Principles, in any field, reduce that field to a simple, clear and true understanding. There are guiding Principles that inform our psychological experience. Whether realized or not, these Principles are always in motion. They are, and have been, creating psychological experience from the moment we were born and from the beginning of time. There is a pre-existing logic to how we work. The value of being aligned with the truth of these Principles is immeasurable. All feelings are a result of these Principles at work. These Principles point an individual towards love and understanding and peace of mind. Seeing this simple fact is essential in moving towards emotional health, stability and peace of mind.
What are the 3 Principles of Innate Health?
When I first came across the field that is now generally known as "The 3 Principles", it was known by a variety of names. In the field of social work, it was often referred to as "Health Realization"; in the field of therapy, as "Psychology of Mind". Since then, I have heard it referred to as "Innate Health", "Principles-based Psychology", and in the field of coaching as both "Clarity Coaching" and "Transformative Coaching". Each one of these seemingly separate fields have been developed on a foundation of an understanding of three spiritual principles, or fundamental universal constants:. It is the fundamental nothingness at the heart of everything - the infinite spaciousness out of which all things in the world of form come into being.
The Problem with the 3 Principles - By Michael Neill
The Three Principles understanding was sometimes referred to as Health realization previously. According to Banks' verbal accounts, as recorded at lectures, he realised the three principles while attending a marriage seminar held on Cortes Island , in British Columbia, Canada. The seminar encouraged couples to let their feelings out, be honest, and argue with one another. Discouraged with the process, Banks and his wife prepared to leave the seminar. As they were doing so, Banks became engaged in conversation with a therapist also attending the seminar. Describing himself as an insecure mess at that time, Banks began elaborating on all the ways in which he felt insecure.
What are The Three Principles? The term Three Principles refers to the innate spiritual gifts of Mind, Thought and Consciousness which every human being uses to generate their experience of life from one moment to the next. The principles provide a universal blueprint for understanding how and why life appears to be the way it is for each of us, and that understanding in itself transforms the way we experience life. Although the truth underlying these principles has been spoken of by many wise teachers throughout the ages, it was an ordinary working man named Sydney Banks - who, via an extraordinary insight into the nature of his own experience, was able to describe what he had realized in an accessible way that could be grasped by anyone. These principles operate behind the scenes of our everyday experience, and an appreciation of how they function fosters what is commonly called an 'inside-out' understanding of life. To understand life in this way is to realize that your entire experience of life is being created from within you, despite all appearances to the contrary. How is it Helpful to Learn about the Principles? The principles shine a light on our own true nature, and have enabled tens of thousands of people worldwide to free themselves from a life of insecurity, struggle, addictive and destructive behaviour patterns, relationship difficulties and a whole spectrum of psychological and emotional problems.