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Doing The Work In Seattle with Byron Katie.
East West Bookshop and Center For Spiritual Living present Byron Katie on Saturday, February 4th, 9:30 am-5:30 pm, at Center For Spiritual Living for a full day workshop of "The Work: Loving What Is."
Center for Spiritual Living 5801 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105.
Experience Byron Katie's insight, clarity, and humor as she facilitates participants in The Work and responds to questions from the audience.
The Work is an astonishingly simple process, accessible to people of all ages and backgrounds, and requires nothing more than a pen, paper, and an open mind.
Byron Katie's four simple questions have the capacity to radically transform your life. Change Your Life In A Day
Katie's Story (from thework.com): Byron Katie, founder of The Work, has one job: to teach people how to end their own suffering. As she guides people through the powerful process of inquiry she calls The Work, they find that their stressful beliefs—about life, other people, or themselves—radically shift and their lives are changed forever.
Based on Byron Katie's direct experience of how suffering is created and ended, The Work is an astonishingly simple process, accessible to people of all ages and backgrounds, and requires nothing more than a pen, paper, and an open mind. Through this process, anyone can learn to trace unhappiness to its source and deal with it there. Katie (as everyone calls her) not only shows us that all the problems in the world originate in our thinking: she gives us the tool to open our minds and set ourselves free. How The Work Began (from thework.com) Byron Katie became severely depressed in her early thirties. For almost a decade she spiraled down into rage, self-loathing, and constant thoughts of suicide. For the last two years she was often unable to leave her bedroom. Then one morning in February 1986, she experienced a life- changing realization. There are various names for an experience like this. Katie calls it “waking up to reality.” In that instant, she says, “I discovered that when I believed my thoughts, I suffered, but that when I didn't believe them, I didn't suffer, and that this is true for every human being. Freedom is as simple as that. I found that suffering is optional. I found a joy within me that has never disappeared, not for a single moment. That joy is in everyone, always.