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Everything you thought…

Can you see your reflection?

When You Compare, You Lose

When we believe our thoughts, we divide reality into opposites. We think that only certain things are beautiful. But to a clear mind, everything in the world is beautiful in its own way.

Only by believing your own thoughts can you make the real unreal. If […]

Video: Inner and Outer Pollution

“There’s a plastic garbage dump twice the size of Texas floating in the Pacific. How in the world am I supposed to love that?”

“Is your mental image of the garbage dump the same as the garbage dump?” Byron Katie asks. “Which is causing your stress: […]

Event: 2 September 2015

Conversations with Byron Katie on Work & Money
 

The topic of this webcast is “Work & Money.” Visit livewithbyronkatie.com to submit your Judge-Your-Neighbor Worksheets on work and money.

 

Location Address:

livewithbyronkatie.com

Event: 29 August 2015

The Work with Byron Katie—Loving What Is
 

Experience Byron Katie’s insight, clarity, and humor as she facilitates participants in The Work and responds to questions from the audience.

Location Address:

Ventura Center for Spiritual Living
101 South Laurel Street
Ventura, CA 93001

 

Video: Happiness vs. Ambition

Is it possible to be happy with what you have and still strive to achieve more?

Byron Katie takes on this urgent question from a caller who feels a conflict. “You’re living your max right now, given the stressful thoughts that you’re believing,” Katie says. “You’re […]

Stress is an…

Stress is an alarm clock that lets you know you’re attached to something that’s not true for you – Byron Katie

Thought Thursday: On Love, Sex and Relationships

I am always what I judge you to be in the moment. There’s no exception. I am my own pain. I am my own happiness. —Byron Katie

 

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Event: Saturday, 22 August 2015

Loving What Is: A Day with Byron Katie and Stephen Mitchell
Byron Katie has one job: to teach people how to end their own suffering. As she guides people through her simple yet powerful process of inquiry, called The Work, they find again and again that […]

Testimonial Tuesday

When I first started reading , A Thousand Names for Joy, I didn’t expect to like it. But very quickly I got swept up by Katie’s simplicity, love, and clarity. It rolled out like music, like variations on a theme—the same basic realization expressed in […]

The Work: It’s Not Reality That Makes Us Suffer; It’s Our Thoughts About Reality

Twenty-nine years ago, at the bottom of a 10-year fall into depression, rage, and self-loathing, I realized something amazing: that when I believed my thoughts I suffered, but when I questioned them, I didn’t suffer, and that this is true for every human being.

It’s not […]

Peace is found…

Peace is found on the inside. Where have you been looking?

 

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Thought Thursday: Self-Realization

Attachment to a thought means believing that the thought is true. When we don’t inquire, we assume that a thought is true, though we can’t ever know that. The purpose of attachment is to keep us from the realization that we are already truth. We […]

The World Beyond Thought

When you’re shut down and frightened, the world seems hostile; when you love what is, everything in the world becomes the beloved. Inside and outside always match — they’re reflections of each other. The world is the mirror image of your mind.

Not believing your own […]