Neale Donald Walsch, best-selling author of the 'Conversations with God' series, recently checked in with Rod and Steph to discuss his upcoming appearance as part of the New Year, New You expo -- get the interview here.

Neale started out by giving us an idea of what type of discussion we can expect at 'An Evening with Neale Donald Walsch' on February 2nd, by posing one of life's most troubling questions. "How is it possible for almost 7 billion of us to all want the same things -- health, peace, prosperity, opportunity and so forth -- and not be able to get it?"

"I mean, you would think that an evolved species, which we claim to be -- which has been trying now, by the way, for thousands of years to produce these outcomes for the largest number of us -- would be able to do it.," Walsch continued." But after thousands of years we continue to fail. If this were an experiment in a science lab or medical lab research project we would've given up long ago, clear that there must be some data missing data. There must be something that we don't fully understand here, the understanding of which would change everything. How is it possible actually that we can send a man to the moon, we can clone sheep, we can unravel the human genome, but ... can't produce the results we hoped they would produce?"

Rod then asked if Walsch's main goal was to get people to think, to which he replied, "To think and then to join what I'm calling a civil rights movement for the soul." Neale expanded on the statement, saying, "Freeing humanity at last from the oppression of its beliefs in a violent, angry and vindictive God and from a system that says we are separate from each other and must compete with each other in order to get what we say we really want. It's killing us."

Neale further explained the meaning behind the title of his book and whether he really has 'Conversations with God.' Check out the full video below, hear more of Neale's thoughts on the human soul and come see him speak live at the New Year, New You Expo February 2nd at the Holiday Inn Gateway Centre.

Hear the Full Interview Here