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The Power of Now is a guide to spiritual awakening from a man who is emerging as one of this generation's clearest, most inspiring teachers on the subject. Eckhart Tolle is not aligned with any particular religion but does what all the great masters have done: shows that the way, the truth, and the light already exist within each human being. There is no need to look elsewhere.At the heart of this book is Tolle's own story of early despair that culminated in a life-transforming experience of enlightenment at the age of twenty-nine. He emerged to share insights on the perils of the mind, the power of the present, and the accessibility of one's true nature. According to Tolle, "To regain awareness of Being and to abide in that state of 'feeling-realization' is enlightenment."
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ISBN: 9781577316916
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Yes, this is a good book. A good Buddhist book, about achieving enlightenment. About already being enlightened, and recognizing this fact. It’s full of words which take you there, and I found myself writing some of them down in my notebook. However, by the end of the Tolle’s book, I was a bit bored. I was muttering, “Okay, I think I get it already.” The words can sometimes be dry, considering the subject matter is letting go of time entirely and entering a state of cosmic bliss.

My favorite part was the beginning, the story of how Tolle woke up one day, after days of being totally fed up with life, and just leaped into his transformation. And then he tries to explain exactly how to do it, and sometimes this works, but sometimes it’s less effective than being hit on the head with a ping-pong ball.
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Excelente, es lo que he buscado por el tiempo de vida que llevo.more
es muy buenomore
Yes, this is a good book. A good Buddhist book, about achieving enlightenment. About already being enlightened, and recognizing this fact. It’s full of words which take you there, and I found myself writing some of them down in my notebook. However, by the end of the Tolle’s book, I was a bit bored. I was muttering, “Okay, I think I get it already.” The words can sometimes be dry, considering the subject matter is letting go of time entirely and entering a state of cosmic bliss.

My favorite part was the beginning, the story of how Tolle woke up one day, after days of being totally fed up with life, and just leaped into his transformation. And then he tries to explain exactly how to do it, and sometimes this works, but sometimes it’s less effective than being hit on the head with a ping-pong ball.
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One could quibble, perhaps, with this or that. But when it comes right down to it, it's the simple truth.more
I didn't really get what the fuss was about with this book. It didn't strike me as anything new, and I don't remember what it was about anymore...more
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