the three-PRINCIPLES

“The belief that it takes time to find wisdom is one of the greatest fallacies on earth. Wisdom is not learned - it is unfolded from within.”

Sydney Banks

The term "Three Principles" (3P's) 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 (1931 - 2009) 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.

The good news is that these principles are here, uncovered and available for us all.  These principles explain how we all work psychologically. My focus is on sharing and exploring together with you these principles and using this as a basis to educate and coach people back to health and well-being, or help transform their live and get more out of it.

 

The word ‘principle’ refers to the basic, fundamental element of something that determines its intrinsic nature or characteristic behavior.

 

When it comes to the human experience, we can understand the foundational elements that makes up our experience in the form of these universal principles:  Mind, Consciousness and Thought. While those words mean different things to different people, the principles they point to have been observed and studied in science, philosophy, and religion throughout the ages. They are basic facts of life – formless, foundational elements which can be observed only through their implications on us and our experience.

The Principle of Mind

 

There is an intelligence and energy in us and in life.

The Principle of Consciousness

The capacity to be aware and experience life is innate in us all and our level of awareness in a moment determines the quality of our experience.

The Principle of Thought

 

We create our individual experience of reality through thought. Thought is the missing link between the formless world of pure potentiality and the physical world of form.

So what does this mean for us?

Our experience of life is created from the inside-out, 100% of the time, no exceptions.  It means that you life in the experience of the principle of though in the moment. 

 

Who you are, are the source of well-being, clarity, wisdom, peace, love, happiness and joy. We are all born with a sense of our true nature which is full of peace, clarity and wisdom but we simply get caught up and derailed by our own thinking. I share a profound yet simple understanding that helps people see how life really works and what it is to be human. Knowing this simple understanding really shifts your experience of life.

 

You become more peaceful, have a deeper understanding , habits drop away and as you reconnect to your true nature you become more resilient and have the ability to face whatever comes your way.

 

When we coach, you will shift from who you know yourself to be, and the whole world will begin to respond with you. I know this for sure because I have experienced this transformational process myself. You change from the inside out, and your life will begin to change as a result of that.

3PGC Practioner

CONTACT

Roan Theron

info@threeprinciplesaustralia.com

Three Principles Australia

Melbourne, Australia

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