Critical Analysis Of Eckhart Tolle's The Power Of Now

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Eckhart Tolle’s “The Power of Now” is the best book to understand the value of now.
These days we are planning so much about our life and it seems like we want to control our future. For that reason, when something goes wrong or out of planning, generally we become stressful and we don 't understand what to do next.
Remember, Life is not a to-do-list. Life is a surprising experience and it gives us surprises every day, So that we can feel we are alive.
In my today’s articles, I am going to discuss Eckhart Tolle’s message about the present movement and how we can deal with these surprises.
“The past has no power over the present moment.”- Eckhart Tolle
In the long run of our life, we meet with so many disappointments. Some of those disappointments
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Even anger makes it worse. Anger not only bad for your health but also reduce the chances to make wise decisions. Sometimes with anger, we take that decision which brings regrets later.
“Pleasure is always derived from something outside you, whereas joy arises from within.” - Eckhart Tolle
Real happiness comes from inside not from the outside. Materialistic things can give you happiness for some time, but in the long run, happiness can only stay with you if you feel it from inside. Seek for that happiness which comes from inside.
“It is not uncommon for people to spend their whole life waiting to start living.” - Eckhart Tolle
Is it now or not the situation? Nobody can force anyone for that. It 's up to your willpower. Will you want to live a life that you nowhere imagine ever? Or you want to be remembered for what you love.
“Living up to an image that you have of yourself or that other people have of you is inauthentic living.” - Eckhart Tolle
Don 't just live by people 's expectations. Set yourself free. Do whatever you want to do in your life. Live for yourself and do that work which makes you happy. When you pursue a work that you love, it will bless your life with happiness and love.
“Awareness is the greatest agent for change.” -
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