Boston, MA

Diamond Approach groups Boston 1/2 and Boston 3 are no longer accepting new students.
A Boston 4, Diamond Approach group has been launched and is now accepting new students.
For dates, locations and contact information for this newly launched group please visit the site www.diamondapproachne.org and select the tab “Find an event near you”.

  • Social Action and Spirituality: Free Diamond Approach Webinar

    In this free webinar we will explore how spiritual practice and realization can contribute deeply to shaping our actions and the way we live our life. Although the Diamond Approach is purely a spiritual path and teaching, and does not take a particular position in the social, economic, and political areas of life, we can ...More Info »
  • The Obstacle is the Way: A Free Diamond Approach Webinar

    In life in general, when we encounter obstacles, we try to get around them, surmount them, or overcome them one way or another. Much of the time, however, the best strategy is to go through the obstacles. In this free webinar we will explore why this is so, how it works, and how we use this ...More Info »
  • Open House and Experiential Introduction

    An experiential taste of the Diamond Approach including: presentation, practices, inquiry, questions and discussion. Teacher Neal Carbon Download Flyer>>   More Info »
  • Diamond Approach Boston 4 Group (October)

    We are pleased to invite you to join Boston 4, a newly forming on-going Diamond Approach group based in Newton, MA. Boston 4 is a long-term group that meets five weekends per year. Our work includes teachings, meditations, movement, inquiry and discussion. This weekend will be taught by Duncan Scribner, an ordained teacher in the Ridhwan School. Throughout ...More Info »
  • Diamond Approach Boston 4 Group (September)

    We are pleased to invite you to join Boston 4, a newly forming on-going Diamond Approach group based in Newton, MA. Boston 4 is a long-term group that meets five weekends per year. Our work includes teachings, meditations, movement, inquiry and discussion. This weekend will be taught by Leah Chyten, an ordained teacher in the Ridhwan School. Throughout ...More Info »
  • Diamond Approach Boston 4 Group (June)

    We are pleased to invite you to join Boston 4, a newly forming on-going Diamond Approach group based in Newton, MA. Boston 4 is a long-term group that meets five weekends per year. Our work includes teachings, meditations, movement, inquiry and discussion. This weekend will be taught by Leah Chyten, an ordained teacher in the Ridhwan School. Throughout ...More Info »
  • The Diamond Approach Boston 4 Group (April)

    We are pleased to invite you to join Boston 4, a newly forming on-going Diamond Approach group based in Newton, MA. Boston 4 is a long-term group that meets five weekends per year. Our work includes teachings, meditations, movement, inquiry and discussion. This weekend will be taught by Andreas Mouskos, an ordained teacher in the Ridhwan School. Throughout ...More Info »
  • The Diamond Approach Boston 4 Group (February)

    We are pleased to invite you to join Boston 4, a newly forming on-going Diamond Approach group based in Newton, MA. Boston 4 is a long-term group that meets five weekends per year. Our work includes teachings, meditations, movement, inquiry and discussion. This weekend will be taught by Neal Carbon, an ordained teacher in the Ridhwan School. Throughout ...More Info »
  • Aliveness in the Movements: Diamond Approach Five Movements Practice

    The Five Movements Practice is a way to explore the remarkable, inner landscape that lives within your body’s sensations, movements and expressions. This practice was developed out of the principles and insights of the Diamond Approach, including the understanding that your physical body is not an object you occupy but a portal to your deepest ...More Info »
  • Freedom, Ego and Inner Critic part 1

    We long for the freedom to be who we are, to discover and abide in the truth of our deeper nature. We long to live in our natural condition of dignity, integrity and truth. The greatest barrier to actualizing this potential is our identification with the ego and superego, sometimes called the inner critic. Through ...More Info »