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

Curiosity and wanting to know more about what is not apparent on the surface is my way. Not being satisfied with just living on the "surface", as rich and maturing as it can be, is just a part of something much bigger. Finding out about that something--in all its dimensions, in a true inner work school is precious. The school is a place for all the questions, as well as a unfolding revelation of a deep and far reaching teaching.

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

It has been a joy to work with students and groups. I cannot imagine doing anything else. It is what calls me and truly what I want to do. For students to follow that fire that leads them to a deeper and more intimate place with themselves and with reality is a joy to me.

What attracted you to the Diamond Approach?: 

Initially it was the Enneagram. Finding the Enneagram through the Gurdjieff work, and finding it to be a useful inner tool, there was an interest in finding out everything possible about it. When the Diamond Approach appeared, there was knowledge about the Enneagram with new information not previously known to me, as well as the possibility of a teaching. To find a true work school, an approach that could deal with the insights that had been arising during life made me know that something had found me.

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

It is a true teaching, a usable and approachable path to realizing your inner nature. There are teachers who care deeply about sharing this teaching, guiding the process and who have traveled the path themselves. Not only the fact that there is a true teaching, but also having a group and a teacher: all are important supports on the path.

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