Conversations with Byron Katie



“‘My son died of AIDS 16 years ago’–is it true?” A grieving mother questions the seemingly real images in her head that haunt her. Another woman who has had allergies all her life finds through inquiry that she convinced herself that she has allergies. “It’s not right or wrong, it’s just how the mind takes on an identity,” Byron Katie says. And a man asks, “When I’m doing The Work, how can I tell the difference between an answer from the ego and one from the deeper intelligence?”