What is forgiveness? Is it different from compassion? Is it different from the Buddhist concept of Bodhicitta? In this live question Q&A Eckhart illuminates the nature of forgiveness, reminding us of the realm wherein it becomes unnecessary.
Eckhart answers the question "Is it possible to be in the state of presence without before having questions or stressful thoughts?" Intrusive or excessive thoughts are not the total of your consciousness.
Echkart emphasizes the importance of being disciplined with our use of devices because they are an extension of the human mind and are highly addictive. He suggests noticing if you are addicted to your device; and if you are...
If you’re completely surrendered to what is, do you still have that kind of selfless love for a specific person romantically? Eckhart answers this community question and delves into the spiritual side of all things love
Is it spiritually hindering to have pride in others and in oneself? Is being glad of ones accomplishments pride? The sense of pride, often accompanied by the ego, should not be confused with the feeling of goodness from your accomplishments
Eckhart shares the power of contemplating the ordinary moments of everyday life. By bringing consciousness to the small moments that often seem insignificant, we bring awareness, appreciation, and enjoyment to all forms of the present moment.
Eckhart discusses the inception of ideas and the process of creative manifestation. It's not a question of idea ownership with shared conceptions but overall enjoyment of the creative process as it's primary to the outcome.
Eckhart shares an essential teaching that likens the growth of awareness through difficulty to the body’s development of muscle through exercise. When we are pushed outside of our comfort zone, we have the chance to grow our perception and awaken