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In simple language and with quiet humor, Eckhart Tolle explores the profound mystery of who we are. Eckhart begins this talk by presenting the problem we face as human beings: almost all of us have created a rigid sense of identity based on our history, our mental interpretations, and our memories of the past. It is who we think we are, "our story", and we constantly support it with endless thoughts in habitual patterns.
©2002 Eckhart Tolle (P)2006 New World Library

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My old time favorite edition. A wonderfully presented, a down to earth introduction to understanding the mystery of who we are.

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  • Souvik Mitter
  • 2015-04-03

Best

Best talk by Eckhart Tolle. Amazing performance. mesmerising. powerful. divine. I haven't heard any other talk to be so magnetic.

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  • Marcia
  • 2012-03-21

fantastic teachings

What made the experience of listening to In the Presence of a Great Mystery the most enjoyable?

His understanding of human behavior and thinking

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this is non fiction

If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

be hard to no plot it is nonfiction

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