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Do Have: An
Overview of the
Life On Purpose Perspective
Oprah and Eckhart Tolle have begun their web cast series on awakening
to your life purpose, some people have asked me to comment on various
aspect of Tolle's book and perhaps in some way compare it to the work
of the Life On
that the video is 30 minutes in length.
You may want
to pause it a few times and reflect upon what you've watched or go
through it all at one time.
I recommend before watching the video you take a
download and print out the Be-Do-Have
Tolle on seeking and deeper purpose
The present moment has always been available to spiritual seekers, but
as long as you are seeking you are not available to the present moment.
"Seeking" implies that you are looking to the future for some answer,
or for some achievement, spiritual or otherwise.
Everybody is in the seeking
mode, seeking to add something to who they are, whether it be money,
relationships, possessions, knowledge, status -- or spiritual
"Seeking" means you need more time, more future, more of this or that.
And there is nothing wrong with it. All that has its place in this
world. To make money, to gather knowledge, to learn a new skill, to
explore new territory, even to get from A to B -- for all these things
you need time.
For almost everything you need time, except for one thing: to embrace
the present moment. You need no time to open yourself to the power of
now and so awaken to who you are beyond name and form and realize that
in the depth of your being, you are already complete, whole, one with
the timeless essence of all life.
For that you
not only need no
time, but time is the obstacle to that realization, seeking is the
obstacle, needing to add something to who you are is the obstacle.
story of your life, how it all unfolds, whether you succeed or fail in
this world... Yes, it matters, yes, it’s important -- relatively, not
Only one thing is of absolute importance and this is it. If
you miss it, you miss the deeper purpose of your life, which I call the
flowering of human consciousness. And ultimately nothing else will