A Cry in the Desert: The Awakening of Byron Katie by Christin Lore Weber

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But I . ,. "This is very brave of you, then, to call me, isn't ,I. "Y,es. " "Yes. " I remember Byron once telling me that she is here for the sickest of the sick. the very poor, tbose deepest in trouble. As I listen to Sharon's 5tOry, ] let myself leam that what I am doing with this book is letting my own heart be opened, letting myself be touched and healed by those who Byron has loved back to life. These people who come to me with their stories are my teachers. Humility feels more appropriate than professionalism here.

They could talk then. They hugged each other and went to their rooms. Carol burst in on Mary. "Did you notice that woman? The one with the radiant eyes? The one who forgot everything? Did you see the life and the Light and the love come from that woman's face? My goodness'" For two days Carol watched Katie. Katie never seemed to tire. Sh~ climbed mountains and looked as fresh at the top as when she started. She walked with ease. She never stopped radiating the mysterious light that first attracted Carol to her, "She's Ihe one:' Carol realized.

I hear uncertainty in her voice. "Is that a bad time for you'! " "No, an hour's okay. " There is a click and she is gone. Something feels wrong. I'm not sure 111 hear from her again. But in one hour precisely to the minute the, phone rings and it is Sharon. I apologize for the delay and thank her for calling back. Then I ask, as 1 always do for the telephone intervlews. f I can tape our converĀ· sation. I explain that I can listen much better jf 1 don't have to take notes and if 1 need to quote her directly the tape will provide me with her exact words.

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