Hearing Tolle speak.
I love the compilation which includes some of Tolle's greatest words of wisdom. But between each recording is the publisher's message which becomes very annoying after the second repetition.
Eckhart Tolle has achieved a peaceful state of being. Along with that he has achieved personal success. It would seem that Eckhart, on occasion, has made errors in certain statements regarding Buddhism. One, that I recall, was how Buddhism prejudices women. I'm not sure where Eckhart got this from but Shakyamuni allowed women to join his monastic. His own aunt became a nun. He, in my opinion, makes other errors regarding Buddhism. Another oddity was his teaching of a new movement on Earth, that is, humanity finally becoming enlightened in a big way. The human condition, to me, seems anything but enlightened, nor is it headed this way. I thought that maybe he knows as this sort of thing is what he does for a living. At the end of the listen he is interviewed. The interviewer must have picked this up too as she asks Eckhart the very same question. She is also doubtful of humanity becoming enlightened. Eckhart responded that it may just be that he is thinking this because he sees so many people that seem to be making a change for the better and that maybe humanity on a whole is not really becoming any more enlightened, peaceful, etc. This, I believe, was an honest answer from Eckhart. I do believe he has attained a certain level of enlightenment and this listen is pleasant if nothing else. His popularity, at least in part, seems to come from his simple, peaceful way. Namaste!
I always love his work. If The world perceived life the way he does, it would be a much more peaceful and wonderful world to live in! At least my Life and happiness has improved because of his work. I encourage others to at least try reading his work and I hope that they can at least find some form of improvement in their lives
IT's recorded at live event or at his home. Too much back ground noise.
More professional. Should read the book instead of lecture.
Use the voice of a professional reader.
New material and not the same as previous works. I'm a big fan of his work but this book was more of the old.
Narrator was good.
Needs new material.
Love is the only way to describe how I feel about this book. Being given the ability to see and understand what for so long I was searching for is a blessing. I try to listen every day to this audio book because it helps me to find myself in this great big world. Integrating all the information or as much of it as I possibly can, has increased my awareness of my own ego and has shown me how it has been preventing happiness from growing inside of me. I am beginning to live in the moment, asking myself important and self revealing questions and beginning to pull myself back much easier from the darkest moods which consumed me for years. I think about the pain body and visualize it gobbling up my painful thoughts and spiraling my negative emotions out of control. For some reason this makes me laugh because I see Pak Man eating up those ghosts and then I am free to choose whether I want to be miserable or happy. Listening to this book has transformed my soul into the light and has given me love in ways I never knew. Thank you for guiding me. Your book is priceless.
It is difficult for people to gain such deep insight from life, but it is much easier when a teacher gained these experiences and explained to the public.
A book I will read over and over!
Have none, looking for more like this book..
N/A Tolle is unique..
From beginning to the end.. All of it!!
I like both versions. I like to pick up the book and open it , reading from wherever the book fell open. It is so full of wisdom that it doesn't matter which section or chapter I choose-it's all good.
The audio is wonderful while resting, going to sleep or when I have time to sit quietly, without distractions for a half or full hour.
All of it.
enlightening, accessible, uplifting
In this format, ET appears to be more relaxed and addresses an audience directly which makes what he is saying more accessible and immediate.
Living in the now. Making room for more presence.