Stop and see what is always here.
Bring a friendly, curious, and open-minded attitude to your practice.
"Even the most illuminating state of consciousness has a moment when it comes into being, a moment that it exists, and a time when it passes." ~Gangaji
Contemplative Self Inquiry
We bring our attention to the internal and external experiences occurring Here, in the present moment, and reflect on questions like, What do you want? What would you have if you got that? Where are you looking for this? What needs support? What is free of needs? What stops me from meeting what I resist? What am I experiencing when I put that story aside?
The invitation is to stop investing in the ongoing narrative and inquire what is underneath.
The Work of Byron Katie?
Founded by Byron Katie, The Work is a way to identify and question the thoughts that cause stress and suffering in our lives. It is a simple yet radical process. We can set ourselves free and find peace in all aspects of life. The Work is being used worldwide by individuals and practitioners, and is offered in hospitals, prisons and schools.
The Work Essentials and more information on Byron Katie can be found at thework.com. Free resources available for download include
Introductory Little Book
Instructions for doing The Work
"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." —Byron Katie
Byron Katie’s six books include the bestselling 'Loving What Is', 'I Need Your Love—Is That True?', and 'A Thousand Names for Joy'. For more information, visit www.thework.com.