24 Books Recommended by Eckhart Tolle’s

24 Books Recommended by Eckhart Tolle’s

Eckhart Tolle was born in Germany. When he was 29, a profound spiritual transformation virtually dissolved his old identity and radically changed the course of his life. He is now a counsellor and spiritual teacher, and the author of The Power of Now, Practising the Power of Now and Stillness Speaks.

  • The Fall: The Insanity of the Ego in Human History and the Dawning of A New Era by Steve Taylor
  • Krishnamurti’s Notebook by Jiddu Krishnamurti
  • When Krishnamurtis Notebook first became available in 1976, it was soon realized that it was a spiritually unique document giving his perceptions and experiences and describing his states of consciousness. It is a kind of diary but one that is little concerned with the day to day process of living, though very much aware of the natural world.
  • A Course in Miracles by Helen Schucman
  • Synopsis A Course in Miracles is a classic in modern spirituality. The landmark guide is in as much demand today as it was when it was first published in 1975. This updated text is split into three volumes which include the text, workbook for students and manual for teachers. Although the course is Christian in statement, it deals with universal spiritual themes, and is designed to help achieve dramatic, lasting results in every aspect of your life.
  • Wisdom from an Empty Mind by Jacob Liberman
  • The Bhagavad Gita: A Walkthrough for Westerners by Jack Hawley
  • The Hand of God: Thoughts and Images Reflecting the Spirit of the Universe by Michael Reagan
  • The Diamond in Your Pocket by Gangaji
  • Waking Up in Time: Finding Inner Peace in Times of Accelerating Change by Peter Russell
  • From Science to God: A Physicist’s Journey Into the Mystery of Consciousness by Peter Russell
  • Peter Russell went from being a strict atheist and scientist to discovering a profound personal synthesis of the mystical and the scientific. That transition is the basis of this book. In From Science to God, he blends physics, psychology, and philosophy to reach a new worldview in which consciousness is a fundamental quality of creation. Russell shows how all the ingredients for this worldview are in place; it remains only to put the pieces together and explore the new picture of reality that emerges. Integrating a deep knowledge of science with his own experiences of meditation, Russell arrives at a universe similar to that described by many mystics — one in which the inner and outer worlds no longer conflict. The bridge between them, he shows, is light, and this book invites readers to cross that bridge to find new meaning in God and a deeper significance in spiritual practice.
  • Small Graces: The Quiet Gifts of Everyday Life by Kent Nerburn
  • Embark with the author on a personal journey that reveals the sacredness of the small things in life and what they can teach us about living spiritually fulfilling lives.
  • Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu
  • In eighty-one brief chapters, Lao-tzu’s Tao Te Ching, or Book of the Way, provides advice that imparts balance and perspective, a serene and generous spirit, and teaches us how to work for the good with the effortless skill that comes from being in accord with the Tao — the basic principle of the universe
  • Passionate Presence: Seven Qualities of Awakened Awareness by Catherine Ingram
  • I Am That by Nisargadatta Maharaj
  • Collecting Nisargadatta Maharaj’s speeches on the Advaita Vedanta, I Am That explores the human existence and our association with the body. Believing that the body is all limits the consciousness and it is only when we move beyond and look at the Atman that we are able to realize ourselves for who we are. Realization that we are, that we truly “are” is pivotal in Advaita philosophy, freeing us from self-doubt and weakness. Nisargadatta Maharaj’s teachings and messages permeate within this book, translated by Maurice Frydman from the original Marathi.
  • The Wisdom Way of Knowing: Reclaiming An Ancient Tradition to Awaken the Heart by Cynthia Bourgeault
  • The Way of the Wizard: Twenty Spiritual Lessons for Creating the Life You Want by Deepak Chopra
  • The Heart of Awareness: A Translation of the Ashtavakra Gita by Thomas Byrom
  • Awareness: The Perils and Opportunities of Reality by Anthony De Mello
  • Be As You Are by Sri Ramana Maharshi
  • The simple but powerful teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi, one of India’s most revered spiritual masters, continue to enlighten and enrich over sixty years after his death.
  • The Art of Meditation by Joel S. Goldsmith
  • This classic, bestselling introduction to a regular program of daily meditation defines meditation’s vital role in spiritual living, and features careful instructions, illustrative examples, and specially written meditations.
  • Freedom from the Unknown by Jiddu Krishnamurti
  • Krishnamurti shows how people can free themselves radically and immediately from the tyranny of the expected, no matter what their age — opening the door to transforming society and their relationships.
  • A Parenthesis in Eternity: Living the Mystical Life by Joel S. Goldsmith
  • Goldsmith explains the Circle of Eternity — the basis of his approach to mysticism — and tells how to transcend the “parenthesis’’ of our everyday lives that falls between birth and death.
  • 365 Nirvana Here And Now by Josh Baran​The Fall: The Insanity of the Ego in Human History and the Dawning of A New Era by Steve Taylor
  • Krishnamurti’s Notebook by Jiddu Krishnamurti
  • When Krishnamurtis Notebook first became available in 1976, it was soon realized that it was a spiritually unique document giving his perceptions and experiences and describing his states of consciousness. It is a kind of diary but one that is little concerned with the day to day process of living, though very much aware of the natural world.
  • A Course in Miracles by Helen Schucman
  • Synopsis A Course in Miracles is a classic in modern spirituality. The landmark guide is in as much demand today as it was when it was first published in 1975. This updated text is split into three volumes which include the text, workbook for students and manual for teachers. Although the course is Christian in statement, it deals with universal spiritual themes, and is designed to help achieve dramatic, lasting results in every aspect of your life.
  • Wisdom from an Empty Mind by Jacob Liberman
  • The Bhagavad Gita: A Walkthrough for Westerners by Jack Hawley
  • The Hand of God: Thoughts and Images Reflecting the Spirit of the Universe by Michael Reagan
  • The Diamond in Your Pocket by Gangaji
  • Waking Up in Time: Finding Inner Peace in Times of Accelerating Change by Peter Russell
  • From Science to God: A Physicist’s Journey Into the Mystery of Consciousness by Peter Russell
  • Peter Russell went from being a strict atheist and scientist to discovering a profound personal synthesis of the mystical and the scientific. That transition is the basis of this book. In From Science to God, he blends physics, psychology, and philosophy to reach a new worldview in which consciousness is a fundamental quality of creation. Russell shows how all the ingredients for this worldview are in place; it remains only to put the pieces together and explore the new picture of reality that emerges. Integrating a deep knowledge of science with his own experiences of meditation, Russell arrives at a universe similar to that described by many mystics — one in which the inner and outer worlds no longer conflict. The bridge between them, he shows, is light, and this book invites readers to cross that bridge to find new meaning in God and a deeper significance in spiritual practice.
  • Small Graces: The Quiet Gifts of Everyday Life by Kent Nerburn
  • Embark with the author on a personal journey that reveals the sacredness of the small things in life and what they can teach us about living spiritually fulfilling lives.
  • Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu
  • In eighty-one brief chapters, Lao-tzu’s Tao Te Ching, or Book of the Way, provides advice that imparts balance and perspective, a serene and generous spirit, and teaches us how to work for the good with the effortless skill that comes from being in accord with the Tao — the basic principle of the universe
  • Passionate Presence: Seven Qualities of Awakened Awareness by Catherine Ingram
  • I Am That by Nisargadatta Maharaj
  • Collecting Nisargadatta Maharaj’s speeches on the Advaita Vedanta, I Am That explores the human existence and our association with the body. Believing that the body is all limits the consciousness and it is only when we move beyond and look at the Atman that we are able to realize ourselves for who we are. Realization that we are, that we truly “are” is pivotal in Advaita philosophy, freeing us from self-doubt and weakness. Nisargadatta Maharaj’s teachings and messages permeate within this book, translated by Maurice Frydman from the original Marathi.
  • The Wisdom Way of Knowing: Reclaiming An Ancient Tradition to Awaken the Heart by Cynthia Bourgeault
  • The Way of the Wizard: Twenty Spiritual Lessons for Creating the Life You Want by Deepak Chopra
  • The Heart of Awareness: A Translation of the Ashtavakra Gita by Thomas Byrom
  • Awareness: The Perils and Opportunities of Reality by Anthony De Mello
  • Be As You Are by Sri Ramana Maharshi
  • The simple but powerful teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi, one of India’s most revered spiritual masters, continue to enlighten and enrich over sixty years after his death.
  • The Art of Meditation by Joel S. Goldsmith
  • This classic, bestselling introduction to a regular program of daily meditation defines meditation’s vital role in spiritual living, and features careful instructions, illustrative examples, and specially written meditations.
  • Freedom from the Unknown by Jiddu Krishnamurti
  • Krishnamurti shows how people can free themselves radically and immediately from the tyranny of the expected, no matter what their age — opening the door to transforming society and their relationships.
  • A Parenthesis in Eternity: Living the Mystical Life by Joel S. Goldsmith
  • Goldsmith explains the Circle of Eternity — the basis of his approach to mysticism — and tells how to transcend the “parenthesis’’ of our everyday lives that falls between birth and death.
  • 365 Nirvana Here And Now by Josh Baran

24 Books Recommended by Eckhart Tolle’s

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