The Realization of Being

  • by Eckhart Tolle
  • Narrated by Eckhart Tolle
  • 2 hrs and 7 mins
  • Original recording Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

With his first international best seller, The Power of Now, Eckhart Tolle introduced a simple and profound view of enlightenment, inviting seekers of every faith, age, and culture to enjoy the fullness of life through living in the present moment. Now this unique voice in contemporary spirituality explores our highest purpose in life - and how meditation can help us attain it - with The Realization of Being. "Words are useful signposts," Eckhart begins, but our main spiritual teacher is stillness. This powerful energy field is always available to us through meditation. In simple language he explains how to "listen with your entire body," while working with the body, mind, and attention in order to "merge with this moment." As we go beyond the need for thought, he teaches, we achieve the meditative state of "no mind" or "presence" that is effortless, joyful, and natural. Through this timeless path we merge with the universal purpose, and become a divine presence.A revolution in human consciousness has already started, teaches Eckhart Tolle. We can advance this revolution - now - with the help of The Realization of Being.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

One realization is enough

I find that some people are looking for something "new" if they have read or heard another talk by Eckhart. If you really "get it" then everything is new and nothing is old, it's only old in the mind.........this has some amazing things in this audio talk. So don't let "I know what that is about" enter your mind or you will miss alot.
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- Mark

Rather scattered.

A little disapointing after the amazing and powerful "Power OF Now". I found this audio book poorly narrated, poorly recorded and rather scattered. The author/narrator seems to be at times grasping at his steam of thought and sometimes getting off track and a little lost.
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- Richard

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-08-2002
  • Publisher: Sounds True