What is the Evolution Revolution?
It’s really quite simple. If you’re totally okay with life on this planet right now—or if you think things are sad, but you can’t do anything about it—this is not for you. If, on the other hand, you see yourself as having the power, working with other committed people, to effect real change, then you have come to the right place.
But let’s be very clear at the outset: Despite having the word ‘revolution’ in our name, we are not supporting violence of any kind. On the contrary, what we propose is quite the opposite; social change through spiritual awakening producing impactful compassion. We are calling for the most dramatic shift in fundamental beliefs in human history.
Yet this is not about starting a new religion. This is about showing, in very clear terms at last, that there IS common ground, where all religions and non-believers can come together for the benefit of all humankind.
This is about changing the world as it is.
A very important question was posted on the Internet recently by Karlheinz Kohler, who lives in Dornbirn, regarding the foundational messages upon which the Evolution Revolution is based. You’re invited to read it here.
It’s a very short video, but it will explain in graphic terms why I am inviting you to join with me and thousands of others from around the world in a global movement to alter life as we are now experiencing it on this planet.
I know this is asking a lot (many of us just do not have the time or the patience or the attention span anymore to take anything more than 30 seconds to a minute with anything on the Internet….and this video is just over 6 minutes long. So this is asking a lot. But when you see this video, you will understand everything about why this website and this movement exists, and you will want to share it with everyone you know.)
This video was placed on Facebook recently and within three days had over 80,000 Views and was Shared over 2,500 times. I hope as your Act of Revolution that you will now view it and share it, too. https://www.facebook.com/NealeDonaldWalsch/videos/vb.40638047343/10152916758902344/
Click here to download a pdf of 1000 Words that Would Change the World.
This is the document you will need to download and copy as part of our continuing Spiritual Activism Outreach, which we are calling “2015: The Time of Our Advancement.” Please copy on both sides of the paper as we only want one sheet of paper for distribution during this year. (The 5 Steps to Peace are in this document). Click here to download a pdf of 1000 Words that Would Change the World.
The following 1,000 words, embraced and acted on, could change everything for the better on Earth in one generation:
* You think you are being terrorized by other people, but in truth you are being terrorized by your beliefs. Your experience of yourself and your world will shift dramatically if you adopt the Five Steps to Peace:
(1) Permit yourself to acknowledge that some of your old beliefs about God and about Life are no longer working.
(2) Explore the possibility that there is something you do not fully understand about God and about Life, the understanding of which would change everything.
(3) Announce that you are willing for new understandings of God and Life to now be brought forth,understandings that could produce a new way of life on this planet.
Messages from Neale
I have just returned from Bulgaria and Italy, where I had the wonderful opportunity to speak to hundreds of people about the foremost challenge facing our species today. That challenge is to solve this continuing riddle:
How is it possible that 8 billion members of a single species could all say they want the same thing — survival, safety, security, peace, prosperity, opportunity, happiness, and love — and be utterly unable to produce it…even after trying for thousands of years?
Is it possible that there is something we don’t fully understand about about Life, the understanding of which would change everything? Could there be something we do not fully understand about ourselves, and about each other, the understanding of which would alter our lives forever for the better?
If we do not solve this mystery, we run the risk of bringing a sad ending to The Human Experiment on this planet within the next half century — or sooner. We will absolutely end our adventure here if we simply refuse to even acknowledge that the questions exist, much less that it is fair to ask them and vital to answer them.
I have written the following in the Introduction to my next book, Understanding Humanity/Demonstrating Divinity (to be published in 2017):
The problem is, most human beings do not know who they are. There is enormous confusion about our True Nature and our Real Identity.
Actually, there’s more than confusion. There’s denial. Innocent, but widespread, denial.
Put confusion and denial together and you’ve got the perfect recipe for making big mistakes. Or, to put it another way, decision-making in life on Earth.
We’ve made some progress, yes. Apologists will point out how far humanity has advanced as a civilization. And they are accurate in pointing out that things are not as bad as they used to be. But is that it? Is that the most we can say about our global experience? Can we at least also say that our civilization has at last become civilized?
You be the judge.
More than 1.5 billion people do not have electricity on this planet in this, the 21stCentury. A higher number, over 1.6 billion, have no access to clean water. A much higher number still, over 2.5 billion, do not have basic sanitation. That’s right, in the first quarter of the 21st century over a quarter of the world’s people are without toilets.
But these are simply inconveniences. Some 19,000 children die each day on this planet from preventable health issues, such as malaria, diarrhea and pneumonia.
Wait. We’re not done. Over 650 children die every hour on Earth of starvation.
In the meantime, 85 of the world’s richest people hold more wealth than 3.5 billion…that’s half the planet’s population…combined. And the value system of millions insists there’s nothing wrong with this, and that this final statistic has nothing to do with the earlier ones.
So what do you think? Are we a civilized species?
We’re still creating and threatening the use of weapons of mass destruction as our only defense in a global community that has found it impossible to create a way to simply get along. Is this civilized?
We’re still killing human beings intentionally as a means of teaching human beings that killing humans beings intentionally is not okay—and we fail to see the contradiction. Does this make sense?
We’re still claiming that a loving God does not want people who cherish each other to marry each other if they are the same gender as each other—or even if they are not the same gender, but are of different races, religions, tribes or cultures. Is this our definition of love?
We’re still brutally killing and eating the flesh of other intelligent animals, pretending that they’re not intelligent enough to know that they are suffering from how they are raised and how they are slaughtered—or that it doesn’t matter even if they do experience suffering. Is this how we measure what we label that which is humane?
We’re still smoking and ingesting known carcinogens, ignoring how huge numbers of us are suffering from what we are doing to ourselves, and we’re still abusing alcohol and drugs, pretending that these are substances we can handle—all the while we’re not handling them at all. Is this a measure of our intelligence?
And it’s not just each of our individual behaviors that raise the question of whether we’re civilized. Today even a casual observer can see that not one of the collaboratively created systems, institutions and devices that our civilization has put into place to help us become civilized is doing anything of the sort.
It’s worse than that. They’re actually doing exactly the opposite.
Our political systems are creating nothing but disagreement and disarray. Our economic systems are actually increasing poverty and the divide between those who have more than enough and those who have not nearly enough. Our social systems are actually increasing disparity, prejudice, injustice and despair.
And perhaps most dysfunctional of all, our spiritual systems are producing not a deeper sense of godliness and goodwill, unity and oneness among Earth’s people, but, instead, the kind of intolerance, anger, cruelty, hatred, and righteousness that leads not just to holier-than-thou separation, but to holier-than-thou killing.
What gives here? What’s going on with the human race that it cannot see what it’s doing to itself? Where is humanity’s blind spot?
Might it be time to ask those questions above? I’ve asked them before, in other writings, in television interviews, and in workshops, seminars, and lectures across the globe. But the questions keeps arising, now more insistently than ever, leading us to ask another question:
Is there any hope? Are we really nothing more than a species of immature beings run amok, blowing up H-bombs under the ground to prove our invincibility while dismantling our planet’s under-layer in the process—then wondering why we’re seeing such an increase is earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanoes?
Have we so lost our collective mind as to think that the way to stop terrorism and killing on our streets and in our schools is for everybody in the world to carry a gun, reverting back to America’s Wild West when the most important question was, “Who is quickest on the draw?”
Have we so lost our collective will as to simply throw up our hands in frustration as wars and battles for supremacy create refugee crises rendering millions homeless?
Have we so lowered our collective standards as to find it actually preferable for divisiveness, rudeness, insults and tasteless verbal bullying to become the hallmark of political leadership?
Is this what we have come to? Gun-toting, fist-pumping, verbal-bashing, jaw-jutting, loud-mouthed intimidators and strong-armed tyrants daring anyone to stand up for what is gentle, peaceful, compassionate, understanding, forgiving, and—God forbid—loving?
If we can’t even agree on how to disagree, can we possibly agree on how to be agreeable? Can we ever become experientially aware that there is such a thing as Divinity—much less be Divinely inspired, Divinely motivated, Divinely activated, Divinely expressed, and Divinely realized in our daily lives?
Yes, we can.
But what the world needs now is a different approach to explaining our gentle, loving Deity, replacing our fearful, righteous and condemning way of warning each other about what so many have claimed for so long to be a fearful, righteous, and condemning God.
We need a sweet, kind, and tender way of exploring how we may all know and experience our highest self and express our True Nature. And that starts with understanding.
We’re being invited by the increasingly challenging events of Life Itself to move to a new level of comprehension regarding who we really are, why we are really here, and what we are really able, and choosing, to express and experience.
We’ve solved scientific mysteries, we’ve performed medical miracles, we’ve created technological marvels, but we have failed to solve the most fundamental problem: How to simply get along. We have also failed to understand the one thing we would most benefit from understanding: Ourselves.
For our species, understanding Humanity and its relationship to Divinity must be the next most worthy goal, the next most important objective, the next most urgent undertaking if we are to collectively create a life that allows our species to move forward, not backward, on its evolutionary path, and if we are to each live a life that makes sense to our soul.
Understanding Humanity will equip us to eliminate our human-made problems, and will give us the tools to meet many of the challenges that we have claimed and declared to be presented by Nature as well (ignoring, in the past, the fact that human choices, decisions, and actions have produced so many of them).
Understanding Humanity thus is—for our entire species and for you, individually—the Most Urgent Exploration. Everything else pales in importance by comparison. So then, shall we get on with it?
Many of the mornings on many of the days in the lives of many of the people on this planet, it’s not very easy to find a very good reason to throw back the covers and get out of bed.
Life feels like a struggle mentally, physically, and emotionally from morning to night, with no letup in sight, no relief on the way, no abatement on the horizon. If it isn’t one thing, it’s another…and the challenges don’t seem to be getting smaller, but just the opposite.
What’s the point of it all?, we ask…and it’s a fair question. It all ends in death? That’s it? We’ve gone through all of this for nothing?
We might as well make the best of it while we’re here, because there’s nothing more to it than that? The entirety of our Journey is the experience we’re having right here, right now — added to the experience we’ve had from our birth to this point, and that we’re going to have from this point until our death?
None of it has any implication or reason, purpose or function, consequence or ramification beyond that, and none of it has any significance or meaning except that which we, ourselves, invent (or what we allow our culture to convince us is “true”)?
I mean, really…?
Well, let’s see here. We’re told by many, many people that this is not the way it is. Our lives are more than meaningless meanderings through days and nights of aimless moments and purposeless existence, they say. There is a reason we are here, there is a point to it all, and that is what gives us the motivation to throw back the covers in the morning and lumber out of slumber to venture into The Adventure once more.
Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more…
I love Shakespeare, because he was more than one of the world’s most prolific, powerful, and poetic writers. He was a metaphysician of the first rank. He deeply understood the deeper aspects or the deepest reality we call Life. So I quote Shakespeare often, and sometimes, with a fond knowing that I have his total blessing, I may paraphrase or even ever so slightly alter his words to reflect my application of their present-day meaning.
Shakespeare wrote those words in Henry V, Act III, Scene I. The king was encouraging his soldiers before attacking an enemy. And while these are words before going to war, I know that Shakespeare meant them as more. As with all of his writing, they were replete with multiple meaning. Thus, this passage has been quoted for centuries as it may apply to each of our own “inner wars” — the internal struggle in which every human being engages as we rise up with courage each morn to face whatever onslaught the day may bring.
And so here is my own offering, with some abbreviation and tiny modification, when I quote this passage in the context of our daily battle with the human mind’s greatest enemy: a misunderstanding of what is occurring, why it is occurring, and what this entire life is really about:
Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more…
…in peace there’s nothing so becomes a man
as modest stillness and humility:
But when the blast of life’s struggles blows in our ears,
then imitate the action of the tiger. . .
…now set the teeth and stretch the nostril wide,
hold hard the breath and bend up every spirit
to its full height. On, on, you Noblest One…!
…Show us here the mettle of your pasture; let us swear
that you are worth your breeding;
for there is none of you so mean and base,
that hath not noble lustre in your eyes.
I see you stand like greyhounds in the slips,
straining upon the start. The game’s afoot;
follow your spirit…!
Ah, yes, my lovelies…the game’s afoot. But what, exactly, is the game? That becomes the question of the day.
It has been the question from Day One. And now comes the answer, yet one more time, from one more source, in terms so clear, and words so simple and direct, that it cannot be misunderstood anymore.
We have heard the answer before, for sure. But from so many places and in so many ways, we no longer know what to believe.
Our more traditional religions tell us that the “game” is getting back to Heaven; returning to God; finding our way to Paradise; obtaining our Eternal Reward.
Some philosophies tell us it has nothing to do with “eternal” anything, and that our life is about exactly what we are experiencing here and now, making the most of it by giving the most to it, and being satisfied with that — which can be more than enough in a life well lived.
Some spiritual movements say it need not be an Either/Or proposition, but can be Both/And…plus, possibly, a great deal more.
In the first view — that of most of the more traditional religions — we are spiritual entities having a body and a mind, and there are rules we have to follow, things we have to do, things we have to make sure we do not do, and particular and specific ways we must accomplish all of this, in order to get back to God’s Spiritual Kingdom, from which we are told we have emerged. We are told, as well, that if we do not follow these rules, do not do these things, do not avoid these other things, and do not accomplish all of this in a certain and particular way, we will not get to God’s Spiritual Kingdom, but will be sent to the everlasting fires of hell, there to languish forever and ever in unremitting pain and unfathomable suffering as payment for our earthly transgressions — one of the most serious of which may be to have simply belonged to the wrong religion.
In the second view — that of the non-religious philosophers — we are simply (while admittedly highly sophisticated and complex) physical life forms, moving through the biological process of the Cosmos in which we are born, we live, and we die, ceasing to exist in any conscious form whatsoever thereafter, but having the ability while we are alive to affect not only the lives around us, but of those members of our species who follow us, in ways that cause us to be long remembered — and thus to give our lives meaning beyond our here-and-now existence.
In the third view, an amalgam of the first two, we are more than our biological sum and substance — and more, as well, than spiritual entities who live as obey-me-or-else subjects of a cosmic monarch
laying down the requirements for us to get back to a kingdom we can’t understand why we left in the first place.
The text we have been given in the 3,000+ pages of the Conversations with God dialogue addresses that word “more.”
If we are spiritual entities who never wanted to leave the Kingdom of God in the first place, then why did we leave? Is it possible that our Souls left that celestial location on purpose? Could we have done so not only willingly, but excitedly and joyfully?
CWG answers these questions and more, joining a long list of other sources, both ancient and contemporary, in telling us that there is a very special reason we are here, that our having been birthed was not a mere happenstance within a cosmic-wide biological process, that our lives have a purpose that stretches far beyond the end of our present-form physical/chemical expression, and that the very essence and energy of which we are comprised is identical to, and an extension of, the Essential Essence and Purest Energy of the Universe Itself, parts both seen and unseen — or what some of us have called God.
The purpose of this massive and endless process that we have chosen to call “life” is for that Essential Essence and Purest Energy to express Itself in such a way that it would know Itself in its own experience, at the same time expanding the awareness of the knowing of Its individual aspects, elements, and individuations.
Put in somewhat simpler terms, every expression of life is an expression of its Source, experiencing, displaying, and demonstrating aspects of that Source in singular and individuated form.
This means that all that lives (and if we define “lives” as that which is in motion, this would include everything) is an expression of the Divine, and the goal of all sentient beings is to become aware at higher and higher levels of the unlimited aspects of Who They Are, so that Adonai, Allah, Brahma, Elohim, God, Jehovah, Krishna, Rama, Vishnu, Yahweh, or by whatever other name our various global cultures have used to refer to that Ineffable Essence we understand to be The Divine, may experience Itself in, as, and through those beings.
That is our reason for throwing back the covers and getting up in the morning.
Is the reason enough? Is God experiencing God reason enough for some of us to experience hell? (Or what we have called “hell”?) That depends on how we are engaging with the events and circumstances of our moment-to-moment encounters.
Conversations with God tells us that “the good news is, you don’t have to go through hell to get to Heaven.”
“Oh, yeah? Well, you can’t prove it by me,” some of us may be tempted to say. But it’s true. And there are those among us who have proven it.
We can be among those. That is the promise of The Divine.
Stay tuned here. I have more to say as we explore all this further.
Hello all. Nannette here (Neale’s assistant with the Evolution Revolution).
Because you’ve asked to be “counted in” in the Evolution Revolution, I’m going to tell you how you can “kick start” this grassroots movement, really igniting it around the world.
I’ve just obtained Neale’s new book, released only last week. After reading the sample chapters of the book, I immediately bought both the Kindle version and the hardcover version of it.
The book is titled GOD’S MESSAGE TO THE WORLD: You’ve Got Me All Wrong, and to say I want to keep reading doesn’t do justice to how I feel. After the first paragraphs, the book hooked me. Those paragraphs…
IT’S NOT A SMALL THING to be wrong about God.
And if nearly everyone on the planet is wrong about God, it’s really not a small thing.
If nearly everyone on the planet has mistaken notions about God, then nearly everything that everyone on the planet is doing will not work the way it was intended. This is because the basis of so much of what they’re doing is found in so many of their beliefs about God.
And that is what I’m doing as I turn each page. Thinking. Thinking and agreeing with the divinely inspired words Neale has written.
Another line seriously popped off the first page for me: “Even those who don’t believe in God are impacted and guided by many of the fundamental principles placed into the Cultural Story by those who do.” I’d not even considered this thought, but of course, how could this not be true?
The early reaction to this new book from others has made it clear to me that God’s Message to the World: You’ve Got Me All Wrong very possibly is the play book, the jumping off point for rewriting our cultural story. Obtaining the book, reading the book and talking about it, and then “accidentally” leaving the book on a park bench or at the coffee shop or in some other public place, can be Phase One of a two-stage roll-out of the Evolution Revolution, leading up to March 12, 2015…what Neale has called “Awakening Day.”
Imagine what would happen if 700 copies of this book were ordered in one day! Such an event would place huge public attention to be focused on this document, because the title would shoot to the top of bestseller lists everywhere.
So here’s what I want to suggest:
Let everyone involved in this movement read the five sample chapters of GOD’S MESSAGE TO THE WORLD: You’ve Got Me All Wrong right now. If what you read resonates with you—if you believe this is a vital message that needs to be shared with the world—then obtain a copy of the book immediately, read the entire text, then decide where you are going to leave it “by mistake.”
That’s right! Decide to become a “Stealth Spiritual Messenger” as your first role in the Evolution Revolution by “forgetting” to take the book with you after you laid it down somewhere in public.
Okay…so to find the five sample chapters, go to:
Now I don’t want you to feel that I am overstating how powerful and important to our movement this book can be, so let me share with you just a few of the words that have been entered in the Comment string beneath where these chapters are now posted on the Internet:
Sherard Ray • Vice President at Daddy-O’s BBQ
This will be even bigger than the CwG series has been. Just as God only builds upon GodSelf, I can already see the movement this will bring to the world. I’ll be getting this one for sure.
WOW! – A REVOLUTION IS UPON THE UNIVERSE!!! I am a sacred activist for what’s birthing on earth!!!
Elna Adams • Monmouth College
What I have read here has put into words ideas that have floated vaguely at the back of my mind. I am grateful to see them in print. I love the idea of leaving books around to be found by others. Thanks, Neale.
Peter Callil • Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
This information is sorely needed at this time. Ultimately this will help change the way we view ourselves, and everyone else in the world—especially those we consider our enemies. Thank God for that.
Teresa St John · Wilmslow
Dear Neale I have just pre -ordered this book because the five chapters I have just read are brilliant. Thank you.
So now let me close by observing that everyone who agrees with the messages of Conversations with God says the same thing: “What can I do?” Now, here is something specific that you can do. Read these sample chapters. Then get this book. Then use “person-to-person marketing” to get it out into the world.
You can start people talking without you even saying a word.
Let’s get this train out of the station!
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