Podcasts to explain, support and inspire your practice of The Work of Byron Katie.
16. Questions and Answers on The Work - Session 3
In this episode of Questions and Answers on The Work, Atul and follow-up on our conversation from the last episode. Among other things, we discuss The Work as a practice, the desire for taking The Work into actions, the concept of the Friendly Universe, and the challenge of how to know that you are still “in the Work” when you are using a more explorative style.
15. Questions and Answers on The Work - Session 2
In this episode of Questions and Answers on The Work, I’m in a conversation with Atul about a number of foundational aspects of The Work, including the very meaning and purpose of the process. We talk about how The Work helps us navigate our life journey, about letting go of control, shadow-work, and spiritual bypassing.
14. Questions and Answers on The Work - Session 1
In this first episode of Questions and Answers on The Work, I talk to Keitheley and together, we cover a lot of specific and technical ground around doing The Work. We discuss the difference between holding The Work as a procedure or as a space of exploration, what it means to have an agenda as facilitator, living turnarounds, underlying beliefs and the importance of taking our time when we do The Work.
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.