In this special opportunity to see Byron Katie on the East Coast, you’ll discover the four questions that can free your mind, open your heart, and turn your world around.
In 1986, at the bottom of a ten-year spiral into depression, rage, and self-loathing, Byron Katie woke up one morning to a state of constant joy that has never left her. She realized that when she believed her stressful thoughts, she suffered, but that when she questioned them, she didn’t suffer, and that this is true for every human being. Her simple yet powerful process of inquiry is called The Work.
The Work consists of four questions and the turnarounds, which are a way of experiencing the opposite of what you believe. When you question a thought, you see around it to the choices beyond suffering. The Work has helped millions of people all over the world to question their stressful thoughts and set themselves free from suffering.
Attend in person and receive a hardcover copy of Byron Katie’s new book, A Mind at Home with Itself.
Eileen asks Byron to talk about how her inquiry-based work relates to the body. In her answer, Byron provides a brief introduction to her powerful 4-question process.
Byron Katie has been bringing The Work to millions of people for more than 30 years. Her public events, weekend workshops, 5-day intensives, 9-day School for The Work, and 28-day residential Turnaround House have helped people all over the world address and heal their suffering.
Eckhart Tolle says, “Byron Katie’s Work is a great blessing for our planet.” Time magazine calls Katie “a spiritual innovator for the new millennium.”
Byron Katie’s books include the bestselling Loving What Is; I Need Your Love—Is That True?; A Thousand Names for Joy; and A Mind at Home with Itself.
Eileen Fisher, founder and chairwoman of EILEEN FISHER, INC., has been on a decades-long journey of awakening to her purpose, exploring the mind-body connection and striving to live more consciously. Her commitment to lifelong learning and alignment with what truly matters has led her to create a unique company culture of collaboration and caring and to spearhead initiatives that empower others and create a better, more sustainable world.
In 2017, Parsons New School of Design honored Eileen at their annual gala for her work in sustainability, and she was selected to join the Steering Committee for New York State’s Inaugural Council on Women and Girls. Launched by Governor Andrew Cuomo, the committee was formed to ensure that government policies and programs protect women’s rights and equality advancement in the state. Eileen was presented the Force for Good Award by the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP) in February 2016. She is a 2012 inductee into the Social Venture Network Hall of Fame.