Messages & Channelings

Eckhart Tolle > Inner Space Consciousness

Whenever there is beauty, kindness, the recognition of the goodness of simple things in your life, look for the background to that experience within yourself.

Eckhart Tolle > Secular versus Religious Spirituality

Question: I heard the Dalai Lama say that secular spirituality is more important than religious spirituality. Do you think your teaching belongs to this category?

Question:  For those of us who are unemployed and seeking employment, how do you stay connected to the Source, and to your own sense of divinity, and still deal with the reality and the drama and the pain of trying to find a job?

Eckhart Tolle > The Stillness of Space

The words This, too, will pass are pointers toward reality. In pointing to the impermanence of all forms, by implication, they are also pointing to the eternal.

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?

There are more children born nowadays who may not have to go through the deep unconsciousness that [adults] had to go through, certainly that I had to go through.  And also there are more children born nowadays to parents who are in the awakening process, or relatively conscious parents. In my generation, I can’t think of any conscious parents.  There might have been some, but it was rare.

Eckhart Tolle > The Joy Of Being Conscious

Here is a spiritual practice that will bring empowerment and creative expansion into your life...

We're here to find that dimension within ourselves that is deeper than thought. This teaching isn't based on knowledge, on new interesting facts, new information. The world is full of that already. You can push any button on the many devices you have and get information. You're drowning in information. 

Eckhart Tolle > A Sacredness in Everything

Behind the sometimes seemingly random or even chaotic succession of events in our lives as well as in the world lies concealed the unfolding of a higher order and purpose.

There’s a particular dimension where creativity arises.  It’s a little bit like the wick burning the flame, and its sustenance is the oil – it’s in an oil lamp, and you are the flame.  All the analogies, by the way, are very deficient, but it’s just a distant approximation to get you into a sense of what that place is.  So you are the flame, and you feel your way into the very source – down the wick into where the oil is, inside yourself.  That’s the place, the source, so if anything is new, creative, then it has a fragrance of the source.

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