1 hr 6 min

#28: My Father Is a Danger to Himself AT HOME with Byron Katie

    • Society & Culture

Xavier sees his elderly father standing on a wall, pruning a tree, and terrifies himself by imagining that his father is going to fall. But when he gets still and anchors himself in this situation, he discovers that his father was actually safe all along. He realizes that the only danger in the situation was his own mind, jumping to a conclusion in an imagined future, and that his fear resulted not in greater safety but in suppressing his father's joy and liveliness. He comes to see that his father is not a child who needs correction but is a powerful teacher, who is there to give Xavier more space and change his perceptions about all of life. Join me as this amazing man begins to wake up from the spell of seeing danger where there is none. Welcome to The Work.
 
Don't miss Byron Katie LIVE every M-T-W, 9-10 am Pacific Time. Register: athomewithbk.com.
 
If you enjoy this podcast, please give us a five-star rating and review on iTunes, subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts, and invite your friends to join us.

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https://www.cactusradionetwork.com/podcasts 

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.

Xavier sees his elderly father standing on a wall, pruning a tree, and terrifies himself by imagining that his father is going to fall. But when he gets still and anchors himself in this situation, he discovers that his father was actually safe all along. He realizes that the only danger in the situation was his own mind, jumping to a conclusion in an imagined future, and that his fear resulted not in greater safety but in suppressing his father's joy and liveliness. He comes to see that his father is not a child who needs correction but is a powerful teacher, who is there to give Xavier more space and change his perceptions about all of life. Join me as this amazing man begins to wake up from the spell of seeing danger where there is none. Welcome to The Work.
 
Don't miss Byron Katie LIVE every M-T-W, 9-10 am Pacific Time. Register: athomewithbk.com.
 
If you enjoy this podcast, please give us a five-star rating and review on iTunes, subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts, and invite your friends to join us.

Follow Byron Katie on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
https://www.cactusradionetwork.com/podcasts 

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.

1 hr 6 min

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