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

The source of all satisfaction, fulfillment and freedom is within, in the qualities of our Being, our essential nature. The Diamond Approach is a path to re-awaken to the immediacy of our essential presence, with its many qualites that may in the process transform your life, as it has mine.

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

Each of us has a unique journey of self discovery and realization. My commitment as a teacher is to honor, guide and support each student as they inquire into their unfolding life and spiritual journey. Starting exactly where they are in life, student's are likely to encounter on the journey their familiar (ego) self with its beliefs, repetitive habits and conditioning. As these inner structures are explored with kindness, curiosity and understanding, they are likely to relax over time, allowing the radiance of Being to shine through, and in the process transform one's relationships and life.

What attracted you to the Diamond Approach?: 

My life was at a crossroads. I had lived and worked abroad, explored different cultures, philosophies and lifestyles. Yet deep within was an untouched yearning. I wanted to find a teaching that could help me understand my self, my life, my situation. The Diamond Approach presented an array of teachings about our vast human potential, yet invited me to explore and corroborate for myself what was true, authentic, essential. The path grew on me gradually, like a gentle, summer breeze that calls you to the ocean. Many years later it calls me still.

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