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A mind expanding read . .
on 15 June 2013
Byron Katie's journey took her from the very depths of suicidal depression to an awakening which transformed her thought processes. Unknown to her at the time, this inquiry into the nature of thought was congruent with Taoist philosophy . .
This book clearly shows how we create our own worlds from our thoughts and how we lead miserable lives . . or joyous ones according to how much we believe the thoughts. It has quotes from the Tao te Ching at each chapter heading, which Katie expands upon in her own way.
Reading this book is like coming home and the fascinating thing for me, is how Taoist theory is linked to our current explorations in Physics . .