Where-the-Rubber-Meets-the Road Path

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Putting realization and wisdom to work 

The Diamond Approach Path is not a “heavenly-reward-after-death” path, a good-deeds savings account that’s accruing interest. The Diamond Approach is a “where-the-rubber-meets-the-road” path. It’s challenging. It’s not for everyone.

Two meanings for where-the-rubber-meets-the-road say it all: 

  1. the point at which a theory or idea is put to a practical test 
  1. the moment of truth 

Beautiful, isn’t it?

A path that invites you to put it to the practical test in YOUR everyday life. A path that is always oriented toward truth in the moment. 

The nature of the personality provides us with opportunity for endless angst – a feeling of deep anxiety or dread, typically an unfocused worry about the human condition or the state of the world in general. 

With the pandemic, the U. S. election, the rising tensions in Asia and the Pacific, climate change, BLM (the list goes on and on) – there is no end of opportunity for ego reactivity and distraction.  

Here again is the beauty of a where-the-rubber-meets-the-road path – it brings our realization and wisdom to where we are, not to where we were or where we will be. 

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The Diamond Approach Path is not only a treasure chest of spiritual wisdom, it’s also a bootcamp for living in time from the timeless. 

We’ve written four posts to help illustrate this: 


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