by Chris Grosso: Look deeper. Look deeper at your mala, your skateboard, your yoga mat. Look deeper at your records, your books, your loved ones; look deeper.
by Leonard Jacobson: To be present is to awaken into that dimension of your self and that dimension of life which is transcendent of the thinking mind.
Eckhart Tolle: “Movies really have replaced what traditionally were mythologies, that every culture had their mythological beliefs and their collective ‘stories.’
In this Question and Answer sample, Eckhart explains how we’re here both to be and to become in varying degrees.
by Sheryl Paul: We live in a very loud world…
Leonard Jacobson: That which you seek, you already are. Just wake up and be that. Then you will be in the truth of life. You will be enlightened.
I was first introduced to Eckhart Tolle‘s teachings many years ago, while wandering through a bookstore on Michigan Ave. in Chicago. His book called to me, as books often do.
The Best of Connecting Point: Dan Millman (born February 22, 1946) is a former Trampolining world champion athlete, university coach, martial arts instructor and college professor, and an author of fourteen self-help books,
Eckhart Tolle shares his wisdom ranging from staying balanced and avoiding unnecessary medications to appreciating the present:
by Laura Schocker: There’s no doubt that technology can be stressful.