The Journey Into Yourself: A Retreat to Deepen the Realization of Your Essential Nature

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Discover the Infinite Possibilities of the "Vertical Dimension" of Existence

Eckhart Tolle has long taught a curious truth: You're not your possessions. You're not your career. You're not the events of your life. You're not even the contents of your mind.

So, who are you?

With The Journey into Yourself, this beloved teacher invites you to join him on an odyssey beyond the "horizontal dimension" of thought and into an aspect of our lives that most of us overlook: the "vertical dimension" beyond the reach of the mind. According to Eckhart, the vertical dimension might be better known as the present moment or the Now-all that ever really is. And that includes you-the real you.

Recorded before a live audience at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, New York, The Journey into Yourself presents a rarely heard talk from early in Eckhart's teaching career. Here you will encounter more than eight hours of practical, provocative, and occasionally hilarious teachings for awakening to who we are beyond the physical.

Highlights

Why the phrase "life is a dream" is more accurate than you might expect * Piercing the veil of self-made suffering * The gentle and fierce aspects of embodied Presence * Why setbacks and discomfort are the most potent teachers * Wisdom teachings from Buddhism, Christianity, and Hindu traditions that point to the embodiment of Presence * Why right action can only arise from surrender to the moment With The Journey into Yourself, Eckhart encourages you to step into the space between thoughts and discover the joyous treasures that lie within.

Product Details

Price
£75.00  £69.75
Publisher
Sounds True Inc
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
CD-Audio
EAN/UPC
9781988649016
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