In 2006, I was searching for purpose and meaning and trying to understand life, the world, the universe, everything. While I was searching, I randomly came across a Byron Katie video (“I thought you were supposed to love me”). I had no idea what I was about to get into and almost stopped it because […]
The School of Byron Katie: of course, I didn’t want to go
by L.R, LCSW
I dragged my feet on going to The School. I had already done it all (or so I thought): Jungian analysis, spiritual seeking worldwide, attendance at the birth of the new age at Esalen in the ’70’s, endless variety of workshops, etc. […]
“My parents are responsible for my belief systems and my problems”—is it true? No, I’m the one who’s responsible. Knowing this gives us what we always wanted: absolute control. And with this technology of going inside, it’s the end of suffering, if we want to be free. -Byron Katie
The job you do out there in the apparent world is secondary. It’s only a place for you to judge, inquire, and know yourself. Your true job is to appreciate what is; your primary profession is to be clear.
“The body is never our problem. Our problem is always a thought that we innocently believe. The Work deals with out thinking, not with the object that we think we’re addicted to. There is no such thing as an addiction to an object; there is only an attachment to the investigated […]