The Doorway Into Now
Transcending Our Obsession with Time

Depending on how you look at it, the present moment can be either a brick wall or a wide-open gateway to freedom. With The Doorway into Now, Eckhart Tolle offers practical pointers to help us manage both our compulsion to think and our psychological obsession with the progression of time.

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What is your relationship to time? For most of us, the ticking of the clock propels our attention away from the here and now—and toward an imaginary future that our thoughts tell us is far more important. Inevitably, this leads to frustration and suffering, and robs us of the richness of life available only in the timeless present.

With The Doorway into Now, Eckhart Tolle challenges the thought-based concept of time, inviting us to “step out of the stream of mental activity” and discover the formless, eternal essence of who we are beyond the mind—what he often describes as “stillness.”

Offering his hallmark pointers, teaching stories, and guidance, this transformational video program explores:


• Getting beneath the surface to realize the source of our being

• Non-resistance: our primary pathway for aligning with the flow of life and accessing true intelligence

• Living skillfully in the dimensions of both form and stillness

• How all that arises in the moment can become a doorway into presence


“Whatever you do externally is secondary,” explains Eckhart Tolle. “Of primary importance is the state of consciousness behind it.” The Doorway into Now is a powerful teaching session on what he calls the main purpose of our lives: to awaken spiritually. It is “then that a new world—through you—comes into being.”

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Contents 1 DVD (1 hour, 42 minutes)
Date Published September 15, 2015
ISBN-10 1-894884-37-X
ISBN-13 978-1-894884-37-2
Dimensions 5 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches
Product Code ET04637D

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Contents 1 Video download (1 hour, 42 minutes)
Filetypes MP4
Date Published September 15, 2015
ISBN-10 1-62203-698-0
ISBN-13 978-1-62203-698-1
Product Code ET04637W