The Work Returns

The Work Returns to the Salt Spring Centre
April 13-15, 2012

After practicing meditation and yoga for decades, I am still amazed at the multitude of thoughts that arise in my mind, and at how disruptive they can be when they remain unquestioned. I was drawn to attend Caitlin and Kim’s workshop after reading Stephen Mitchell’s comment about The Work in the interview at the end of his version of the Tao Te Ching:

“[Byron Katie’s] method of inquiry taught me how to question the stressful thoughts that are the only obstacles to happiness. It was humbling to discover where I was still arguing with reality after decades of inner work.”

I feel very fortunate to have attended two retreats in The Work facilitated by Caitlin and Kim in 2011, and would wholeheartedly recommend their upcoming retreat at the Centre to anyone who is interested in bringing balance, peace and poise from the meditation seat and yoga mat into the other hours of the day and night. As Byron Katie says, “I don’t let go of my thoughts. I meet them with understanding and they let go of me.”

~ Vivian

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