As a young girl, the sudden accidental death of my siblings precipitated my spiritual quest and a longing to discover the meaning of life. Along with this, came a desire to live each moment as fully as possible since I had painfully realized that everything could change in a blink of an eye.
As a young woman, my longing for a meaningful life inspired me to explore the world and travel different continents before turning my attention to the inner world of my Being. I started to attend gatherings about consciousness also known as "satsangs" and to participate in many meditation retreats, vision quests, shamanic journeys, and alternative therapeutic trainings.
Working in a canadian university and providing trainings in corporations, as well as participating in the field of international cooperation and caring for homeless youth also contributed significantly to the integration of consciousness into my daily life.
In 2000, I discovered the Diamond Approach and later on, moved to California to devote myself to the experiential study of this spiritual path and to my job as a consultant to an international retreat center.
As a teacher of the Diamond Approach, I consider it a great privilege to accompany each student in discovering the ultimate truth of their existence that lies at the center of their immediate experience, whatever it happens to be in each moment.
The Diamond Approach invites all of us to be exactly where we are without trying to get anywhere else or change or fix anything in order to access the Presence of Being, which lives into the immediacy of the moment and sheds light on the obstacles/misunderstanding that are in the way.