Wiggle Room Podcast: Episode 4

I Want Him To Be Organized + Two Engines On The Peace Train

I want him to be organized

In this episode of the Wiggle Room Podcast, you’ll hear a piece of work on the stressful thought, “I want him to be organized.” The man doing The Work is speaking of a client who is causing him some frustration. Listen as he does his work.

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0:00 — Intro
1:36 — Inquiry: “I want him to be organized.”
23:21 — Newsletter: “Two Engines on the Peace Train”
33:54 — 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 of the real-life practice of The Work of Byron Katie.

Newsletter Article

In the second part of the recording, you’ll hear me reading the newsletter article, Two Engines on the Peace Train. In this article, I write about my two main practices of meditation: The Work of Byron Katie and Transcendental Meditation. As always, I ad-lib when reading the article.

I also encourage you to subscribe to my 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.

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. Doing The Work yourself brings this experience to a whole new level.

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.