Although the journey is challenging, Eckhart Tolle offers simple language in a question and answer format. The words themselves are the signposts to guide you on your journey. There are new discoveries to be made along the way: you are not your mind, you can find your way out of psychological pain, authentic human power is found by surrendering to the Now. When you become fully present and accepting of what is, you open yourself to the transforming experience of The Power of Now.
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"One of the best books to come along in years. Every sentence rings with truth and power." (Deepak Chopra)
"A reminder to be truly present in our own lives and liberated from our past and future. It can transform your thinking." (O: The Oprah Magazine)
This inspiration has caused many manifestations to break forth in my life. I am an avid bible reader but this book/audio puts the scriptures in another form, which makes understanding more fruitful. I ABSOLUTELY love this inspiration and I recommend this reading to all who are open and receptive to change. Peace and blessings.
Dr. Lee Angelia Moses
If I listened to this 50 times I would still be learning new things. I can see why Oprah called him a prophet in her interview. You should take notes if you want to get more out of this. An amazing man and an amazing book. I never heard of either before this was gifted to me. I am glad I have been exposed to enlightenment.
Absolutely. I've already read it again and found I've learned something new!
Chapter 10. Surrender.
Overall for a person not versed in presence and the now, this was excellent introduction overall. The blending of various religious and meditation all beliefs helped to break down self erected barriers to listening.
The first 5 chapters were either too numerous or too long for the content provided. Towards chapters 4 and 5 I began to believe the material introduced was a repeat of that already covered and was there only to help with having the book published.
Chapters 6-8 are the ones where I felt most deeply engaged.
The audio edition is much better 1) because it's narrated by the author and his publishing partners, and 2) it feels like he's right there teaching you, emphasizing key points and concepts through his voice.
It's well organized and logical. The only chapter I didn't buy fully into was Chapter 7.
His voice and emphasis on key points and concepts is smooth, clear, and well paced.
The Silent Watcher
A must for anyone seeking presence and consciousness.
I love everything about this book. Eckhart Tolle narrating this is the thing I loved the most though. His voice is soothing and calming. He speaks in a language I understood and I have listened to this book over and over again.
How calm I felt inside. His teachings of ego was eye-opening. By listening to the questions, and Tolle's in depth explanations and answers I have learned much about being my essence and not my mind.
His melodious fluidity of speech. I also understood much clearer from listening to this book. I have a hard copy as well, but never got it the way I did through Audible.
Save the world while saving yourself. Live in the harmonious state you desire.
Thank you Audible!
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