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Loving What Is, Revised Edition: Four Questions That Can Change Your Life

Loving What Is, Revised Edition: Four Questions That Can Change Your Life

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Book Overview: Loving What Is, Revised Edition: Four Questions That Can Change Your Life

Discover the truth hiding behind troubling thoughts with Byron Katie's self-help classic.

In 2003, Byron Katie first introduced the world to The Work with the publication of Loving What Is. Nearly twenty years later, Loving What Is continues to inspire people all over the world to do The Work; to listen to the answers they find inside themselves; and to open their minds to profound, spacious, and life-transforming insights. The Work is simply four questions that, when applied to a specific problem, enable you to see what is troubling you in an entirely different light.

Loving What Is shows you step by step, through clear and vivid examples, exactly how to use this revolutionary process for yourself. In this revised edition, readers will enjoy seven new dialogues, or real examples of Katie doing The Work with people to discover the root cause of their suffering. You will observe people work their way through a broad range of human problems, learning freedom through the very thoughts that had caused their suffering--thoughts such as "my husband betrayed me" or "my mother doesn't love me enough."

If you continue to do The Work, you may discover that the questioning flows into every aspect of your life, effortlessly undoing the stressful thoughts that keep you from experiencing peace. Loving What Is offers everything you need to learn and live this remarkable process, and to find happiness as what Katie calls "a lover of reality."

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Byron Katie, often referred to as Katie, is a world-renowned author and public speaker, celebrated for her innovative approach to self-inquiry. Born as Byron Kathleen Reid in 1942, she had an acute epiphany in 1986, which catalyzed the creation of her groundbreaking method The Work. Revered as a self-help professional, her journey from struggling with depression to self-realization has inspired countless individuals worldwide. The author of best-selling works such as "Loving What Is" and "A Thousand Names for Joy," Katie presents profound wisdom in simple and relatable language. Her philosophies revolve around four simple questions that challenge an individual's stressful thoughts, thereby leading to peace and clarity. Her writing style has been praisely moulded to inspire personal transformations. Katie's dedication extends beyond writing to conducting workshops, seminars, and The School for The Work, providing individuals with tools for self-realization. Her growth-oriented and compassionate approach has earned her global admiration, confirming her legacy as a leading figure in the self-help genre.
Stephen Mitchell is one of the most respected translators and authors in contemporary literature. Born in 1943 in Brooklyn, New York, he graduated from Amherst College and the University of Paris, then earned his Ph.D. from Yale University. Mitchell possesses an exceptional command of language, which he has employed in a unique way, deeply influenced by his practice of Zen Buddhism and his knowledge of spiritual disciplines from various cultures. Best known for his profound and widely acclaimed translations of works such as 'Tao Te Ching', 'Gilgamesh', 'The Iliad', and 'The Book of Job', Mitchell has breathed modern life into these age-old texts. Due to his capacity to recreate the rhythm and tone of the original works, they have been heralded for their readability, fidelity, and poetical merits, inspiring a new generation of readers. In addition to translating, he has penned original works, including the novel 'Meetings with the Archangel' and 'The Frog Prince', a book of his poems. In every piece, Mitchell invites readers to explore themes of human experience, universal truths, and spiritual wisdom, demonstrating his mastery as a storyteller and linguist.

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