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Author:  Kim/ Tolle Eng Introduction:  Eckhart Tolle
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Format:  CD
ISBN-10: 1591796903
ISBN-13: 9781591796909
Sku: 208187504
Publish Date: 12/15/2008
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 6H x 5.5L x 0.5T
Pages:  1
Age Range:  NA
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One of the most telling signs that we are creating what Eckhart Tolle calls a new earth is the increasing interest in meditation. Once a practice intended for monks and ascetics, meditation is now open to everyone as a powerful pathway to awakened consciousness. On Meditations for a New Earth, Eckhart's teaching partner Kim Eng presents eight guided practices that let you go deeper into the formless awareness that has already awakened within you. Whether you are an experienced meditator or just starting out, Kim Eng brings you two CDs of valuable insights and techniques, including: How to structure your practice so you are not doing meditation, but instead allowing it to give rise to presence; Eight guided meditations, including practices for dissolving the pain-body, breathing, meditating in nature, and more. Ten mini-meditations to turn your daily routine into an opportunity for awakening; How to experience the true purpose of meditation: opening to a life of spacious awareness. If you're like millions of readers, you may wonder how you can participate in the transformation of consciousness that Eckhart Tolle describes in A New Earth. Now with Meditations for a New Earth, you can discover a series of powerful and time-honored practices for liberating your awareness from the labyrinth of thought and opening to a state of pure presence.
Author Bio
Eckhart Tolle
Prior to 2008, writer Eckhart Tolle had a loyal, though limited, readership, due to his bestselling book THE POWER OF NOW, and was known as one of the foremost authors in the marginal literary realm of spiritual self-improvement. Then a transcendent event best described as the "power of Oprah" catapulted Tolle from the confines of the "new age" genre and into the consciousness of millions of mainstream readers around the world. In January of 2008, Oprah Winfrey selected Tolle's second book, A NEW EARTH, for her enormously popular book club, and launched an unprecedented promotion for the title, dedicating multiple episodes of her talk show to Tolle and hosting a weekly series of live Internet discussions centered on his teachings. While Tolle's message of spiritual awareness has now been spread around the world, less is known about the somewhat reclusive man himself. ||He was born in Germany in 1948, with the name Ulrich Tolle, and he later moved with his father to Spain, where he spent his formative teenage years. Tolle claims not to have attended school regularly during this time, instead allowing his inquisitive mind to acquire wisdom and education from other sources, though he did later earn a degree from the University of London and was accepted to the PhD program at Cambridge University. After leaving the program, he drifted aimlessly and battled depression, which culminated in a spiritual transformation wherein he came to believe that all of his problems and inner conflicts were the result of distractions generated by the ego. He spent several years honing his philosophy, which combines elements of Zen Buddhism, Christianity, Sufism, Hinduism, and other faiths. In 1997, Tolle published THE POWER OF NOW with a small run of 3,000 copies, and the book eventually became a bestseller through word of mouth. Tolle, who has lived in Vancouver, British Columbia since 1996, has not been unencumbered by controversy, as he is often criticized for hijacking the teachings of other religious and spiritual guides and for choosing to market his ideas through costly seminars and a line of somewhat redundant texts.
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