Who Would You Be Without Your Story?
A one-day workshop with Byron Katie
The Work of Byron Katie has been called the most powerful self-realisation technique ever developed.
The Work is a simple yet powerful process of inquiry that teaches you to identify and question thoughts that cause all the suffering in the world. It is a way to understand what is hurting you, and to address your problems with clarity. People who do The Work as an ongoing practice report life-changing results.
In this seminar, Katie, with her humour and lovingly incisive clarity, will introduce you to The Work and show you how self-inquiry can bring you a joy-filled life. Participants at recent intensives have called it “revelatory” and “the most powerful experience of my life.”
Why learn with Conscious 2?
Conscious 2 is a world-leading online platform for mindfulness, yoga and conscious living. Featuring teachers such as Byron Katie, Marianne Williamson and Ken Wilber, Conscious 2 brings the intimacy and transmission of in person teachings to you wherever you are in the world. Conscious 2 is particularly known for its broadcast quality production and easy to follow courses.
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.
Start01. Welcome and Opening Questions (94:23)
Start02. Opening Questions about "The Work" (69:27)
Start03. London Participant Inquiry 1 (62:08)
Start04. Questions and Comments 1 (33:22)
Start05. London Participant Inquiry 2 (49:47)
Start06. Questions and Comments 2 (30:22)
Start07. London Participant Inquiry 3 (42:25)
Start08. Questions and Closing Comments (6:39)