I don't subscribe to the Eckhart Tolle Internet TV, but I do subscribe to his "Weekly Present Moment Reminders".
I do subscribe to his "Weekly Present Moment Reminders" because they are a great example of what I call by the name of Eckhart Tolle hypnosis.
They are intensely hypnotic in their attempt to instill in your mind a particular reality orientation.
What follows is the most recent one, which I've just received (June 20 / 2013):
"Life will give you whatever experience is most helpful for the evolution of your consciousness. How do you know this is the experience you need? Because this is the experience you are having at this moment."
Obviously the people who died in Auschwitz would have agreed with the above statement.
I'm sure they would love to go through their Auschwitz experience again if they could only resurrect themselves back to their concentration camp life. I'm sure they were deeply grateful to their caretakers for giving them the experiences which they so badly needed.
Obviously the people who were placed on the very special pyramid during the medieval times also needed their experiences to speed up the spiritual evolution of their souls.
If you were a man placed on this pyramid, its pointed end would GENTLY penetrate your anal opening, deeper and deeper, giving you the experience which you obviously needed. And if your were a gay, you would obviously enjoy the process so much more.
If your were a woman, the top of this pyramid would penetrate your vagina, giving you not only the experience that you obviously needed but also a great deal of profound erotic stimulation.
And here is one more gadget of the era gone by, which would undoubtedly give you the experience that you need if you could only turn the clock back, and somehow manage to convince the owners of this device to let you derive the deep spiritual benefits from the time of your sitting meditation.
I'm sure that Eckhart Tolle secretly uses the shown above devices on a daily basis in order to give himself the experiences that he needs.
I'm sure that he uses these devices because it's really hard to find anything else that would beat the intensity of the experience which one could derive from their usage.
I don't understand why he doesn't openly recommend them in his lectures and publications.