Simple Recipe for Overcoming Suffering | Eckhart's Life Practices

Simple Recipe for Overcoming Suffering | Eckhart's Life Practices



Are we suffering to change our perception and evolve our awareness? Eckhart offers his wisdom on the necessity of suffering and a simple way to help overcome that sense of suffering and a host of other simple techniques that anchor us in the present moment. Subscribe to find greater fulfillment in life:

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Eckhart Tolle is a spiritual teacher and author, born in Germany and educated at the Universities of London and Cambridge. At the age of 29 a profound inner transformation radically changed the course of his life. He devoted the next several years to understanding, integrating, and deepening that transformation. With his international bestsellers, The Power of Now and A New Earth—translated into over 52 languages—he has introduced millions to the joy and freedom of living life in the present moment. The New York Times has described him as “the most popular spiritual author in the United States”, and Watkins Review has named him “the most spiritually influential person in the world.”

Eckhart’s profound, yet simple teachings have helped countless people around the globe experience a state of vibrantly alive inner peace in their daily lives. His teachings focus on awakening consciousness, which transcends ego and discursive thinking, and can be seen as the next step in human evolution. In the awakened state of presence, we discover what Eckhart describes as our essential identity—who we are beneath the surface—and its power for transforming our selves and our world.

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