<b>Byron Katie</b>, founder of <i>The Work, </i>has one job: to teach people how to end their own suffering. When Katie appears, lives change. As she guides people through her simple and powerful process of inquiry, called <i>The Work</i>, they find again and again that their stressful beliefs about life, other people, or themselves radically and positively shift. Through <i>The Work</i>, anyone with an open mind can learn to identify, question, and heal the thoughts that cause them pain. Katie not only teaches that all the problems in the world originate in our thinking: she gives us the tool to open our minds and set ourselves free. <br><br>
It has been her heart's desire and tireless privilege to work with millions of people at free public events, in prisons, hospitals, churches, corporations, universities, and schools. Participants at her weekend workshops and her unparalleled nine-day School for The Work and 28-day Turnaround House report profound experiences and lasting transformations. Katie's events are riveting to watch, the <i>Times of London</i> reported. <b>Eckhart Tolle</b> calls <i>The Work</i> a blessing for our planet. And <i>Time</i> magazine named Katie a spiritual innovator for the new millennium <br><br>
Byron Katie is the author of the bestselling books <i>Loving What Is: Four Questions That Can Change Your Life, I Need Your Love, Is That True?,</i> and <i>A Thousand Names for Joy: Living in Harmony with the Way Things Are</i>.
On her website, <a href="http://www.thework.com" target="_blank"</a>www.thework.com </a> you will find her blog, her schedule, a network of facilitators, a free hotline, audio and video clips, articles, and basic information about Katie and <i>The Work</i>, including free materials to download. Her book with Hay House, <i>Question Your Thinking, Change the World: Quotations from Byron Katie</i> was published in 2007, and her latest book, also with Hay House, <i>Who Would You Be Without Your Story?,</i> was published in October 2008.