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Video > Does Excitement Come From The Ego?

Eckhart explains the modalities of acceptance, enjoyment, and flow that indicate when one’s enthusiasm rises from a life lived in the Now.

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Video > The Teacher Called Suffering

Excerpted from Eckhart's retreat in Norway in the fall of 2015. An exploration of the uniquely human phenomenon of self-relating and the suffering that egoic patterns can create.

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Video > Initiating Change Where You Are Right Now

In this Q&A, Eckhart shares inspiring insights for initiating change in health care.

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Video > How do I Forgive Myself For Not Being Present?

"We cannot act beyond our level of consciousness." In this video, Eckhart answers a question and talks about consciousness, parenting, and the importance of pursuing the estate of presence.

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Video > Using Small Things to Control Anxiety

An empowering talk on balanced attention to both the actions we take and awareness itself as the pathway to becoming what Eckhart calls “a full human being.”

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Video > What Really Matters - A Meditation With Eckhart Tolle

Enjoy this meditation of pure awareness with Eckhart Tolle. Close your eyes and open yourself up to the present moment.

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Video > Surrendering to the Present Moment

In this video, Eckhart discusses the need to accept the moment as it is, reminding us of the importance of surrender.

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Video > Is It Possible To Be Busy Without Getting Stressed?

A dialogue on re-entering society after an illness. Is it possible to live a busy life without getting stressed or losing the Presence?

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Video > Starting 2021 Doing One Thing at a Time

An empowering talk that can be used nowadays on balanced attention to both the actions we take and awareness itself as the pathway to becoming what Eckhart calls “a full human being.”

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Video > Discovering Freedom Through Challenge

Eckhart discusses a range of topics including different forms of knowledge, the fourth state of consciousness, the source of unhappiness, and the purpose of life’s challenges. 

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