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From my background, I can totally understand how people are attracted to the teachings of Eckhart Tolle.
It seems so right, feels so good, and appears so wonderful.
The co-author of these books, Jack Canfield, has been a New Age leader and educator for over thirty years.
He wrote an article entitled “Education in the New Age” for book Canfield included one of his own stories entitled “The Golden Buddha.” The “feel good” moral of this little story about Buddha is that there is a “golden Christ” inside each one of us who is our “real self.” books speak loudly to how the New Age has integrated itself into the world and into the lives of Christians.
Although there are lots of quotes about graduation, the most meaningful may be a phrase or saying you come up with yourself.
The Bible makes it very clear that Jesus Christ came to the world as Messiah – the one and only Christ.
He did not come to teach humanity to “shift” from the “ego” to their “inner Christ.”What Oprah, Tolle and all other New Age/New Spirituality leaders seem to overlook in their discussion of the ego is that the absolute, ultimate ego trip for is God.
The Lord Jesus Christ said if you build your house – no matter how nice – it’s going to fall if you build it on a foundation of sand (Matthew -27).
No matter how beautiful your house, how good it feels, how nice it looks, if it is built on the wrong foundation it will fall.