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Wiggle Room Podcast: Episode 69

How Do You Keep Yourself Grounded When Doing The Work? + I Hate To Feel Powerless + The Work Is Preventive Medicine

How Do You Keep Yourself Grounded When Doing The Work?
In this episode of the Wiggle Room Podcastwe discuss an interesting question about how to stay grounded when doing The Work—in this case, getting too attached to one step of growth and not being open to the next. Then, another participant does The Work on “I hate to feel powerless” regarding owing a lot of money in taxes.

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01:14 — Intro
04:01 — Discussion: How Do You Keep Yourself Grounded When Doing The Work?
21:47 — Inquiry: I Hate To Feel Powerless
40:01 — Newsletter: The Work Is Preventive Medicine
46:08 — Outro

Open Session Recording

Listen to the Open Session recording as we discuss how to the act of finding balance is a constant process. Then a participant does The Work of Byron Katie on a tough situation where she owes a lot of money unexpectedly in taxes. She questions her stressful thought, “I hate to feel powerless.”
You too can be a participant in Open Sessions each week to do The Work with me, ask your questions, or join in our discussions.

Newsletter Text

In the second part of the recording, I read my article, The Work is Preventive Medicine. 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 and thinking about The Work of Byron Katie, you may want to explore it further. For this, I recommend my stress-management course, The Work 101, an in-depth, online course for learning and deepening your practice of this process of questioning your stressful thoughts.
I also offer private sessions for one-on-one work with me.