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Video > Why You Should Let Your Emotions Flow in 2023

Do you ever feel negative emotions for a long time? As Eckhart explains, it is important to experience your emotions deeply, but avoid letting them take root in you.

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Video > From Self-Sabotaging to Conscious Freedom in 2023

Eckhart distinguishes between the use of willpower and “Presence power” to handle compulsive behavior and addiction. In what areas of your life do you find you may need to cultivate more awareness and "Presence power"?

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Video > How to Be More Present Every Day in 2023

Do you want to go into 2023 being more present than ever? Eckhart Tolle shares practical tips to bring more Presence into your daily life.

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Video > You Are the Consciousness of the Universe

In this 20 minute meditation, Eckhart talks about stepping out of thought, why we are the consciousness of the universe and self-esteem.

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Video > How to Stop Body Shaming Yourself and Others

Are you constantly comparing your body to others? The essence of beauty has nothing to do with form, according to Eckhart.

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Video > How Can One Make Decisions with Presence?

How can you make good decisions based on presence? Step one: be still. Step two: be patient.

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Video > Should I Ignore Nice Thoughts?

When Eckhart is asked what to do with nice thoughts and how to deal with them, he shares that the task is to be present and to move beyond thinking to a state of awareness.

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Video > Awakening through Loss

Eckhart discusses how the cultivation of present-moment awareness and the acceptance of the nature of impermanence can inform and guide our evolution.

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Video > Do You Need to Be Still to Be Present?

Can you do things while being present? Eckhart discusses the importance of balancing being and doing and why awareness is important while the mind is active.

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Video > Is the Energy I Am Feeling Ok?

Eckhart discusses the nature of emotions as energy, how our thoughts and emotions interact, and how the pain-body fluctuates between dormancy and “feeding time” activity.

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