The Power of Now - Eckhart Tolle

The Power of Now

By Eckhart Tolle

  • Release Date: 2010-10-06
  • Genre: Spirituality
Score: 4.5
From 2,744 Ratings


This #1 New York Times bestseller is now available in paperback. Powerful, direct, heartfelt and transformative, the words in The Power of Now can change readers’ lives.


  • You won’t regret reading this book.

    By IonosexI
    Life changing, one of the few books I regularly recommend to friends, and even reread sections of on a regular basis.
  • Wow

    By Eduardo Castaño Del Mar
    I feel as though my brain fog and years of social anxiety was slowly diminishing as I was slowly putting these insights into practice.
  • Changed my life

    By Penniemd
    This book changed my life. It’s the culmination of every awareness book I’ve ever read (and I’ve read many!) in one collective book of “aha!” moments. Everything became crystal clear, and it is enlightening. A must read and go-to book for anyone and everything in life.
  • Very interesting

    By lirpa45150
    I loved the topic and was very intrigued by the insights and suggestions of his work!
  • Best Book ever!!

    By Cpbz
    Every person should read this book
  • Best Book I’ve Ever Read Hands Down.

    By Trey_money
    The teachings in this book are phenomenal, the energy and feelings derived from this book during the constant realization of how much we’ve been suffering and living daily life completely wrong is what empowers me. I’m going to read this book again and again until it becomes apart of who I am. I’d recommend this book to anyone who’s “suffering” in life or wanting to see a change. Right now is the time to do so.
  • Love it

    By Cynicalsiren
    Third time reading and still loved it as much as the first time
  • Eye opening

    By Jenavargas
    Sometimes you just need to read things for them to click- love you first and don’t project your feelings onto others. Be present.
  • Beginners Guide

    By Vonster89
    This book is a good introduction for someone who’s never taking the time to understand the power of meditation or an ego death. If you’ve had those experiences than I would suggest a more advanced book on the subject but either way it’s a good read. Gets a little repetitive at times but overall I think Tolle did his points well.
  • Loved it !

    By Nitzybabe
    Absolutely love this book. But it’s something you need to be ready for.