The crazing of the pot, the “too big” nose, the “mistake” in the music, and the mother's anger – not imperfections but part of The Perfection. Read More »
Meditation, argues Diamond, is a natural instinct, and so the act of meditating, like that of eating, crawling, suckling etc., is simply the fulfillment of that instinct. Read More »
In John Blofeld’s worshipful book "In Search of the Goddess of Compassion," he writes on Kuan Yin, Tara, Amida – but never mentions his own mother. Read More »
It's not whether the drop of ink that fell – seemingly accidentally – on the canvas was Guided. Read More »
Dr. Diamond’s poetry contains some of his most profound and personal statements. Teeming with insight, wisdom, and compassion, and infused with a deep spirituality, each of the poems on these recordings is a gem, written with the specific intention of raising the Life Energy of the listener. Read More »
I have been asked what I have learned most from all my sessions with the great psychic medium Owen Potts.
Well, firstly that there is, in a sense, life after death. It is not we that survive, but the spirit that has been within us from conception in this particular incarnation. Not me – but the spirit within me. Read More »
A writer writes from a need to express his inner self to so benefit his readers, whereas an author writes selfishly to benefit himself through the manipulation of his readers. Most so-called writers are really authors, as are most actors, artists, and musicians, however skilled they may be. Read More »
In a brilliant, inspirational summary of his work, Diamond outlines the five steps to the liberation from the anguish of human existence. Read More »
What if the Zen master meditated holding his wife?
Would it be more difficult to go inside himself? Read More »
Every event is as Directed, as Guided, as Meant, as Intended. Read More »