He has gone a step further and has begun to interpret their texts ... and how!
... well, in the Tolle's way.
Pablo: Marcial or Noe, do you know if what Tolle has cited about JK, is true?
"My secret is this," K said, "I do not care what might happen."
(follows a Tolle's explanatory text)
Great example of what is to distort the teachings ... he takes some K and describes and explains it in his own way ... thereby, that that was properly expressed by K, is left at the level of a circus guru ...
What a disgusting guy.
|All Tolle's preaching can be summarized as: |
"If you do what I say, you will have more personal power."
... and this is exactly the opposite of what Krishnamurti has said.
Now, why do I say this?
For those who do not get it right away in the first 4 sentences / pages of any of his works: this guy has an obsession with power. All Tolle's preaching can be summarized as: "If you do what I say, you will have more personal power."
But since he does not say it directly but in a very disguised form, it passes by. Let's see, in this example, how he deforms what K says.
K cared nothing about what might happen. That's the key. It is very clear. "Nothing" means "nothing". It does not mean "I will be-in-line-with-what-is ... etc etc etc for..." ... for what???
Well - according to Tolle - to ensure that "your actions become empowered by the intelligence of Life itself."
Let's see if you can see the difference; in the K's case he does not expect anything from life. In the Tolle's case, he expects that life should give great power to his actions.
Both are completely the opposite.
And this is reflected again and again throughout all his books. Wherever one opens a book of this faker will find the blessed word "power" which even is already associated with Tolle; for example, "The Power of Now", "masteringthepowerofnow.com" (now going offline) etc. etc.
This is extraordinarily easy to see, but even so, millions of his followers do not see it.
Well, because they themselves are far too ambitious.
They really want that what Tolle says was true. They want that power. Then they buy his books, pay to go to his lectures and seminars, do what he says, and end up at the antipodes of total freedom and the absolute humility of the "I do not care what happens"
Due to the insistence of Tolle in power, in this obsession he has and shares with his followers, and because of the saying of K: "Power is evil" is that Tolle deserves the epithets with which we qualify him.
The raw truth is that Tolle is doing a enormous harm to many people.