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She came. She showed me who I was, where I was, and I have come to know myself since I've known her. uKatie's work has taught me the Truth of myself, eliminated illusions I thought J'd cleared away but hadn'r. It has brought me such great' peace and love. I love everyone, now, no matter what. h's a love wlthout judgment. The Work has given me that. I used to pass in and out of that kind oflove. Now I can stay there. "The Work showed me how to get real with myself. It's taught me total responsibility [or myself.
Said my mind. "What if he's in the hospital? " So there was the drama, the scene set. What (Jfort did I need to make? My stomach churned. Images filled my mind. The crash scene. My arrival. Or the hospital. Walking into lCU. " continued my mind. "Could I even drive? Wbo might I call. what friend 'Would take the time to help me? And then the funeraL 'What about that? How could I endure it? How would he like it to be? I'd have to call his family. " By the lime my husband walked in the door, thir- - No FEAR- ty minutes late, I'd exhausted myself with this drama of fear.
D "And we don't really know w h at It IS, 0 we. And the moment we try to name it, we set it apart and there are two. " "Yes. We have to name it something, so we name it Love. We name it because naming is how we think we keep control. Vle are bodies of mind in this ~ime~ sian. " . "So all of being appears to us as a movement In the One. the I Am, i\nd it is myself. and I move with it. " "Yes. " Ch'- n TOUCHED ALL THE WAY THROUGH John and 1 are just sitting down to dinner when the phone rings.
A Cry in the Desert: The Awakening of Byron Katie by Christin Lore Weber