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Kim Eng



Kim Eng is a Canadian counselor, spiritual teacher, and creator of Presence Through Movement, a practice for awakening consciousness. She leads seminars, retreats, and workshops with her husband, Eckhart Tolle, centered on the themes present in Tolle’s books The Power of Now and A New Earth.

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06:51

Letting Go of Attachment to a Parental Role

Kim shares that it’s important to let go of the role of motherhood because it allows you to have a new kind of relationship with your children. In this way, you can both show up fully as who you are today.

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Awaken Interviews Kim Eng – the Divine Feminine

Awaken interview with Kim Eng.

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08:55

Kim Eng: What Is the Unmanifested Yin and Yang?

From Eckhart Tolle Now, Teachings with Kim Eng: Form involves duality; the nondual is formless.

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10:42

What Causes Physical Pain

Kim discusses physical pain as unprocessed emotion or trauma stored in the body that is energetically fed by retelling our “inner stories” about our experience.

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22:52

How to Deal with Loneliness

Is a feeling of loneliness tied to being incomplete without a partner? Delving into the idea that it is unseemly for a woman to be alone, Kim suggests that it is the questioner's belief in this standard that is causing her unhappiness.

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09:34

Partner Expectations | What You Need and What You Want

Kim Eng shares that there is nothing wrong with expectations, but we should not become overly attached to them. Instead, we need to inquire into the source of those expectations to determine whether they are healthy and reasonable, or if they arise from the unconsciousness of the pain-body.

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10:52

Guided Breathing Meditation with Kim Eng

Kim Eng leads us in a relaxing ten-minute breathing practice that we can use to deepen our awareness of our breath and remain present.

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14:25

Bringing Meditation to Daily Life

Kim discusses the many simple ways we can bring the stillness and alertness we enjoy in our sitting meditation practice into our daily lives and ordinary tasks.

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12:17

How Can I Maintain Presence in Intense Situations?

Kim explains how cultivating the practice of non-attachment and forgiveness allows situations to become less stressful.

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Misery Can Empower You If You Face It

Can you explain how being present when my workplace is making me miserable can help my career?

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