Because I don’t believe my thoughts, sadness doesn’t exist.
Waiting for the doors to open for a day with Byron Katie at the Westerkerk, Amsterdam. 3 July 2014 Byron Katie introduces The Work to a full house at the Westerkerk, Amsterdam. 3 July 2014. Byron Katie describes the experience of separation at the Westerkerk, Amsterdam. 3 July 2014. Byron Katie listens […]
All sadness is a tantrum
Nothing happens ahead of its time, and what needs to happen always happens.
At a recent New Year’s Mental Cleanse, a young woman’s inquiry about her partner’s lack of vulnerability strikes a chord in the audience. Both men and women stand and give their own experiences of why men are afraid to be vulnerable. The young woman herself comes to realize that the dissatisfaction she feels may be […]
Dear Katie, I wish to participate again in the nine-day School for the Work to be held in July this year. It is my hope that I will gain some more experience and would work towards being certificated. Ever since I left the School last year on the 28th of July 2013 my life was […]
Welcome to the movie of who you think you are. Pass the popcorn.
Dear Katie, My wish is to participate again in the nine-day School for The Work for July 2014 so as to further gain experience in anticipation of working towards certification. Because of The Work I am a changed person in terms of relationships, diet, and exercising. The work done in 2013 helped understand more about […]
For those of you who aren’t yet aware of Nadine Ferris France and her team, read her latest email (below). Thanks to you and your School enrollments and tuition’s, the Work Foundation is able to make allow community leaders in Zimbabwe to attend this year’s School for The Work in Bad Neuenahr, Germany. We are […]
Dear Katie, Thank you. What a beautiful gift to bring The Work to TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors). Thom Herman and I offered The Work to the families and loved ones who had someone die in war or by suicide, at The 20th Annual Survivor Event in Arlington, Virginia. We experienced such open minds […]