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Video > Eckhart Tolle: Vigilance

An inspirational talk on the faculty that Eckhart calls vigilance and its role in transforming consciousness.

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Video > Eckhart Tolle: Can you talk about real versus perceived limits?

Eckhart Tolle talks about real needs versus illusionary needs. Eckhart discusses the power of internal acceptance.

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Video > Did The Universe Make a Mistake with The Ego?

Eckhart Tolle takes a look at the ego's possible role in our awakening answering the question: "Did The Universe Make a Mistake with The Ego?"

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Video > What Role Does "Service To Others" Play In The Evolutionary Impulse?

Eckhart reminds us that if Presence is arising within us, we cannot help but be of service. How that manifests will be unique for each of us.

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Video > Dealing With Anger, Resistance and Pessimism

 Eckhart Tolle discusses the decisive shift from identifying with a feeling and simply observing it in your energy field.

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Video > Eckhat Tolle: What Is Music and Why Is It So Important To Us?

Many activities can serve as portals to presence, but we must be careful not to become dependent upon them.

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Video > Eckhart Tolle: Evolving Toward Freedom

Eckhart Tolle artfully describes the arising of presence on both the personal and societal levels: what our lives are like before the awakening of consciousness, and how we can practically navigate the process ourselves.

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Video > Eckhart Tolle: Listening for Silence

Even the simple act of becoming aware of silence can bring you into a state of presence. In this video from Creating a New Earth, Eckhart Tolle reveals a simple listening practice for interrupting the stream of thoughts and quieting the mind.

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Video > Eckhart, Could you elaborate on ego versus healthy self-esteem?

Eckhart describes how life can certainly be more pleasant with a good measure of self-esteem, but ultimately freedom comes by transcending form entirely.

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Video > Eckhart Tolle answers the question "Do you cry? Is it normal to cry?"

In this warm-hearted exchange, Eckhart talks about joyful tears, dysfunctional crying, and a memorable drive along the Pacific Coast Highway.

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