Loving What Is, Revised Edition

Four Questions That Can Change Your Life; The Revolutionary Process Called "The Work"

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Publisher Description

Discover the truth hiding behind troubling thoughts with Byron Katie’s self-help classic.

In 2003, Byron Katie first introduced the world to The Work with the publication of Loving What Is. Nearly twenty years later, Loving What Is continues to inspire people all over the world to do The Work; to listen to the answers they find inside themselves;and to open their minds to profound, spacious, and life-transforming insights. The Work is simply four questions that, when applied to a specific problem, enable you to see what is troubling you in an entirely different light.

Loving What Is
shows you step by step, through clear and vivid examples, exactly how to use this revolutionary process for yourself. In this revised edition, readers will enjoy seven new dialogues, or real examples of Katie doing The Work with people to discover the root cause of their suffering. You will observe people work their way through a broad range of human problems, learning freedom through the very thoughts that had caused their suffering—thoughts such as “my husband betrayed me” or “my mother doesn’t love me enough.”

If you continue to do The Work, you may discover that the questioning flows into every aspect of your life, effortlessly undoing the stressful thoughts that keep you from experiencing peace. Loving What Is offers everything you need to learn and live this remarkable process, and to find happiness as what Katie calls “a lover of reality.”

GENRE
Health, Mind & Body
RELEASED
2002
March 19
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
288
Pages
PUBLISHER
Harmony/Rodale
SELLER
Penguin Random House LLC
SIZE
3.3
MB

Customer Reviews

DanielRMoody ,

Interesting ideas. The writing is terrible.

The concept is interesting.

It’s so unbelievably repetitive. This woman likes to hear herself talk.

The book could be about 1/4 as long and get the point across.

Also, all the dialogue is unbearable. Most of it could be lost. They might be interesting as a video or even listening to a recording of the conversation. In writing, they’re too long and involved.

Frankly, I wouldn’t recommend anyone to read the book.

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