The Power Of Now

This unique “The Power of Now” Review is founded on my experience and reading of the bestselling self-help book by Eckhart Tolle. But before we get into this “The Power of Now” Review, I wish to share a few personal observations about the expertise of living in the now and being present. Being present is probably probably the most alien ideas in the Western world. Especially in North America, there is so much focus on being goal oriented and productive that most of us are less productive that we’re able to be and don’t even realize it. We extend an excessive amount of our energy thinking about what might happen in the future, whether it’s whether positive or negative, and a lot of us are operating at only a sliver of our potential because we are not ourselves fully to the moment.

That said, if you’re someone who has been raised in the environment of being focused on either the past or present, the message in this book will challenge the way in which you think…and in a great way. But it is critical to be prepared to learn some of the things that become habits so that you can receive the full benefit of living in the now.

So let’s get into our “The Power of Now” Review so you’ll know what to anticipate from reading and using this book.

“The Power of Now” Review: The Basic Message

The basic message of The strength of Now is the strongest force of influence, passion, motivation and happiness that you possess is the opportunity to give yourself fully to the current moment. Which means that your thoughts are completely focused on your surroundings, the people who you are interacting with and your current circumstances. If you learn to do this properly, you’ll have no reason to bother with the future or dwell on the past. Instead, having 100% of your potential energy focused on the present will help you create a life which is filled with happiness, purpose, prosperity and good health.

As you read this book, your awareness will begin to open as to how other parts of your environment are distracting you from living in the now. But you also begin to realize how many things are within your mind that are causing you to concentrate and energy on the past, or even the future, and keeping huge chunks of your potential from “participating” in your lifetime, which can only occur within the present moment. You’ll begin to realize that achieving your full potential as a human being means committing everything that you must the present…which is really all there is to life anyway.

Now as a second part of my “The Power of Now” Review, I’m going to make a recommendation as to ways you can get the best from reading and using this book. First I recommend that you go in with a specific objective is to how you are likely to use this material. There needs to be a specific area you will ever have that you’re ready to make changing your right away so we can start putting these principles into practice. I say this because the idea of living in the now is so foreign to many people that you be in danger of reading it and forgetting it right away.

But if you are using this information to take action in changing a part you will ever have, you’ll be more likely to retain it and internalize it as a part of your personality, your thought process and your character.

As a conclusion to my “The Power of Now” Review, I would normally be telling you what the downsides are, but honestly there aren’t any when it comes to this book or its message. If you’re a person who is interested in personal growth and empowerment, I’ll just tell you to have it and use it. I wish you much success and that you get as much using this resource as I have…thanks for reading my The Power of Now” Review !

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Just finished this audio book during my daily commute to school. I couldn’t agree more with your review. The messages contained in the lesson, for me, went a long way to decrypting some of the more complex metaphors particularly in christian teachings. The message resonated well with my previous lessons and personal search.