Posts Tagged ‘Eckhart Tolle

17
Aug
08

Eckhart Tolle: instant download through Sounds True

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24
Jul
08

Stillness Speaks: Eckhart Tolle

Eckhart Tolle is amazing. He explains with such simplicity. If you don’t have time to read, I recommend watching “The Flowering of Human Consciousness

How short-lived every human experience is, how fleeting our lives. Is there anything that is not subject to birth and death, anything that is eternal?

Consider this: if there were only one color, let us say blue, and the entire world and everything it is were blue, then there would be no blue. There needs to be something that is not blue so that blue can be recognized; otherwise, it would not “stand out”, would not exist.

In the same way, does it not require something that is not fleeting and impermanent for the fleetingness of all thing to be recognized? In other words: if everything, including yourself, were impermanent, would you even know it? Does the fact that you are aware of and can witness the short-lived nature of all forms, including your own, not mean that there is something in you that is not subject to decay?

When you are twenty, you are aware of your body as strong and vigorous; sixty years later, you are aware of your body as weakened and old. Your thinking too may have changed from when you were twenty, but the awareness that knows your body is young or old or that your thinking has changed has undergone no change. That awareness is the eternal in you – consciousness itself. It is the formless One Life. Can you lose It? No, because you are It.

Eckhart Tolle, from Stillness Speaks

22
Jul
08

Eckhart Tolle: Quotes from The Power Of Now

 “all the things that truly matter — beauty, love, creativity, joy, inner peace — arise from beyond the mind”

“All true artists, whether they know it or not, create from a place of no-mind, from inner stillness”  

“Emotion arises at the place where mind and body meet. It is the body’s reaction to your mind — or you might say, a reflection of your mind in the body”

“Love, joy, and peace cannot flourish until you have freed yourself from mind dominance” 

“Death is a stripping away of all that is not you. The secret of life is to “die before you die” — and find that there is no death”

“To be identified with your mind is to be trapped in time: the compulsion to live almost exclusively through memory and anticipation”

“Unease, anxiety, tension, stress, worry — all forms of fear — are cause by too much future, and not enough presence. Guilt, regret, resentment, grievances, sadness, bitterness, and all forms of nonforgiveness are caused by too much past, and not enough presence”

“You find God the moment you realize that you don’t need to seek God”

“Relationships do not cause pain and unhappiness. They bring out the pain and unhappiness that is already in you”