• Dans le best-seller Aimer ce qui est, BYRON KATIE a fait découvrir à des milliers de personnes sa méthode, à la fois simple et profonde, pour atteindre le bonheur, en remettant en question le mental. Dans J'ai besoin que tu m'aimes : est-ce vrai ? elle s'intéresse cette fois à l'une de nos sources éternelles d'angoisse : notre relation aux autres. Elle nous aide à analyser tout ce que l'on a appris qu'il fallait faire pour être aimé et approuvé. Ainsi nous découvrirons comment parvenir à un véritable amour et à une connexion authentique à autrui. Les conseils habituellement fournis dans les ouvrages de développement personnel recommandent une quête frénétique et dévorante d'amour et d'approbation, renforcée par toute notre culture. On nous explique comment devenir manipulateur, comment se vendre, comment attirer, impressionner et séduire autrui, voire comment prétendre être ce que nous ne sommes pas. Cette approche ne marche pas. On lui doit des millions de coeurs blessés ambulants qui, après avoir échoué à trouver l'amour et la reconnaissance auxquels ils aspirent, se culpabilisent et en déduisent qu'ils ne méritent pas d'être aimés. J'ai besoin que tu m'aimes : c'est vrai, ça ? nous éclaire sur tous les aspects de notre existence dans lesquels il nous manque souvent l'essentiel : l'amour de notre conjoint, le respect de nos enfants, la tendresse d'un amant ou encore l'estime de notre patron. Grâce à cette enquête en profondeur, nous percevrons rapidement le côté faux et illusoire de la façon habituelle de rechercher l'amour et l'approbation, ainsi que le mythe entretenu qui fait rimer amour et besoin. Grâce à la méthode présentée dans ce livre, nous examinerons les douloureuses croyances sur lesquelles notre existence est fondée et aurons la joie de les voir s'évaporer. En défaisant les noeuds qui nous empêchent d'accéder à l'amour, à la reconnaissance et l'appréciation, nous serons désormais les artisans de notre propre bonheur. BYRON KATIE anime, en France, de nombreux stages et conférences.

  • Byron Katie's extremely simple programme called The Work was explored in her previous, hugely popular, book, 'Loving What Is'. In it she explained how easy it is to be confused by the mental gymnastics we all play in our minds, and how looking closely at our thoughts - and whether they are true - can bring us a life of integrity and happiness. Her second book questions everything we have been taught to think and do to gain love and approval and shows how to make the transition to an effective, non-manipulative way of connecting with others. When you live your life focused on thoughts such as 'I need a man' or 'She doesn't care about me' you live in fear and end up lonely, stressed, heartbroken and depressed. However, when you start to explore The Work, you can begin to enquire into many of the unquestioned beliefs you have lived by, and can begin to change. Through 'I Need Your Love - Is It True?' readers can explore what happens in their mind when they believe they need love, appreciation and approval. When they realise the truth of what's really going on inside them there is no doubt they can find real love and mutual understanding, expecially with the help of Byron Katie's wisdom and compassion.

  • The Work began on a February morning in 1986, when Byron Katie woke up on the floor of a halfway house, at a complete dead end in her life, and began to laugh. She had woken up without any concept of who, where, or what she was. She awoke to the fundamental, luminous state of being that is without any separation, that experiences itself as pure love. Like great spiritual masters from many traditions, she knew she had reached the end of confusion and suffering. That was the moment she burst into laughter. Determined to give people a way to discover for themselves what she had realized, Katie developed a simple method of self-enquiry that she called The Work, a life-transforming system for discarding the stories we tell ourselves, which are the source of suffering, and replacing them with the truth ("what is") and a life of total joy. She began teaching The Work wherever she was invited - at first in small, informal gatherings and eventually to packed workshops around the world. The Work consists of only four simple questions that you can apply to any problem. It is so easy and practical - but also profound in its application.

  • Inspired by the Tao Te Ching, this is Byron Katie's inspiring and pragmatic approach to achieving an awakened mind and living more simply and profoundly. Using the template of the 81 chapters of the Tao Te Ching she talks about her own experience of living in harmony with the way things are, and and the difference between what hurts and what doesn't. Katie has written two books that teach how suffering can be relieved by questioning the thoughts that create it, the thoughts that argue with reality. This questioning takes courage and, in this her third book, she gives readers profound encouragement by showing them the freedom and love that live on the other side of self-inquiry. Many people believe that although enlightenment was attainable thousands of years ago by a few great saints or ascetics, such a state is out of reach of anyone living in the modern world, let alone themselves. This richly detailed account has the ability to change that belief. Katie's comments on life, and how to live it, are profound, vibrant, funny and crystal clear and all rooted in the familiar circumstances of everyday life.

  • 'Very illuminating...on the cutting edge of current biological research' Jon Kabat-ZinnQuestion your thoughts and find freedomIn A Mind At Home With Itself, bestselling author and founder of The Work, Byron Katie explains that emotions such as sadness, anger and resentment come from believing our negative thoughts. But when we learn to question those thoughts, they lose their power. And when this happens, our minds are free to turn towards others and ourselves with a spirit of generosity.Byron Katie gives hugely popular workshops every year all over the world, in places like churches, prisons, universities, schools and corporations. She speaks at organisations like Facebook and Stanford University and is also involved with a programme for cancer patients. Charismatic and compassionate, there's good reason why The Times has called her events 'riveting', and Time magazine has named her 'a spiritual innovator for the new millennium'.

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    Réunis pour la première fois en tant que co-présentateurs, Wayne Dyer etByron Katie se penchent sur les effets puissants de vos pensées et sur la façon dont ces dernières créent votre expérience. En écoutant cet enregistrement, vous découvrirez un processus de transformation qui vous permettra d'identifier les pensées stressantes qui sont à l'origine de la peine et de la souffrance dans votre vie. En remettant ces pensées en question, plutôt que de les laisser dicter votre conduite, vous vous réappropriez le pouvoir de vivre une vie remplie de joie ? vous reprenez contact avec votre véritable nature.

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