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Video > The Ultimate Source of Wisdom and Balance

In this featured talk, Eckhart guides us from the troublesome "waiting room" of our modern lives, pointing us to the depths of the present moment as both our true home and the ultimate source of wisdom and balance.

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Video > The Evolution Of Awareness: A Conversation With Neale Donald Walsch

A moving dialogue on topics including Neale Donald Walsch's personal story, his creative process, the challenge of staying spiritually awake in daily living, and more.

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Video > Choosing To Live Through Presence

In this presentation given on retreat at Lake Louise, Canada, Eckhart considers how the gradual realization of Presence affects a person's day-to-day experience. Touching on the inherent self-defeat of labeling oneself "enlightened," how to cut through problems with "the sword of Presence," and the end of suffering, Eckhart explains that most experiences of spiritual awakening don't arrive in a single, decisive moment.

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Video > Essential Life Practices

As human beings, we evolve through life’s challenges and suffering, not through avoidance. In this teaching, Eckhart explains the essential everyday practices to awaken Presence and overcome suffering.

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Video > What Is the Relationship Between Diet & Spirituality

Does keeping a healthy diet affect your spirituality? We all must eat. The right food choice will happen for you, it is up to you to be present in making these choices.

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Video > What Is Self? Timeless Wisdom From The Archives

Eckhart describes the illusory self that is identified solely with the unobserved mind, versus the potentially deeper meaning of the word “you”—as formless consciousness itself.

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Video > How to Avoid Getting Lost in Suffering

For anyone dealing with depression or emotional pain, Eckhart discusses the importance of keeping our attention in the present and staying alert to the mind's tendency to create further suffering.

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Video > Shouldn’t We Live As Simply As Possible?

Eckhart discusses spiritual awakening as it relates to two aspects of life: the acquisition of things, and the activities we engage in. Liberation, he explains, depends upon your inner relationship to what you have or do.

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Video > Is The State of Presence Devoid of Emotional Content?

Emotions and thoughts can certainly arise while we are in a state of Presence. The key is to hold the space for them without getting lost in the mind stream.

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Video > How Do I Quiet My Mind?

Eckhart suggests practicing listening in conversation with others, devoting oneself to listening actively 80 percent of the time. Additionally, bringing awareness to the inner feeling of your hands can help to deepen Presence in an everyday situation.

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