The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment

The Power of Now

Authors: Eckhart Tolle,

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Eckhart Tolle shows you how much of your life you can change by focusing on the present, in other words, by being mindful. On your journey to enlightenment, you will face its biggest enemy — your mind. Tolle helps you control it, as well as your reactions in life, and as a result you will develop a stronger connection with your inner-self.

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