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Although the journey is challenging, Eckhart Tolle offers simple language in a question and answer format. The words themselves are the signposts to guide you on your journey. There are new discoveries to be made along the way: you are not your mind, you can find your way out of psychological pain, authentic human power is found by surrendering to the Now. When you become fully present and accepting of what is, you open yourself to the transforming experience of The Power of Now.
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|Duración del título||7 horas y 37 minutos|
|Fecha de lanzamiento en Audible.es||diciembre 31, 2000|
|Editor||New World Library|
|Tipo de programa||Audiolibro|
|Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon|| nº385 en Audible Libros y Originales (Ver el Top 100 en Audible Libros y Originales) |
nº13 en Espiritualidad
nº52 en Desarrollo personal
nº486 en Enciclopedias y obras de consulta (Libros)
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Revisado en España 🇪🇸 el 12 de mayo de 2021
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This is not a book you read for self-help. It makes a mockery of such books, in fact. The self-help books that give your mind a focus, a mission, a purpose, the ego a cause... yeah, this isn't that. Some people read it for that, and then throw it away scathing: "what was that, what kind of rubbish did I just set eyes on?". If you'd notice - they're quite passionate about it too. This stuff is too real. Rubs their ego the wrong way.
If you're not ready for what this book has to offer - you may hate it, as some of the reviewers here did. You'll talk of 'incomprehensible drivel', and 'nonsense'. The reason they say this, is because they're just not ready. It is that simple. It's my believe that a person has to go through some pretty hefty horrible stuff in their lives to be really ready to 'awaken' traditionally. It's a HARD process for a lot of people. You have to be ready to give up your old self. Ready to give up your old thinking patterns, old ego. You have to be done and tired with it. Those one star people are not. They like where they are, and are defined by their form level selves - they do not want to go any higher than that. It's that plain and simple.
In fact - this is the most profound teaching I ever had the pleasure of finding. I'm 28 now, the book sits atop my shelves being regularly picked up. I am by no means a complete and enlightened person. I get dominated by thought, by ego, by pain sometimes, I'm human after all..., but now, I am able to find release and respite from it, I find full hours or even full days where such bliss fills me and quiet in my mind that it's as though I were in a mini heaven... I don't know how to describe the feeling but it's like being one with God, all that is.
Two things to mention from the low reviews:
Stress is well recognised (alongside anger and other negative emotions) by the medical community to have a detrimental impact upon the physical body and ailments. There are uncountable numbers of studies to this end. This knowledge grows every day. Eckhart hones in on this. This is pure fact.
Focusing on the Now: does not mean forgetting the future. It means, and is explained in the book, as moving fully into this moment, surrendering to all that is, as completely and fully as you can, while remaining conscious of the fact that you still have 'clock time', but are not dominated by it as you once were. You use it to plan. To put things in a diary. To make a date. But that's all. Other than that you pay brief visits to clock time, living mostly in the now. Most people pay brief visits to Now, living mostly in clock time. (Reminisce, envision future, reminisce, worry)
If you are,
A) Done with feeling as bad as you do
B) Ready to give up what no longer serves you
C) Ready to allow in a higher power some might call God, others may feel is simply, Home
D) A human being --
Then buy it and read it with as open a heart as you can. You will bloom.
My recommended books are
Grow rich While You Sleep by Ben Sweetland
TNT: The Power Within by Claude Bristol
Psycho-Cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz
There's no waffle in these books.
Basically get the habit of success thinking instilled in you mind by disciplining yourself to think that way. Initially you have to force yourself to think success thoughts rather than letting your thinking run on autopilot, being influenced by the outside world. The more you force yourself to think success, the more your mind will do it.
Thinking habits apparently take 21 days to form so as they say, your result will reflect your efforts.
Your subconscious take notice of whatever you think and feel. Rather than listen to the author's videos on YT, I'd recommend listening to Bob Proctor who has studied success thinking for over five decades and was mentored by the late Earl Nightingale. By the way, there's two excellent recordings from Earl Nightingale on YT, The Strangest Secret and the condensed audio of Hill's Think & Grow Rich.
His writing style is unbearable. For example, "It is a misperception of your essential reality that is beyond birth and death, and is due to the limitations of your mind, which, having lost touch with Being creates the body as evidence of its illusory belief in separation and to justify its state of fear." JFC.
I finally put this book away for good after reading half of it. I really don't understand the book's popularity. It's like everybody is nodding, smiling, and singing Tolle's praises, when the reality is that nobody gets it because there is nothing to "get." But nobody wants to say it.