Check out the first of two episodes recorded live at Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre, California. In this first one, we take a look at the complaints that are running in our heads, and we transfer them to paper, where they can remain stable enough for us to do The Work. It’s such a…
They’re not coming at you. What you’re believing onto them is coming at you. Byron Katie thework.com
Love the dream of past and future. They seem so real. — Byron Katie For more information about The Work or upcoming events, visit thework.com.
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Every time your mind shifts, your world shifts – Byron Katie For more information, visit thework.com
“Dear bk, My favorite quote of yours is one I never see anywhere — it’s one you say at the end of the School: ‘move without resistance toward the kindest thought involved with action.’ I’ve made it my mantra for living! Life without stressful thoughts: so simple — so beautiful. — PW For more…
Can you be both a bestselling author and a radical spiritual teacher? Apparently so in the case of Byron Katie, whose new book asks readers to question fundamental assumptions. There are basically two types of spiritual writers. The first are the “skeptic guides”: relatable stand-ins for the reader, like Elizabeth Gilbert in Eat, Pray, Love…
Byron Katie and Martha Beck discussing chapter 4 of A Mind at Home with Itself. The quote they discuss is “I have devoted myself to the end of suffering in this apparent world, but I don’t do it because I believe anyone is suffering. I do it because I’m serving myself.”
Byron Katie and Martha Beck discussing chapter 3 of A Mind at Home with Itself. The quote they discuss is “The only important thing to know is this: if a thought hurts, question it.”