Stillness Speaks

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Hodder Headline Australia, 2003 - Spiritual life - 129 pages
In "Stillness Speaks, Eckhart Tolle illuminates the fundamental elements of his teaching, addressing the needs of the modern seeker by drawing from all spiritual traditions. At the core of the book is what the author calls "the state of presence," a living in the "now" that is both intensely inspirational and practical. When the pressures of future and past thinking disappear, fear and frustration also vanish, conquered by the moment. "Stillness Speaks takes the form of 200 individual entries, organized into 10 topic clusters that range from "Beyond the Thinking Mind" to "Suffering and the End of Suffering." The entries are concise and complete in themselves, but, read together, take on a transformative power.

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User Review  - Elizabeth_Foster - LibraryThing

Profound reflections on finding peace within ourselves. I was especially touched by a powerful chapter on dealing with pain and death. So much wisdom in here. Read full review

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User Review  - chetankhullar - LibraryThing

My first read from author Eckhart Tolle. I would always wonder how this author's writing was as I passed by the books for a long time in several book stores, and now that I read one of his books for ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Eckhart Tolle was born in Germany, and attended London and Cambridge Universities. The author of the bestselling The Power of Now and Practising the Power of Now. Eckhart Tolle lives in North America.

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