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According to Tolle, who assumes the role of narrator as well, humans are on the verge of creating a new world by a personal transformation that shifts our attention away from our ever-expanding egos. This idea is well realized through Tolle's remarkably well-paced narration. Naturally, the author understands his material so thoroughly that he is able to convey it in an enjoyable manner, but Tolle's gentle tone and dialect begs his audience's attention simply through its straightforward approach. Something about this reading just seems profoundly important, whether one agrees with the material or not, and listeners' attention is sure to be captured within seconds of listening to Tolle's take on the universe in which we live. Originally released in 2005, both book and audiobook were reissued when Oprah Winfrey chose the title for her book club this year. A Penguin paperback. (Feb.)
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If there is only one book you read this decade, let it be this one The Mother Magazine Winfrey's decision to include self help book A New Earth in her book club, and embark on a global promotional campaign, has turned it into this year's publishing sensation The Observer --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.See all Product Description
Interesting book . Makes some good points . it's worth the read .Published 1 month ago by Carol M. Hyland
I do not say this lightly - This book has changed my life.Published 2 months ago by Alexandra Augustine
Excellent book. Was so glad to be able to give it as a gift.Published 3 months ago by Donald Peter St Amand
This book is profound yet simple...
It is in line with many eastern philosophies like vedanta, etc.
Would suggest to all, a must read!