22 episodes

Join spiritual teacher and author Scott Kiloby as he offers unique insights on a variety of topics (consciousness, inquiry, trauma, emotional repression, ending suffering, extra-terrestrial/dimensional phenomena, culture, politics, and LGBTQIA issues). This podcast will bust myths, shatter illusions, and welcome a greater depth of understanding and heart-centered wisdom around consciousness and this absolutely crazy, profoundly beautiful unfolding we call life!
Take this free repression test to get started on the path that Scott refers to in each episode: https://nrfs.co/pdrt

Scott Kiloby’s Podcast - Natural Recovery from Suffering Scott Kiloby

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 3.5 • 8 Ratings

Join spiritual teacher and author Scott Kiloby as he offers unique insights on a variety of topics (consciousness, inquiry, trauma, emotional repression, ending suffering, extra-terrestrial/dimensional phenomena, culture, politics, and LGBTQIA issues). This podcast will bust myths, shatter illusions, and welcome a greater depth of understanding and heart-centered wisdom around consciousness and this absolutely crazy, profoundly beautiful unfolding we call life!
Take this free repression test to get started on the path that Scott refers to in each episode: https://nrfs.co/pdrt

    The Radical Truth of Being (YourSelf)

    The Radical Truth of Being (YourSelf)

    Scott points to how Being and processing the main driver of suffering - emotional repression - come together to reveal our authentic self. This episode also illuminates how we easily get sucked into a vortex of bypassing where we believe falsely that we can just be with what is and truly embody freedom without discovering that we’ve been creating our suffering all along. To get started on this path, take our free repression test: https://nrfs.co/znnj. Join our first online retreat in May 2024: https://nrfs.co/49f5.

    • 47 min
    My Vulnerability - Settling for Safety and Superficiality

    My Vulnerability - Settling for Safety and Superficiality

    Scott shares intimate details of his life to answer the question, what is real vulnerability? This is a depthful conversation that doesn't settle for superficial. Here, Scott gets to the root of why vulnerability was a trauma response for him in many ways until we cleared the anger repression. To get started on this path, take our free repression test: https://nrfs.co/znnj. Join our first online retreat in May 2024: https://nrfs.co/49f5.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    All Your Suffering Is Connected to One Thing

    All Your Suffering Is Connected to One Thing

    Scott breaks realization down very simply to the network of programs that creates the suffering according to science. This is perhaps Scott’s most direct and simplest explanation of how repression drives suffering and how we get free using these tools. To get started on this path, take our free repression test: https://nrfs.co/znnj. Join our first online retreat in May 2024: https://nrfs.co/49f5.

    • 1 hr 20 min
    Critique of Presence Practices

    Critique of Presence Practices

    Scott is releasing this special episode as a precursor to the episode “All Your Suffering is Connected to One Thing” coming out Monday, April 1st. To get started on this path, take our free repression test: https://nrfs.co/znnj. Join our first online retreat in May 2024: https://nrfs.co/49f5.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Creativity Repression and the Plight of the Suffering Artist

    Creativity Repression and the Plight of the Suffering Artist

    Scott shares how the creative impulse in humans is tied to the wiring of emotional repression and how our unrealized potential awaits us, while we toil and spin in stories of being artists who must suffer in order to create. To get started on this path take our free repression test: https://nrfs.co/znnj. Join our first online retreat in May 2024: https://nrfs.co/49f5

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Approval Seeking - Recovering from the Ultimate Human Addiction

    Approval Seeking - Recovering from the Ultimate Human Addiction

    Scott explores approval seeking in all its forms, including how it has infused his life from addiction to recovery to teaching. The very act of holding back, or repressing, emotion is synonymous with the seeking of something outside ourselves, often approval. These two things cannot be separated because they are the same mechanism. Scott makes the case that both in inquiry and in life, if we look with the right skills within our own somatic awareness, we may find approval seeking less like an addictive behavior that we should focus on stopping, and more like an unconscious operating system connected directly to emotional repression that we make conscious to end the suffering. You may never look at approval seeking the same after this episode. In the last segment, Scott invites you into a direct taste of being you without the constraints of needing others to approve of you - and all the freedom, joy, enthusiasm and love that naturally comes with that realization. To get started on this path take our free repression test: https://nrfs.co/znnj. Join our first online retreat in May 2024: https://nrfs.co/fc2g

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

FireSign76 ,

Thank you.

First time listener and you have me in tears. I feel your pain. I see YOU. Thank you for your honesty- for being real and for sharing and opening up so someone like me knows I am not alone.

evsperl ,

The Beliefs that Scott Kiloby teaches keep people stuck and serve his interests

In the beginning, the tools Scott teaches in his KI membership for getting out of emotional repression are great and bring people, including myself, lots of relief. However, the beliefs that Scott then conditions people to believe about how people’s emotional repression is the cause to ALL of their suffering and if they would just go deep enough they then will be out of all suffering/be liberated is absolute nonsense. These beliefs just keep people stuck on a treadmill, they keep people year after year community after they are out of emotional repression for years and years endlessly processing emotions, spending money, buying programs where Scott (and his cronies Dan and Toshi) only have the true answers for you to get “free.”. Getting out of emotional repression is fantastic and their are lots of modalities to do this including ISTDP—however spending years and years of doing “deep emotional work” in order to get “free” is total B.S. and just serves Scott’s pocketbook and ego. Other spiritual teachers talk about getting out of mind identification and seeing through the separate self but Scott is self proclaimed as the one who has figured out has found the true answer to lasting peace and freedom it is doing deep emotional processing ad nauseam (year after year) even after a person is skilled with being aware and feeling all their emotions. I am so glad I got out of the membership and the cult like atmosphere to continue my spiritual and emotional path. RecentlyI have done work on seeing through the separate self and I continue to do emotional work as things come up and don’t endlessly dig into my psyche and I have really made a shift. I am so glad I am out of the KI membership, just wish I didn’t waste so much time there. Scott’s beliefs are dangerous and his membership is cult like and keeps people stuck.

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