Netherlands : The Way of the Elder.

February 7-9, 2014.
A Fund-raising Event for DIAMOND APPROACH NORTH SEA (DANS 1 & 2) STUDENTS’ FUND

As we grow old, some of us are relatively untouched by our years of experience; others mature. Like fruit on wild trees—some is hard and bitter; much is small; and some ripens into radiant fullness. The question we can take up, if we choose, is this: How do we engage with our experience so that it transforms and ripens us?

A Fund-raising Event for
DIAMOND APPROACH NORTH SEA (DANS 1 & 2) STUDENTS’ FUND

Timeframe: Friday 18.00 hours – Sunday 16.30 Participant fee € 250,– including coffee, tea, lunches and diners. Optional 2 night lodging (+breakfast) € 80,–.
Inquiries and reservations: henkeggink@casema.nl

February 7-9, 2014
Sherry AndersonNoordwijk aan Zee, the Netherlands
A workshop and seminar: 
THE WAY OF THE ELDER:
INQUIRIES INTO WISDOM AND LOVE
with Sherry Ruth Anderson, author of
Ripening Time: Inside Stories for Aging

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  1. Dear Sirs and Madams, I would kindly ask you to give me some information about the workshop and seminar with Sherry Ruth Anderson in the Netherlands in 2014. I would like to visit this workshop, but unfortunately do not know if I am allowed to.The DIAMOND APPROACH came to me a short time ago and I’m reading every book I can get and watch all interviews with Mr. Almaas on the youtube channel to get more involved. I live in Germany near the frontier to the Netherlands so this workshop would be a great chance for me to get more knowledge and to be together with people who can bring me closer to it.

    It would be great if you give me more details and contact me, if possible. Thank you very much in advance for your help.

    Best Regards
    Anne Schneider, Münster – Germany

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