Eckhart Tolle in Conversation with Bradley Horowitz | Talks at Google

Eckhart Tolle stops by Google for a fireside chat with Bradley Horowitz. The subject is: “Living with Meaning, Purpose and Wisdom in the Digital Age.”


32 thoughts on “Eckhart Tolle in Conversation with Bradley Horowitz | Talks at Google

  1. WTF! ! ! The Google dude; "We aspire to do epic stuff and make a difference in the world. And yet even as we create this dazzling technology, we wanna be sure to pay attention to our own inner technology"

  2. I am veryy happy that google did it! 6 months I live with this teaching and my life became wonderful! I`ve stopped to angry and became positive person. My friends notice changes in me and asks me: how?

  3. I remember when Eckhart told that story to Oprah about when he was about to commit suicide and said to himself I cannot live with myself any longer and realized there was one self observing the other. that I saw at a time when I was in a very dark place and it really saved me

  4. Eckhart is a true genius someone who understand the universe on a much deeper level than people who try to understand it on a conceptual mind level,this is high end intelligence.

  5. How does one find that wisdom thing away from the outside interference? Supposing a iguana hunter is chasing after an iguana and the animal enters an anthill with 6 apertures, what will the hunter do? He will close 5 apertures and pump smoke into the anthill. later the iguana will emerge from the 6th aperture and hunter can capture it. in the same awy you shut the eye, ear, toungus, nose and touch senses and open only the mind sense and watch the inhalation and exhalation of breathing. That is the beginning and is the present moment.

  6. Information will never work unless you use the 6 senses of ear, eye, nose, tongue, body & mind. They determine sound, form, smell, taste, touch and things. Knowledge is what you store in your consciousness in the form of nama/rupa or name/form. Wisdom is beyond the 6 senses and is about knowldge of suffering, cause for suffering being greed, elimination of suffering called nirodha and the path to that purification the eightfold noble path.

  7. The only thing that I don't like at Eckhart Tolle is his recourse to the bible.Please, Mr. Tolle, let Geezas go! Let him go with all of his belongings!

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