Jim Lockridge has been a student of the Diamond Approach for more than 20 years, has been working with students since 2012 and an ordained Diamond Approach teacher since 2017. He has been a research scientist for the last 40 years, but his drive to understand goes back to early childhood. How do the Diamond Approach and a lifetime of research converge? When we engage in spiritual work, via the Diamond Approach, it is not a passive adventure. We are actively and sincerely inquiring into ourselves on a psychological, physical, and spiritual level to understand the truth of who we are. It is truly a research exploration into our soul, in the name of knowing ourselves more intimately, and of knowing our very nature as truth. Jim is the father of two adult daughters and grandfather of two (with a third on the way!). His passions include music, playing guitar, gardening, wilderness camping, science fiction, and helping students along the path toward greater self-awareness.
Johanna Seubert, FSPA, is a teacher of the Diamond Approach for more than 10 years and a member of the Ridhwan school for almost 30 years. She leads groups in the Midwest.