Tolle could be one of dozens of writers who distill their particular brand of eastern mystical philosophy except it isn't eastern philosophy and it isn't a distillation. In "The Power of Now" Eckhart Tolle speaks in a direct and clear manner about what seem to be sincere personal insights from persoal spiritual experience. Because it is a fisthand account, he has avoided the pitfalls of interpretation and extrapolation from obscure ancient oriental languages. Couched in language and culture that is accessible to western sisbilities, Tolle offers a lucid and concise description of the barriers that lie between most of us and "enlightenment." Persistenly avoiding abstractions, he guides his audience through practical steps to awareness and spiritual awakening.
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