Annette Anderson is an ordained teacher of the Diamond Approach, an inner work path aligned with the western tradition. She has been a student of the Diamond Approach for 13 years and has a background which includes leading personal transformation courses, spiritual retreats, ongoing spiritual development groups, spiritual coaching; and serving as a healthcare executive. Her primary interest is in teaching the Diamond Approach to individuals who are sincerely interested in developing their full potential. She devotes her time to working with individual students in spiritual insight sessions, teaching in the Gulf Coast Diamond Approach, and supporting the teaching in Texas, Colorado, and the school at large.
What attracted you to the Diamond Approach?:
For as long as I can remember, I have had a thirst for personal growth, always searching for greater understanding and access to deeper parts of myself. This desire manifested in many ways, starting as a child, and continued into adulthood. Many years ago, I had just completed numerous years of participation in personal transformation work, both as a student and a teacher, and found myself feeling very dry and parched both personally and spiritually. I heard about the Diamond Approach, attended my first retreat and knew that I was in the right place. I could feel my soul beginning to open and relax as if it had been a very dry, hard sponge that was now filling with oil. I haven’t looked back since. As I’ve studied and participated over the years, I have come to have more and more access to my depth, have developed more capacity to live as an expression of that in the world, producing an alignment and integration of work, service, life, and spirituality. In my work as a teacher, I consider it an honor to be in service of the ultimate spiritual truth as I teach and work with students.