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Hello Friends, I’m Rosie Acosta. I am a Meditation Teacher; Speaker and Author of You Are Radically Loved: A healing journey to self-love. I grew up in East Los Angeles during the 92 La Riots and it set me on a troubled path for many years. I didn’t grow up with mentors in my life, so I turned to reading as many books as I possibly could to learn about life’s purpose. In my journey as a First Gen-Mexican American, I found having these conversations gave me insight, support, and inspiration. So, I decided to create a place where I could share these conversations with my community. The Radically Loved Podcast was born! How do we create a radically loved life? Come have a sit with me so we can discover all things mindfulness, spirituality, self-love, and overall healthy living. Please be sure to share the episodes that you love and also leave us a review!
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Dec 11, 2021
Have you ever become engrossed in negative self-talk? Thinking thoughts that convince you you're not good enough can become a habit and create a rut that's difficult to leave. The toxic habit of listening to your negative inner voice is not productive; it causes you to lose hope, especially if you start to believe in that negative voice. To take charge of our happiness, we must find ways to find our inner wisdom and let go of these unhealthy beliefs.
In this episode, Bryon Katie discusses the importance of challenging our negative thinking to break its hold on us. She also goes over the meaning of the ego and how we can confront it. Finally, she expresses her hopes for the future as we attempt to navigate through these turbulent times.
If you’re interested in freeing yourself from negative thoughts and opening your mind to your life-transforming inner wisdom, this episode is for you!
Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode:
1.Discover the hidden power of The Work.
2.Understand the ego and how to confront it.
3.Realize the importance of your inner wisdom and questioning your thoughts.
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Resources
●Join the Free 10-Day Radically Loved Summit here!
●Connect with Bryon The Work | Facebook | LinkedIn | Instagram
●Grab a copy of Loving What Is
●Listen to At Home with Byron Katie podcast
Episode Highlights
The Revised Edition of Loving What Is
●Nearly 20 years after its publication, Loving What Is inspires people to do The Work and find the answers inside themselves.
●The Work is simply four questions that help to see what is troubling you.
●The book’s revised edition includes new dialogues and passages to help people understand how to inquire within.
Applying The Work During Turbulent Times
●Byron felt grateful that The Work is out there to help people.
●There is freedom in finding answers through meditative practice.
●The lack of understanding and compassion on what we read, see and think means we have more work to do.
●The Work is an intimate experience. It allows you to access your inner wisdom and pass it on to others.
Being in the State of Loving
●Love is a lot of energy, and it teaches us balance in all things.
●The Work provides the four pillars needed to be in the state of loving.
●Byron’s life mission is to spread a way of being that is heart-centered and authentic.
●Question what you think and believe when troubled. Eventually, everything will make sense.
●People are scared of talking about their experiences and connecting with others.
●Self-inquiry shows us how to love the world.
Inner Wisdom Through Self-Inquiry
●It is only ourselves who can determine if we have the time to self-inquire.
●Challenging what we believe and writing it down on paper changes the way we see the world.
●We are capable of moving forward with our lives despite being afraid.
●Identifying and questioning the ego’s negative thoughts helps us find our inner wisdom. It’s a meditative practice that shifts how we see the world.
●If we love everything we think, then we are going to be okay.
Looking For Joy And Connection
●You don't have to do anything with it. Instead, we must experience it.
●When you realize the experience, you experience an enlightened mind.
Defining Ego
●The ego is the negative voice inside your head. It is a false perception of who you are.
●“Ego” is just a word for mind, for thinking and the images that come with it.
●Questioning the ego resolves our pessimistic self-talk.
●As we learn to separate ourselves from it, we begin to find peace.
What is Earth School?
●The ego finds it unnecessary to rest and identify the inner wisdom of the heart.
●Earth school is an opportunity to wake up to reality and find our true nature.
●We can never have the world back, and there is no need to do so. The present moment meets all our needs.
●The people who hurt us are our Earth school teachers.
●Judge the people who scorned you and put your thoughts on a piece of paper.
“Is It True?”
●“Is it true?” is one of the four questions Byron came up with to free ourselves from negative thoughts.
●Be still and ask yourself if what you feel is the truth.
●Don’t believe whatever the ego tells you.
●Your mind ends in a question mark. You feel those emotions, and you don't even know what you're feeling.
Love Can’t Be Taught
●Love can’t be taught. It can only be lived.
●Our Earth teachers could lead us to life lessons we missed.
●Self-inquiry wakes us up from our fears and blindness. When we practice self-inquiry, we become awake and connected.
Hope For The Future
●Byron hopes that people understand there’s a way out of our misery.
●We don’t need to wait for others to help us.
●Living a life of inquiry shifts our identity and makes life worth living.
Reason For Deteriorating Mental Health
●People’s mental health is deteriorating because of the current turbulent times.
●Fear is a result of an unquestioned mind.
How Byron Takes Care of Herself
●Before discovering self-inquiry, Byron was depressed and had a difficult time getting out of bed.
●When times are tough, observe what you think and believe.
●There is nothing that could keep Byron down because nothing is going on except for stillness.
How Byron Feels Radically Loved
●Byron says she loves everything she thinks.
5 Powerful Quotes from This Episode
[6:06] “We discover The Work is really inside of us. We discover it, and we pass it on through our kindness and wisdom.”
[17:38] “I would say to people who fear, you don't have to do anything with it. It's just something to realize.”
[30:04] “[Love is] not something we can teach. It can only be lived.”
[31:53] “...understand that there's a way out. We don't have to wait for anyone else to give it to us.”
[33:52] “Fear is an unquestioned mind.”
About Byron
Byron Katie is a world-renowned author and speaker. Her life mission is to end people’s suffering by teaching the powerful process of self-inquiry or also known as The Work. Her method has helped millions of people find freedom and live their authentic life.
Apart from this, she founded The School for The Work and Turnaround House. Unlike traditional schools, these workshops teach participants to unlearn things to create lasting life transformation.
Byron is also a bestselling author. She became well-known for writing: Loving What Is, I Need Your Love—Is That True?, and A Thousand Names for Joy. But these are just the tip of the iceberg! Byron authored numerous self-help and children's books to help people of all ages take charge of their happiness.
To know more about Byron, you can visit her website and get free materials, audio, and video clips. You can also connect with her through Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram.
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