Berkeley, CA

The Ridhwan Center for Spiritual Development is located at 2075 Eunice Street, Berkeley. The Ridhwan Foundation offices are located here along with meeting spaces where ongoing groups and teacher trainings meet on a regular basis. The building and bathrooms are wheel-chair accessible. For information about directions to the center, access by public transport and parking, see flyer Getting To The Ridhwan Center

California Diamond Heart 10 Forming – A new Northern CA Diamond Heart group is forming. Details here»

Individual Inquiry Sessions with Ridhwan Teachers-in-Training

Low-cost guided inquiry sessions with teachers-in-training in the Ridhwan School Seminary Program are currently available in various Bay Area locations, to interested individuals who are not already in an on-going Diamond Approach group or seeing a Ridhwan Teacher privately.            Click >>here for more details and sign-up information.

  • Book Talk & Signing

    The Alchemy of Freedom The Philosophers’ Stone and the Secrets of Existence by A. H. Almaas A. H. Almaas shows that the tremendous liberating power of the mysterious philosophers’ stone is closer to us than we realize. In fact, it is the true nature of all reality—in all times and all places, without being limited to being anything ...More Info »
  •  California Diamond Heart 10

    New group forming now in Berkeley, CA A new Diamond Heart group, California Diamond Heart 10, is now forming in the San Francisco Bay Area. For information please visit the CADH10 website: or write to Betsy at: In support for the forming of this new group, a series of experiential weekends designed to introduce the Diamond Approach work to interested ...More Info »
  • Diamond Approach Meditation Retreat

    This meditation retreat is an opportunity to immerse oneself in an extended period of silent meditation informed by the Diamond Approach®. This stretch of time, unencumbered by our usual concerns, allows us to devote ourselves to practice and to invite direct contact with Being and Presence. A central principle of the Diamond Approach is that ...More Info »