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Original Message Please have a listen here...hope the link works...
It's an interview with Byron Katie on the Laura Lee show. She talks about waking up to reality...VERY POWERFUL, for me anyway. I hope this helps someone tonite.

[link to www.lauralee.com]

The following is just a little info on her work from the site...

From Byron Katie's website: The Work of Byron Katie is a deeply transformative process of inquiry that is helping people around the world approach their problems from a perspective of clarity and inner peace.

[link to www.byronkatie.com]

As a species, we human beings tend to put our happiness on hold until something changes. We'll be happy, we think, when we get what we believe we want or need: more money, a healthier body, a more attractive or understanding partner, a loving mother, children who behave. Many of us spend our lives trying desperately to get the world and the people in it to satisfy our desires. No wonder we don't feel any lasting sense of peace; mentally we're continually engaged in war with reality.

Only when we give up "what should be" can we experience the perfection of "what is."

This "giving up," however, can't be achieved by the thinking mind.

By exposing unconscious beliefs to the clear light of direct investigation, the mind wakes up to its innocent mistake and drops its losing battle. This happens naturally when we see that something we once believed is proven wrong-for example, when we learn years later that a bitter disagreement was based on a simple misunderstanding.

[link to www.thework.com]
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