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What have you learned as a result of studying the Diamond Approach?: 
My life has changed tremendously as a result of my involvement with the Diamond Approach. From some places that were difficult, at times, years ago when I first started, my life has flourished in ways I could not even imagine. I was seeking something and was fortunate to have found the Diamond Approach. I have been extremely touched by the humanity, love, compassion, strength and joy that becomes available though the Diamond Approach. I feel blessed to have been able to know myself and others in a more complete and real way, and feel like it is a privilege to be a part of this path.
What would you like your potential students to know about you as a teacher of the Diamond Approach?: 
Although I have longtime students I dearly enjoy working with, I welcome new students with open arms. I have been an active teacher for 14 years, and because I recently retired from another career, I have the time now to expand my teaching practice. I like working with all types of students and enjoy being able to serve as their guide in their journey. I take delight in allowing students to see for themselves what is arising in their unfoldment. As a student of the Diamond Approach myself for 36 years, I consider myself a fellow traveler on this exquisite, yet sometimes challenging, path. I appreciate the compassionate, attuned holding that is needed for each of us to flourish along the way.
What is most important for people to understand about the Diamond Approach?: 
The Diamond Approach allows us to find the truth in our lives and personal journey. It is a living, evolving teaching that allows for us to live as more real and complete human beings, with ordinary lives in the world. And it has the exquisite potential for us to live in a way where there is less suffering and more freedom in the true sense.

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2019-06-01 12:00

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