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If you want to see who you are not, look in the mirror.
Use the mirror once a day only. Who would you be without your mirror?
Posted by Byron Katie on November 18, 2006 7:33 PM
I love that you said that. I had been thinking i needed the school. i dont.
Andrew A |
February 2, 2007 10:29 AM
February 2, 2007 10:29
At the school (October, 2003), I was so confused. (Thank you!)
The mirror exercise was painful for me. I kept looking for someone "I" could love, and the stressful I that I projected saw only herself and thought she was not lovable.
I am there now, looking in that mirror, and I notice: what's not to love?
Molly Gordon |
January 14, 2007 8:07 PM
January 14, 2007 20:07
I was thinking about Suzanne's comments. I realized that everything Katie will ever give us has been given: The four questions and the turnaround. It doesn't matter if a person makes it to The School or not because, I believe, as long as we investigate what hurts, we are getting what we need anyway.
Katie holds no monopoly on the truth we find within ourselves. Friends and I have discussed the possibility of creating our own "School" and what it would amount to would be focusing on inquiry for 9 solid days, more or less. We believe it could help anyone integrate The Work more fully into their minds and we are always free to organize this ourselves. The four questions and the turnaround don't cost anything. If we want to be free we are free to use them or not.
Elizabeth Skewis |
November 21, 2006 12:24 PM
November 21, 2006 12:24
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