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Great Lakes Diamond Approach
The Great Lakes Diamond Approach draws students from all over Canada, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania and New York. The group has been ongoing for several years and is now closed to new students. However, we will consider transfer students on a case-by-case basis. Other interested students may join our wait list for a potential future group.
The Great Lakes Diamond Approach meets four times a year at a retreat center in Southeastern Michigan. The group is taught by Ridhwan teachers Bob Ball, Jeanine Mamary, Dales Sides and Gregory Beck. Teachings include lecture and discussion, self and group inquiry, meditation and individual sessions.
If you have questions regarding transfer student applications or to be added to our wait list, please email Jeannine Mamary at email@example.com.
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