Join me in Homero’s kitchen as his father walks in and, as usual, says, “Hi.” It’s a simple remark, but Homero reacts with disapproval. Why? What specific mind-set causes this reaction? Join us as we inquire together--you, Homero, and I--into his state of mind in that situation.
I invite you to get still, allow yourself to breathe, to be breathed, and together let’s experience how to meditate within Homero’s situation, from the safety of now that he wasn’t aware of then. Let’s flow into and within The Work.
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Byron Katie’s Books:
“Loving What Is”
“I Need Your Love—Is That True?”
“A Thousand Names for Joy”
“A Mind at Home with Itself”
The Work of Byron Katie is available at thework.com.