How To Silence The Racing Thoughts In Your Mind ~ Eckhart Tolle
Eckart Tolle is one the leading spiritual teachers in the world today. Born in Germany, educated in England & now residing in Canada.
Eckhart Tolle is a #1 New York Times bestseller with, The Power of Now having sold over 5 million copies. Eckhart teaches us how to leave the analytical mind and recognise our false sense of self, which we believe to be the ultimate controller of our lives.
Eckhart teaches us..
“You are not your thoughts.“
Having suffered from crippling anxiety for many years. It wasn’t until the age of 29, that Eckhart Tolle experienced a spiritual breakthrough in the middle of the night, which was the catalyst for his spiritual journey to begin.
Eckhart Tolle has spent decades studying and deepening the understanding of his own breakthrough, Eckhart uses simple language to explain complicated shifts of perspective and thought process, which when utilised have the potential to improve our lives dramatically.
Listen closely as Eckart Tolle explains this simple process for becoming present to calm your racing thoughts.
Transcript | Eckhart Tolle – How To Silence Voices In Your Head
When we told you Eckhart would be coming on Super Soul Sunday. We heard the collective digital cheer online, you told us you had questions for Eckhart and he happily agreed to take a few. Laura one of our Facebook followers, wanted to know, how to calm the voice in her head. She writes “I feel like my mind is racing an enormous speed and at night it’s even worse.”
“How can I stop the constant stream of consciousness in my mind.”
Good question, many people will be thankful for that question. So first of all the question implies that you know that your mind won’t stop. If you are totally immersed you’re so identified with your mind, even the thought that your mind won’t stop, doesn’t even occur to you because you become your mind. You don’t know that it is your mind, that won’t stop. So Laura that’s a big, that’s.. you’re ahead of the game. The fact that Laura knows that her mind won’t stop is a good thing.
It’s a good start, so when you hear the thought “Why can’t I stop my mind.”