Messages & Channelings

You always start with the present moment. You start with where you are rather than trying to get away from where you are.

Eckhart Tolle > When the Pain-Body Awakens

The pain-body awakens from its dormancy when it gets hungry, when it is time to replenish itself. Alternatively, it may get triggered by an event at any time. The pain- body that is ready to feed can use the most insignificant event as a trigger, something somebody says or does, or even a thought.

Eckhart Tolle > The Peace That Passes All Understanding

Your essential identity is formless, is an all-pervasive Presence, of Being prior to all forms, all identifications. Your true identity is consciousness itself, rather than what consciousness had identified with.

Eckhart Tolle > Yield to Overcome: The Power of Nonresistance

Nonresistance doesn’t necessarily mean doing nothing. All it means is that any “doing” becomes nonreactive. Remember the deep wisdom underlying the practice of Eastern martial arts: Don’t resist the opponent’s force. Yield to overcome.

The ego creates separation, and separation creates suffering. The ego is therefore clearly pathological. Apart from the obvious ones such as anger, hatred, and so on, there are other more subtle forms of negativity that are so common they are usually not recognized as such.

Eckhart Tolle > Going Beyond Limitation

In each person’s life there comes a time when he or she pursues growth and expansion on the level of form. This is when you strive to overcome limitation such as physical weakness or financial scarcity, when you acquire new skills and knowledge

As awareness grows some people begin to think they’re “getting worse,” so to speak, but they’re simply becoming more conscious of what has already been there for many years.

Duality is implied usually, in the usual prayer.  It implies that there is God, and here is me, asking God.  That duality is ultimately an illusion, because you are an expression of God.  You and God merge.  The deepest prayers, then, are no longer prayers as such.  They are when you adopt a listening attitude rather than a saying of words.  As long as you enjoy it, that’s fine.  But gradually get away from asking somebody to do something for you, because that keeps you stuck in duality.

Question:  How do I maintain a sense of presence when I’m in the company of another person?  How do I bring presence into conversation?


"Joy does not come from what you do, it flows into what you do and thus into this world from deep within you."

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