Loving What Is: Four Questions That Can Change Your Life

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Loving What Is: Four Questions That Can Change Your Life

Loving What Is: Four Questions That Can Change Your Life

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Omnibenevolence - God is all-loving. Christians believe that this is expressed in many different ways. God sacrificed his own son for humanity, which shows how much he loves all human beings without exception. Over and over again she claims that 'the work' will surely lead to the solution to everyones problems, and if not, it surely wasn't the questions that could be at fault, noooo, of course it's the people that just hasn't done their 'work' well enough, or was ready for its brilliance.

The research found that 28% of Australians believe all sunglasses provide similar sun or UV protection. But that’s simply not true, Walsh says.In "The Work", Byron Katie takes us through the process of asking four fundamental questions to the difficult, aggravating, frustrating and painful situations in our lives, be it a relationship, a workplace or office situation, a personal dilemma, or an internal conflict. She calls it "putting it to inquiry". I was also disgusted by her nonsense that everyone's truth is equal. That is patently untrue. A member of the Taliban might determine what truth is for him, but most reasonable people will determine his truth is not equal to that of the most of the rest of the world. I’ve summarized those Big Ideas in a video review that you can watch here: https://youtu.be/yRF4zypaavo?feature=... In 2003, Byron Katie first introduced the world to The Work with the publication of Loving What Is. Nearly twenty years later, Loving What Is continues to inspire people all over the world to do The Work; to listen to the answers they find inside themselves; and to open their minds to profound, spacious, and life-transforming insights. The Work is simply four questions that, when applied to a specific problem, enable you to see what is troubling you in an entirely different light. All the stress that we feel is caused by arguing with what is. These thoughts of wanting what should be our ways of wanting reality to be different than it is.

Roberson PNE, Fincham F. Is relationship quality linked to diabetes risk and management?: It depends on what you look at. Fam Syst Health. 2018;36(3):315-326. doi:10.1037/fsh0000336 If someone says something that hurts, they're simply revealing what we haven't looked at yet. It's like they're Buddha!Walsh also recommends considering lenses with polarisation – though that’s more for comfort than health. Both the abridged and unabridged versions of the audiobook are wonderful. Katie does most of the narration. The abridged version consists mostly of live clips of Katie doing "The Work" with others at public events. The unabridged version is basically a reading of the full paper book. They are completely different but in my opinion, equally helpful. If you continue to do The Work, you may discover that the questioning flows into every aspect of your life, effortlessly undoing the stressful thoughts that keep you from experiencing peace. Loving What Is offers everything you need to learn and live this remarkable process, and to find happiness as what Katie calls “a lover of reality.” This is all pretty normal. It’s also common, however, for people in love to briefly “forget” about their friends.

Let’s start with the statement “Bob is a complete jerk.” If I ask myself the first question, “Is it true?” my first response might be “Yes! He didn’t do what he said he was going to do.” But if I’m honest, I have to admit he’s not a complete jerk — sometimes he can be cool, and I kind of like the way he talks about his kids. Try to remember to spend time with your friends, too, instead of letting love completely sweep you away. You don’t mind making sacrifices for them Until you see everything in the world as a friend,” Katie says — this includes fatal diagnoses as well as poor drivers in traffic — “your work is not done.” Further on the topic of assertiveness though. The poet David Whyte has this idea he talks about of "the conversational nature of reality." And the basic idea is that we bring our desires to the world and the world brings its desires to us - and what happens is often something in between. We don't get all of what we want from the world and the world doesn't get all that it wants from us. What Katie's ideology here seems to reflect is a cutting off of the conversation because it's vulnerable and leaves us open to suffering. So she advises just accepting whatever the world is like. Just - God is fair to all and he forgives those who say sorry for their actions. The Psalms say, God is fair and just (Psalm 25:8).I totally agree with the idea of there being three "types of business" in the world, mine, yours and God's (reality's). However, the lines between these aren't always as clear as she tries to make them out to be for the sake of "the work" being able to be applied so simplistically and clearly I think. For instance, if I want to have someone else be a part of my life in a significant way, and they are important to me, then how they choose to live and operate is going to have significant effects on me. And I don't believe a healthy, integrated and sane adult just resigns to accept whatever the other person is doing just because it's "not their business." In that case, if they are in my life (and I in theirs) in that way, then the lines between "our business" may be more interdependent. Omniscience - God knows everything. Christians believe that God knows every person's inner thoughts as well as knowing all that has happened and all that will happen in the future. Ex: So the bombs have been falling inside you for 55 years, and in reality only 1 incident? So who is kinder, war or you?

Transcendent - God is not limited in ways that humans are, eg he is beyond the constraints of time and space.This book has been an awakening in ways that I had not intended to experience. Subtle. Powerful. Inviting. Gripping. Nudging. Original. Oh my, quite the awakening.

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