Tammy found The Work , such an effective tool in her life, she now facilitates this simple method.
When applied to different emotional, mental or physical difficulties, The Work of Byron Katie, can radically alter your perspective.
The result is that you can be comfortable in your own skin, at peace with reality and able to live in harmony with the way things are.
A simple way to question the thoughts that create your stress, a method for you to find your smile again, if life or others disappoint you.
The Work of Byron Katie, also known as Inquiry-Based Stress Reduction (IBSR), is for those who seek peace, for those who know the answers lie within them and no longer want to seek outside themselves for that which is found within.
A simple way for you to relate to yourself with loving kindness, ending the inner turmoil, which is so often the cause of stress.
Learning to Do “The Work”
Doing What Works provides you with a facilitator – it is powerful to have a witness to what you have been thinking and believing. The simple structure of The Work’s four basic self-inquiry questions and it’s reversal technique, “the turnaround”, entrusts the process to the client, and with an experienced facilitator there is no imposing of the facilitator’s values or opinions.
Tammy is trained to facilitate The Work of Byron Katie and Qualified to serve on the Helpline for The Work of Byron Katie as a candidate in the The Institute for The Work, the only worldwide Certification Program for The Work of Byron Katie. Tammy has had the privilege of doing The Work directly with Byron Katie and is a graduate of the School for The Work with Byron Katie in Ojai, California.
Tammy first experienced The Work of Byron Katie in 2004, thanks to a workshop run by Rosie Stave called “Loving What Is”, which is also the name of Byron Katie’s book. At that time, Tammy attended the workshop to be more at peace with life’s circumstances:
“My circumstances did not change, however the way I was in those circumstances did. After I do The Work, on a particular situation or cause of stress, I experience a new me: more peaceful, more able, more willing.”Tammy Reid
It is rare to find someone with Tammy’s diverse life experience. In the midst of a corporate career in her 20s (Westpac Bank Manager, General Manager), Tammy returned to University and qualified as a Teacher in 1997. Amongst her 20+ years working with children, parents and educators she also became a Yoga Teacher in 1999 and a Zen Thai Shiatsu Massage Therapist in 2011. Tammy is currently completing the requirements to become a Certified Facilitator of The Work.