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9am "Living Realization" with Scott Kiloby 10am "Astrological" with Tisch Aitken

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Today's Guest:“Scott Kiloby is reaching out to all people who are suffering or seeking or cannot seem to find fulfillment in this life no matter where they go or what they do. He is communicating to them that freedom is available and that it is actually contained in their very presence, yet it is overlooked. The benefits of recognizing presence are living with a mind that is at peace, a heart full of love and compassion for others, and the end of looking for happiness outside ourselves.” Scott is the author of “Love’s Quiet Revolution: The End of the Spiritual Search” and “Reflections of the One Life: Daily Pointers to Enlightenment.” He is also the creator of an addiction/recovery method called Natural Rest. His book, “Natural Rest: Finding Recovery Through Presence,” is scheduled for release in early 2011. The Living Realization text [which is the site you are currently viewing] is a nondual text and method. Scott began writing Living Realization in 2008. Through the years, Scott has revised the text, responding to issues that have popped up in his own spiritual journey as well as in one-on-one and group meetings with others. Scott’s main website is www.kiloby.com. It contains writings, videos, and audio interviews with a wide diversity of teachers, authors, scientists, and psychologists. Scott travels across the U.S. and overseas giving talks in which those attending experience nondual presence. In these meetings, every position and belief gets challenged, including every belief about the self, others, and the world, and also all of our ideas about spirituality. This leaves those attending completely open to allow the present moment to unfold in a new way, free of identification with thought. The point of the meetings is to allow each person attending to go home and discover for themselves the freedom Scott’s message is pointing to. http://beingwithronash.wordpress.com