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Shame—Dissolving This Driving Force Behind Addiction Through Mindfulness

Scott Kiloby begins a 4-part Webinar Series on Sunday March 11. Here’s a short article to introduce you to this frequent presenter at SAND Conferences, author, international speaker and founder of the Kiloby Center for Recovery….

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8 Tips for Finding The Right Spiritual Teacher

Spiritual teachers can be helpful. I know this through my own experience working with some great teachers. Here’s a little guide that might help you find the right teacher for you. Keep in mind this is…

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This Sacred Game Has Been Rigged Against Us

“The answer is to question the mind itself, not to answer its questions.” ~ Scott Kiloby The word “spirituality” has caused a lot of suffering over the centuries. Moral self-righteousness is often tagging along side that…

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Clear Mind, Open Heart, Transparent Body

“There is no end to the depth of this freedom.” I remember hearing Gangaji say that many years ago. It felt intuitively true. But I have to admit that, on some level, I wanted there to…

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Do Emotions Go Away?

From: Reflections of the One Life by Scott Kiloby During the spiritual search, there can be an erroneous belief that, in enlightenment, feelings go away and nothing is felt. This is a false myth. In the…

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In Need of Satsang Detox

One reason I moved into the area of addiction treatment at the Kiloby Center was to get away from the satsang circuit. In and of itself, the circuit doesn’t necessarily create a lot of harm. But…

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Everything Passes

Everything passes.  It’s the one thing you can count on.  So no matter whether you feel depressed, anxious, angry, elated or blissful, it will pass.  And the next thing will arise and it will pass.  You…

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How to Drop Identification with the Body

When I used to read the spiritual traditions that put forth the instruction to reach “no thought” or “no mind” it seemed like an impossible task. But I was just naive enough to try. And when…

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