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Eckhart Tolle – Live In New Zealand

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2 February 2009


Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose seminar and The Joy of Being

Hay House and Penguin Group (NZ) are pleased to announce Eckhart Tolle, one of the worlds most original and inspiring teachers, will visit New Zealand for the first time in March 2009.

His tour will include a two-hour seminar in Auckland on 2 March.

Eckhart Tolle is the author of the Number 1 New York Times bestseller The Power of Now (translated into 33 languages) and the highly acclaimed follow-up A New Earth, which has sold an astonishing 6 million copies around the world.

A New Earth has been endorsed by Oprah Winfrey. Last year, in an unprecedented gesture, she presented A New Earth in a series of 10 online seminars with the author. This created what was in effect the worlds biggest classroom attracting over 11 million people.

These titles are regarded as two of the most influential and empowering books of our time.

Eckhart Tolle’s profound yet simple teachings have already helped countless people throughout the world find inner peace and greater fulfilment in their lives.

His highly anticipated tour will focus on what is at the core of these teachings, the transformation of consciousness and spiritual awakening that he sees as the next step in human evolution.

According to Leon Nacson, Managing Director at Hay House, Eckhart’s first New Zealand tour will, ‘offer a rare opportunity to see, hear and learn from one of the most enlightened teachers of our time.’

Eckhart Tolle’s seminar Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose will run in Auckland on 2 March.

For more information about these seminars and the retreat see:



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