In this episode of the Wiggle Room Podcast, you’ll hear a participant using The Work of Byron Katie to question a challenging thought, “My mother committed suicide.” In this case, she is questioning an actual statement of fact. As she works, you’ll see how she starts to find a little wiggle room in her thinking.
0:00 — Intro
1:54 — Inquiry: “My Mother Committed Suicide”
38:13 — Newsletter: “Moving Beyond What Is Familiar – An Antidote to Grief”
44:52 — 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.
In the second part of the recording, you’ll hear me reading the newsletter article, Moving Beyond What Is Familiar – An Antidote to Grief. If you’re dealing with grief in any form, you may find this article helpful.
I also encourage you to subscribe to my newsletter to get new articles like this one each week.
If you prefer video, you can watch the following sections of the podcast in HD video.
Become Fluent in The Work of Byron Katie
If you enjoy listening or watching as participants go through the process of doing The Work, you may find that this form of meditation is a match for you. Watching and listening is a good start, but doing The Work is much more intimate.
Want to learn how to hold yourself and others in this meditative practice? Take The Work 101, my nine-week (or nine-month) online course for learning and deepening your practice of The Work. Or join us for a weekend virtual retreat.