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Eckhart Tolle

The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment

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If you’ve already read many self help books and still cant decide about what’s the problem you cant overcome, then this book can be one of the most influential book for you. The book totally focuses on – – living in the present – analyzing the surroundings – feeling the nonliving objects – controlling your mind to not to think too much and make mental movies – suggesting you to don’t take time too seriously – forget past and quit predicting future This book might not solve your problem but will help you clean up the mess in your mind, so that you’ll be able to live.


31 reviews for The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment

  1. Amit Behera (Verified Purchase)

    The only way to check if you are truly living or not is to find out how present you are. How much presence goes into what you do? and how much of the past and future you rethink on autopilot?

  2. vasanth ch (Verified Purchase)

    Eckhart has given a very simple and effective insight into the process of living in present. The whole book is beautifully divided into small sections and signs are added in every section to pause and think about the important paragraphs and understand their real meaning.

  3. Deepti Singh (Verified Purchase)

    Spiritual definition according to Echkart Tolle. Much simpler to understand. Those who find Gita difficult to read can definitely go for it.
    We as human beings do not surrender and that is why we get pain. Actually we have to rise above both pain and pleasure and to do that we need to surrender to the present.

  4. Pramod Mehta (Verified Purchase)

    I was looking for the best mindfulness book. But undoubtedly “Power of Now” is the best mindfulness book. Eckhart has not mentioned the word mindfulness, because mindfulness is the state of mind without thoughts. Great book. The book greatly describes the meaning of TRUE HAPPINESS.

  5. Keshab Roy (Verified Purchase)

    I came to know about this book when I was reading The Secret by Rhonda Byrne.I was extremely delighted by reading this magnificient work.It made me realign the way I look at situations and treating people,life.Truly a great work to be read in a lifetime.

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