©2002 Eckhart Tolle; (P)2002 Sounds True
I always love his work. If The world perceived life the way he does, it would be a much more peaceful and wonderful world to live in! At least my Life and happiness has improved because of his work. I encourage others to at least try reading his work and I hope that they can at least find some form of improvement in their lives
It is difficult for people to gain such deep insight from life, but it is much easier when a teacher gained these experiences and explained to the public.
I like both versions. I like to pick up the book and open it , reading from wherever the book fell open. It is so full of wisdom that it doesn't matter which section or chapter I choose-it's all good.
The audio is wonderful while resting, going to sleep or when I have time to sit quietly, without distractions for a half or full hour.
All of it.
wonderful, useful, peaceful
Yes. This is an excellent representation of what Eckhart has to teach us. His teachings are meaningful, down-to-earth, sometimes humorous, always compassionate and applicable to every moment of the day.
What I love about Eckhart Tolle is his message is visceral.
I have listened to everything audible ever releases on Eckhart!
His message is so simple and yet it is so difficult to not go to the past or the future. By listening again and again the Now stays longer.
This guys has the most boring, dull voice, but this is unreal, if you need a good night's sleep.
I take my MP3 player to bed and this puts me to sleep within the 1st 3 minutes. I had to listen to this in the day, as I honestly could remember what it was about.
I have never been able to listen to it all, so it is my all time favourite to take to bed, I have played it maybe 20 times and get the best 7hrs 23 minutes sleep ever. A must buy for a good nights sleep; hence 3 stars rating.
"the Power of Now" didn't put me to sleep, I enjoyed the content, that is why I bought this.
IT's recorded at live event or at his home. Too much back ground noise.
More professional. Should read the book instead of lecture.
Use the voice of a professional reader.
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