Living Inquiries Website

 

Welcome to the Living Inquiries. We are glad you’ve found your way to us. As an intimate and fully embodied exploration of both our felt experience and our beliefs, the Inquiries invite us to discover what has previously remained hidden or unconscious, allowing an unraveling of thoughts and feelings which can bring a new-found sense of freedom. Whatever your life circumstances and whatever challenges you face, here are the broad brushstrokes of our invitation to you.

The Living Inquiries are transformational. Move beyond endlessly trying to fix yourself. Learn a simple process that unravels the belief systems and conditioning that seem to define you. Find out who you are by discovering what you’re not. Find your innate capacity to be okay (even when you don’t feel okay).

Honor and embrace your experience. Listen deeply to your mind and body, and become gently and honestly present. Integrate your abandoned, neglected or rejected parts as you gradually learn to love yourself. Tenderly hold your wounds and negative self-beliefs, beyond judgement and shame. Discover the natural spaciousness in which resistance and effort relax. Experience the relief of ending the war against yourself.

The invitation is to connect deeply. Connect with the deep wisdom of your body and strengthen your capacity to trust its guidance. Connect with your heart and reveal your authentic self. Connect with others in this open-hearted and inclusive community.

The invitation is to simply be. Discover the gift of resting with whatever is here, just as it is. Discover a deep trust in life, however it is unfolding. Experience the sheer aliveness of being here, just as you are, unencumbered by the past or future. Discover liberation.

If our invitation resonates with you, take your time to explore these pages further. You’ll find more on the what and how of the Inquiries here, and details on who we are here. You can read, watch and listen here. You’re also very welcome to contact us.

 

“I’ve done dozens of therapies but this is different – it’s a peeling away of a painful way of being in the world.” G.K.

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NEW BOOKS on The Living Inquiries

Scott Kiloby and Fiona Robertson: Joint Book Launch Event

held on Saturday, February 11th, 2017
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Video now available of Scott and Fiona talking about the Living Inquiries, what they are really about, and how they have influenced and transformed so many people’s lives.

Click through here to access the video of this event. 

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Scott Kiloby Book

The Unfindable Inquiry by Scott Kiloby

Reading this book, we discover that we’re not the damaged, separate self that we assumed we were. When we’re ready and willing to look within, Scott takes us step by step through the Living Inquiries process, guiding and encouraging us to look for ourselves, as he has done. Through deep inquiry we can, as author Richard Miller PhD says, “come upon the astounding conclusion that this ‘me’ is actually a timeless presence that is spacious, perfect, and whole—beyond border, boundary, and lack. …”
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LI Book

The Art of Finding Yourself by Fiona Robertson

This is an immensely helpful and practical guide to dismantling our identification with our stories while staying fully present with difficult and previously denied emotions. Fiona describes the transformation that happens when we approach life without protecting our stories, defending our self-image, or hiding from our deepest pain. Using her own life of deep self-inquiry as illustration of how learning to inquire and rest in full acceptance of whatever arises, she demonstrates how we can bring about profound changes in how we feel about ourselves, others, and life itself.
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“The Living Inquiries enable us to chip away the false, hardened places that conceal the evidence of our bare and fundamental nature.” H.M.P.

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“Kiloby provides us with the means that can liberate us, truly, into a lifetime of freedom, joy, well-being, and interconnection—within ourselves, with others, and with the world around us.” Richard Miller, PhD.

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“Fiona Robertson’s succinct volume is a personal guide to the Living Inquiries. She shows us how fearless and open inquiry can free us of the ‘seeming self,’ the illusory yet powerful tyrant that keeps us stuck in a limited world with limited possibilities.” Gabor Maté, MD.

The Living Inquiries Blog

Lynn Fraser on how our past experiences effect our present perceptions; Fiona Robertson on why coming back to our senses is crucial to inquiry; Julie Klopp on how we can never know where inquiry will take us, and why that’s such a good thing. Blogs by our facilitators – read more…

The Living Inquiries Facilitators

Our facilitators come from varied backgrounds and locations; from Hawaii and across the US and Canada to the UK and Europe. Read about their individual journeys, how the Living Inquiries have impacted their lives, and how they might be able to help you – read more…

The Living Inquiries Events

There are many ways to inquire and we offer a variety of events. Join one of our weekly online group inquiry sessions, become a member of a Natural Rest group, or sign up for one of our Deepening Courses to dive right into inquiry – read more.

The Living Inquiries Resources

Watch Scott Kiloby talking about the Inquiries and the thinking that lies behind them. See self-facilitations on a number of topics, including the fear of driving, feeling lonely, and the need to get somewhere. Listen to recorded sessions about being perfect, body image issues and discovering what’s ‘real’. Read articles about the Living Inquiries that have been featured in Elephant Journal – read more…


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Scott Kiloby’s other websites:
www.kiloby.com
www.naturalrestforaddiction.com

The Kiloby Center for Recovery
www.kilobycenter.com

The Living Inquiries have been developed by Scott Kiloby, Colette Kelso, Fiona Robertson, Julianne Eanniello, and the other Senior Facilitators.

All photographs by members of the Living Inquiries community.

Watercolours by Helena Weaver.

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