We are happy to be able to offer you a [live] video demonstration of the Unfindable Inquiry!
In this Video, Scott takes Elizabeth through the Unfindable Inquiry (UI) on the belief that she is invisible.
The Living Relationship book contains many dialogues like this one with Elizabeth. Reading the book can be a great start into seeing the effectiveness of the UI. But seeing the UI in action in this video brings to light how deeply the inquiry goes into one’s story, unearthing and clearing away the most deeply seated beliefs about self, beliefs that have a direct effect on how we interact and communicate with others in relationship.
As the video demonstrates, these beliefs are made of words, pictures, emotions and sensations that we often don’t stop and examine. And if we do examine them, we tend to intellectualize or “psychologize” about ourselves.
With the UI, we put all that analysis and psychology aside to see if a self can even be found. In not finding the self, regardless of what form it takes (e.g., “I’m not good enough”), selflessness, free of identification with the story of deficiency and separation, becomes the way we naturally and automatically move and express ourselves in the world and in relationship.
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