In the private-session work done with a Diamond Approach teacher, the student explores their direct experience in an embodied way as the teacher guides and facilitates the inquiry process. Sessions include dialogue as well as breath work and body exploration on a mat. This process of inquiry always takes us toward true nature, no matter the starting point. Students typically do sessions 1-2 times a month.
Due to COVID-19 concerns, public events for the region will be held online for the interim.
A 6-Segment Class Starting May 22
The body has subtle centers at the belly, heart, and head. The functioning of these centers can be obscured or limited by structures that formed as part of egoic experience, or through our conditioning to focus on only the physical realm. When the belly, heart, and head centers are clarified and developed, we experience enhanced capacities of sensing, action, feeling, perception, and knowing. A. H. Almaas (founder of the Diamond Approach) said, "The true human being is how the whole universe is going to know itself." Awakening and embodying these three centers is part of that process.
This online teaching via Zoom videoconferencing will take place over six Saturday mornings. It is suitable for those new to and curious about the Diamond Approach, as well as current students of the path.The event will include meditation, teachings, experiential exercises, and the opportunity to ask questions about your experience and about the Diamond Approach.
Saturdays, 10 am - 1 pm Pacific time
May 22, May 29, June 5, June 12, June 19, June 26
Cost: $120 - $200 sliding scale
Early registration recommended as enrollment is limited.
Led by Anne Hoff and Prakash Mackay,
teachers of the Diamond Approach
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