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Bringing Stillness into Everyday Life | [Eckhart Tolle]

Bringing Stillness into Everyday Life

The conditioning of the human mind is what is keeping human beings trapped in a never ending sense that they are never achieving fulfillment and happiness. This talk will help you recognize what is that which is defined as conditioning, and how it is affecting us – our happiness, or sense of peace, and our civilization and planet. We all have the ability to step out of this compulsive stream of thought, even if for a minute, to access the deepness of life that is vastly more interesting that the world of forms.
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The conditioning of the human mind is what is keeping human beings trapped in a never ending sense that they are never achieving fulfillment and happiness. This talk will help you recognize what is that which is defined as conditioning, and how it is affecting us – our happiness, or sense of peace, and our civilization and planet. We all have the ability to step out of this compulsive stream of thought, even if for a minute, to access the deepness of life that is vastly more interesting that the world of forms. Eckhart Tolle not only helps us identify when a thought stream has taken over our mind, but gives us some hints on how to access presence, an inner stillness, that will help take us out of that state.

©2002 Eckhart Tolle; (P)2004 Eckhart Teachings, Inc.

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    Lauae Cox Houston, Texas 03-31-11
    Lauae Cox Houston, Texas 03-31-11 Member Since 2005

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    "Great listen"

    Having read previous books, I understood that his breaks help condition the mind to be patient and open to the stillness inbetween phrases. It's a training to experience the stillness, not try to fill it with thought or an urge to rush. Great book to relax to, almost a medetative trance sort of listen. I use his techniques to help cut off negetive self talk, judgements of others and that sort of distracting/perasive stress. I would, however, suggest listening to his a new earth first as it introduces you well to a new way of thinking and makes this book even more vaulable.

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    Trevor Miami, FL, United States 02-11-11
    Trevor Miami, FL, United States 02-11-11
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    "I never knew life on earth could be so good"

    Eckhart Tolle continues to awaken me with his easy to understand guide to enlightenment. It is so funny how lost I was before Eckhart Tolle

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    Melanie Minneapolis, MN, USA 01-31-09
    Melanie Minneapolis, MN, USA 01-31-09 Member Since 2006
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    "creepy"

    This recording is unpleasant. Tolle's voice is creepy and you can hear him breathing and chuckling. It is hard to follow and doesn't really make any sort of positive impact - not sure how this guy got so famous.

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