"Incredible and life-changing"
This book is unbelievable. Eckhart Tolle's words resonated so deeply with many of my own experiences and difficult times. He makes life seem so simple and straightforward somehow. This book is very empowering, uplifting and has real power to change lives... I plan to listen to it at least once a month to remind myself about all that is wonderful about life and the human condition. I just can't recommend it highly enough.
The author was voted 4th most influential spiritual guide for 2016 by Watkins' magazine and yet I can't get past the feeling that Eckhart is deliberately obfuscatory - I always struggled with the Trinity and struggle no less to understand what it is he has to say. I would have to be very bored to consider listening again.
"Potentially life changing"
Although I am not religious and found some of the referring to religious texts somewhat awkward. I cannot argue with the overall teachings and philosophy contained within this book.
As Eckhart says we really do have nothing except the now and if we can embrace that everything in life changes and only gets better.
"excellent guide for those who are seeking change"
I thought this book was excellent. I've never thought about a lot of the subjects it covers...but it makes sense and is delivered in an easy to understand way.
I found this book exceptionally powerful, anyone who dwells in the past and struggles to stay focused on the present moment I would highly recommend.
Love listening while on the train travelling into or from work.
Well narrated by Eckhart
"enlightening and comforting"
I absolutely loved this. it is a 'must read' for anyone who has a sense that there is more to life than work or shopping. Tolle's voice is hypnotically calm and I wanted to say 'yes' to everything he says.
A fantastic book, which has put on the path of enlightenment. I feel the fog of depression lifting as I learn and practice my presence.
mind blowing, liberating, listened to this over and over again
will refer to it often
Really fantastic, I was already following some of the principles in the book, but the book really cleared things up for me