The Eckhart Tolle Audio Collection
- Narrated by: Eckhart Tolle
- Length: 7 hrs and 23 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 11-07-08
- Language: English
- Publisher: Sounds True
The Realization of Being - How meditation opens the entry point to stillness, our greatest spiritual teacher, allowing us to merge with this moment in time.
Living the Liberated Life and Dealing with the Pain-Body - Points a way out of the conditioned mind that keeps us trapped and unhappy,to a deeper level of consciousness beyond thought.
Even the Sun Will Die - Historic interview recorded on September 11, 2001, shows that even in the face of disaster, a miracle happens when we say "yes" to living in this moment and no other.
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By David on 01-12-08
This is a perfect companion to the best-selling books, and by far the best value when purchasing from the large range of Tolle audio on offer. I found this most useful to just meditate with, or have on in the car. Don't expect a narrative or, really, any sense of structure here. This is, for want of a better word, him rambling. But the rambling is very useful. Once you accept the pace and tone of the lectures, you can relax into it, and enjoy the moments of great humour and insight. Like any of Tolle's work, you either get it and instantly revel in it's genius, or feel completely frustrated by it and find it to be nonsense. I felt the former.
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By John on 20-12-12
Not for Casual Listening
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes, if they were interested in meditation and spiritual development. Just like any subject you have to have an interest in it, otherwise it could be an excruciating experience. With Mr. Tolle I recommend borrowing one of his books to determine whether what he teaches resonates with you before purchasing his audiobooks.
What other book might you compare The Eckhart Tolle Audio Collection to and why?
I suppose anything written by Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche or the Dalai Lama because there are kernels of truth within the writing that guide you to be a better human being.
Did the narration match the pace of the story?
I believe it does. Mr. Tolle's voice is very soothing. He allows for frequent spaces in his discourse to both digest what is being taught and to be "naked" in the moment, as it were.
What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?
That we are constantly creating the story of "me" moment by moment. And we love to tell it to ourselves and others.
Any additional comments?
A word of warning - do not purchase this with the expectation of being entertained. Mr. Tolle does not talk excitedly nor enthusiastically about his subject. He is very calm, quiet, and soothing. He often produces significant gaps of time with no talking. He is sometimes funny. This is all for the purpose of bringing you to a calm, light, almost meditative state.
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