If I believe God communicates with each of us through our conscience does that mean I believe in a personal God?
If it is communicating with you, you are relating to it as a person. For example, you don't think of energy or biological life as communicating with you. The only things that communicate with you are persons, such as a human or a cat.
Actually, this can be considered in various ways. For one thing, it depends on your metaphysical view and I know from your posts in the other thread that you're a metaphysical dualist, i.e. physicality is real and there is also another higher reality that is also real, as opposed to physicalism, that only the physical is real, or my view, idealism, that only the higher reality is real while this one is illusory.
In the physicalism model and dualist models, when you feel physical pain it IS biology communicating with you, specifically, the community of cells that make up your body, even though we don't consider this 'communication' in the everyday sense. Going higher up the chain in both of these models it is the energy of the singularity that is communicating with you when you burn your finger on a stove or something. That's in absolute terms by way of energy > subatomic particles > lighter elements > stars > heavier elements > chemistry > biology > you. In relative terms, it's just the cells of your body or neurophysiology that is communicating with 'you' (however the self is defined).
In absolute terms within the physicalism model, your conscious is just the energy of the singularity's way of 'saying' (via biological evolution), "hey man, don't hurt this other part of me (another person), or don't hurt yourself with this destructive behavior you're engaging in. You're giving me an inflammation here. I need healing. Do the right thing." In relative terms in the physicalism model, your conscious is only the the cells of your body or neurophysiology communicating with you, just as with physical pain.
I get the impression though, that you don't view the conscious as being a part of your biology. It seems that you view the conscious as part of the spiritual side, while physical pain is part of physical side. In that case it does seem to indicate a personal God, that is not synonymous with yourself, who is directly communicating with 'you,' an entity that is distinct from God.
In my view, God is neither impersonal nor personal, and
both in both relative and absolute terms. In relative terms, it is impersonal when considering the totality of the universe but personal when considering a specific part of that totality that we consider an individual being, such as a cat. And in absolute terms, God is simply non-dual, so there can be no distinction between personal and impersonal.