Dr. Diamond’s Books on Meditation

Two ground-breaking books: The Diamond Color Meditation and Stillpoints.
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“What Is Anguish?”


Relieving Anguish through the Diamond Color Meditation

Suffering is the universal lot of man …
All men must suffer; that is the way the gods plan human life.

—Jasper Griffinon, Homer[1]

Over my many years in clinical practice, I have increasingly come to the conclusion that all of us are suffering from a condition more basic, more fundamental, than any illness.

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“If We Know Heaven Inside Us”

If we Know Heaven inside us, then it’s easy to Know It everywhere.
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“Why I Meditate”

I don't meditate to paint, nor to photograph, nor to write, nor for Enlightenment.
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Video: The Highest Affirmation

Dr. Diamond shares the highest affirmation he has found, which consists only of vowels. He describes how both to sing it aloud, and how to use it in silent meditation, in order to raise your Life Energy.

See more videos by Dr Diamond on his YouTube channel.

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“The Two Stages to Meditation”

There are two stages to meditation: the first is finding your Soul, and the next is then helping others to find theirs.
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“Being Surrendered by Amida Buddha”

In meditation, still and active, one’s self is given over to the Higher Power, to Amida Buddha, to the Great Spirit.
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“Living in the Moment”

Many years ago I was in Osaka walking through a crowded and bustling underground multi-level shopping complex at the central railway station. My Japanese friend pointed to a little juice bar with tables set out in the middle of the mall. He said, “I have to do something by myself. Why don’t you have a juice and relax?

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“Creativity as Aspiration through Meditation”

What unconscious does the artist bring into conscious expression?

The superficial – with always some hate, often more than the love,
or the Deep Unconscious of Pure, Pure Love?

In a sense, it all depends on meditation. Did he, does he, meditate? And what Guidance does he receive from it?

It does not have to be meditation in the more formal sense, only some means of surrendering himself to Inspiration.

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“We All Are the Golden Buddha”

“The Buddha of the deeper Buddhism is not Gautama … but simply the divine in man. Chrysalides of the infinite we all are: each contains a ghostly Buddha, and the millions are but one.”

— Lafcadio Hearn[1] 

Our word chrysalis originally referred to the gold-colored pupa of a butterfly, from the Greek khrusos, gold.

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