This month on Eckhart Tolle TV
Welcoming Life
When we are at the mercy of our life situations, we can become stressed and vulnerable, putting our relationships, our jobs, and our quality of life at risk. In this issue, Eckhart directs us to the source of true satisfaction in life, ours to discover when we access aware presence and give up the compulsion to think. When we practice timeless presence, we can awaken to life’s meaning…WATCH

Eckhart’s book, Guardians of Being, is a collaboration with Patrick McDonnell, the creator of the acclaimed comic strip MUTTS. To Patrick, his cartoons are like little prayers or sutras. With humour, this cartoon explores how living in the present moment can be challenging even for the best of us…View more
Homage, Aspiration, and Eckhart
In this story, Paul tells us about the impact that Eckhart Tolle’s teachings have had in his life, and his awakening to his true nature. Paul also shares a wonderful poem about form and formlessness, inspired by Eckhart’s words…View more
Body, Mind, and Spirit:
A Time for Being with Kim Eng
By Lisa Aisling Montagu
“We are body, mind, and spirit,” Kim Eng reminds me one day when we sit down to talk about her practice. “Those are the three dimensions of our human existence. The formless realm of spirit, the Being, is the one that is easiest to overlook. So before anything else, we have to accept our inner state, whatever is happening inside of us. That acceptance opens the doorway into the spiritual dimension.” View more
Pass it on Community Clips
Eckhart Tolle TV allows members to create and share video clips of Eckhart’s teachings. Each month we share a new Community Clip.
Pass it on Novembers’s Pick
Description: Eckhart reads from Meditations by Marcus Aurelius about the stories we invent in our minds. We impose stories on situations, people and things, which make life problematic. Our interpretations and judgments about the present moment are stories we create. We have the power to let go of our interpretations, and simply be with what is…View

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