My Byron Katie Detox: One Year of Questioning My Unhelpful Thoughts
Once upon a time, I thought I was a positive person. Wow. How delusional was that? Then one day, I decided to actually write my thoughts on paper.
To say my results were surprising would be an understatement.
Soon after that, I discovered Byron Katie, and, well, I’m really glad I did.
Byron Katie is a guru. Let’s get that out of the way. She’s a spiritual teacher, one I admire the heck out of.
Which is why recently, I decided to devote a year of my life to her.
Okay, well–not to her, exactly. But to the spiritual practice she teaches. It’s called The Work, and it’s a way to question and change your negative internal beliefs.
And it’s powerful. Explosive. I don’t want to say “mind-blowing,” but I will. It’s similar to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), the most well-researched and effective depression therapy, but with a spiritual bent, too.
Read My Byron Katie Detox: One Year of Questioning My Unhelpful Thoughts right here.
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