i am deeply moved by the teachings of Ram Dass. I only began listening to him a year ago and he has touched my core. The teachings are transformative and soft. He describes the spiritual with a humble sincerity which will touch the open mind which is ready to move beyond the culture-at-large and the personal egoic structure.
The Way of Zen, Alan Watts~ the teachers are like book-ends, describing a full spirituality focused from the inside out, rather than dogma and belief structures...
There were parts that brought tears of joy and realization...
This beautiful listen reminded me of what is important, and to be thankful, that "like water, like light, I help things to grow." I listen to this a couple times a year, when I need to be reminded to remain open and sincere with life.
when i read the review for this recording prior to purchase, i recall comments regarding a gentleman wo laughed throughout the seminar. it is true, the gentleman laughs loud and often, but i find the laughter so full of joy, and it connects with the indwelling joy of Eckhart Tolle to such a degree that it adds a unique light to this recording. each recording/teaching is meaningful, this one, i feel is unique BECAUSE of the laughter and joyous spirit the gentleman unwittingly brought to the seminar, and was unwittingly recorded for ALL of us to share in.
this is a must-have for your audible Tolle library shelf, you will not be disappointed~and if the man's laughter bothers you, you must honestly ask, what negativity is the laughter igniting within you, and for what reason?
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