This gem of a book introduces simple ways to find your own answers. It includes ten tools for doing “inner work”. Combined, the tools are a kind of internal GPS that helps you navigate through life.
Are you sometimes overwhelmed by what’s on your plate?
Do you struggle with making decisions or setting priorities?
Do you feel your life is somehow off track?
In 1990, Kate Sutherland was burnt out, bruised and confused. A book from a friend inspired her to visit the Findhorn Foundation in northern Scotland where she learned about inner work: ways of working based in intuition, perception, intention and consciousness.
For over 20 years, inner work has enriched and transformed Kate’s life, from her successful consulting practice and 18-year marriage, to her ongoing sense of meaning and purpose.
Inner work tools help with “little” things too, like:
How to deal with the person who drives you crazy
What food options are best for you or your family
Even how to navigate home when an accident snarls traffic
The book introduces each tool through a brief personal story, a step by step exercise, and commentaries on finer points and possible pitfalls. Also included is a chapter on integrating the tools into daily life.
How revolutionary would it be to find your own answers any time you are confused, overwhelmed, or simply seeking greater clarity?
About the Author
Kate Sutherland uses the tools described in this book on a daily basis in both her personal and professional life. She first became interested in inner work when she burned out as a social change activist in the late ‘80s. Inner work is the best answer she has found to date in her quest for ways of working that are win-win-win for people, human systems, and the planet.
Kate is a life purpose coach, speaker, workshop leader, and organizational change consultant. In 2010, she created the Make Light Work blog as an online meeting place for sharing inspiration and stories, and to quicken the dissemination of inner work approaches.
Kate specializes in helping people come into better alignment with purpose, both individually and in groups. Her current priority is to make inner work mainstream in North America and around the world – as universal as pencils and cooking pots.
Kate believes that when individuals come into alignment with their core purpose, they help bring human systems into alignment. Kate has deep faith that what is most true within each of us will create a sustainable, just, and fulfilling human presence on this planet.