If you really want to know how spiritually awake you are, spend time around other people. For each of our relationships - from the brief interaction with the barista to our bonds with lifelong partners or family members - reflect back to us our predominant state of consciousness. On Enlightened Relationships, Eckhart Tolle offers an insightful two-session program for bringing the transformational power of presence into this often challenging yet deeply rewarding area of our lives.
Session one explores the arising of a new consciousness on the planet, and how more and more of us are beginning to experience a shift from an egoic, thought-based identity to the realization of what Eckhart calls our essential "Being" nature. Session two offers a practical look at how this emerging awareness impacts our relationships, as well as the steps we can take to welcome "the vertical dimension" of space and stillness as the source of true connection and harmonious relationships.
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Eckhart not only points to the way, his Conscious state of being in the moment allow the words to flow through him, whereby you too experience being in moment, NOW.
"Inimitable, accessible, enjoyable"
Existing fans of Eckhart Tolle will not be disappointed here. Nor would I expect newcomers to be either. It is instantly accessible to both.
Tolle speaks in his usual relaxed tones and with plenty of humour. It would be virtually impossible for anyone not to identify with his experiences of relationships.
Of course, this is tied in with how relationships, particularly familial and intimate ones, are absolute leaders in pulling unconscious behaviour patterns to the surface.
It's a humbling listen and there's many a wry smile to be had... perhaps a chuckle or two. The vibe of the room is captured simply and makes this an enjoyable reminder of the power of presence.
I highly recommend it to everyone.
"the future- this lovable man will be like jesu"
Eckhart has cuanged my life. and my soul....embrace him. can anyone fault what he says?
i love him.
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