Practicing Presence: A Guide for the Spiritual Teacher and Health Practitioner (English and Korean Edition) Reviews

Practicing Presence: A Guide for the Spiritual Teacher and Health Practitioner (English and Korean Edition)

A Guide for the Spiritual Teacher & Group Practitioner Teacher Series TM – Health Professionals, Counselors, Therapists. Learn to apply the wisdom teachings of Eckhart Tolle and steer your clients toward true and lasting transformation. At this retreat Eckhart supports and guides the teacher / practitioner to bring the spacious, aware stillness and acceptance of what is into their working modality with individuals and groups. Session Titles: 1. The Two Requirements to be an Effective Teacher and Health Practitioner 2. Mastering the Art of Living in the Two Dimensions 3. The Right Use of “Pointers” as a Teaching Aid 4. About Enlightenment and the Use of Techniques 5. Charging money for your Spiritual Teaching Lessons contained in this series:
Knowing when you are ready to teach
Guidelines for offering private sessions
Teaching modalities
When does healing work?
Teaching children and teenagers
Working with traumatic life situations
The bridge between form and the formless
Disidentification from the inner drama of the pain-body 6 x CDs
Running time: 6 hours, 40 minutes
Recorded: Mt Madonna, California USA 2003

Rating: (out of 5 reviews)

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6 Responses to “Practicing Presence: A Guide for the Spiritual Teacher and Health Practitioner (English and Korean Edition) Reviews”

  1. John Hempstead Says:

    Review by John Hempstead for Practicing Presence: A Guide for the Spiritual Teacher and Health Practitioner (English and Korean Edition)
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    This set of CD’s would be more suited as a DVD. There are several long pauses, mostly in the first and last CD. Since the listener cannot see Tolle’s “presence” we are sometimes not sure what is happening.

    This set is worthwhile, but I would recommend “Through the Open Door” as Eckhart’s best CD.

  2. Matjaž Lesjak Says:

    Review by Matjaž Lesjak for Practicing Presence: A Guide for the Spiritual Teacher and Health Practitioner (English and Korean Edition)
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    Very useful lecture. As a psychotherapist I am now more confident with situations, where I dont know what to do, what to say. I leave space and somehow answers come…It works. On the other hand I see, that there is no need to mistify such people as Tolle ( somehow superficial knowledge about analytical therapies). Anyway: great wisdom, new aproach, fresh look, “evidence based” work.

    Matjaz Lesjak MD

  3. A Reader with Gratitude and Appreciation Says:

    Review by A Reader with Gratitude and Appreciation for Practicing Presence: A Guide for the Spiritual Teacher and Health Practitioner (English and Korean Edition)
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    It is so strange to read these mixed reviews.

    For me, just when I thought Eckhart Tolle’s words could not get any better (after reading A New Earth & The Power of Now), this is one that helped me learn about the couple questions I have in my head about spiritual “teaching”. I am not a health practitioner or a therapist. However, I am always inspired to become a guided meditation “teacher” (but nothing to teach really) some day. This helps me out so much!

    Others are entitled to have their own opinions and I fully respect it.

    For me, this set of CDs worked beautifully well with these pauses in the middle. He gave us the “pointer” and then there is the space (the pause) right there for us to go beyond thoughts. How beautiful is that (I say to myself).

    I understand people’s frustrations on Eckhart Tolle’s teaching and in all these books, tapes, CDs, DVDs. His words either points our soul to go straight to Nirvana (the NOW and that is it … no more conceptual thinking of enlightenment or the idea of Nirvana) or you try to analyze his words too much (particularly this CD set) and then lost in the thinking forest without a guiding light.

    When one of my friends was in turmoil, I gave her “The Power of Now” and told her that was the best thing to help me out, her feedback to me was that Eckhart Tolle’s teaching was too abstract and too deep that she couldn’t understand it. I was not offended at all.

    However, I learned something here! It is just that one needs to beware that Eckhart Tolle’s “Way” is NOT the only way and different people are drawn to the different “teachers”/”authors” they need at the time for personal/professional/spiritual growth. That was a big “Aha” moment for me when I listened to this set of CDs.

    Also, I do not think everyone is ready for Eckhart Tolle’s teaching because it requires two conditions to make his words work for us. Condition #1 is that we suffered enough in our head to realize fully (body, mind, heart & soul) that we want to let go of the egoic mind dominated thinking and suffering is optional. Condition #2 is the willingness of not analyzing Eckhart Tolle’s teaching in our head but instead, just feel the words in the bottom of our hearts. Condition #2 is most essential to get any benefit out of Eckhart Tolle’s work.

    That is why Eckhart Tolle mentioned before that some people are “not ready” for the more gentle, peaceful self yet. Please beware that “Not Ready” is not judging. It is simply a fact that the “mind” is not ready to give up its control yet. No more …

    I don’t recommend beginner of Presence to start off with this set of CDs because it most likely will get one more confused. I suggest “Power of Now” or “A New Earth” first if you were going to ask me for suggestions.

    That is all I have to say. You can agree, or disagree to my words. They are just words, which words are always fragmented serving as labels. The most important thing is whether you can find inner peace and serenity for yourself and maybe for others if they choose to join you.

    Thank you.

  4. Joseph Macchiarulo Says:

    Review by Joseph Macchiarulo for Practicing Presence: A Guide for the Spiritual Teacher and Health Practitioner (English and Korean Edition)
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    This is a great set of CD’s for someone who is looking for a more in-depth understanding of presence and Tolle’s work.

  5. Sacca7 Says:

    Review by Sacca7 for Practicing Presence: A Guide for the Spiritual Teacher and Health Practitioner (English and Korean Edition)
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    This is a typical Tolle CD. He doesn’t come across well by recorded voice, whereas his DVD’s are better at transmitting the essence of presence.

    It is about “practicing presence” as the title says. However, he does not go into details about how to teach this to others except through living example. Tolle even makes a joke of the fact that he isn’t “teaching” a method or technique. A classic non-dual evasion of responsibility.

    Basically, it’s an okay set if you know presence (which is scintillating ever-nowness) but even then, why bother? It’s not worth it if you want some concrete suggestions to help others awaken.

  6. Dr Keith Maitland Says:

    l have just published a book called YOU ARE GOOD ENOUGH Clear your negativity and live in the positive how can l get it listed on your site

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