Taped on location in Hawaii, this audio program provides a rare opportunity to listen in on a profoundly moving dialogue between two of the three “most spiritually influential people alive" (Watkins Magazine).
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer and Eckhart Tolle delve into everything from ancient spiritual texts to contemporary pop culture as they tackle questions we all wrestle with, such as Who am I? What is real? and What is the meaning of life? Yet even as they discuss weighty topics such as the economy and addiction, the mood remains graceful, loving, and even humorous. Through their combined wisdom and perception, Wayne and Eckhart bring you inspired lessons for an exhilarating spiritual awakening. This, according to Eckhart, “consists of relinquishing identification with the conditioned mind through the cultivation of awareness.”Although these lessons are full of rich, philosophical insight, they are also very practical and can easily be applied to the individual listener and the world at large. For, as Wayne explains, when we “create a world of extraordinary people who look beyond what they were programmed to become, we impact the entire consciousness of this planet."
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the idea in the program goes right along with what I believe as a quaker- "there is that of God in every person". They really do a good gob of explaining this concept and uplifting your spirit.
I love Dr. Dyer and Eckhart Tolle is great too. Lots of fun when these guys get together. Highly recommend this audiobook .
a. If described as a contrast of consciousness and claimed consciousness; can you perceive the dissonance? I would have been much better informed PRIOR to purchase.
Absolutely yes to Tolle. Absolutely NO to Dyer.
Yes, with great results.
I liked the way they interacted with each other, they are clearly good friends with like minds.
Watch what you say after the words "I am..."
This seems to be a recent recording since Wayne is talking about his former illness. I've been a big fan of Wayne Dyer for many years and it is heartwarming to see how he has mellowed and grown to be such a positive force in many lives. My favorite quote is when he described himself as "A basket case of love".
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