Eating Peace: If I Tell the Truth, They’ll Get Upset (So Let’s Eat Instead)!

Long ago, I was given a book called “What You Think of Me Is None of My Business”. What an cool title. And what a difficult thing to actually experience. You mean….even if you knew me and you didn’t like what you saw, or felt, or knew about my thoughts, it’s none of my business?… Continue Reading

It ain’t over, til it’s over.

The Work of Byron Katie is known as a powerful stress-reducing method of changing one’s mindset. It can alter your entire perspective of a very painful situation. I find, my internal world is completely different when I think about Before The Work and After The Work. But what about severe physical harm? Or car accidents?… Continue Reading

HELP! The Work of Byron Katie on Parenting!

PARENTING 3 weeks Course in The Work of Byron Katie: Got some stressful thinking about your kid(s)? Join me in a lazer-sharp 3 week course on The Work for Parents. We’ll cover the basics, doing The Work from start to finish. Only $60 for three Wednesdays May 3, 10, 17 from 10-11:30 am Pacific Time.… Continue Reading

Summer Inquiry, Summer Love

Summer loving had me a blast…. If you recognize the famous first line from the musical Grease song, you might start singing it in your head. I love summers in the Pacific Northwest. Fresh nights where you need a sweater, warm enough days for swimming in lakes and maybe a dip in the cold ocean… Continue Reading

It’s easier to feel the wind blow than to wish it would go easier

In Year of Inquiry group we’re in our 8th month, and I’m loving the worksheets and thoughts members of the group are bringing to our sessions for inquiry. It just gets deeper and everyone’s insights are so beautiful. Yesterday, we looked at a powerful moment, listening to one inquirer’s worksheet, but following along within, finding… Continue Reading

Eating Peace: When you feel deep despair about this eating thing….consider this

Sometimes, we just feel like “death-warmed-over” as one of my grandmother’s used to say about depression, deep despair, discouragement. Thoughts appear like: I’ve been at this sooooo long, this will never change, there is no solution, I can’t stop overeating, I’ll never be thin. The sense is that peace is impossible, in this arena. Non-existent.… Continue Reading

Mind out of control

A friend deep in thought held a pencil in his right hand with the eraser pressed against his bottom lip, and a Judge Your Neighbor worksheet in his left hand. His brow was furrowed as he stared at the worksheet. “This just isn’t right. Maybe it’s more like ‘he should quit bullying me’ instead of… Continue Reading

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