What attracted me to the Diamond Approach?

What attracted me to the Diamond Approach?

I was born in Germany as an only child to parents who had been in World War II. My love for music and performing arts came to an abrupt stop when my mother died when I was 21 years old and I re-directed my life to science and entered Medical School, where ultimately I became a Pathologist and moved to the USA at the age of 27 where I got married and had 2 daughters. That threw me into the depth of exploration about what it means to be an immigrant, a mother (whose death I never really quite recovered from), and a woman in a very competitive man’s world of medicine and science. Explorations led me to finding the Diamond Approach in some very unlikely ways and more and more questions seemed to be coming up and fewer and fewer answers which is extremely refreshing and freeing.

What attracted me to the Diamond Approach?

My first encounter with the Diamond Approach seemed almost accidental – it took place in a place I had no interest in coming to and nothing like I would have been interested in pursuing at the time -but in the spirit of “trying anything at least once” I went and , although I had no idea what was going on there, I felt lit up in a way I had not felt before after my first session having no clue what was happening. Numerous years were spent trying to “figure out” what was going on and where the loop hole was in this program and why I kept coming back despite myself. Ultimately I began to realize that I love the truth more than anything else and the elegance and precision with which things seem to be transforming and changing and I have been completely hooked ever since.

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