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Diamond Approach Europe 4 (DHE4) is a new international ongoing group that will meet twice a year for 7-day retreats in Seefeld/Northern Germany. The retreats will be taught in English.
The residential retreat format includes large group teachings with inquiry exercises, small group inquiry work, and individual sessions with a teacher. All of this together creates a field of presence for our work. Between the residential retreats, students will be offered opportunities to engage with the teaching through regional or online in-between groups. These meetings will support bringing the teaching into daily life.
This new group will start in 2021 and will be guided by a team of five teachers:
Christa Jonas, Konnie Schneider, Odile van Eck, Oliver Schumann, and Tanja Weigmann. The Director is Jeanne Rosenblum. The founders of the Diamond Approach, Hameed Ali (who writes under the name A.H. Almaas) and Karen Johnson, will oversee the curriculum of this group.
2022: October 2 - 9
2023: February 12 - 19 and October 15 - 22
For further information and application for DHE4:
Contact our administrator, Stacia Roberts: DHE4@ridhwan.org or one of the teachers.
Introductory Workshops in 2022
A number of weekends and events with different themes of the Diamond Approach will be offered in several European locations. These are opportunities to experience directly some of the teachings and practices of the Diamond Approach. Download a flyer about these Intro Workshops.
When you are interested in following the spiritual path of the Diamond Approach you can join an open inquiry evening. These events are offered once a month by the five teachers of the new Diamond Heart Europe 4 group.
The open inquiry evenings include a short teaching on the practice of inquiry, time to do an inquiry and sharing afterwards.
Dates: Please contact the teachers for more information.
Teachers: Tanja Weigmann, Odile van Eck, Oliver Schumann
Fees: There is no fee, donations to the support fund for the Diamond Approach work in Europe are welcome.
Diamond Heart Europe 3 is an ongoing international Academy group that meets twice a year for 7-day residential retreats in Seefeld, near Bremen, Germany. Rob Merkx and Tejo
Jourdan are teaching the retreats with other guest teachers. Diamond Heart Europe 3 started in October 2015. Currently there are students from 15 different countries.
The group is under the direction of Jeanne Hay Rosenblum and is part of the Ridhwan Academy. Academy groups follow a teaching curriculum set by founder of the Diamond Approach Hameed Ali (who writes under the name A.H. Almaas). Taught in English.
This group is closed now for new participants.
8 Jahre, nachdem die erste Ridhwan-auf-Deutsch Gruppe zusammenkam (RAD), begann eine weitere fortlaufende Gruppe in deutscher Sprache. Wie die Gruppe RAD 1 treffen sich die Teilnehmer
zweimal im Jahr für ein 7-tägiges Seminar im Bildungshaus Kloster Schöntal (Nähe Heilbronn). Die RAD 2 Gruppe ist für Teilnehmer aus allen Regionen Deutschlands und des deutschsprachigen Auslands
offen. Sie wird von Florentin Krause und Kollegen geleitet.
Low-cost guided inquiry sessions with local European Teachers-in-training in the Ridhwan School are now available for interested individuals who are not already in an on-going Diamond Approach group or seeing a Ridhwan Teacher. Ridhwan Teachers-in-training are closely supervised and mentored by experienced Ridhwan Teachers. Sessions will be conducted in the English language only for training purposes. Meetings with a teacher-in-training must be face-to-face, therefore the possibility of having sessions may be limited by the location of teachers-in-training in Europe.
Contact: e-mail STPsessions@ridhwan.org for information and an application form.
The DIAMOND APPROACH® groups and seminars, and DIAMOND HEART RETREATS & WORKSHOPS groups and seminars, are offered by the Ridhwan Foundation and the Diamond Heart and Training Institute,
Allgemeine Informationen über die Gruppen und Seminare/ For general information on such groups and seminars contact:
Germany and other European countries:
Rosy Breitkopf, Tel.: +49 (0)4952 942955, E-mail: EU_contact@dhat.org