Spirituality for a Quiet Mind
Experience more presence and peace of mind in your daily life
Our minds are constantly at work, going over the same habitual thoughts again and again. The experience for most of us in any given
moment is that we are stuck in our heads, disconnected from our bodies, and living one step removed from our immediate situation.
One of Marianne’s most important teachings has to do with the transcendence of illusory thinking and the awakening of higher consciousness. In a recent blog post, she wrote:
Meditation is a method for synchronizing body and mind in the present moment. When the body and mind are in sync,
we are naturally relaxed, alert, open, and aware, and we experience ourselves and the world in a direct, unmediated way, without conceptual filters.
It is this direct experience of the fullness, vitality, and splendor of life that is the gift of meditation.
Eckhart Tolle and his teaching partner Kim Eng have developed a complementary approach to meditation practice, which they share with us each
month on Eckhart Tolle TV.com, an online video seminar series enjoyed by people all over the world. Eckhart takes an informal approach to meditation,
cautioning against using the practice as a means to an end. Kim brings us a more structured approach, using movement practices similar to qi gong and t’ai
chi along with formal instruction in breath, posture, working with attention, and so on.
To learn more about meditation and EckhartTolleTV.com, follow this link where you can see a free video with Eckhart and enjoy a free seven-day trial membership.