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What have you learned as a result of studying the Diamond Approach?: 

How to live a true life.

What would you like your potential students to know about you as a teacher of the Diamond Approach?: 

I am bi-lingual English/Dutch and am happy to conduct sessions in either language.

What attracted you to the Diamond Approach?: 

The open-ended nature of the Diamond Approach as a spiritual path attracted me. There is no goal, no final state to which we strive to arrive. We are encouraged to find out for ourselves what best serves our unfoldment, regardless of the tradition or orientation of the teaching. I love the totality of view that characterizes the Diamond Approach, inviting both Eastern and Western wisdom into its ever growing teachings. I have been guided by wonderful teachers and true nature itself and hope to be a channel for the same to the students with whom I work. Students tell me that as a teacher, I am steady and passionate and that they feel a lot of trust to bring all of themselves into the inquiry with me.

What is most important for people to understand about the Diamond Approach?: 

That truth is an ever changing flow that we are all a part of. That the Diamond Approach initially opens our awareness to the restrictions that ego and personal history bring to our experience. The Diamond Approach (DA) is not a therapy, although the wisdom of the teaching may bring relief from the suffering that our egoic self knows so well. We practice inquiry, meditation and presence in the DA to support our growth and unfoldment.

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