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This program contains the essence of Eckhart Tolle's teachings, with meditations and straightforward techniques for quieting thoughts, seeing the world in the present moment, and finding a path to "a life of grace, ease, and lightness."
Published: New World Library Audio on
ISBN: 9781577313762
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