The Journey Into Yourself

The Journey Into Yourself

The Journey into Yourself by Eckhart Tolle is an eight CD, 10 hour presentation of a retreat given by Tolle."To retreat means to step back--not only from the outer world, but also from the world in your head, the thinking mind. This retreat welcomes you to the silence within. It gives the listener an opportunity to experience the Now as it is, to realize its formless essen...

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Title:The Journey Into Yourself
Author:Eckhart Tolle
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The Journey Into Yourself Reviews

  • Wael Kabli

    Its very beautiful deep five into yourself. If you are into awakening and enlightenment, this is a must to listen to. I love every single part of this journey. Specially the silence between words (you will appreciate them too after you listen to this audio). Lots of laughs and many things (or one thing actually) you learn about yourself like drama, body pain, living in the vertical dimension. If you are looking and discovering enlightenment or i think it is important if you are deeply into this

    Its very beautiful deep five into yourself. If you are into awakening and enlightenment, this is a must to listen to. I love every single part of this journey. Specially the silence between words (you will appreciate them too after you listen to this audio). Lots of laughs and many things (or one thing actually) you learn about yourself like drama, body pain, living in the vertical dimension. If you are looking and discovering enlightenment or i think it is important if you are deeply into this and you like to understand the core concepts beyond techniques, this will be something that you will enjoy. The questions add lots of value and to listen to this couple times and try to be listen to it in the "Now", you will be amazed how each time you will get fulfillment from it.

  • Joseph Santiago

    I enjoyed spending time with this work. Tolle is a very thought provoking author and lecturer that is at his best when interacting with his audience. Going through this work is relaxing and stimulating for me. In seeking what matters in this life I have learned to appreciate the beauty and flaws of experience through sharing in some of Tolle's perspectives. It is a good read.

    Mr. Joe

  • Joanne

    I listened to this book over several months. I would take it in small doses to give myself time to absorb and apply these thoughtful teachings to everyday situations. It was uncanny how I often seemed to hear what I needed to hear at that very moment in my life. It has completely changed how I face life's difficult situations. I highly recommend it, especially to those like me who had trouble dealing with frustrating situations and people. I strive to no longer get worked up about these situatio

    I listened to this book over several months. I would take it in small doses to give myself time to absorb and apply these thoughtful teachings to everyday situations. It was uncanny how I often seemed to hear what I needed to hear at that very moment in my life. It has completely changed how I face life's difficult situations. I highly recommend it, especially to those like me who had trouble dealing with frustrating situations and people. I strive to no longer get worked up about these situations but accept and face them calmly and patiently.

  • Pam

    I listened to this on Audiobook. It is a transformative series of retreat talks given by Tolle, whose voice and sense of humor make it meditative and lively. I've listened to it many times and will continue to. Each time, something resonates deeper about the nature of life and experience in the moment and who we are as "selves" in the moment.

  • Ghenadie Virtos

    Excellent series of talks which expands on the concepts from the Power of Now and dwells on the practical applications of those ideas. It had a calming and reinvigorating effect on me so I kept returning to some of the chapters whenever I had a spare minute to listen to the audio version. Some of the ideas that resonated particularly well me me are: the non-resistance, the difference between reality and the stories that we impose on it, the tricks that our mind keeps playing on us and how me mis

    Excellent series of talks which expands on the concepts from the Power of Now and dwells on the practical applications of those ideas. It had a calming and reinvigorating effect on me so I kept returning to some of the chapters whenever I had a spare minute to listen to the audio version. Some of the ideas that resonated particularly well me me are: the non-resistance, the difference between reality and the stories that we impose on it, the tricks that our mind keeps playing on us and how me mistake the mind with the 'I', the power of being in the now and appreciating what is here and now rather than always being connected to what already happened or what is yet to follow.

  • Nadya Ichinomiya

    Tolle's gentle voice and slight German accent are very calming to me. I found myself not only really looking forward to listening to this on Audible on the way to work, I discovered that it was the "miracle cure" for having me discard anything that had splashed on me while at work. It always returns me to my "Self" and leaves me in a state of ease, joy, and lightness and so fully present to the miracle and opportunity of life.

    I purchased the Audible version because I always want to have access t

    Tolle's gentle voice and slight German accent are very calming to me. I found myself not only really looking forward to listening to this on Audible on the way to work, I discovered that it was the "miracle cure" for having me discard anything that had splashed on me while at work. It always returns me to my "Self" and leaves me in a state of ease, joy, and lightness and so fully present to the miracle and opportunity of life.

    I purchased the Audible version because I always want to have access to some of Tolle's work, just in case I need to plug into something I know will calm and empower me!

  • Leonie Brown

    Life changing! ❤

    Life changing! ❤️

  • Stacye

    This book starts out slow. I've listened to the beginning twice and still can't decide why it doesn't keep my attention. The good news is that things pick up quickly. I recommend the audiobook with one caveat. There is one audience member who laughs loudly, sometimes inappropriately, and always in an irritating manner. I've read other reviews that mentioned this, as well. It didn't necessarily detract from my experience but it did leave me wondering why someone didn't edit him out. (I can't imag

    This book starts out slow. I've listened to the beginning twice and still can't decide why it doesn't keep my attention. The good news is that things pick up quickly. I recommend the audiobook with one caveat. There is one audience member who laughs loudly, sometimes inappropriately, and always in an irritating manner. I've read other reviews that mentioned this, as well. It didn't necessarily detract from my experience but it did leave me wondering why someone didn't edit him out. (I can't imagine having been there with this person. Being in the same auditorium with him must have been torture!) On the other hand Eckhart, too, laughs often, revealing a facet of his personality I didn't expect. It does add to his charm. The material is vintage Eckhart. If you know him you won't necessarily hear anything new but the review is helpful.

  • Billy

    Eckhart Tolle is a calm and thoughtful spiritual teacher.

    A good learning again. How to slow down and experience what is within.

    Good Quote:

    ONE: We need to live in the is-ness. Even the happiest moment can only be NOW. the happiness can be a guarantee in the future. The happiness can be experienced in the past. the past is just memories.

    TWO: The people who are sick and have a serious illness will be living fully in the NOW. It is because he has no future to look forward to. Thought of really ne

    Eckhart Tolle is a calm and thoughtful spiritual teacher.

    A good learning again. How to slow down and experience what is within.

    Good Quote:

    ONE: We need to live in the is-ness. Even the happiest moment can only be NOW. the happiness can be a guarantee in the future. The happiness can be experienced in the past. the past is just memories.

    TWO: The people who are sick and have a serious illness will be living fully in the NOW. It is because he has no future to look forward to. Thought of really need to calculate the time math remaining for each person. So we could really make sure that the activities we do, people that we wanted to build a relationship with is the people that really matter.

  • Kyle

    This was a good dialogue with daily practice to being present. I liked it, it was funny, realistic and simple even though simple is not easy.

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