Book cover - The Power of Now - Author Eckhart Tolle

The Power of Now

Author Eckhart Tolle

  • Release Date: 2010-10-06
  • Genre: Spirituality
Our score: 4.5
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The Power of Now Summary


The Power of Now - This #1 New York Times bestseller is now available in paperback. Powerful, direct, heartfelt and transformative, the words in The Power of Now can change readers’ lives.

The Power of Now Review


  • Life Changing

    5
    By Leader_J
    Has redefined my life.
  • Become your true self

    5
    By Ifa H
    Most interesting book. Try living this book for a week and you will experience the power of now.
  • A perfect fit when in pivoting life moments

    5
    By Mau_sunset
    There are times in your life that requires you to slow down for a reason. This book came to me in one of those moments. It provides guidance and clarity into the next stage. The “Power of Now” is a powerful guide to navigate various pivotal moments of life towards a healthy and sustainable personal growth
  • Must read

    5
    By bluuuo
    Empowering
  • Best book ever

    5
    By foxythebritish
    This book is the best book about spiritual growth and well being in general, you must have an open mind however when reading as that is the only way you can truly free yourself from your mind.
  • BEAUTIFUL BOOK

    5
    By Yo 😎👌
    Amazing, amazing, amazing book! Beautifully written! Don’t neglect this powerful information! Buy it!!!
  • One star

    1
    By behdbdnakcgfxb
    The narration is terrible
  • This will hopefully change your life!

    5
    By Julnmas
    Great book
  • THIS BOOK DESERVES 10 STARS

    5
    By Jada nova
    Must read. I would recommend to EVERYONE regardless of what their going through in life !!!
  • A life-transforming must read!

    5
    By michaelstercero
    The power of Now truly is full of “timeless” wisdom. It has completely changed the way I perceive myself and others. Not only that, I have also found a new daily practice— staying in the present moment. Though it is easier said than done, the instances I get to separate myself from “clock time” and savor the present moment, I commune with “I AM.” Thank you Eckhart!

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