"We live in a time," he says, "when we define ourselves through our enemies; and science and technology are in the service of human madness. Yet even in the face of disaster, a miracle happens when we say 'yes' to living in this moment and no other." This "great opening," he teaches, can serve as nothing less than the beginning of a revolution in human consciousness with the potential to transform our world and everyone in it. Also for the first time on audio, Eckhart Tolle comments on his own awakening, and what he sees as the next step in human evolution. From insights into the way out of suffering, to evidence that a new consciousness is already rising, Even the Sun Will Die confirms Eckhart Tolle's place among the most important and accessible spiritual teachers of our time.
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I've listened to this recording over 20 times and get new insights every time. Excellent!!!
I find this work even more important and meaningful than EVER. He recorded it on 9/11 and yes...he sounds possibly a little nervous when he laughs here and there. However, it is really inspiring to me to hear his outlook despite what was happening that day, which was one of the most traumatic that America has ever faced. This fact alone is inspiring enough to listen to it. I really appreciate this man and his work. Sometimes a thing is worth working a little extra to listen to it. He is really a brilliant man and I am grateful to have discovered his writings. For the price of going to the local coffee shop...don't hesitate buying this.
"Listen, just Listen"
This is an excellent audiobook. If you just listen and don't try to figure out what he is trying to convey, you will unterstand by just listening and absorbing what he is saying. I have listened to this audiobook many times, and it has helped me tremendously. I will continue to listen to this book as I find something new everytime I listen to it.
"Great but lacking"
"Even the Sun Will Die" was a great listen, but it doesn't do Eckhart Tolle justice. It is geared for those who already know his work. I would recommend people read (or listen to) his other works first.
"What is the message here?"
I don't believe Eckhart was able to articulate his message in a meaningful way. I do not recommend this title.
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