Loving What Is

Four Questions That Can Change Your Life
by Byron Katie | Three River Press © 2003 · 352 pages

Byron Katie is best known for the four questions that make up "The Work" and in this Note we’ll take a quick look at those along with some other really cool Ideas. We'll learn to love what is by seeing our suffering as a compassionate alarm clock awakening us to our possibilities and by recognizing that if we see things as "wrong" in the world, we need to start by changing our own consciousness.

“The only time we suffer is when we believe a thought that argues with what is. When the mind is perfectly clear, what is is what we want.”

~ Byron Katie from Loving What Is

THAT, in a nutshell, is the book.

If you want to argue with what is, you will suffer. Period. In fact, “If you want reality to be different than what it is, you might as well try to teach a cat to bark.” :)

The question, of course, is “How can we get to a point where we actually ‘love what is?’”

Enter: The Work.

Let’s start with Rule #1:

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Byron Katie

Creater and teacher of "The Work"