I Want Her Out Of Her Phone So We Can Connect + Unconditional Love + Direction

In this episode of the Wiggle Room Podcast, we’ll look at the stress of someone not paying attention because they are looking at their phone. Can you find a similar situation in your life? Let’s do The Work and see if there’s any wiggle room.

Timeline

0:00 — Intro
1:47 — Inquiry: “I want her out of her phone.”
31:48 — Newsletter: “Unconditional Love + Direction”
39:35 — Outro

Open Session Recording

The dialogue in the first part of this episode is taken from one of my weekly Open Sessions. You can be a participant in Open Sessions each week to do The Work with me or ask your questions. This is an unedited recording so you can experience the natural process of exploration using The Work of Byron Katie.

Newsletter Article

In the second part of the recording, you’ll hear me reading the newsletter article, Unconditional Love + Direction. This is how I like to hold people who come to do The Work or who take courses in The Work with me. Everything is welcome, yet I guide people back to the process of self-inquiry when they wander or misunderstand it.

I encourage you to subscribe to my newsletter to get new articles like this one each week. 

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