The illusion of TIME

One screening only!


Simon’s Town museum
Thursday 8 March at 11.00am
Cost: R20
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Museum on Tel 021 786 3046
Running time 90 minutes

“The more time dominates your life
The more identified you are with thought.”

 

Eckhart Tolle invites us to explore our typical day-to-day state of consciousness: a state where we hope that the future will be better, or fear that it will be worse, than what is happening at this moment. Eckhart leads us to the astonishing realisation that the future ultimately exists only as a thought in our head. He also elaborates on the sense of incompleteness we instill in ourselves by identifying with our thoughts, which always concern the past and future – creating unease with the present moment. In this talk, Eckhart describes how the more time dominates our life,
the more identified we are with thought, including:

– The way in which the concept of time is used by the mind to explain change
– The conceptual identity we rely on to construct our sense of self
– How this identity creates distance between self and other
– How the human urge to create conflict provides a substitute for a true feeling of aliveness

 

Enjoy the depth of practical wisdom and loads of subtle humour.

Eckhart Tolle One of the most popular and profound of contemporary wisdom teachers, Eckhart Tolle was born in Germany and studied at the Universities of London and Cambridge. At the age of 29 a profound inner transformation radically changed the course of his life. The insights he gained he has been sharing with the world is his best selling books such as The Power of Now (currently in 33 languages) and A New Earth – discussed with Oprah on her show. He also has become a sought-after public speaker,
overcoming initial shyness.
 
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