If the world around you is falling apart, how do you stay connected to virtues like trust, hope, and love? When everything we hold dear is lost, where do we find solace? Sustaining Presence in the Face of Catastrophe shares Eckhart Tolle's compassionate perspective for anyone dealing with intense suffering or loss. Recorded within a week of 9/11 at Omega Institute in upstate New York, these moving sessions bring listeners Eckhart Tolle's guidance in responding in the face of tragedy, staying rooted in presence when the unexpected happens, and realizing that which is eternal within all of us.
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"Tolle As You've Heard Tolle Before"
If you've read or listened to any of Eckhart Tolle's books before, you've heard this. It's about what we identify with, what we fixate on, how we need to expand our consciousness/awareness. Plus, it's about pauses in the delivery to his audience. Long, lengthy pauses. Pauses that were so drawn out, I thought the book had stopped itself. Tolle is an amiable sort, and his tone is kind and warm, but seriously: Hours could have been cut from this book.
If you're looking for guidance, looks to his other works. This one has been done before.
"Deep, Profound Teaching on What Really Matters"
This is a series of teachings that touches all sorts of human experiences, including pain, sickness, tragedy, and death. The theme is basically how to keep your focus on awareness, presence, the 'now' even during the most difficult of circumstances.
"I am overwhelmed by the Presence he affords"
ACIM states that to be honest you are consistent in all you do, say, and think. This author holds true in all his pointers he provides in this book.
"very hard to listen to"
Several seconds go by between sentences. I had to keep checking to see if my device stopped working.
Can't say if the content was good as I could not stay awake.
Thank you Eckhart for such a undersribe yourney in to the now. thank you... thank you ...
Being in the now might seem all abput enjoying more the little pleasures on life; but how to deal with a now, a present that seems completely unacceptable and painful?
Eckhart Tolle provides practical solutions to being with your current situation. I am thankful I could listen to it.
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