Podcasts to explain, support and inspire your practice of The Work of Byron Katie.
13. How to End the Stories that Screw Up Your Life [Audiobook Sample]
The Podcasts on The Work of Byron Katie have grown into a book! It's called "How to End the Stories that Screw Up Your Life - A Step-By-Step Guide to the Amazing Process of Self-Inquiry" and is available as an audiobook on Audible and a paperback and an eBook on Amazon. These are the first couple of chapters of the audiobook version. Read more on www.theartofbeinghuman.com/endthestories
12. People Doing The Work (3): Without a Partner Life Has No Meaning
In this episode of the "People Doing The Work"-series, we look at a facilitation where the client hasn't filled in a worksheet in advance. Instead, the client and the facilitatior simply dive in, searching for the underlying beliefs that are causing the client's distress and working them as they show up.
11. People Doing The Work (2): My Dad is Too Intense
The "People Doing The Work"-series continues with an example of how what we put on others are really our own internal, and how underlying beliefs are sometimes the cause of why apparently simple behavior can make us lose our temper. This is also an example of a slightly more complex facilitation occuring out of simply following the flow of the client's process.
10. People Doing The Work (1): He Is Confusing Ziya
In this episode we get started on the "People Doing The Work"-series, where you get a chance to listen in as others go through the process. Since this may be the first time your hear anyone actually doing The Work - or the first time your hear anyone other than Byron Katie do it - we will start out with a straight-forward recording of a single one-liner being worked as part of the process of going through a “Judge-Your-Neighbor Worksheet”. And what I will invite you to notice, is the meditative quality of the client's work - how she is sinking into the questions and allowing the answers to arise by themselves.
9. How to do The Work (4/4): The Subquestions
In the fourth and final episode of the "How To Do The Work"-series, we follow up on the turnarounds and I present you with a collection of subquestions to help you dive deeper into question 3: "How do you react, what happens when you believe that thought?". I also offer a facilitation guide to print out and support you through the entire process and give you a few final tips and tricks to get you good to go.
Please note: You are advised to listen to the podcasts in posting order, and for this podcast, you are invited to print out and bring the Facilitation Guide that is posted on the resources page of my website: www.theartofbeinghuman.dk.
8. How To Do The Work (3): The Turnarounds
In this third episode of the "How To Do The Work"-series, we continue to the third part of The Work - the turnarounds. You learn how to identify the correct turnarounds for your oneliners and how to find your examples for each of them. And I invite you to try them out on the Judge-Your-Neighbor-Worksheet, you worked with in the previous session.
Please note: You are advised to listen to the podcasts in posting order, and for this podcast, you are invited to bring a filled out Judge-Your-Neighbor-Worksheet.
Excellent podcast delivered in a calm clear voice, well explained and reiterated. Easy to understand and follow. I found it exciting and enlightening. Thank you Ernest it’s life changing.
Ernest explains a very useful philosophy and way of being in a very easy to understand way. I highly recommend listening to this podcast if you’re a human being 😁 I’ve found Ernest’s narrative very helpful in a recent emotional experience. I felt suicidal but now I feel more able to ‘let go’ of my intensely sad and painful thoughts and feelings by challenging my “map of reality”. I’m now going to go online to see if I can link up with Ernest on other platforms. Coming back from suicidal ideation takes time and some effort, but for the first time in many years I have hope even while my ‘world’ continues to temporarily challenge me. Although this podcast is based on (Byron Katie’s) The Work, I had trouble understanding other explanations of it. Ernest explains things in a way that I understand. This podcast helps me to see things in a more healthy way, so that I can logically deal with problems instead of relying on my past habit of assuming that my problem is evidence of my complete failure as a human/woman/mother/partner/animal lover/nurse/daughter etc.
Thank you Ernest, thank you.