This video is the third in a FREE 4-part miniseries with Eckhart Tolle that you can access here: https://bit.ly/3qlsB9l When was the last time you experienced the wonders of the natural world? Even if it's just in the backyard or out on the city square, Eckhart Tolle recommends immersing ourselves
Eckhart shares his version of practicing meditation without the need for special techniques. In this guided meditation, become aware of the repetitive voice in your head, and the importance of learning to be comfortable with each moment exactly as it is. Want to watch and hear more of Eckhart's Teachings?
Eckhart discusses the collective impact of mental health and the importance of being present without making assumptions. Want to watch and hear more of Eckhart's Teachings? Become a member today and join our growing YouTube community! http://bit.ly/ETmembership Did you find this short preview video helpful? Do you want more peace
In this week's guided meditation, Eckhart compares Presence and experience to a painting. Through this video, go beyond the surface level, become aware of the "when" and "where" of your thoughts, and properly prepare your "canvas" to be painted by future experiences. Want to watch and hear more of Eckhart's
Eckhart discusses the importance of being vigilant about inner consciousness rather than outer consciousness. He explains that in order to see the bigger picture and realize what is truly essential to you, you must not place importance on outer conditions. Want to watch and hear more of Eckhart's Teachings? Become
In this week's guided meditation, Eckhart demonstrates how you can meditate anywhere, regardless of the distractions you may encounter. By watching this video, you can delve deeper into your thoughts, gaining awareness of their timing and context. Did you find this guided meditation helpful? Do you want more peace of
Eckhart describes how overthinking about one's future can shift your focus from the Now, and alter your perspective on the journey to getting there. Learn to harness presence for true happiness, stronger relationships, and a more fulfilling career. Did you find this short preview video helpful? Do you want more
Eckhart explains the journey towards attaining inner stillness and the ability to shift focus away from one's thoughts, allowing one to fully embrace and be happy with the present moment. In this thoughtful answer to a viewer's question, Eckhart reminds us of what he calls the most important spiritual practice:
In this week's guided meditation, Eckhart emphasizes the significance of embracing stillness, even amidst difficult distractions. Take a moment to let go of your thoughts, and realize what is present in their absence. "Allow the presence to shine through the person." – Eckhart Tolle. Did you find this meditation helpful?
Eckhart explores Socrates' famous statement, “I’m the only one who knows that he knows nothing," along with what we can learn from it in the modern day. The ability to approach life from the perspective of not knowing anything sounds easy, but can be rather difficult. With Eckhart's guidance, take
Eckhart points out that being in the company of unconscious people will (at least for now) be more common than it is not. He offers methods for both maintaining and intensifying Presence when you’re disturbed by others, whether it’s a beloved family member or a complete stranger. Subscribe to find