In Loving What Is, best-selling author Byron Katie introduced thousands of people to her simple and profound method of finding happiness through questioning the mind. Now, I Need Your Love, Is That True? examines a universal, age-old source of anxiety: our relationships with others. In this groundbreaking book, Katie helps you question everything you have been taught to do to gain love and approval. In doing this, you discover how to find genuine love and connection.
The Work on Relationships, The Work on Parents, and The Work on Money and Career.
The Work is simply four questions that, when applied to a specific problem, enable you to see what is troubling you in an entirely different light. As Katie says, "It's not the problem that causes our suffering; it's our thinking about the problem." Contrary to popular belief, trying to let go of a painful thought never works; instead, once we have done The Work, the thought lets go of us. At that point we can truly love what is, just as it is.
"Go for the abridged version"
This program features Katie doing The Work at public events with people on the subject of our bodies. The first two pieces feature a woman on the size of her breasts, and a man on his tendency to lose his erection. In the third piece, a woman questions her belief that her overweight body is damaged and unattractive.
"Practical views to stop harsh thoughts"
The potential to attract money and create abundant wealth doesn't reside in your job, your circumstances, or even the economy. It resides within you. Your mind is equipped with the natural ability to attract as much money as you want and need - at anytime, anyplace, in any financial climate, without struggle. You just have to know how to trigger it.
"I highly recommend this audio book."
One woman, frightened and sad, can't find how to leave her abusive husband when he threatens and intimidates her. Another woman gleefully contemplates strangling the men who don't make her happy.
Katie does "The Work" with audience members on a wide variety of relationship issues, including jealousy, blame, sex, communication, judgment, parenting, abuse, closure, and much more.
"So I really have a mental illness when I think that my mom's mentally ill," Jim muses. Katie doesn't miss a beat. "I noticed that," she says. Jim's mother has manipulated him for so long that he doesn't think he can stand it anymore. Or has she?
Previously available on video, this program (re-edited and remastered as an audio release) features a man's deep work on his wife's leaving him, because she finds him repulsive. Also included is a new piece by a woman about the boyfriend who left her.
"Byron Katie <3"
This program is an excellent sampling of The Work, covering topics like cancer, relationships, abuse, and body issues. With live German translation.
Presenting together for the first time, Byron Katie and Wayne Dyer address the powerful effects of your thoughts and how they create your experience. You'll learn a transformative process that will allow you to identify the stressful thoughts that cause all the pain and suffering in your life. When you release these thoughts, instead of letting them dictate your experience, you become empowered to live a life of joy - in touch with your true nature.
"Practical Advice to Change Your Life"
Meet Stearlene, an African-American woman who sits bravely before a predominately white audience and states that she sees white people as the enemy. Using The Work's four questions and turn-around to explore the theme of racism, Stearlene meets her most frightening thoughts with understanding and discovers the truth behind the pain.
Fall in love with Harry, a Native American who returns to innocence through inquiry. Harry comes to The Work uninitiated and depressed, and interacts with Katie from the audience on death, loneliness, and spiritual frustration. He then moves through a powerful written inquiry on his ex-wife, which explores alcoholism, racism, child custody, parenting, and relationships.
Anger, contempt, fear, sadness - rich feelings sound through this pair of dialogues as Katie, with her gentle fearlessness, facilitates men doing The Work on their fathers. Both stories echo with painful themes of abandonment and alienation.
"So many of us hold a deep belief that we were born unworthy," reflects Adyashanti, "inadequate, unlovable, and alone." But what if, in truth, we weren't put here to pay penance, change our karma, or "fix" ourselves? What if we chose to be here because we so loved the world that we poured ourselves into it - to make it whole again, to restore "the hidden divinity amid the disaster"? With Healing the Core Wound of Unworthiness, we're invited to entertain that possibility.
"Loved it! Topic not often dealt with directly."
The Work on being recently diagnosed HIV positive, medication, God, and Mother.
Letting Go describes a simple and effective means by which to let go of the obstacles to enlightenment and become free of negativity. During the many decades of the author's clinical psychiatric practice, the primary aim was to seek the most effective ways to relieve human suffering in all of its many forms. The inner mechanism of surrender was found to be of great practical benefit and is described in this book.
"Read it, practice it... and change your life"
With much of her money tied up in a volatile market, a woman in terror about her financial well-being investigates the concepts she holds about money, work, and happiness. With Katie's help and four simple questions, she witnesses how the mind fluctuates - just like the stock market - and begins to experience the joy of the true wealth.
©2003 Byron Katie International, Inc; (P)2003 Byron Katie International, Inc
I've never heard her where I didn't love her or come to a better understanding of myself... This is a good one!
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