Conversations with God: Finding the Universe, Finding Yourself ----A manga version

by Neale Donald Walsch / Enmo Takenawa


174 pages / March 2011 / 1,400 yen (w/o tax)


This timeless masterpiece and best seller has finally been published in comic book form. Conversations with God, which has been read all over the world and has more than a million fans in Japan, is now available as an easy-to-understand manga.
The book tells the powerful story of how things never seemed to go the main character’s way, until by chance he began having conversations with God to find out his purpose in life.

From the table of contents

1. Material Things Are Not Important
2. The Laws of Creation
3. Thought and Behavior
4. Choices for Success
5. The Meaning of Human Relationships
6. Life’s Purpose
7. God Exists Within You

“I want you to participate in this conversation as soon as possible. What’s really important is not my story, but yours. The thing that led you to where you are now is your own path in life. Otherwise, you would have never come across this book.”
Neale Donald Walsch

From the editor

How do you turn a famous book that’s been read around the world into a comic? Quite honestly, it took a lot of time. That’s because it began as conversations between young people and God. In the end, we moved the setting to the business world in Japan and made the main character a businessman who struggles with work and life. Are you wondering what kinds of dramas will be caused by God’s advice? You’ll find the answers in this book.


Neale Donald Walsch

Neale Donald Walsch is the author of the Conversations with God series, which has been translated into 37 languages and has sold more than a million copies here in Japan. This series has been widely acclaimed by readers, had a long run on the New York Times best-seller list, and still sells well today. Presently, as well as pursuing writing, Mr. Walsch frequently gives seminars and workshops. His spiritual advice and way of life have changed lives, encouraged and healed people, and produced great spiritual growth all over the world.

Enmo Takenawa

Enmo Takenawa is a cartoonist and illustrator who resides in Tokyo. Her actual name is Sachie Hosokawa, and she was born in Nagaoka City in Niigata Prefecture. She works mainly in publishing, advertising, and on the Web. Her other works include Turning Wall Covering Complaints into Chances for Professional Development (Wall Cover Partner Group Seminar) and Unexplained Mysteries in Science (Science Eye Shinsho).