Marcus Aurelius – Meditations – Audiobook | Video



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Book 1 – 0:00:11
Book 2 – 0:20:35
Book 3 – 0:37:05
Book 4 – 0:57:09
Book 5 – 1:29:00
Book 6 – 2:00:00
Book 7 – 2:33:09
Book 8 – 3:04:55
Book 9 – 3:37:20
Book 10 – 4:07:09
Book 11 – 4:38:44
Book 12 – 5:05:48

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Marcus Aurelius ruled the Roman empire from AD 161-180. He wrote the 12 books of the Meditations in as a source for his own guidance and self-improvement. It is possible that large portions of the work were written at Sirmium, where he spent much time planning military campaigns from 170 to 180. Some of it was written while he was positioned at Aquincum on campaign in Pannonia, because internal notes tell us that the first book was written when he was campaigning against the Quadi on the river Granova and the second book was written at Carnuntum.

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It is unlikely that Marcus Aurelius ever intended the writings to be published and the work has no official title, so “Meditations” is one of several titles commonly assigned to the collection. These writings take the form of quotations varying in length from one sentence to long paragraphs.

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32 Comments

  1. A shorter summary of Meditations is available here:


    Buy on Amazon: http://geni.us/BuyMeditations | Audible: https://geni.us/MeditationsOnAudible
    Book 1 – 0:00:11
    Book 2 – 0:20:35
    Book 3 – 0:37:05
    Book 4 – 0:57:09
    Book 5 – 1:29:00
    Book 6 – 2:00:00
    Book 7 – 2:33:09
    Book 8 – 3:04:55
    Book 9 – 3:37:20
    Book 10 – 4:07:09
    Book 11 – 4:38:44
    Book 12 – 5:05:48
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  2. It is so fascinating to me how much of these meditations and the bible overlap. Especially with the wording and old-English style of the translation, some sentences are almost word-for-word the same as some proverbs or new testament passages in the kjv. And a lot of the major concepts are the same too, but with different examples/explanations. I'm so glad I found this, there's so much wisdom packed into these thoughts. Really gives you a lot to think about. Thank you for posting this audio book!

  3. I need your guidance Marcus Aurelius. Help me to find solace and serenity in the turbulence of this chaotic world. Peace from east to west

  4. The fact that all mankind fears death implies that death is NOT natural. After all, we don't dread doing other things that come naturally to the body, such as eating, drinking, or resting. We look forward to these acts and take pleasure in them. This suggests, then, that death is not natural. If that is correct, we must ask why men die? Yes, all material things pass away, and all living things die. But we are clearly different than other material things and other creatures. How did death become part of the human experience?

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  6. Meditations, next to Letters From A Stoic by Seneca, Epictetus' Art of Living and various works of Cicero fundamentally changed my life. Stoicism makes so much sense to me. It's a daily exercise. The voice work brings this to life! Masterfully done.

  7. He was glad, he knew MAXIMUS. Well, if he would have accepted COMMODUS to be stupid in time, MAXIMUS would have not been forced to fight as Gladiator to avenge his dead family! 18:40-45

  8. My Gram gave me a double volume of the Meditations with the writings of Epictetus,I still have those works,re-read them often and have encouraged all of my children to do the same,it has served them all well and they have in turn given these writings to their children. A gift from my Gram from 60 plus years ago have borne much fruit.

  9. Omg this is such a wonderful opportunity for me to grow , I am so thankful for this content .From bottom of my heart may god bless you and your family ❤️.

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