”

God: “Right again. That’s exactly what I’m doing.”

Neale Donald Walsch: “”No, no. I said that’s what I must be doing.”

God: “Right again. That’s what I just said.”

Neale Donald Walsch: “No, no, I said—“

God: “I know what you said. You said just what I said you said. The confusion here is that you still think there’s more than one of Us here.”

Neale Donald Walsch: “There’s not?”

God: “There was never more than one of Us here. Ever. Are you just finding that out?”

- Conversations with God, Book 3

Neale Donald Walsch: “You mean I’ve just been talking to myself here?”

God: “Something like that.”

Neale Donald Walsch: “You mean You’re not God?

God: “That’s not what I said.”

Neale Donald Walsch: “You mean You are God?

God: “That’s what I said.”

Neale Donald Walsch: “But if You’re God, and You’re me, and I’m You—then … then … I’m God!”

God: “Thou art God, yes. That is correct. You grok it in fullness.”

Neale Donald Walsch: “But I’m not only God—I’m also everyone else.”

God: “Yes.”

Neale Donald Walsch: “But—does that mean that no one, and nothing else, exists but me?”

God: “Have I not said, I and My Father are One?

Neale Donald Walsch: “Yes, but…”

God: “And have I not said, We are all One?”

Neale Donald Walsch: “Yes. But I didn’t know You meant that literally. I thought You meant that figuratively. I thought it was more of a philosophical statement, not a statement of fact.”

God: “It’s a statement of fact. We are all One. That is what is meant by “whatsoever ye do unto the least of these … ye do unto me.”

Do you understand now?”

Neale Donald Walsch: “Yes.”

God: “Ah, at last. At long last.”

- Conversations with God, Book 3

Neale Donald Walsch: “When I’m with another—my spouse for instance, or my children—it feels that I am separate from them; that they are other than “me.”

God: “Consciousness is a marvelous thing. It can be divided into a thousand pieces. A million. A million times a million.

I have divided Myself into an infinite number of “pieces”—so that each “piece” of Me could look back on Itself and behold the wonder of Who and What I Am.”

- Conversations with God, Book 3