This is the first of a series on Scott’s Unfindable Inquiry.
It’s better to view them in chronological order 1-5. This is about seeing through the separate self. The inquiry is much more effective in person. For private sessions where Scott takes you through this inquiry, go here: http://livingrealization.org/private-…
“Monks, we who look at the whole and not just the part, know that we too are systems of interdependence, of feelings, perceptions, thoughts, and consciousness all interconnected. Investigating in this way, we come to realize that there is no me or mine in any one part, just as a sound does not belong to any one part of the lute.”
-Samyutta Nikaya, from “Buddha Speaks”