Eckhart speaks on a subject that nearly everyone can understand: our most cherished views of ourselves. He explains the origins of the incessant monologue that runs in our heads, pointing out that our ego feeds on that same stream of self-talk.
An audience member asks "My subconscious need for superiority sabotages me pretty often. What can I do about it?" Awareness is a sign of growth, explains Eckhart Tolle, but the mind can be cunning in its response to higher consciousness.
Eckhart says that this is a very original question and that it is more important to ask an original question than to expect an original thought or original answer—because an original question is an original thought.
In this video Eckhart Tolle invites you to truly live in your own moments, disconnected from the busy around you. Eckhart unpacks French author Albert Camus’s famous metaphor of the “invincible summer” within us to point towards the discovery of our unique essence identity.
Once you become aware, do you have to have a plan of where you are going or do you leave that up to the universe? Eckhart discusses life after awareness and how the creative impulse of the universe works through us to manifest the world we see.
Sometimes it may be difficult to see past trauma, to be completely in the moment without excessive thinking or managing past trauma. Eckhart offers a compassionate look at suffering through the lens of awakening
What is forgiveness? Is it different from compassion? Is it different from the Buddhist concept of Bodhicitta? In this live question Q&A Eckhart illuminates the nature of forgiveness, reminding us of the realm wherein it becomes unnecessary.