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Sun, 10 Sept


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Sunday Inquiry Group, Spring 2023

Join an inquiry group this spring to learn this fundamental practice of the Diamond Approach where we explore our immediate experience to lead us to greater depth and truth. 6 meetings between Sept. 10 and Nov. 19

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Sunday Inquiry Group, Spring 2023
Sunday Inquiry Group, Spring 2023

Time & Location

10 Sept 2023, 10:00 am – 11:30 am NZST

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About the event

Inquiry is the central practice of the Diamond Approach path to spiritual realization.  Everything we experience is part of an unfolding meaningful tapestry that reveals the true depth and potential of who we are.  Learning to inquire is learning how to approach what happens in our day-to-day living – our joys, sorrows, frustrations, doldrums, delights, quietudes – in a new way. We can go beyond the repetitive cycle of trying to arrange our inner and outer worlds to make us feel fulfilled, successful, connected and complete, and discover that Being, our essential spiritual nature, is already living through us, waiting for our welcome and interest.

Two groups will be meeting in the spring of 2023.  In each group, up to 10 people will be able to participate in a format that includes short meditations, body awareness practices to support here-and-now contact with our experience, brief teachings about the practice of inquiry, and the opportunity for several people each meeting to be guided by a Diamond Approach teacher in inquiring into what is happening for them personally.

Six Sundays at 10.00am - 11.30am NZT on zoom.  Led by Brian Leahy.

Sunday September 10      Sunday September 24      Sunday October 8

Sunday October 22           Sunday November 5          Sunday November 19

180 NZD for the series of 6 meetings

For more information, please contact Brian at

Brian Leahy is a Diamond Approach teacher who currently lives mostly in California and spends part of the year in New Zealand.  He has studied with Hameed Ali (A. H. Almaas) and Karen Johnson, the founders of the Diamond Approach, for nearly 30 years.

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