It’s already here, the peace you seek. Even in the midst of agitation, grief, and distraction; regardless of circumstance, age, health or wealth, it can be rediscovered. What we do here is find our way back to this peace, not because we ever left it behind, but because we’ve been looking for it everywhere but right here, right now, where it’s always been, and where it remains.
Through ongoing dialogue, the focus of our attention can be turned around, away from what appears to be the places to find it out there, in love, in money, in achievement, in recognition or in things, people, or places. Have you found it there yet? Or is it just around the corner, in the promise of one more or one better opportunity?
This site, these pages, are about making this turn-around, taking a step back and looking in a new direction. Perhaps you’ve heard this story:
“A policeman sees a drunk man searching for something under a streetlight and asks what the drunk has lost. He says he lost his keys and they both look under the streetlight together. After a few minutes the policeman asks if he is sure he lost them here, and the drunk replies, no, that he lost them in the park. The policeman asks why he is searching here, and the drunk replies, “this is where the light is.”
Ah, but you might just discover that the keys are right there in your pocket. You only thought they were lost, and overlooked the safest, simplest place to keep your keys. We’ll shine the light, and look, in the right places. We’ll find the deepest peace.
Colette Kelso has worked as a Facilitator for Scott Kiloby’s Living Inquiries, using the Unfindable Inquiry (UI). She also helped to co-create the Anxiety Inquiry (AI) and the Compulsion Inquiry (CI), and was involved in training others to become certified Facilitators in the UI, AI, and CI.
Now she is working independently to point to One’s True Nature, using direct pointers, dialogue, and guided looking. These are ways to directly experience–beyond teachings, beyond conceptual understanding–the Deepest Peace that is always here and immediately accessible. If you’re interested in this kind of looking, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a session, usually by Skype, Google+, or even over the phone. Sometimes all it takes is a gentle nudge in the right direction to slip over the edge.
“Come to the edge. ‘We can’t. We’re afraid.’
‘Come to the edge.’ ‘We can’t. We will fall!’
‘Come to the edge.’ And they came. And he pushed them. And they flew.” ~ Guillaume Apollinaire