A discussion community revolving around Eckhart Tolle but not limited to him
WW wrote: I once prayed very deeply and passionately to understand the mechanics of how life worked. Be careful what you ask for. You can find yourself very much alone in this human experience.
painBody wrote:Eric - Thousands of books ... wow ! I remember earlier discussions with you and getting the impression that you're very well read.
eputkonen wrote:After all that reading, I can say the answer was not found in the books.
painBody wrote:WW - Deja vues and NDEs ... interesting. You also made one point that kind of sent chills down my spine, perhaps because it describes my experience eerily well - "You can find yourself very much alone in this human experience." But, interestingly, I was alone long before my seeking began. And, like you said, obtaining answers definitely heightened my sense of aloneness a thousandfold. Were you implying that the answers we seek spiritually, and the resultant awakening, can set us farther apart from the crowd because we see the world so differently ?
painBody wrote:We all know that words are never precise when it comes to spirituality, so, allowing for non-exactness, what in your life (or "life situation") motivated you to seek answers spiritually ? And, you don't have to be a Tolle follower.
To be honest, I've been on this site for a while, and I realize that I hardly know anyone here ... on the level of form, that is And, I would really like to get to know some of you a bit more. It also provides a bit of context when someone posts a response ... it helps to know "where they're coming from".
Your answer can be as concise or verbose, as specific or vague, as you'd like. You can talk about any relevant life events/situations, pleasant, unpleasant, or anywhere in between.
Thank you ... really.
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