This is one of those books that changes lives. I really thought this was going to be a waste of time (aren't most "self-help" books?). But I was SO very pleasantly surprised. I will use the "Four Questions and Turn Around" method of dealing with relationship and personal issues for the rest of my life. I even told my therapist about this and he loved the simplicity of it and is now recommending this to his other clients. Byron Katie is brilliant and this recording is awesome because you get to listen in to her at some of her seminars, which was really great. If you can't afford therapy and have some personal struggles to work through - this will be your best tool. You can do it completely alone and if you're honest and follow the steps - you will start to see things differently than you did before. If you CAN afford therapy - use both.
The premise is that when we question our thoughts, using the 4 questions she developed called "the work" it allows for a different way to experience our world. If you have an open mind this is an interesting listen. I learned a lot.
Byron Katie is a popular teacher and writer. Her books include "A Thousand Names for Joy" (Harmony, 2008), "Loving What Is" (Harmony 2006), and "Where Would I be Without You" (Harmony, 2008)