If you’re interested in learning more about Byron Katie and The Work, please check out her website.
She mentioned several times yesterday that she makes her worksheets and other resources available for free on her website. They’re on the Do The Work page.
She also helps people find certified facilitators in The Work, some of whom work for free or on a sliding scale, or use Skype so that location isn’t a problem.
I see that there is also a helpline.
Her first book, Loving What Is: Four Questions that Can Change Your Life, came out in 2002. This book covers applying The Work in all kinds of situations: couples and family life, work and money, self-judgment, underlying beliefs, children, the body and addiction.
There’s even a chapter on trauma, Making Friends with the Worst That Can Happen.
She’s also written:
- I Need Your Love — Is That True? (I bought this at the workshop)
- A Thousand Names for Joy: Living in Harmony with the Way Things Are
- Who Would You Be Without Your Story?: Dialogues with Byron Katie
- Tiger-Tiger, Is It True? Four Questions to Make You Smile Again (for children, obviously)
Most recently, she and Eckhardt Tolle have contributed to a gift book, Peace in the Present Moment, which consists of selected quotations from them with photographs of flowers.
There are also Byron Katie audiobooks available on Amazon.com.