5869 Marshall Dr, Boulder, CO
In this weekend we will continue to discover the inner space that allows us to be who we really are. We will explore methods that connect us to our spacious authenticity.
Deeper aspects of our essential nature emerge to support our inner journey. Finding a place we can relax and be, we arrive into the truth with ease.
Join us to learn practical ways to experience the spaciousness of your spiritual nature.
Friday, 6:30-9:30pm, Saturday and Sunday, 10am-5:30 pm
$245 for the weekend
To register, please contact us at [masked], or come to the weekend with your check made out to Ridhwan for $245.00.
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Diamond Approach FAQs
Why explore the Diamond Approach?
The Diamond Approach path is a living teaching, meaning it has arisen in response to the challenges of modern life. It utilizes modern psychology and philosophy, as well as time-tested spiritual practices to help students realize the depth of who they are. We are conditioned by our early life experiences to believe that we are only our personality, or ego self. This path challenges those patterns and reveals our birthright, our essential self.
How can the Diamond Approach benefit me?
Perhaps you're already on a spiritual journey, but your path doesn't quite meet you where you are. Something doesn't feel quite right. The Diamond Approach works with each individual in many different ways, including through the heart, mind and body. Nothing in your experience is rejected; all of your experience can guide you to your deeper self.
Why work with a teacher?
A teacher can offer support and guidance through the main practice of Inquiry in private inquiry sessions. These sessions allow the student to learn their unique style of practicing inquiry in a personal and supported way.
Does dogma play a part in the Diamond Approach?
The Diamond Approach is a path based on the individual's experience vs. dogma. We don't emulate a particular individual, teacher or state of realization. The student is encouraged and supported to follow their unique experience and see where it takes them.
What are some of the practices of the Diamond Approach?
Inquiry, meditation, and the practice of Presence.
What do you mean by Inquiry?
The main practice is a specific and unique form of Inquiry. This type of inquiry is open and open ended. This means you don't inquire to solve a problem or fix yourself; rather, you approach your question with a completely open body, heart and mind and see where it takes you. This takes a real love of the truth, a kind of steadfastness and courage.
What are the meditation techniques used in the DA?
Concentration, awareness, non-doing practices and others are all used, depending on what the student needs.
I have been a student of the Diamond Approach for 28 years, and an ordained teacher for 12 years.