In today's rush we all think too much, seek too much, want too much and forget about the joy of just Being.- Eckhart Tolle
Burt writes articles on the subject of self discovery, of ascending the ego and recognising its forms, of love.
You often talk about loving yourself but isn't that dualistic? I mean doesn't it have a selfish tinge to it?
What is the difference between gradual change in awareness and transformation?
You say "can you imagine never have been or never going to be"? I've never experienced either of those. However, the "idea" of never going to be creates great fear in many people. If it's never been "experienced", how does the "idea" or "thought" "of never going to be", or "cease being" come from? I know you will say "the ego", all fear comes form the ego, but why does the ego create that thought?
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Some examples of the e-mails he receives, and his responses, are provided below.