Messages & Channelings

Eckhart Tolle > Falling Below And Rising Above Thought

When you are very tired, you may become more peaceful, more relaxed, than in your usual state. This is because thinking is subsiding, and so you can’t remember your mind-made problematic self anymore.

We sat down for a chat with Eckhart one afternoon and asked him this question: How do you know whether a feeling you have is coming from your Ego, or from a deeper source?


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

Eckhart Tolle > The Joy of Being

Ask yourself: Is there joy, ease, and lightness in what I am doing? If there isn’t, then time is covering up the present moment, and life is perceived as a burden or a struggle.

Question: I have been told that I am a judgmental person and I agree with that. Since becoming aware I have been working on that and my ego everyday. What are your thoughts on being judgmental and is it really possible to not judge anyone or any decision ever? Thank you.

In ordinary unconsciousness, habitual resistance to or denial of what is creates the unease and discontent that most people accept as normal living.

Eckhart Tolle > Realizing the "Deep I"

There are two dimensions to who you are. The first is what I sometimes call the “surface I”—the person with a past and a future. This is your historical identity, which is relatively fragile because the past and future only exist as thought forms or concepts in the mind.

Eckhart Tolle > Being Human and a Shift in Consciousness

When you are alert and contemplate a flower, crystal, or bird without naming it mentally, it becomes a window for you into the formless.

Eckhart Tolle > Questions for Eckhart: Finding Balance

By living aligned with the present moment, you also align your will with the universal will, which you could call “the will of God”. You don’t have a separate will. The separate will wants to enhance or strengthen one’s sense of self.

Eckhart Tolle > Ordinary Unconsciousness And Deep Unconsciousness

As you probably know, in sleep you constantly move between the phases of dreamless sleep and the dream state. Similarly, in wakefulness most people only shift between ordinary unconsciousness and deep unconsciousness.

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