The Compulsion Inquiry

The Compulsion Inquiry: how it works        

Scott Kiloby’s Compulsion Inquiry (CI) is the best tool I know to free yourself of compulsion or addiction to any substance, whether it involves eating, drinking, smoking, surfing the net, having sex, or seeking enlightenment—take your pick.

The good news is: it works.

CI is actually not about stopping you from using or doing anything. Nor is it about willpower (that doesn’t work – does it?). CI simply stops the compulsion itself to… whatever it is you that crave.

The Anxiety Inquiry

If you are like me – you know fear and anxiety. They have shown up in my own life in many ways: As a general feeling, running below surface, yet always present, that something bad is going to happen to me.  As an irrational anxiety about not having enough money. Or as a feeling of imminent danger or threat, that I must either run from, fight, or freeze and go numb.

In the Anxiety Inquiry, we go looking for the perceived threat in the same way we look for the command to use or do something in the Compulsion Inquiry, or for the “deficient self” in the Unfindable Inquiry.

The Unfindable Inquiry

The Unfindable Inquiry           

The Unfindable Inquiry (UI) changed my life. What if it could change your life too?

Most of us walk through life feeling separate from others, and in some way deficient. We often harbor a belief, deep down, that: “There is something wrong with me”, or “I’m unlovable”, or “I’m not good enough”, or some other version of a “deficient self” that we carry within us. A belief that runs our lives, whether we know it or not, are aware of it or not. What if we find it’s not true? What if we could experience freedom, our own freedom?