For those of you who ask why we regularly invite people to work with a facilitator, instead of only doing this work alone, let me give you a personal example.  After my (pretty invasive) testicular cancer surgery to remove…shall we say …. one of two things that only males have, I began to feel a contraction in my pelvic area that was really thick. It had been there all my life, but became magnified. One of the only areas of my body that hasn’t been open. I tried to facilitate myself on this and it was ok. But I met with a Living Inquiries senior facilitator/trainer twice on that recently and it went VERY DEEP. It released tons of stuff down there and it feels totally different now. It is hard for us to truly express that working with someone who is trained is very different than doing this on your own, at least at first. But I hope this post helps you understand why we mention it so often. It comes from our personal experience with this work. (from a Facebook post by Scott July 11, 2013)

Lynn Fraser is a Certified Senior Facilitator & Trainer of Scott Kiloby’s Living Inquiries.

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There are Certified Living Inquiries Facilitators in many places around the world and we all work by Skype and phone in addition to in person. I’ve worked with many of these facilitators and below are links to their websites.  All of us bring our own style, presence and personality to the basic process. You may want to try working with a few different facilitators.