How do your teachings differ to Eckhart Tolle? And is there a cause and cure of low energy levels despite being ‘awake’ in the moment?
Eddy: Hi Jeddah, I appreciate your sharing. Thank you. May I ask how do your teachings differ from Eckhart Tolle’s “Power of Now” or are they the same, presented differently? While I am awakened and pretty much live in the present, I frequently find myself at a low energy level – is there a cause and cure for this? (Must be not enough sleep “staying awake”).
Jeddah: I enjoyed your humour. The teachings are similar because there is only one truth. The truth can only be accessed (experienced) in the present moment. One who experiences this truth is awake to the reality of each moment. As such, those who have a genuine experience of it are experiencing the same truth. However, the ‘wiring’ on our form gives rise to different expressions of this one reality. That is how we teachers can all say different things but sound alike!
What we believe to be true, both consciously and unconsciously, is activated moment by moment in our experience. Tiredness is a lessening of the flow of energy from source right through the continuum of our energy field, to the physical body. Tiredness is not the problem. It is the signpost. It is saying, “ There is something shutting down the flow further up the line”. It may be that there are subterranean beliefs that are not serving you and the tiredness is alerting you to that. Everything in our experience is mirroring what we believe to be true. Now living in the moment opens the doorway to experience our beliefs as they get activated (manifested in our experience). The sensations we experience are the energetic patterns of the thought being held. The closer our conscious and unconscious beliefs are to truly knowing our being as the One source, the more our sensations mirror that belief in our experience as unlimited energy.
Many many blessings to you dear friend. Keep the world smiling…