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ਤ Loving What Is: Four Questions That Can Change Your Life list ቶ ePUB Author Byron Katie ᔕ ਤ Loving What Is: Four Questions That Can Change Your Life list ቶ ePUB Author Byron Katie ᔕ Introduction The clearly you understand yourself and your emotions, the you become a lover of what is. Baruch SpinozaThe first time I watched The Work, I realized that I was witnessing something truly remarkable What I saw was a succession of people, young and old, educated and uneducated, who were learning to question their own thoughts, the thoughts that were most painful to them With the lovingly incisive help of Byron Katie everyone calls her Katie , these people were finding their way not only toward the resolution of their immediate problems, but also toward a state of mind in which the deepest questions are resolved I have spent a good part of my life studying and translating the classic texts of the great spiritual traditions, and I recognized something very similar in process here At the core of these traditions in works such as the Book of Job, the Tao Te Ching, and the Bhagavad Gita there is an intense questioning about life and death, and a profound, joyful wisdom that emerges as an answer That wisdom, it seemed to me, was the place Katie was standing in, and the direction where these people were headed.As I watched from my seat in a crowded community center, five men and women, one after another, were learning freedom through the very thoughts that had caused their suffering, thoughts such as My husband betrayed me or My mother doesn t love me enough Simply by asking four questions and listening to the answers they found inside themselves, these people were opening their minds to profound, spacious, and life transforming insights I saw a man who had been suffering for decades from anger and resentment toward his alcoholic father light up before my eyes within forty five minutes I saw a woman who had been almost too frightened to speak, because she had just found out that her cancer was spreading, end the session in a glow of understanding and acceptance Three out of the five people had never done The Work before, yet the process didn t seem to be difficult for them than it was for the other two, nor were their realizations any less profound They all began by realizing a truth so basic that it is usually invisible the fact that in the words of the Greek philosopher Epictetus we are disturbed not by what happens to us, but by our thoughts about what happens As soon as they grasped that truth, their whole understanding changed.Before people have experienced The Work of Byron Katie for themselves, they often think that it is too simple to be effective But its simplicity is precisely what makes it so effective Over the past two years, since first encountering it and meeting Katie, I have done The Work many times, on thoughts I hadn t even been aware of And I ve watched than a thousand people do it in public events across the United States and Europe, on the whole gamut of human problems from major illnesses, the deaths of parents and children, sexual and psychological abuse, addictions, financial insecurity, professional problems, and social issues to the usual frustrations of daily life Having a reserved seat at all Katie s events is one of the privileges of being married to her Again and again, I have seen The Work quickly and radically transform the way people think about their problems And as the thinking changes, the problems disappear Suffering is optional, Katie says Whenever we experience a stressful feeling anything from mild discomfort to intense sorrow, rage, or despair we can be certain that there is a specific thought causing our reaction, whether or not we are conscious of it The way to end our stress is to investigate the thinking that lies behind it, and anyone can do this by himself with a piece of paper and a pen The Work s four questions, which you will see in context later in this introduction, reveal where our thinking isn t true for us Through this process Katie also calls it inquiry we discover that all the concepts and judgments that we believe or take for granted are distortions of things as they really are When we believe our thoughts instead of what is really true for us, we experience the kinds of emotional distress that we call suffering Suffering is a natural alarm, warning us that we re attaching to a thought when we don t listen, we come to accept this suffering as an inevitable part of life It s not.The Work has striking similarities with the Zen koan and the Socratic dialogue But it doesn t stem from any tradition, Eastern or Western It is American, homegrown, and mainstream, having originated in the mind of an ordinary woman who had no intention of originating anything To realize your true nature, you must wait for the right moment and the right conditions When the time comes, you are awakened as if from a dream You understand that what you have found is your own and doesn t come from anywhere outside Buddhist SutraThe Work was born on a February morning in 1986 when Byron Kathleen Reid, a forty three year old woman from a small town in the high desert of southern California, woke up on the floor of a halfway house.In the midst of an ordinary life two marriages, three children, a successful career Katie had entered a ten year long downward spiral into rage, paranoia, and despair For two years she was so depressed that she could seldom manage to leave her house she stayed in bed for weeks at a time, doing business by telephone from her bedroom, unable even to bathe or brush her teeth Her children would tiptoe past her door to avoid her outbursts of rage Finally, she checked in to a halfway house for women with eating disorders, the only facility that her insurance company would pay for The other residents were so frightened of her that she was placed alone in an attic room.One morning, a week or so later, as she lay on the floor she had been feeling too unworthy to sleep in a bed , Katie woke up without any concepts of who or what she was There was no me, she says.All my rage, all the thoughts that had been troubling me, my whole world, the whole world, was gone At the same time, laughter welled up from the depths and just poured out Everything was unrecognizable It was as if something else had woken up It opened its eyes It was looking through Katie s eyes And it was so delighted It was intoxicated with joy There was nothing separate, nothing unacceptable to it everything was its very own self.When Katie returned home, her family and friends felt that she was a different person Her daughter, Roxann, who was sixteen at the time, says, We knew that the constant storm was over She had always yelled at me and my brothers and criticized us I used to be scared to be in the same room with her Now she seemed completely peaceful She would sit still for hours on the window seat or out in the desert She was joyful and innocent, like a child, and she seemed to be filled with love People in trouble started knocking on our door, asking her for help She d sit with them and ask them questions mainly, Is that true When I d come home miserable, with a problem like My boyfriend doesn t love me any, Mom would look at me as if she knew that wasn t possible, and she d ask me, Honey, how could that be true as if I had just told her that we were living in China.Once people understood that the old Katie wasn t coming back, they began to speculate about what had happened to her Had some miracle occurred She wasn t much help to them It was a long time before she could describe her experience intelligibly She would talk about a freedom that had woken up inside her She also said that, through an inner questioning, she had realized that all her old thoughts were untrue.Shortly after Katie got back from the halfway house, her home began to fill with people who had heard about her and had come to learn She was able to communicate her inner inquiry in the form of specific questions that anyone who wanted freedom could apply on his own, without her Soon she began to be invited to meet with small gatherings in people s living rooms Her hosts often asked her if she was enlightened She would answer, I m just someone who knows the difference between what hurts and what doesn t In 1992 she was invited to northern California, and The Work spread very fast from there Katie accepted every invitation She has been on the road almost constantly since 1993, demonstrating The Work in church basements, community centers, and hotel meeting rooms, in front of small and large audiences admission is always free And The Work has found its way into all kinds of organizations, from corporations, law firms, and therapists offices to hospitals, prisons, churches, and schools It is now popular in other parts of the world where Katie has traveled All across America and Europe, there are groups of people who meet regularly to do The Work.Katie often says that the only way to understand The Work is to experience it But it s worth noting that inquiry fits precisely with current research into the biology of mind Contemporary neuroscience identifies a particular part of the brain, sometimes called the interpreter, as the source of the familiar internal narrative that gives us our sense of self Two prominent neuroscientists have recently characterized the quirky, undependable quality of the tale told by the interpreter Antonio Damasio describes it this way Perhaps the most important revelation is precisely this that the left cerebral hemisphere of humans is prone to fabricating verbal narratives that do not necessarily accord with the truth And Michael Gazzaniga writes The left brain weaves its story in order to convince itself and you that it is in full control What is so adaptive about having what amounts to a spin doctor in the left brain The interpreter is really trying to keep our personal story together To do that, we have to learn to lie to ourselves These insights, based on solid experimental work, show that we tend to believe our own press releases Often when we think we re being rational, we re being spun by our own thinking That trait explains how we get ourselves into the painful positions that Katie recognized in her own suffering The self questioning she discovered uses a different, less known capacity of the mind to find a way out of its self made trap.After doing The Work, many people report an immediate sense of release and freedom from thoughts that were making them miserable But if The Work depended on a momentary experience, it would be far less useful than it is The Work is an ongoing and deepening process of self realization, not a quick fix It s than a technique, Katie says It brings to life, from deep within us, an innate aspect of our being.The deeper you go into The Work, the powerful you realize it is People who have been practicing inquiry for a while often say, The Work is no longer something I do It is doing me They describe how, without any conscious intention, the mind notices each stressful thought and undoes it before it can cause any suffering Their internal argument with reality has disappeared, and they find that what remains is love love for themselves, for other people, and for whatever life brings The title of this book describes their experience Loving what is becomes as easy and natural as breathing Considering that, all hatred driven hence,The mind recovers radical innocenceAnd learns at last that it is self delighting,Self appeasing, self affrighting,And that its own sweet will is Heaven s will. William Butler YeatsI have waited until now to introduce the four questions to you, because they don t make much sense out of context The best way to meet them is to see how they function in an actual example of The Work You ll also meet what Katie calls the turnaround, which is a way of looking at reversed versions of a statement that you believe.The following dialogue with Katie took place before an audience of about two hundred people Mary, the woman who is sitting opposite Katie on the stage, has filled out a one page Worksheet that asked her to write down her thoughts about someone who upsets her The instructions are Allow yourself to be as judgmental and petty as you really feel Don t try to be spiritual or kind The pettier we can be when writing, the likely it is that we ll benefit from The Work You ll see that Mary hasn t held back at all She is a forceful woman, perhaps forty years old, slim, attractive, and dressed in expensive looking exercise clothes At the beginning of the dialogue, her anger and impatience are palpable.A first experience of The Work, as a reader or onlooker, can be uncomfortable It helps to remember that all the participants Mary, Katie, and the audience are on the same side here all of them are looking for the truth If Katie ever seems to be mocking or derisive, you ll notice that she s making fun of the thought that is causing Mary s suffering, never of Mary herself.Toward the middle of the dialogue, when Katie asks, Do you really want to know the truth she doesn t mean her truth, or any abstract, predetermined truth, but Mary s truth, the truth that is hidden behind her troubling thoughts Mary has entered the dialogue in the first place because she trusts that Katie can help her discover where she is lying to herself She welcomes Katie s persistence.You ll also notice right away that Katie is very free in her use of terms of endearment One CEO, before a workshop that Katie gave to his top executives, felt that he had to issue a warning If she holds your hand and calls you sweetheart or honey, please don t get excited She does this with everyone.Mary reading the statements from her Worksheet I hate my husband because he drives me crazy everything about him, including the way he breathes What disappoints me is that I don t love him any, and our relationship is a charade I want him to be successful, to not want to have sex with me, to get in shape, to get a life outside of me and the children, to not touch me any, and to be powerful My husband shouldn t fool himself that he s good at our business He should create success My husband is a wimp He s needy and lazy He s fooling himself I refuse to keep living a lie I refuse to keep living my relationship as an imposter.Katie Does that pretty well sum it up The audience bursts into laughter, and Mary laughs along with them By the sound of the laughter, it seems as though you speak for a lot of people in this room So, let s start at the top and see if we can begin to understand what s going on.Mary I hate my husband because he drives me crazy everything about him, including the way he breathes.Katie Your husband drives you crazy is it true This is the first of the four questions Is it true Mary Yes.Katie Okay What s an example of that, sweetheart He breathes Mary He breathes When we re doing conference calls for our business, I can hear his breath on the other end of the telephone, and I want to scream.Katie So, His breath drives you crazy is that true Mary Yes.Katie Can you absolutely know that that s true The second question Can you absolutely know that it s true Mary Yes Katie We can all relate to that I hear that it really is true for you In my experience, it can t be your husband s breath that s driving you crazy it has to be your thoughts about his breath that are driving you crazy So let s take a closer look and see if that s true What are your thoughts about his breath on the phone Mary That he should be aware that he s breathing loudly during a conference call.Katie How do you react when you think that thought The third question How do you react when you think that thought Mary I feel like I want to kill him.Katie So what s painful the thought you attach to about his breathing or his breathing Mary The breathing is painful I m comfortable with the thought that I want to kill him Mary laughs, and so does the audience Katie You can keep that thought That s the beautiful thing about The Work You can keep all your thoughts.Mary I ve never done The Work before, so I don t know any of the right answers.Katie Your answers are perfect, sweetheart Don t rehearse So he s breathing on the phone and you have the thought that he should be aware, and he s not What s the next thought Mary It brings up every terrible thought I have about him.Katie Okay, and he s still breathing He should stop breathing into the phone on the conference call what s the reality of it Does he Mary No I ve told him to stop.Katie And he still does it That s reality What s true is always what s happening, not the story about what should be happening He should stop breathing on the phone is it true Mary after a pause No It s not true He s doing it That s what s true That s reality.Katie So how do you react when you think the thought that he should stop breathing on the phone, and he doesn t Mary How do I react I want out It feels uncomfortable because I know I want out and I know I m not going anywhere.Katie Let s move back to inquiry, honey, rather than moving further into your story, your interpretation of what s happening Do you really want to know the truth Mary Yes.Katie Okay It helps if we stick to one written statement at a time Can you see a reason to drop the thought that he should stop breathing on the phone This is an additional question that Katie sometimes asks For those of you new to The Work, if you hear that I m asking Mary to drop her story, let me make it very clear I m not This is not about getting rid of thoughts or about overcoming, improving, or surrendering them None of that This is about realizing for yourself internal cause and effect The question is simply Can you see a reason to drop this thought Mary Yes, I can It would be a lot enjoyable to do conference calls without this thought.Katie That s a good reason Can you find a stress free reason to keep this thought, this lie, that he should stop breathing on the phone A second additional question Mary No.Katie Who would you be without that thought The fourth question Who would you be without the thought Who would you be, while you re on a conference call with your husband, if you didn t have the ability to think that thought Mary I d be much happier I d be powerful I wouldn t be distracted.Katie Yes, sweetheart That s it It s not his breathing that is causing your problem It s your thoughts about his breathing, because you haven t investigated them to see that they oppose reality in the moment Let s look at your next statement.Mary I don t love him any.Katie Is that true Mary Yes.Katie Okay Good I hear that, and do you really want to know the truth Mary Yes.Katie Okay Be still There s no right or wrong answer You don t love him is that true Mary is silent If you had to answer honestly either yes or no, right now, and you had to live forever with your answer your truth or your lie what would your answer be You don t love him is that true There is a long pause Then Mary begins to cry Mary No It s not true.Katie That s a very courageous answer If we answer it that way, with what s really true for ourselves, we think that there may be no way out Is it true is just a question We re terrified to answer the simplest question honestly, because we project what that may mean in the imagined future We think we have to do something about it How do you react when you believe the thought that you don t love him Mary It makes my whole life a stupid charade.Katie Can you see a reason to drop this thought that you don t love him And I m not asking you to drop the thought.Mary Yes, I can see a reason to drop it.Katie Can you think of one stress free reason to keep the thought Mary after a long pause I think if I keep my story, then I can keep him from wanting to have sex all the time.Katie Is that a stress free reason It seems stressful to me.Mary I guess it is.Katie Can you find one stress free reason to keep that thought Mary Oh, I see No There aren t any stress free reasons to keep the story.Katie Fascinating Who would you be, standing with your husband, without the thought that you don t love him Mary It would be great It would be fabulous That s what I want.Katie I m hearing that with the thought, it s stressful And without the thought, it s fabulous So what does your husband have to do with your unhappiness We re just noticing here So, I don t love my husband turn it around After the four questions comes the turnaround Mary I do love my husband.Katie Feel it It has nothing to do with him, does it Mary No It really doesn t I do love my husband, and you re right, it doesn t have anything to do with him.Katie And sometimes you think you hate him, and that doesn t have anything to do with him, either The man s just breathing You tell the story that you love him, or you tell the story that you hate him It doesn t take two people to have a happy marriage It only takes one you There s another turnaround.Mary I don t love myself I can relate to that one.Katie And you may think that if you divorce him, then you ll feel good But if you haven t investigated your thinking, you ll attach these same concepts onto whoever comes into your life next We don t attach to people or to things we attach to uninvestigated concepts that we believe to be true in the moment Let s look at the next statement on your Worksheet.Mary I want my husband not to be needy, not to be dependent on me, to be successful, to not want to have sex with me, to get in shape, to get a life outside of me and the children, and to be powerful Those are just a few.Katie Let s turn that whole statement around.Mary I want me not to be needy I want me not to be dependent on him I want me to be successful I want me to want to have sex with him I want me to get in shape I want me to get a life outside of him and the children I want me to be powerful.Katie So, He shouldn t be needy is it true What s the reality of it Is he Mary He s needy.Katie He shouldn t be needy is a lie, because the guy is needy, according to you So, how do you react when you think the thought He shouldn t be needy, and in your reality he is needy Mary I just want to run away all the time.Katie Who would you be in his presence without the thought He shouldn t be needy Mary What I just understood is that I could be with him in a space of love, instead of just having my defenses up It s like if I notice any bit of neediness, I m out of there I ve got to run That s what I do with my life.Katie When he s acting needy, in your opinion, you don t say no honestly You run away or want to run away instead of being honest with yourself and him.Mary That s true.Katie Well, it would have to be You have to call him needy until you can get some clarity and honest communication going with yourself So let s be clear You be him and be very needy I ll take the role of clarity.Mary Mr Needy comes in and says, I just had the best phone call You ve got to hear about it It was this guy, and he s going to be fabulous in the business And I had another call You know, he just goes on and on Meanwhile, I m busy I ve got a deadline.Katie Sweetheart, I hear that you had a wonderful phone call I love that, and I would also like you to leave the room now I have a deadline to meet.Mary We have to talk about our plans When are we going to Hawaii We have to figure out what airlines .Katie I hear that you want to talk about our plans for Hawaii, so let s discuss this at dinner tonight I really want you to leave the room now I have a deadline to meet Mary If one of your girlfriends called, you would talk to her for an hour Now you can t listen to me for two minutes Katie You could be right, and I want you to leave the room now It may sound cold, but it s not I just have a deadline to meet.Mary I don t do it like that Usually I m mean to him I just seethe.Katie You have to be mean, because you re afraid to tell the truth and say no You don t say, Sweetheart, I would like you to leave I have a deadline, because you want something from him What scam are you running on yourself and on him What do you want from him Mary I am never straightforward with anybody.Katie Because you want something from us What is it Mary I can t stand when somebody doesn t like me I don t want disharmony.Katie So you want our approval.Mary Yes, and I want to maintain harmony.Katie Sweetheart, If your husband approves of what you say and what you do, then there is harmony in your home is that true Does it work Is there harmony in your home Mary No.Katie You trade your integrity for harmony in the home It doesn t work Spare yourself from seeking love, approval, or appreciation from anyone And watch what happens in reality, just for fun Read your statement again.Mary I want my husband not to be needy.Katie All right Turn it around.Mary I want me not to be needy.Katie Yes, you need all this harmony You need his approval You need his breathing to change You need his sexuality to change for you Who s the needy one Who is dependent on whom So let s turn the whole list around.Mary I want myself not to be needy, not to be dependent .Katie On your husband, perhaps Mary I want myself to be successful I want myself to not want to have sex with me.Katie That one could be really legitimate if you sit with it How many times do you tell the story of how he has sex with you and you hate it Mary Constantly.Katie Yes You re having sex with him in your mind and thinking how terrible that is You tell the story, over and over, of what it s like having sex with your husband That story is what s repelling you, not your husband Sex without a story has never repelled anyone It just is what it is You re having sex or you re not It s our thoughts about sex that repel us Write that one out too, honey You could write a whole Worksheet on your husband and sexuality.Mary I get it.Katie Okay, turn the next statement around.Mary I want me to get in shape But I am in shape.Katie Oh, really How about mentally Mary Oh I could work on that.Katie Are you doing the best you can Mary Yes.Katie Well, maybe he is, too He s supposed to be in shape is that true Mary No He s not in shape.Katie How do you react when you believe the thought that he should be in shape, and he s not How do you treat him What do you say What do you do Mary Everything is subtle I show him my muscles I don t ever look at him with approval I don t ever admire him I don t ever do anything kind in that direction.Katie Okay, close your eyes Look at yourself looking at him that way Now look at his face There is a pause Mary sighs Keep your eyes closed Look at him again Who would you be, standing there with him, without the thought that he should be in shape Mary I would look at him and see how handsome he is.Katie Yes, angel And you d see how much you love him Isn t that fascinating This is very exciting So let s just be there a moment Look at how you treat him, and he still wants to go to Hawaii with you That s amazing Mary What s amazing about this guy is that I am so horrible and mean, and he loves me without conditions It drives me nuts.Katie He drives you nuts is that true Mary No So far, it s been my thinking that drives me nuts.Katie So let s go back He should get in shape turn it around.Mary I should get in shape I should get my thinking in shape.Katie Yes Every time you look at him and are repulsed, get your thinking in shape Judge your husband, write it down, ask four questions, and turn it around But only if you are tired of the pain Okay, honey, I think you ve got it Just continue through the rest of the statements on your Worksheet in the same manner I love sitting with you And welcome to inquiry Welcome to The Work Step aside from all thinking,and there is nowhere you can t go. Seng ts an the Third Founding Teacher of Zen In Loving What Is, Katie has given you everything you need in order to do The Work by yourself or with others The book will guide you, step by step, through the whole process, and along the way it will show you many people doing The Work directly with Katie These one on one dialogues, in which Katie brings her clarity to the most complicated human problems, are examples dramatic examples, some of them of how ordinary people can find their own freedom through inquiry Stephen MitchellGood Lord Where did Byron Katie come from Shes the real McCoy Her Work is amazingly effectivea simple, straightforward antidote to the suffering we unnecessarily create for ourselves She asks us to believe nothing, but provides a surprisingly effective and simple way to cut through the tangle of delusions we wrap ourselves in Just reading the exchanges in Loving What Is, I can admit things I didnt want to admit and stop torturing myself in ways I didnt realize I was doing David Chadwick, author of Crooked Cucumber The Life and Zen Teaching of Shunryu Suzuki Suppose you could find a simple way to embrace your life with joy, stop arguing with reality, and achieve serenity in the midst of chaos That is what Loving What Is offers It is no less than a revolutionary way to live your life The question is are we brave enough to accept it Erica Jong, author of Fear of Flying Byron Katies Work is a great blessing for our planet The root cause of suffering is identification with our thoughts, the stories that are continuously running through our minds Byron Katies Work acts like a razor sharp sword that cuts through that illusion and enables you to know for yourself the timeless essence of your being Joy, peace, and love emanate from it as your natural state In Loving What Is, you have the key Now use it Eckhart Tolle, author of The Power of Now Loving What Is is filled with the essence of wisdom Katies Work is a wonderful, transformative practice for 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shaken loose mind thoroughly than other spiritual teacher I ve ever encountered, living dead About Work Katie, founder Work, one job teach people how end their own suffering she guides through powerful process inquiry calls they find that stressful beliefs about life, people, themselves radically shift lives changed forever Home Facebook Ojai, CA K likes official page simple yet Psychotherapy Psychotherapy Page Introduction author What Is In after ten years spiraling Four Questions That Can Change Your Your Life Stephen Mitchell Out nowhere, like cool breeze marketplace crowded comes midst normal life Byron born Kathleen Reid everyone her When appears, change Mitchell, Dezember als Breckenridge, Texas ist eine amerikanische Lehrerin, Bestsellerautorin, die vor allem Grnderin der Methode bekannt Wants You Ask if Everything Know Mind Itself, written poet translator suddenly realized thoughts assumptions Welcome Institute International, Inc reserved Contact Us Do Helpline Call do TW Skype 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    • Loving What Is: Four Questions That Can Change Your Life
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    • Byron Katie
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    • 03 February 2016

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