"Very illuminating...on the cutting edge of current biological research." (Jon Kabat-Zinn). In A Mind At Home With Itself (her first full-length book since 2007), Byron Katie explains that emotions such as sadness, anger and resentment come from believing our stressful thoughts. When we learn to question the thoughts, they lose their power. And when this happens, our minds are free to turn towards others, and ourselves, with a spirit of generosity. Byron Katie gives approximately 25 hugely popular workshops every year, all over the world. In addition she speaks at such organisations as Facebook and Stanford University and is also involved with a programme for cancer patients. Charismatic and compassionate, there's good reason why The Times has called her events 'riveting', and Time magazine has named her 'a spiritual innovator for the new milennium'.
"Byron Katie's Work is a great blessing for our planet" ECKHART TOLLE "The Work of Byron Katie is a powerful process of discovery, a key that unlocks the heart...truly enlightening" TONY ROBBINS "A spiritual innovator for the new milennium" Time "A truly illuminating and lively hookup of revered ancient Zen Diamond Sutra teachings and a wild and clear-eyed modern sage. It will help you to question deeply, inspire your spirit, and awaken your understanding." JACK KORNFIELD "Byron Katie is one of the truly great inspiring teachers of our time." DR WAYNE DYER, author of Being in Balance "Byron Katie's teachings and everyday life are pure wisdom." ROSHI BERNIE GLASSMAN, author of Intructions to the Cook
Byron Katie (Author) Since 1992, Byron Katie has been teaching hundreds of thousands of people 'The Work' at free public events, in prisons, hospitals, churches, corporations, battered women's facilities, schools and other places. She is the author of 3 bestselling books: Loving What Is, I Need Your Love - Is That True? and A Thousand Names for Joy. www.thework.com Stephen Mitchell (Author) Her co-author, Stephen Mitchell, is the author of many books including The Selected Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke, Gilgamesh, The Second Book of the Tao. www.stephenmitchellbooks.com