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Here you may share how the words Eckhart Tolle have affected your life.
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Post by Webwanderer » Mon Aug 06, 2007 12:21 am

Nice post Yougarksooo, very clearly stated. Too many good points to quote. :)

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Post by mikel » Mon Aug 06, 2007 12:29 am

mikel what I said was a joke. It was meant to be funny. Smile Did you see the little font 'me'? Hehe nevermind.
A joke eh?, hold on JJ, I thought jokes weren't allowed on this kind of forum!!... perhaps you should be posting on that other forum, funny's inspired by the teachings of eckhart tolle... :)

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Post by mikel » Mon Aug 06, 2007 12:59 am

To be awake means to not take the overlay as reality. To see it for what it is.
this gets to the heart of it for me yougarksooo. :) well expressed

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Post by Dongle » Thu Sep 13, 2007 2:40 pm

it becomes harder and harder these days to make something out of nothing...
I quite enjoyed this mikel, thank you, it is also nice to know someone else has experienced similar sensations.

Regarding these sensations, I particularly when reading through the forum, or driving in my car, regularly get 'shivers' starting at the top of my spine and moving down, and about my shoulder blades. I also find if I focus on the point of origin the sensation remains albeit less intense. Im not sure what it is, but I quite enjoy it

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