Articles on the Three Principles as a paradigm, to learn more about the nature of psychological life.
Sydney Banks was tenacious about the importance of insight in understanding what he was pointing to. Insight is an extremely leveraged way to learn. Because each of us is unique, what we learn through insight is custom designed to be relevant to us.
Keith and I were working with a client and after the session, an interesting phrase came to mind. I made the comment that the client was “short on insight.” We were both struck by the simplicity of the comment. It was descriptive and it brought to mind that we are all sometimes “short on insight.”
Sydney Banks taught us that there are constant principles at work in how we psychologically experience life. He taught us that thought and feeling are inseparable.
It’s really utterly simple. When we have a feeling that doesn’t look like it comes from thought (and we all…
All feelings derive and become alive, whether positive or negative, from the Power of Thought. There is a pivotal point…
During the last few months, I’ve been asked over and over again to try and explain in a deeper way how all our psychological thinking and processes is derived from what we call mind, consciousness, and thought, these basic three principles. So I’d like to try again.
We lived in California. Sydney was going to be speaking at a 5-day seminar on Salt Spring Island in Canada….
Sydney Banks forced us to take a fresh look at something we had lived with all our lives, our thinking. He showed us the value of understanding thought at a more basic and fundamental level. We began to discover the power and wisdom in realizing the fact that we think.