Scott is now offering Private Certified Facilitator Training for a limited time.
The Kiloby Inquiries (KI) beautifully simplify and break down the powerful age-old practice of self-inquiry to address the underlying pain that drives suffering. Using KI, you will intentionally bring your subconscious material to the surface so you can see through the illusion. KI offers tools for digging into the subconscious, reducing resistance, and regulating your nervous system so that you can adjust to the moment.
KI Training with Scott includes ten 1-on-1 appointments with Scott via Zoom (up to 90 minutes each). He will tailor his training to your particular needs and help you integrate each tool, including:
In the summer of 2020, Scott decided to record everything he knew about the Kiloby Inquiries. Get this program for free when you purchase training!
The KI Members Area, started late in 2021, is on fire! We’ve created an intimate community where members feel safe to connect, share vulnerably, and refine their use of the KI tools together. Scott is currently very active in posting, commenting, and holding weekly live meetings. Get access for one year when you commit to training today.
Work 1-on-1 with Toshi to experience more clarity and deeper embodiment during your training process!
Toshi is a highly influential and gifted facilitator and training assistant. In a short time, he has emerged as a leader in the KI community and has demonstrated the skill to loosen emotional repression in himself and others.
He has experience working with emotional repression, addiction, chronic pain, physical abuse, racial abuse, sexual abuse, sexual repression, depression, PTSD, cPTSD, birth trauma, spiritual seeking, and past life trauma.
Toshi has experience working with: emotional repression, addiction, chronic pain, physical abuse, racial abuse, sexual abuse, sexual repression, depression, PTSD, cPTSD, birth trauma, spiritual seeking, and past life trauma.
I have been doing the repression work on anger, shame, and fear on myself. As the repressions started to lift, I have started to experience major changes in the way I interact, perceive and experience life, in a way I never knew possible under repression. And my relationship with people around me has changed dramatically, especially with my family members. By doing emotional repression work, I also found that my frequent stomach pain and mouth ulcers were connected to and caused by the repression of emotions. After 6 months of doing the work, the pain and strong contraction are now almost gone (only occasional contraction). The mouth ulcer hasn’t come back in a very long time.
I never knew I could trust and love my body as much as I do now. The body remembered everything for me even though I was busy trying to forget and run away from certain emotions, contractions, and pains. My darkest secrets, scariest memories, deepest anger, loneliest moments… I’m learning to now see that the contraction/pain are like gifts that my body saved for me, rediscovering again on this mysterious journey called life. And they are like gifts because seeing them for what they really are, it brings me back to who I really am.
I was born and raised in Osaka, Japan. At the age of 11, I was sent to England to go to a free school called Summerhill founded by A.S. Neill. The school gave me time to really explore and learn how to be with myself. I have learned what freedom means and also to live freely comes with great responsibilities at a young age. Since then I have been living in the UK up until the present moment.
Throughout my life, I was always curious to find out who or what we really are as human beings. So, my search for truth started with a few spiritual books and then moved on to sitting with many great teachers. I have tried many different practices (Non-duality, Advaita, ACIM, Vipassana, Mindfulness, Zen, etc.) and sat with many teachers (Adyashanti, Rupert Spira, Aisha Salem, Jeff Foster, Mooji Ayuka Mizoguchi, etc.) After a series of awakening experiences and somatic embodiment work, I have started to live from and abide in my true nature/awareness/presence more and more.
However, somedays I will sit and be with a contraction/pain in my body for hours or days sometimes, and when it did eventually fall away (or not), there was a feeling of inefficiency and there was a sense that something was not quite right and that I’m missing something completely regarding the way I was experiencing bodily sensations. That’s when I started to watch Scott’s videos on KI and I started to inquire into the body. This changed everything, I could clearly see how I was blinded by just abiding in awareness even if I was being with sensations, I was not inquiring into them so the thoughts that were trapped in them could not be seen. Especially the repressed emotions, I was completely blind to them from the non-dual awareness. Also, I began to see and catch that abiding in awareness and letting “everything be as it is” was somehow helping the repressed emotions be repressed further. And that the repressed contractions/pain do not come up by themselves to be seen in awareness because the idea of letting “everything be as it is” kept them hidden below the surface.
I join the KI facilitator training program which really gave me the time to dive in and uncover my repressed anger and shame. And also discovered my spiritual bypass that was happening throughout my seeking life. Especially after the so-called spiritual liberation, where it was really easy for me to be stuck and hide in the awareness as an identity.
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Scott Kiloby is a noted international speaker and well-respected enlightenment (nonduality) teacher who has helped thousands of people all over the world. He’s an entrepreneur, creative spirit, and a prolific author of seven books that simplify and demystify authentic spiritual awakening as it is taught in the East.
He’s broken new ground in a number of areas, including focusing on mindfulness and nondual awareness as the central path to freedom in recovery. He is the co-founder and former owner of the first two such treatment centers in the U.S., the Kiloby Center for Recovery (day treatment) and the Natural Rest House (24-hour care facility).
Scott is an innovator in the addiction field, which for decades has shamed, judged, punished, and instilled fear into clients to keep them clean (with a relatively low success rate). After studying that archaic model, Scott developed the Natural Recovery (formerly called the New Model of Recovery), with a zero-tolerance for shaming, judging, or punishing people whether they are using or not.
Instead, he focuses on showing people unconditional love. He uses the Kiloby Inquiries to heal the very pain that drives addictive behavior in the first place. This has been the central key to the success of his work.
Scott’s work is in no way limited to addiction recovery. He has also developed several forms of inquiry that help people with a wide array of human suffering — such as trauma, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, OCD, and general unhappiness with life — by teaching them to live in the present moment instead of “in their heads.”
His work is considered to be on the innovative edge of enlightenment teachings and in the world of recovery and trauma healing.
Dan McLintock is a Certified Facilitator, Trainer and the Co-Developer of the Kiloby Inquiries method/approach the New Model of Recovery along w Scott Kiloby.
A Jacksonville, Florida native, Dan graduated Flagler College in 2004 with B.A. in Theatre Arts and English Literature and has played music professionally in bands for over 20 years. But his true passion lies in sharing the context, possibility and practicality of healing, awakening and release.
Dan has worked one-on-one with clients in and out of the Kiloby Center since 2017 and has an unconditionally loving and earnest approach to healing trauma, dissolving the drivers of addiction/suffering and unhooking long-held toxic beliefs about ourselves, others and the world at large.
He’s also worked intensively, side-by-side with Scott Kiloby for the past three years to develop the transformative tools of the Kiloby Inquiries as well as the principles and approach of the “New Model of Recovery” rooted in unconditional love and non-judgment. Much of this approach was borne out of Scott and Dan’s work with each other on their own personal traumas as well as their work with clients at the Kiloby Center.
Scott and Dan have simplified, demystified and condensed some of the principles and practices of eastern/non-dual spirituality into an easily accessible set of tools most anyone can understand, learn and utilize to free themselves from their own suffering.
A clarity call is a free 30-minute introductory call with a Certified KI Facilitator. During a clarity call, you can ask any questions you have about KI and see whether a particular facilitator is a good fit for you.
To book a clarity call, select your preferred facilitator (hover over their picture and click the “Meet” button). Then, enter your email and click “Book Your Call.” From there, you’ll be able to select your preferred date and time and schedule your clarity call (please double-check your time zone before booking).
Julianne Eanniello is a Certified Trainer and Facilitator of both the Kiloby Inquiries and the Unfindability Inquiries (formerly called the Living Inquiries). She is also a Certified TRE Practitioner, and the developer of the somatic movement process called Natural Flow Movement. She works with clients all over the world on virtually any topic, including spiritual seeking, stress, anxiety, depression, pain and health related issues, traumatic experiences, repression, relationship issues, and general unhappiness with ourselves and our lives. She does this through online sessions, deepening courses, workshops and facilitator certification training.
For most of my life I’ve wondered who I am and why I am here. As I was growing up, no one else seemed to be talking about these things, or even thinking about them, so I buried it deep inside and tried my best to fit in the way I was “supposed” to, all the while feeling like there was something desperately wrong with me and that I needed to fix it.
In my early thirties, the death of a young relative left me feeling hopeless and helpless, wondering what is the point of life if we’re all just going to die anyway? This launched me on a search. I didn’t even know what I was looking for, I just knew that there was a longing – a desperate longing for something that actually made sense about life. I learned several alternative spiritual and healing techniques. I meditated. I read books and watched videos. I eventually learned of non-duality teachings, and I read more books, watched more videos, and even sat with several ‘awakened’ teachers. Yet I was still searching, something still felt missing. I was looking for the key that would unlock the mystery of me and of life.
In my early forties, I developed a chronic health condition that left me unable to work for several years, and most days barely able to get out of bed due to extreme fatigue, brain fog and pain. I lost my banking job, and eventually lost my home. I saw a multitude of doctors to try to find out what was wrong with me, and used every tool in my metaphysical and alternative medicine toolkit to try to heal myself. My seeking became even more intense, and I was looking for a way to escape my pain.
In 2009, I met Scott Kiloby. Since I started working with him and doing the Living Inquiries, the seeking for enlightenment has stopped, and the question of ‘who am I’ is no longer relevant. My victim stories around my health started falling away. Once I started looking at my experience through inquiry, everything changed. I stopped chasing something ‘out there.’ I no longer seek some future state of happiness or peace. This is not to say that I don’t have problems, or ever experience pain. Quite the contrary. I still use the inquiries regularly, and now there is much less avoidance or resistance to what I’m experiencing. I experience more and more freedom in the present moment, exactly as it appears.
Having trained with Scott, I was one of the first to be certified as a Senior Living Inquiries Facilitator and Trainer in early 2012. In 2014, I moved to CA and became a business partner with Scott at The Kiloby Center for Recovery, where we worked with people suffering from addiction, anxiety, depression and more for the next 8 years.
I can’t imagine my life without these inquiries. They saved me from myself. If you are still suffering, searching, longing… I encourage you to give this a try.
As a young child I saw a picture of Jesus gazing lovingly at some children around his feet. I immediately longed for the unconditional love I saw in his gaze. At the same time, I was being read fairy tales, like Cinderella, and came to believe that romantic love would satisfy that longing for love.
So, I married my handsome prince at age 19. But then, by age 29, I found myself alone, as a single mother, with four young children. I was devastated and convinced that something was terribly wrong with me, to have ended up in such a predicament.
I had learned to love and please others, but not how to love and respect myself. I was a “good girl,” and repressed my urges to have my own needs acknowledged and met. A wise teacher later told me, “We need to love everyone, including ourselves.” This was an amazing revelation for me!
Learning to meditate helped immensely to bring moments of peace, while I was sitting still, though I was still being triggered regularly in my relationships. Finally, the Kiloby Inquiries taught me how to turn my attention inside in daily life – towards the trapped thoughts and emotions I’d been running from – so that I could face and release them. It was like some tender, lost children began coming home, to take their rightful place in my inner world.
I am honored and excited to be able to facilitate these wonderful inquiries for others.
Sumitra lives on the Hawaiian island of Kauai with some of her family. She has four grown children and six grandchildren. For many years she lived and worked in a yoga retreat community in California, and has taught yoga, meditation and Compassionate Communication in addition to facilitating the tools of the Kiloby Inquiries (since 2013).
Sumitra also loves working with couples and others with relationship challenges in a simple (though not always easy) deep listening practice that allows each person to be truly heard and acknowledged.