Eckhard Tolle On Time

99930929-09AE-461A-A256-44B284DEA1D9Eckhard Tolle (February 16, 1948 -)

To be free of time is to be free of the psychological need of the past for your identity and the future for your fulfillment. It represents the most profound transformation of consciousness that you can imagine. To realize this truth, you need to live it. When every cell of your body is so present that it feels vibrant with life, and when you can feel that life every moment as the joy of Being, then it can be said you are free of time.

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