Eckhart Tolle – 1. What you should know about your thoughts right now 2. The Art of Higher Dimensions 3. Where Is The Line Between Discernment And Judgment? [updated Oct 21, 2016]

This video is a compilation of Eckhart Tolle’s wisdom on ‘thoughts’. It will help you to understand your own thinking and how thoughts, mind, and ego are working. Very recommendable!

Nonduality-Teacher Eckhart Tolle has written the world bestseller “The Power of Now.” His advice is to practice mini-meditations every day and he talks about the pain body and the ego. An inspiration for actor and activist Jim Carrey, Eckhart Tolle preaches living deeply in the present moment, something that can benefit your life in every aspect, such as in relationships and as a cure for depression, stress and anxiety. Eckhart Tolle has been interviewed by Oprah.

The Art of Higher Dimensions

Published on Aug 4, 2016

“A true spiritual teacher does not have anything to teach in the conventional sense of the word, does not have anything to give or add to you, such as new information, beliefs, or rules of conduct. The only function of such a teacher is to help you remove that which separates you from the truth … The words are no more than signposts.” – Eckhart Tolle

Eckhart Tolle is considered one of the most influential spiritual teachers of our time. According to his webpage, “at the core of Tolle’s teachings lies the transformation of consciousness, a spiritual awakening that he sees as the next step in human evolution. An essential aspect of this awakening consists in transcending our ego-based state of consciousness. This is a prerequisite not only for personal happiness but also for the ending of violent conflict endemic on our planet”

Where Is The Line Between Discernment And Judgment?

Question for Eckhart Tolle: Where is the line between discernment and judgment?

What is Required of a Human Incarnation? by Ram Dass

The basic rule is to ‘be here now…

The rule is to start from exactly where we are at this moment. The rule is to be able to say about oneself and the universe with all of it’s horror, with all of its beauty, with all of its imperfections, Kali and all her manifestations, “It is all right. It’s all OK.”

Murder, rape, overpopulation, pollution, riots, fascist doctrine, suppression of other human beings, starvation, birth, death, spring, and fall, and winter, it’s all right?

….Yes, it’s all right.

That I am this imperfect, impure being who’s got all these desires, and all these neuroses, and all these frustrations, and this is just the way it’s supposed to be? Aren’t I supposed to work for something? Aren’t I supposed to keep a model in my head of what is pure and right, what is good and how it should be, how my body, my thoughts, how the world, how people should be?

Every one of those models you keep in your head keeps it all from happening.

Water, when it floats downstream, when it goes downstream, doesn’t have a model of what it’s doing. It’s just being water, and water floats downstream, because that’s how water works. The thing that is extraordinarily hard for any of us to truly realize and to have sufficient faith to accept, is that if you stop having views, having models, planning, desiring, organizing, and structuring it’s all right.

You don’t stop your desires as long as you stay in a human body. You break the identification with them.
Thats all thats required.

It isn’t necessary to give up a thing. It’s necessary to give up attachment to the thing. That’s all that’s required.

Source: Ram Dass

Amoda Maa – Life is Your Satsang

Published on Oct 19, 2016
Life is Your Satsang
Excerpt from the Seattle Weekend Intensive with Amoda Maa – October 2016

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