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?

For each of us, there is a specific definition of that deficient self that clicks with us. For me, it was, “There is something wrong with me.”

As a child I  felt the bar was set too high. It seemed there was nothing I could do to really please my father and gain his love and appreciation. So I gave up. I felt I didn’t really belong. That I was separate, misunderstood, and definitely unacceptable as I was. I mean really unacceptable—unworthy of the unconditional love I longed for … ah well, maybe in my next lifetime … This changed, when I did the UI with Scott Kiloby.

Through the UI we can look for anything, including the most deeply rooted beliefs you hold true about yourself.

The first step is to identify the thing, or “self”, we are looking for.

Once identified, the process is straightforward: We undo the “Velcro effect” again. That strong attachment between thoughts, which show up as words and images in most cases, and energies in the body, which include sensations and feelings of all kinds.

Many report a “wow!” feeling even after one session, when the concepts of self and identities we have believed in all our lives prove to be un-findable and therefore simply not true anymore.

The “end” result (as if there is one) is being able to simply let everything, including  “self” be, just as it is. The deep, deep feeling of separation is gone.

This is not something that can be realized through the mind, not something to understand, but something to experience.

If you find yourself endlessly seeking some future fulfillment or enlightenment, if you are triggered into unwanted responses in relationships with family, friends, work, or are struggling with deficiency thoughts, or any type of physical or emotional pain, then this inquiry is for you.

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To watch a brief video of Scott describing the Unfindable Inquiry in more detail see Media.