Underneath everything you think and do, there is a stillness that is both vast and alive. This is who you are in your most essential nature—but once you’ve caught a glimpse, how do you integrate this discovery into daily living? This is the question Eckhart Tolle explores with you in Bringing Stillness into Everyday Life.
Acknowledging the struggles and dissatisfaction that so many people deem part of a “normal” existence, Eckhart points to a new way of being in the world that starts when we drop below the “top floor of the mind” and return to our true home in the timeless present. Join Eckhart as he discusses:
“The only thing that can fulfill you is being yourself,” explains Eckhart, “and that is inseparable from the field of Now.” Bringing Stillness into Everyday Life will support your daily practice of realizing and expressing your connection with the source of wisdom, creativity, and joy.
Humorous, simple and easy to follow description of Stillness, meditation and everyday life practice. Will inspire you to just do it right here right now.
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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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
8 of 11 people found this review helpful
Very nice, I experience peace and stillness while listening to this.
Highly recommend to all who are new to his work or who already are familiar to his work.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
narrator simple and enjoyable
bucket list suggested for all
no age limit
thank you for my present stayed of mind.
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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