In 12 Rules for Life, Jordan Peterson discusses why our lives feel so meaningless today. Why do we feel so aimless, like our efforts don’t matter, that our lives might ultimately not matter either? It all has to do with the fall of religion and the rise of secularism. Read more about Jordan Peterson’s meaning philosophy, and how to find it in your own life.
12 Rules for Life is one of the bestselling books in recent times. Famous author Jordan Peterson lays out 12 simple rules on how to conduct your life. The key point: individual responsibility. Take responsibility for your own life. Don’t worry about other problems – fix your own first. If everyone did this, many society-level problems would be solved. Learn the key points of the 12 Rules for Life rule list, and get a summary of each of the 12 Rules below.
As you practice being present, you will become present throughout a greater part of the day. Eventually, you may near enlightenment, which is being perpetually present. When you are enlightened you can rise above thought, using your mind in a focused and effective way,without being controlled by it or addicted to it. Learn Eckhart Tolle’s enlightenment advice here, from The Power of Now.
Want to build stronger relationships with your spouse, partner, and loved ones? How does being present improve your relationships? Here we’ll discuss Eckhart Tolle’s best advice on relationships, and how to be present in a relationship. Being present impacts your inner state first and foremost. That affects your behavior and, inevitably, how you interact with people around you.
We have discussed how important and beneficial it is to be present — but easier said than done. Presence will inevitably take practice (this is why Eckhart Tolle’s meditation is called a practice), and it will be like a muscle you can strengthen over time. The keys to this practice will be maintaining awareness of both your mind and body. Here we’ll cover Eckhart Tolle’s meditation tips and guide, from The Power of Now.
Do you feel like you always need to be in control? When events out of your control happen in your life, do you feel stressed and anxious? This is natural – but it might also not be the best way to live. Consider that surrendering might be a better path forward. Many people have a negative connotation of surrender, associating it with passively tolerating a situation without taking further action. However, surrendering to the Now means to stop fighting the flow of life and to accept the reality of the Now; only then can you take productive, positive action forward.
Do you feel a constant struggle in your life, like you’re resisting life and change? Does it feel like you’re not quite being true to yourself? The solution is to stop resisting – to let go, surrender, accept, and be present. But all of that is easier said than done. In this guide, we’ll cover why you’re resisting, what it feels like, and how to stop resisting.
Do you often feel that you’re not living truthfully to yourself? That you’re pretending to be someone you’re not? Do you feel constant tension day-to-day because of internal conflict? You’re not alone. Many of us need to figure out how to find our true self. But it’s unclear how. In The Power of Now, spiritual teacher Eckhart Tolle teaches you how to find your true self and get past the discouraging voices in your head.
What is Eckhart Tolle’s pain-body? Why does it cause so much trouble in your life? Why does your past cause you so much emotional pain today, no matter how hard you think about it? According to The Power of Now and Eckhart Tolle, the emotional pain body is the invisible entity of pain that accumulates through your life. This starts with painful experiences from childhood, and every experience that brings you emotional pain is added to the collection. As an accumulation of emotions, the pain body is ultimately a product of the ego that prevents you from being present and
Do you keep feeling emotional pain like sadness, regret, anger, grief, and guilt? Do you want to learn how to stop feeling emotional pain, and to heel all that pain inside you? It’s not easy, but it’s worth the struggle. From The Power of Now, we’ll cover the root of emotional pain and how to stop feeling emotional pain, so you can breathe freely and live your best life.