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Why do our negative experiences seem to stay with us so persistently? It is because they are the fuel for what Eckhart Tolle calls the pain-body, an energetic field that actually feeds on toxic thoughts and emotions. Liberation from the pain-body is not about repressing or denying our thoughts. Instead, as Eckhart's teaching partner Kim Eng reveals, we must develop a complete receptiveness to all experience-rejecting nothing, judging nothing, and resisting nothing.
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By Shannon B on 03-31-15

What a freedom

This teaching should be offered to prison inmates all over the world to help them recognize and release their pain bodies.

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5 of 5 people found this review helpful


By C. I. James on 10-22-15

Dissappointing: did not care for Kim Eng

Would you try another book from Eckhart Tolle and Kim Eng and/or Echkart Tolle and Kim Eng ?

The book is almost all Kim Eng and I will not buy from her again without a better sample, but I would buy Tolle again. I loved the intro part with Tolle in it. Eng, either her voice or her whole approach did not resonate with me at all, which was surprising. Tolle has done a lot for me as a writer and speaker. I guess his pick in partners just doesn't suit my needs.

Has Resist Nothing turned you off from other books in this genre?

No. It's only turned me off from Kim Eng.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Echkart Tolle and Kim Eng ?

Tolle and someone more like Gangaji. Someone with more groundedness in her voice.

Any additional comments?

Tolle is great. Not Eng's best work here.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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