“Thought is the master key that opens the world of reality to all living creatures”
In the 1970’s a man named Sydney Banks brought to light a new paradigm in human psychological health, explaining three basic elements that can only be described as a universal truth behind the nature of the human experience.
These three basic elements, the Three Principles, are Mind, Consciousness and Thought. Sydney Banks realized that cultivating an understanding of these Principles and how we create our life-experience from within, can change and transform, in the most positive manner, every single person who grasps this understanding.
In working with people, we are taking an indepth look at where our experience as human beings is coming from via these three elements of Mind, Thought and Consciousness. Thought is The Missing Link between Mind, the fact of being alive, and Consciousness, our awareness of our existence through our senses and emotions. Understanding this elemental truth is the key to leading a much happier and peaceful existence, no matter what the physical circumstances happen to be.
Learning an understanding of the Principles does not consist of any techniques; there is nothing to do. Learning in this understanding consists of a very powerful and deep conversation that automatically brings us greater Clarity of Mind, Peacefulness, Compassion, Wisdom, Resourcefulness and Hope.
What we are teaching with the Principles is that there is nothing to be fixed; we consider that each and every one of us already has with us everything that we need in order to be fully happy. Our goal is to uncover and discover what is already present so that we can move forward in our lives, living each moment to the full.
Here is a short video of Sydney Banks talking about this paradigm:
This understanding is in the process of revolutionizing today’s approach to human psychology with results that, up until recently, were not imagined possible. The most notable example of this is the work of Dr. Bill Pettit, Three Principles Facilitator and Psychiatrist; you can learn more by following these two links:
Dr. Bill Pettit, Part 1
Dr. Bill Pettit, Part 2