The Pleasure of Being

Georganiseerd door: Rob Merkx
Datum: zaterdag 3 september 2016
Tijd: 10:00 tot 4 sep 2016 17:00 uur
Prijs: € 185 per training/workshop
Zaal: PC Hooftzaal – 85m2 – 30-90 personen
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September 3 & 4, 2016 in Amsterdam
A Diamond Approach® weekend open to everyone

We naturally love what is real. Being oneself brings a deep, simple and fulfilling
pleasure. This pleasure does not come from external sources of satisfaction.
Outer sources of pleasure have their own merit
but don’t liberate us from being ruled by the pleasure principle,
which is an endless seeking of pleasure and avoiding pain.
Structured by this principle, we grow up believing two deep delusions: that the
purpose of life is in the gratification of our desires; and that the objects of
gratification exist outside in the physical world.

The Diamond Approach is a path of wisdom, an approach to the investigation of
reality and a method of working on oneself that leads to increased understanding
and liberation. It is a spiritual path that grew out of, and in response to, the
needs of those leading ordinary lives in our current Western culture.
In this weekend we will use meditation and open-ended inquiry into our
moment-to-moment experience oriented by a love for truth.
The Diamond Approach recognizes the uniqueness of each individual soul and
does not require that people adapt to some ideal, but welcomes people as they
are and helps them to take the natural next step for their unique development.

Teachers: Tejo Jourdan and Rob Merkx

Dates: September 3rd & 4th 2016. 10:00 until 17:00.

Teaching in English language. Inquiries can be done in Dutch or other language.

Location: Centrum De Roos, P.C. Hooftstraat 183, 1071 BW Amsterdam.

Cost: €185. A €85 deposit will hold your place.
Registration: Jill Carabelas:

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