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Q & A and Other Events

We offer occasional free Q & A calls with Fiona Robertson or one of the other Senior Facilitators. You are very welcome to attend these calls to ask questions, listen, share your experience and connect with others. These calls, which usually last around an hour and a half, are an opportunity to learn more about the Inquiries, whether you are a newcomer or an experienced inquirer.

We also offer other kinds of events occasionally, both in person and online.
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Resolving Addiction and Its Driving Forces

Scott Kiloby, Director of the Kiloby Center for Recovery
presents the 2018 SAND (Science & Non Duality) 4-Part Webinar Series 

Instead of being seen as a disease, addiction is more a RESPONSE to what has happened in a person’s life (e.g., trauma) and/or how one feels about himself (e.g., pain, lack, shame). All of these underlying drivers depend on the belief in separation.

In this unique, interactive and highly experiential webinar, Scott will point to nondual awareness, teach the art of skillful mindfulness and instruct participants on how to use the latest groundbreaking inquiries from the Kiloby Center. Addiction ends when the pain is resolved and one’s identity shifts from ego to awareness.

This webinar will be helpful not only to those focused on resolving addiction, but also to anyone who is suffering in any way and looking for liberation.

This series is now available as a video series at the reduced rate of $49. For more information and/or view the videos, you’ll need to register and purchase access on SAND’s site. Videos will be available to view until March 11th, 2019. 

1: Introduction – A Talk on Suffering and Why It Isn’t Necessary

In this segment, Scott will break down his new model of recovery, which focuses on the use of surgical-like somatic inquiry tools that uproot the drivers behind addiction.

2: Readiness is the Foundation

The desire to use (and to suffer) is so compulsive that it quite often overrides the desire to stop an addiction. Scott and his team have developed a Readiness Inquiry, which removes the mental and emotional blocks that stand in the way of being completely ready to face and resolve the underlying drivers.

3: The Drivers

The people around you who want you to quit your addiction play an integral role in keeping you addicted. External pressure, judgment and shaming, together with trauma, become internalized at some point during the process of becoming addicted. Once internalized, they drive the addictive behavior. In this segment, Scott will take you through a deep dive into various forms of penetrating inquiry that target these drivers directly.

4: What is True Recovery?

In this segment, Scott will sum up how using the tools skilfully can result in a more authentic recovery that shows up simply as peaceful, loving presence.

Click here to register for this event


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Events are shown in Pacific Time (PT) on the Events calendar. Check the details for other time zones such as Eastern Time (ET), GMT (UK time) , Central European Time (CET) or go to http://www.worldtimebuddy.com/ or https://www.timeanddate.com/ to check out the equivalent time for your own location.

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Dissolving the Link Between Addiction, Trauma and Shame

Scott Kiloby, Director of the Kiloby Center for Recovery
presents the 2017 SAND (Science & Non Duality) 4 Part Webinar Series.

This series is now available as a video series at the reduced rate of $49. For more information and/or view the videos, you’ll need to register and purchase access on SAND’s site. Videos will be available to view until July 23rd 2018.  
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Pt 1: Scott discusses how trauma and shame, especially, must be dealt with before all addictions can fall away.
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Pt 2: Scott introduces the Kiloby Center’s Phase 1 skills which will help participants become more skillful at untangling the thoughts, emotions and sensations that are tied to addiction and the core restlessness that underlies it.
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Pt 3: The focus of this part is on Phase 2 bodywork from the Center that untangles these bodily contractions.
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Pt 4: Scott gives a prescription for those who wish to bring his work into their daily lives. He discusses readiness as a key to recovery as well as how infinite patience plays a big role in overcoming all primary and secondary or process addictions.