I enjoyed the book.Eckart has explained the subject excellently.It is very difficult to explain somethign which cannot be explained and Echart is brilliant.This was my first experience with Echart and am satisfied.Good Audio.
Eckhart Tolle shares this ancient knowledge in an extraordinarily accessible way - for a western mind. I found the laughter a delightful expression of the waves of joy that come with a taste of consciousness becoming aware of itself.
Just to set the record straight, I reviewed Meditation and Psychotherapy accidently as another book I got, unfortunately it will not allow me to change anything but the stars, Audible said you cannot change it or delete. the book is AWESOME! Tara Brach is Awesome! The book I was rating I returned and was aweful. sorry
Not sure, have most of his work.
No one, wouldn't listen to Tolle's teachings without him narrating
It has some basics that I have heard from him and learned already but for someone new this might be helpful
I have become more present since listening to Tolle's teachings and most of his teachings are outstanding, this one is things he already talks about in the Power of Now and New Earth and other messages, but the member of the audience that you don't notice much until the second recording truly is annoying and even though I could tune him out for the most part, I didn't think this was worth the credit.
I have both of Tolle's books, but this siminar is a different experience and a very pleasant listen. His voice is so slow and soothing. He shows his excellent and subtle sense of humor. I can listen again and again.
Here and now
Fantastic if you follow Tolle, but I think it would leave you confused or mystified if you hadn't read his books. If you have then it another fantastic adventure.
the acoustics, the volume, the crowd asks questions that arent audible.
i love eckhart - i just couldnt hear it.
its not the content - its the audio.
What begins as one man speaking from spirit and one man laughing evolves into the joy of the entire group. This set of sessions is truly enlightening and the levity deepens the understanding and helps for the listener to "get the joke" that is the human experience.
Listening to Eckhart Tolle puts me into a good place and has become a part of my daily routine. He gives me a lot of food for thought for making decisions from a place of stillness, working with minimal effort by "not thinking" whenever possible, and "allowing" whatever happens without rushing to fix it (including one's own negative self talk and emotions). He's calming and entertaining, and I enjoy this particular recording more than the other ones of him that I've heard.
The variable narration speed is kind of essential when listening to Tolle. Sometimes you listen to him at double speed and it sounds normal, because Tolle is slow. But sometimes that's what you need.
I found "Your Brain at Work" by David Rock to provide a neurology-based intellectual foundation for many things Eckhart Tolle discusses. That book is about self awareness as well, and I've found it to complement Tolle's work.
If you liked the book the Power of Now, this book will provide you with more insight on the matter. It is worth!