The essence of Eckhart Tolle's message is easy to grasp: If we connect to the stillness within, we move beyond our active minds and emotions and discover great depths of lasting peace, contentment, and serenity. With his bestselling first book, The Power of Now, his message has reached millions of people worldwide. Now, in his much anticipated new book, Tolle gives us the essence of his teaching in short, simple pieces that anyone can easily understand.
Stillness Speaks is organized into ten chapters whose subjects range from “Beyond the Thinking Mind” to “Suffering and the End of Suffering.” Each chapter is a mosaic of individual entries, concise and complete in themselves, but profoundly transformative when read as a whole.
Eckhart Tolle understands the spiritual needs of our time. He draws from the essence of all spiritual traditions, expressing these truths in startlingly fresh new ways. The result is a book that is paradoxically both ancient and contemporary, filled with timely and powerful messages. Stillness Speaks can be no less than an awakening for readers willing to give the words a chance to work their quiet magic.
Eckhart Tolle is a contemporary spiritual teacher who is not aligned with any particular religion or tradition. In his writing and seminars, he conveys a simple yet profound message with the timeless and uncomplicated clarity of the ancient spiritual masters: There is a way out of suffering and into peace. Eckhart travels extensively, taking his teachings throughout the world. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Whenever there is some silence around you — listen to it. That means just notice it. Pay attention to it. Listening to silence awakens the dimension of stillness within yourself, because it is only through stillness that you can be aware of silence.
SAMPATH KUMAR Nje citiraoпре 4 месеца
Look at a tree, a flower, a plant. Let your awareness rest upon it. How still they are, how deeply rooted in Being. Allow nature to teach you stillness.
Shaik Jameel Ahmedje citiraoпрошле године
Through “you,” formless consciousness has become aware of itself.
Most people’s lives are run by desire and fear.
Desire is the need to addsomething to yourself in order to beyourself more fully. All fear is the fear of losingsomething and thereby becoming diminished and beingless. These two movements obscure the fact that Being cannot be given or taken away. Being in its fullness is already within you, No