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The Nature of the Mind

Tolle begins by discussing the nature of the human mind, which is often in a state of constant chatter and preoccupied with thoughts about the past and future. He explains how this mental noise creates unnecessary suffering and prevents us from fully experiencing the richness of the present moment.


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