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Wiggle Room Podcast: Episode 23

That Person Could Have Killed Me! + Identifying Deeper Thoughts And Feelings To Question + When Not To Do The Work

That Person Could Have killed Me

In this episode of the Wiggle Room Podcast, a participant in an Open Session asks about how to go a little deeper when writing a Judge-Your-Neighbor Worksheet in preparation for doing The Work of Byron Katie. After that, another participant does The Work on the stressful exaggeration, “That person could have killed me!”

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0:00 — Intro
2:00 — Question: “Identifying Deeper Thoughts and Feelings To Question”
17:34 — Inquiry: “That person could have killed me!”
35:24 — Newsletter: “When Not To Do The Work”
50:14 — Outro

Open Session Recording

The question in the first part of this episode is taken from one of my weekly Open Sessions. It is coming from someone experienced in doing The Work and offers an opportunity to look a little deeper at the Judge-Your-Neighbor Worksheet. We go into great depth on this topic in The Work 101 course.

Next, another participant does The Work on the thought, “That person could have killed me!” This was in a situation where she was trying to order a heart monitor but their shipping was going to take a long time. Listen as she starts to find the wiggle room.

You can be a participant in Open Sessions each week to do The Work with me or ask your questions.

Newsletter Text

In the second half of the recording, I read my article, “When Not To Do The Work” I encourage you to subscribe to the newsletter to get new articles like this one each week. 

Bonus Videos

If you prefer video, you can watch the following sections of the podcast in HD video.

Learn The Work of Byron Katie

If you enjoy listening or watching as participants go through the process of doing The Work, you may want to practice this form of meditation yourself.

Learn how to hold yourself and others in The Work. 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.