Sharon Arnaud (she goes by Share) is a Counsellor &
Certified Facilitator of The Work of Byron Katie.
She has trained directly with Byron Katie since 2012,
and is deeply immersed in this practice of meditation.
She is trained in trauma & abuse group work
and grief counselling, and holds a diploma in
Addictions Studies from McMaster University.
Share has been a counsellor in private practice for over 20 years, fostering self-inquiry and awareness with her clients as they identify and uncover what's keeping them from their fullest expression of self.
Being in deep listening, she travels with you as you identify and question your limiting beliefs,
and set your own unraveling in motion. This unraveling allows profound transformation to occur.
to your true nature.
Before finding The Work, Share had spent much time looking for inner peace and freedom through personal therapy and other healing modalities.
As a child and young adult, she struggled with the effects of dysfunction and trauma. A mother of four, she was committed to breaking the cycle. She would, at times, experience profound moments of clarity,
but they would soon be overshadowed or undone by moments of feeling overwhelmed, frozen, and
stuck. She would then beat herself up, thinking, "I’ve done all this work. How can I still feel like this?"
In 2011, her daughter suffered a traumatic brain injury, a significant business ended, and she
walked away from her family home. Life as she knew it collapsed.
At that point, she was drawn to a five-day Byron Katie event. While there, she found a way to unravel
what her mind had made all of the struggles mean (including thoughts like "She won’t be OK,"
"I won’t be OK," "We’ve lost everything," "I have no home," etc..)
The result of questioning these beliefs was that love, compassion, and understanding began to return.
She knew she had found something immensely powerful and transformative in The Work.
Share often refers to The Work as the "How to the Now."
What Share Says About The Work
"Finding The Work opened a way, and a how, to invite moments of confusion instead of hiding from them. Using my stories as a point of meditation and a
way into inquiry, The Work taught me to catch the thought, and identify what
I was thinking and believing. It taught me to write it down, ask the questions,
get still, and wait. It shows me a way back to stillness. By allowing, one at a time, the parts that are too scared to surface, The Work nurtures me in accepting
ALL of me, being soft with myself, and walking lightly in our world."
"I question anything and everything that causes suffering."