Byron Katie

A Quote by Byron Katie on blame, judgment, experience, responsibility, change, and power

Placing the blame or judgment on someone else leaves you powerless to change your experience. Taking responsibility for your beliefs and judgments gives you the power to change them.

Byron Katie

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by Byron Katie on teacher, truth, need, learning, and perfection

The teacher you need is the person you're living with.

Byron Katie

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by Byron Katie on reality, love, realization, and truth

I'm a lover of reality. When I argue with What Is, I lose, but only 100% of the time.

Byron Katie

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by Byron Katie on silence, truth, teacher, and wisdom

Anything you want to ask a teacher, ask yourself, and wait for the answer in silence.

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A Quote by Byron Katie on desire, god, love, and prayer

If I had a prayer, it would be this: "God spare me from the desire for love, approval, and appreciation. Amen."

Byron Katie

Source: Twitter

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A Quote by Byron Katie on mind, judgement, byron katie, dangerous, and thousand names for joy

A mind that doesn't question its judgements, makes the world very small and dangerous.

Byron Katie

Source: A Thousand Names for Joy: A Life in Harmony with the Way Things Are

Contributed by: David

A Quote by Byron Katie on war, thoughts, olympics, war driven thoughts, youth, nations, and youth of the world

"As we watch the world embrace the Olympics in the coming days,
let us remember why the modern Olympics came into being:
to bring nations closer together, to have the youth of the world
compete in sports, rather than fight in war.

As long as we believe our own war-driven thoughts, there will
always be war, in ourselves, in our families, and in our world.

As long as we believe our thoughts, there will always be war. "

Byron Katie

Contributed by: Darren

A Quote by Byron Katie on womenswisdom, love, mind, and projection

As long as we're at war with our own minds, we are at war with the world and with the whole human race. Because as long as we want to get rid of our thoughts, anyone that we meet is likely to become an enemy. There is only one mind, and people are going to tell us what we haven't dealt with yet in their own thinking. You're fat. You're stupid. You're not good enough.'

If you are an enemy to your own mind, other people have to become enemies too,  sooner or later. Until you understand, until you can love the thoughts that appear  in your mind, then you can love the rest of us. You work with the projector  -the mind - not the projected world.  I can't really love you until I question the mind that thinks it sees you outside itself . . .

Byron Katie

Contributed by: tara

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