Loving What Is introduces The Work of Byron Katie. We also recommend her book I Need Your Love, Is That True?
The Work is a powerful tool to do inquiry on your personal thoughts and beliefs that are the cause of your suffering. The process is beautiful in that it offers peace and love to yourself and others.
We offer private facilitation for free by appointment. We can meet personally or via Skype. This is not therapy. We are not therapists. We are facilitators. You do your own work. Eventually, you self-facilitate. Use any of our contact forms to request more information or to schedule an appointment.
Brittney is an extraordinarily brave young lady who decided to share her story in order to save a life. She’s worth your time.
Read The Ghost in My Brain by Clark Elliot’s, PhD. An amazing chronicle of his seemingly mild concussion and how after 8 long torturous years, he was finally healed. Concussions are not as innocent as we once thought. They may be the underlying cause of more cases of mental illness and suicide than once believed. You don’t want to miss this book. Published June 2015.
Study – 30 days, one group had hour massages, the other group listened to uplifting music. Music people were happier and had more improvement.
- Happy people spend money on other people. Doesn’t have to be a lot.
- Happy people have deep, meaningful, in-person conversations. They connect.
- Happy people laugh.
- Happy people use music. Peaceful music is soothing to the soul.
- Happy people exercise.
- Happy people unplug and go outside at least 20 minutes a day.
- Happy people get enough sleep. 7-8 hours a night.
- Happy people are spiritual and develop their spirituality every day.
- Top activity – Happy people meditate every day. Studies show that meditation heals the brain like nothing else does.