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Publisher's Summary

In The Art of Presence, Eckhart guides you through seven hours of transformational insights that allow "presence to naturally arise" in you. With his one-of-a-kind instruction, you will learn how to ground yourself in the vibrancy of your "inner body" while simultaneously breaking free from the illusion of separation from the outside world.
©2007 Eckhart Tolle
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5 out of 5 stars
By Elliott Ann on 07-12-08

Well worth it!

If your main focus is perfect digital quality, then No, it's not for you. Tolle has a German accent, but speaks clearly in English. I encounter no difficulties listening to this on my iPod. If your main focus is the message, this talk is fantastic! Tolle offers great insights into the workings of the human ego, and a practical guide to living each moment fully. For me, that's well worth being patient with some technical flaws.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Lawrence on 10-03-07

A Mature Piece

This is a good lecture to listen to after reading "The Power of Now." I've looked through Tolle's other books and most seem to be a rehashing of "The Power of Now," a sort of commercialized industry. A few are good though. The "Art of Presence" is one such good audio to listen to on my Ipod when walking or doing other things.

The unique thing about the lecture is that Tolle can direct you to pause in order to reflect or delve into a subject at the appropriate moment. This is further enhanced by the question and answer period, where I can pause after each exchange or let each question and answer section flow into the other.

I've read in other reviews that some people are turned off by his strange laugh, which it is. But if you are turned off by his laugh, then you have missed his message because you are tuned into your ego. His laugh is in fact the aspect one could focus on because it relates to a variety of concepts he explicates--or doesn't explicate if you understand his way of informing. I don't think he even knows how his laugh is a key to his work.

I think an important point to keep in mind is that one shouldn't give up on the message simply because one doesn't like the messenger. I would also not recommend that one become a Tolle-freak disciple. Listen, learn, and adapt your take on his concepts.

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5 out of 5 stars
By TingTing on 04-07-13

A spiritual writer well worth listening to !

Some of us for some reason or another cannot attend a lecture or a retreat and wish we could ...I am one of those people ! However, this audio book transported me magically to experience the retreat as if I was indeed present . I loved the audience participation and laughter. I was instantly in the room with them all and felt I was sharing the whole experience . Eckhart Tolle's delivery and narration was in perfect, natural rhythm and I would whole heartedly recommend this to anyone - whether you have read any of Eckhart Tolle's books or not !

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5 out of 5 stars
By Mr on 12-23-12

One of the most important books written

What's written here is simply amazing. The one book I'd take onto a desert island.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Cory on 06-18-15

Very helpful.

Great work. I enjoy Eckhart's work and this too is great. Well presented and easy to follow and understand, with many stories, and refrences that help illustrate his teachings. Although due to the format of the
presentation I did find it difficult to hear at times.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Andrew M on 03-17-16

The worst Audible book I've ever heard

Would you try another book written by Eckhart Tolle or narrated by Eckhart Tolle?

Not a snowflakes chance in hell

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Eckhart Tolle?

Anyone

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Boredom and disappointment

Any additional comments?

This audiobook is a recording of a seminar. The author sounds like he's been smoking something illegal and like he's winging it. The participants in the seminar hang on every word the author so tediously leaks out and they laugh at every second sentence regardless of how lame it is, like a desperate person who's absolutely smitten. The author appears to be playing up to the part of spiritual guru to the point that this sounds like a really bad movie.

Any good message in here is completely lost in the presentation.

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