elephant journal: Byron Katie Demonstrates The Work on Waylon.

Via on Sep 5, 2008

Byron Katie’s The Work has helped many people turn their thinking around. What will happen when she tries it on Waylon?

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7 Responses to “elephant journal: Byron Katie Demonstrates The Work on Waylon.”

  1. kate says:

    does this mean the work didn’t work?? or is there a part 2??

  2. Kevin says:

    If your not going to show the end you should remove it.

    • elephantjournal says:

      You're.

      The entire interview is online in written form. Unfortunately we lost the original upload of the video when the host deleted the file. We have it saved, but no dough to re-upload, yet.

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