Quantum Leap Journey

katie-home-r20121011 I mentioned Katie Byron in my post Spiritual Teachers are Better than Psychoterapists but never descried the process she offers better. She was called “The Spiritual Innovator for The New Millenium” by the TIME Magazine and there is something real to it. I came across her Work a couple of years ago and found it incredibly interesting. Deeply interested in psychology, neuroscience and social behaviourism for years – I went through all possible youtube videos from her channel, presenting her doing the process, while helping other people who bring all kind of emotional, psychological issues they struggle with to the table. She shows every each of them how to stop their suffering with following 4 easy steps of the process she came up with called The Work.

“The Work of Byron Katie is a way of
identifying and questioning the thoughts
that cause all the anger, fear…

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Dan Frugalberg

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Just a quiet foreshadowing, a whisper through the trees,
The past, its days reflecting, yet what glories beckon thee.
For sure, His hand was guiding, while dark the hour may be,
O Await the dawn, its breaking, there, Love, victorious, free.
~ D.F.

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Symbols and Rites

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1. “At the dawn of history, the whole world – animate and inanimate, natural and supernatural – was interpreted symbolically. Life, death and rebirth were in constant close proximity, and these unceasing transformations were explained through stories and symbols: the passage between this world and the next, the rebirth of each new day and each spring. Such stories were symbolically relieved through ritual, art, dance, sacrifice, masks, hieroglyphs, talismans, fetishes, architecture and music. They served to keep a community in close connection with its defining narratives, above all its creation myths and stories of origin.”
Sacred Symbols: Peoples, Religions, Mysteries, edited by Robert Adkinson

image: John White - Indian ritual dance from the village of Secoton, viahttp://www.kunstkopie.de/a/white-john/indianritualdancefromthev.html image: John White – Indian ritual dance from the village of Secoton, via http://www.kunstkopie.de/a/white-john/indianritualdancefromthev.html

2. “Rites and symbols, both of which are essential elements of every initiation, and, more generally are associated with everything traditional, are in fact closely linked by their very nature. All the constituent elements…

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… “I am as God created me. His Son can suffer nothing. And I am His Son…”

… The journey closes, ending at the place where it began. No trace of it remains…

… For we have reached where all of us are one, and we are home, where You would have us be.”

CHAPTER 31 – A Course In Miracles – The Final VIsion – § 8 Choose Once Again