Practicing The Power of Now

practicing-the-power-of-now-audiobook-mp3Unabridged Audiobook
Written By: Eckhart Tolle
Narrated By: Eckhart Tolle
Publisher: New World Library
Duration: 2 Hours 58 Minutes

Book Rating: stars_4-5

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Summary: Practicing the Power of Now extracts the essence from Eckhart Tolle’s teachings in The Power of Now, showing us how to free ourselves from “enslavement to the mind.” The aim is to be able to enter in to and sustain an awakened state of consciousness in our everyday life. Through meditations and simple techniques, Tolle shows us how to quiet our thoughts, see the world in the present moment, and find a path to “a life of grace, ease, and lightness.”….Read more.

User Reviews

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Annie H.

stars_4 A lot of great meditations and guided exercises. Not a lot of explanation on the philosophy, so it’s best if you’ve read the original before getting this guide!

 

 

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Monique M.

stars_4-5 Amazing! I love his voice and there are some amazing meditation tips and practices here.

 

 

 

 

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Liwei L.

stars_4-5 One of the best books on living in the moment I’ve ever read. I read this first then got the audiobook. Listening is 10 times better than reading, since you can relax into it and enjoy more!!!


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Eckhart Tolle: Practing The Power of Now Audio Book Summary

In his revolutionary book and audiobook, Practice The Power of Now, Eckhart Tolle takes the primary concepts and principles outlined in the international bestselling work the power of now and puts them into practice by showing users a step by step guide on how to increase their own levels of self awareness.

The book takes a step by step approach that walks its readers and listeners through the process of engaging in simple, easy to implement techniques that they can use each and every day in order to focus on finding their own personal center and living in the moment.

eckhart-tolle-practicing-the-power-of-now-audiobookThe book was written as a series of meditations, and is not meant to be read through like a novel. Though some students may benefit from reading through the entire work, the best results will be obtained only with diligent practice. Living in the moment is a discipline and an art, and it will take most individuals many years to truly master the seemingly simple techniques and exercises outlined in the audiobook. The work is designed to accommodate a large variety of students, so the exercises that are most appropriate, inspiring, and rewarding for one may not be the same for everyone. As such, each individual is encouraged to work on the exercises that resonate most with the concepts on which he feels he needs the most work.

Slowly but surely, consistent daily work through these meditations and other techniques will gradually improve one’s own self-awareness, spirituality, and joy.

Part of the power of this work is that Tolle does not profess any single religion or doctrine, but instead focuses on a philosophy of mindfulness. This is a major part of what has led to the author’s extreme international success and his emergence as one of the world’s pre-eminent spiritual figures.

This book is meant to be read as a manual. Readers are best advised to familiarize themselves with the original: The Power of Now, before beginning work through the Practicing The Power of Now mp3.

The biggest challenge for most is to take the leap to “ending the delusion of time,” which is the recognition, on a deep and profound level, that past and future are really only illusions, and the only moment of importance is the one in which he is currently alive and existing. This is the true power of now. Getting over this delusion means accepting every moment for what it is, without trying to struggle constantly to arrive in a different location or situation. This is a chronic problem for overworked, ambitious Western culture, where success is only defined as an unending spiral, and achievement belittled in the wake of the possibility of the next great success.

Check out this internationally acclaimed audiobook, which has been featured by everyone from the New York Times to Oprah Winfrey. Practicing the Power of Now is a much-needed spiritual guide and mentor in a time of increasing chaos and uncertainty. A must-listen!