Eckhart Tolle and the Nature of Reality

Worldview is a set of beliefs about the universe and the nature of reality.

Eternal Truth is Eternal Truth, no matter what package it is in. When we study the Divine, we are embarking on a sacred adventure whether it be by studying the Metaphysical, Christian, Buddhist, Hinduism or Asian beliefs.

The Glory of God is intelligence, and recognizing the Divine in our lives leads to a spiritual awakening.

We all have life experiences. Each of them helps mold us into the people we become. Some of those experiences are wonderful, some are not.

Eckhart Tolle The power of now

Eckhart Tolle teaches us about the pursuit of spirituality, character, and intelligence.

Spiritual Awakening or Inner Calm can be the result.

Open inquiry and pursuit of truth is what we’re after and when we honestly study, we will find it. There is a fabulous power of Now.

It all starts with becoming a master observer of self, like a mouse in our pocket.

“You are shown how to free yourselves from the enslavement of the mind.” Toole explains, “There is intense conscience presence in the now.”

Thinking is an addiction, an inability to stop is our problem. We attach so much value in thinking, our esteem is connected to it.

The greater part of human pain is non-acceptance, some form of unconscious resistance to what is.

On the level of thought, the resistance is some form of judgment. The intensity of our pain depends on the degree of resistance to the present moment, and this in turn depends on how strongly you are identified with your mind.

Tolle teaches that “The mind always seeks to deny the Now and to escape from it.”

Observe pain and that transmutes it. Just like St. Paul said, “Everything is shown by being exposed.”

The more you accept your ego as the truth, the more pain you may be subjecting yourself to.

Learn more about what Eckhart Tolle teaches buy reading The Power of Now that you can purchase on Amazon by clicking on the book right here.

Are you familiar with Eckhart Tolle? Have you learned from his great teaching? Let me know in the comments below~


About our Co-Founder: With a bachelors in Social Work, Linda is 50 years old, happily married with eight children and 13 grandchildren. Diagnosed with MS in 1995 and now having accepted and truly embraced her new reality, Linda has created She is dedicated to proving that joy can be chosen while living with Multiple Sclerosis. Linda specializes in helping others, especially those with MS attain the lifestyle, independence and happiness amid living with MS.


  1. Shameka@Timber Doors

    Hello Linda! Such another great post. So true, each of us have different experiences in life in which we are learning from it. Thanks for sharing and the video as well!

  2. the only way to improve our environment is knowing ourselves. definitely buy the book. thanks for the post.

    • Mary,
      Thank you for saying so! I totally agree! I wrote a post a while ago about looking inside, deep within, exactly like Eckhart is talking about!

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    • Dulcie,
      Tell me a little about your venture. It looks like you are also helping others with weight loss, I’m sure our readers would like to hear!

  4. What’s up, I read your blog regularly. Your writing style is awesome, keep up the good work!

    • Laura,
      I have the hardest time deleting comments like this one. I appreciate your compliment but I would like it even better if you would act like you actually read the article or watched Eckhart’s interview. Maybe tell me a little about yourself so I can get to know you! I see that you are working with weight loss of some kind, tell me a little more about that!

  5. Hi Linda! Thank you for sharing this meaningful post about reality. By the way, I would like to know. Does Eckhart Tolle discuss a way on how to start becoming a master observer in his book the Power of Now?

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