DAY TWO

Now I am looking at bloggers across disciplines and fields and came across Byron Katie.

She does something that she calls The Work. Four fundamental questions are asked as part of that work:

Whenever a thought causes you pain you ask:

Is it true?

Can you absolutely know that its true?

What happens when you believe that thought?

Who would you be without that thought?

And then there is the Turnaround: what if the opposite thought was also true?

She has her own official blog ByronKatie.com and I quote from her blog

on doing the dishes:

“Doing the dishes” is a practice of learning to love the action that is in front of you. Your inner voice or intuition guides you all day long to do simple things such as doing the dishes, driving to work, or sweeping the floor. Allow the sanctity of simplicity. Listening to your inner voice and then acting on its suggestions with implicit trust creates a life that is more graceful, effortless, and miraculous.”

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