Join us to do The Work of Byron Katie. The Work is a way of identifying and questioning the thoughts that can trigger anger, fear, depression, addiction, isolation, and painful reactions in each of us.
The Work is four questions and turnarounds. The turnarounds are a way to experience something other than what you originally believed. We ask..
1. Is it true?
2. Can you absolutely know that it’s true?
3. How do you react, what happens, when you believe that thought?
4. Who would you be without the thought?
Then, we turn the thought around. We listen to our own answers, and discover our own truths, for our own freedom.
We can share some of our stressful thoughts and proceed with group inquiry.
We can discuss what it means to argue with reality, what it means to believe our thoughts, what it means to be in someone else's business, how to apply our insights and answers, and more.
Following our inquiries we’ll have a Q&A session where we can reflect on the evening’s inquiries as well as about The Work itself. I look forward to answering your questions about how to do The Work, fill out Judge-Your-Neighbor worksheets, using a One Belief At A Time worksheet, etc. What do you need to bring to our meeting? Paper, pen, and an open mind. Everyone is welcome, whether you are new to The Work or already familiar. If you'd like to attend simply RSVP. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at email@example.com, or leave a post on the message board.
For more detailed information and additional (free) resources, please visit: www.thework.com. You can also download worksheets to help you do The Work.Videos of Byron Katie doing The Work on a wide variety of issues can be found on www.thework.com and on YouTube.
Welcome to a place where you can relax and find a way to understand what is bothering you, and find peace. I look forward to seeing you.
If you would like to contribute one small gift/donation/sharing for meetup.com costs along the way, you are welcomed and appreciated. If not, you are welcomed and appreciated.