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Oneness With All Life Hardcover – January 1, 2018
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May we all rest in this moment, no longer gripped in our stories and conditioning. Awakened and aware of the vitality, love, and joy of this moment and feel the New Earth within. We start with ourselves not pointing to others, the past, or future. Deep bow to Eckhart for being a graceful and compassionate portal for Life.
I have found myself reading one or two passages in the morning and then thinking about them during the drive to work. I have noticed a big difference in my demeanor. It’s like I arrive centered when I get to work and I seem to have a little more patience than I used to.
Well worth the cost of admission and definitely a keeper.
The ten sections cover the following material: Going beyond thought, the power of the present moment, who am I? Awakening, inner space, your life purpose, becoming present, consciousness, the inner body and oneness with all life.
As someone quite familiar with numerous Asian philosophies such as Taoism and Zen, the material in this book did not impress me; however, for fans of Eckhart Tolle this is a text they will probably enjoy reading.
The Zen philosophical principles of “Living in the present” “Life is suffering and due to desiring material things” and “living life with purpose” are not new concepts. Those seeking enlightenment will never find it according to Zen precepts; however, it will not hurt to read some of the many other great books on Zen and Taoism in your search for living a purposeful life.
Rating: 4 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: Martial Art and Warrior Haiku and Senryu).
By Jason Boehm on August 27, 2020
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Open at any page and you have food for thought, or to be correct, food for no thought.
And the whole purpose is to take breaks from mind activity.