Scott Kiloby, J.D.
Scott Kiloby is an author and speaker on the subject of non-dual wisdom and addiction recovery. After twenty years of addiction to drugs and alcohol, Scott began to develop Natural Rest for Addiction as well as the Living Inquiries.
Originally from southern Indiana, Scott was an attorney for several years before becoming an author. He travels extensively across the United States and in Europe giving talks, seminars and intensives. Scott is married and lives in the Palm Springs area where the Kiloby Center is located.
In addition to Natural Rest for Addiction, Scott is the author of the following books which can be found on Amazon.com:
- Living Realization: Your Present Experience As It Is
- The Unfindable Inquiry
- Reflections of the One Life: Daily Pointers to Enlightenment
- Doorway to Total Liberation: Conversations with What Is
- Love’s Quiet Revolution: The End of the Spiritual Search
In Part 3 of this interview with New Harbinger Publications, Scott Kiloby reveals the how the power of present moment awareness can create healthier relationships with potentially addictive activities and more. Q: Not everyone can moderate the use of these substances and activities as you do. ...Read
In part two of this interview, Scott Kiloby goes deeper into the question of what addiction really means, and how the question of moderation and abstinence is of particular importance. Q: Tell me about the other substances and activities to which you have been addicted and that you have...Read
In Part One of this interview through New Harbinger Publications, Scott Kiloby shares his personal journey of addiction, recovery and spiritual awakening. Q: Scott, I understand you are celebrating 13 years in recovery on February 15, 2017. Congratulations! How did you do it? Scott: Ah,...Read
Adding mindfulness to a 12 step-based addiction treatment program can be just the right non-prescription medicine. The key to enhancing such a program with mindfulness depends on understanding just how it works, how it can be integrated with the 12 steps, and who is best qualified to teach it. ...Read
Our work at the Kiloby Center for Recovery centers on an advanced mindfulness approach I developed called Natural Rest for Addiction. This method is based on helping clients relax into the natural peace and joy of the present moment and inquiring into and releasing painful thoughts, emotions...Read
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