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Parenting Series:

  • Jan 11. Partnering with Gd in assisting souls on a journey

  • Jan 25. Levels of understanding - children on a learning curv

  • Mar 1. Expectations vs Vision

  • Mar 15. Listening to the feeling - listening with a present mind

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Relationships Series

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about Expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feelings

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the fight.

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Teen Series

  • May 3. How do we live with and understand moods so they don’t take over our lives?

  • May 17. What I know today about thought and feeling that I wish I would have known when I was 16.

  • Jun 7. Knowing to listen and recognise common sense and wisdom

  • Jun 21. Living less with anxiety, stress and worry and more in content and happiness

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Missing Link Series

  • April 4th

  • July 11th

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Dr. Dicken Bettinger
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Dicken Bettinger, Ed.D., received his doctorate in counselling psychology and has worked during his career as a licensed clinical psychologist. Dicken’s entire career has focused on psychological well-being. In 1986 he met Sydney Banks, who shared a profound new understanding of the human mind called the Three Principles that unifies our connection to a deeper intelligence called wisdom and our psychological nature. While living in Vermont, Dicken co-founded one of the first Three Principles training, counselling, and education centres.

 

Later Dicken served as a senior staff at Pransky and Associates in La Conner, Washington for 16 years, where he developed and led corporate and university leadership trainings, team development, and executive coaching. In 2012 Dicken founded his private practice, 3 Principles Mentoring. He offers 4-day immersion retreats for individuals; practitioner development; and advanced training programs. He enjoys leading group seminars in the US and Europe. Dicken is the co-author of a book on the Three Principles called Coming Home: Uncovering the Foundations of Psychological Well-being.

 

Dicken has been happily married for 52 years. He has two adult children and four adored grandchildren. He enjoys photography, hiking, canoeing, and exploring new places, especially in nature.

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Parenting Series:

  • Mar 8. Seeing the health and the True Nature in our children

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Teens Series:

  • June 28. You are what you seek

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Missing Link Series:

  • Dec 13. Mind and Consciousness.

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When I'm speaking

Parenting Series:

  • Jan 11. Partnering with Gd in assisting souls on a journey

  • Jan 25. Levels of understanding - children on a learning curv

  • Mar 1. Expectations vs Vision

  • Mar 15. Listening to the feeling - listening with a present mind

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Relationships Series

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about Expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feelings

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the fight.

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Teen Series

  • May 3. How do we live with and understand moods so they don’t take over our lives?

  • May 17. What I know today about thought and feeling that I wish I would have known when I was 16.

  • Jun 7. Knowing to listen and recognise common sense and wisdom

  • Jun 21. Living less with anxiety, stress and worry and more in content and happiness

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Missing Link Series

  • April 4th

  • July 11th

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Cathy Casey
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Catherine has been teaching 3 Principles Programs to a wide range of people in many different environments throughout the world for the past 25 years.

 

Catherine has implemented a Principle Based Resiliency Program in the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, and a Principles Program in Santa Clara County Corrections Facilities for both adults and juveniles, San Jose, California. She has conducted trainings in the UK, Spain, Belgium, Israel, Finland, Norway and Russia.

 

Persons wanting to advance their consulting/coaching careers also seek her out for her mentoring services. Many of the environments that Catherine has consulted in include: Fortune 500 Corporations, i.e.: Dow Chemical, BAE Defense Systems, Chlorox, and Boston Scientific. Medical Centers, State and County Government organizations, Adult and Juvenile Criminal Justice Systems (including San Quentin Prison), Law Enforcement, Educational Institutions (Elementary through College), Psychiatric Residential Facilities, and Addiction Treatment Programs, and Social Services Agencies.

Catherine’s passion and vision are to reignite the resiliency and wisdom in all persons in any environment through the understanding of the 3 Principles. She currently lives in San Jose, California.

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Parenting Series:

  • Feb 1. Children and Nature of Thought and Feeling.

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Missing Link Series

  • Jun 13. Feelings.

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Parenting Series:

  • Jan 11. Partnering with Gd in assisting souls on a journey

  • Jan 25. Levels of understanding - children on a learning curv

  • Mar 1. Expectations vs Vision

  • Mar 15. Listening to the feeling - listening with a present mind

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Relationships Series

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about Expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feelings

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the fight.

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Teen Series

  • May 3. How do we live with and understand moods so they don’t take over our lives?

  • May 17. What I know today about thought and feeling that I wish I would have known when I was 16.

  • Jun 7. Knowing to listen and recognise common sense and wisdom

  • Jun 21. Living less with anxiety, stress and worry and more in content and happiness

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Missing Link Series

  • April 4th

  • July 11th

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Jan and Chip Chipman
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Chip and Jan had the honor of being mentored by Sydney Banks from 1975 until 2009. From 1994 to 2004 they conducted retreats with him in Europe and North America. His guidance during these events about sharing in as deep and simple a manner as possible, guides their work to this day. Over the years, Chip and Jan have created and conducted extensive programs in corporate, not for profit, educational, community and correctional settings, including a state prison, county jails and residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers. They currently share their understanding though speaking engagements, retreats and webinars worldwide. From their base on Salt Spring Island, they offer one on one Skype sessions as well as retreats for individuals, couples, and groups. The books and recordings of Sydney Banks are fundamental to all their work, helping countless people find happiness and understanding after being touched by those original materials. Chip is President of the Three Principles Foundation, and in 2008, co-founded the Three Principles School on Salt Spring Island, dedicated to sharing the simplicity and purity of the Three Principles, “As discovered and taught by Sydney Banks”.

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Relationships Series:

  • Dec14. Keeping the feeling of love

Missing Link Series:

  • May 9. Living in the now. (Speaker - Chip Chipman)

  • Jul 11. Love and forgiveness. (Speaker - Jan Chipman)

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Parenting Series:

  • Jan 11. Partnering with Gd in assisting souls on a journey

  • Jan 25. Levels of understanding - children on a learning curv

  • Mar 1. Expectations vs Vision

  • Mar 15. Listening to the feeling - listening with a present mind

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Relationships Series

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about Expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feelings

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the fight.

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Teen Series

  • May 3. How do we live with and understand moods so they don’t take over our lives?

  • May 17. What I know today about thought and feeling that I wish I would have known when I was 16.

  • Jun 7. Knowing to listen and recognise common sense and wisdom

  • Jun 21. Living less with anxiety, stress and worry and more in content and happiness

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Missing Link Series

  • April 4th

  • July 11th

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Christine Heath
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Christine J. Heath, MS, LMFT, MAC, CSAC, has over 40 years of experience providing Three Principles based therapy, supervision, and training.  She is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Master Addictions Counselor, and is Hawaii-certified as a substance abuse counsellor. 

 

Ms. Heath, an AAMFT Approved Supervisor, has created training programs for marriage and family therapy graduate students and professionals who are working toward licensure.

 

Ms. Heath has been the founder and Executive Director of the Hawaii Counseling and Education Center since 1985. Prior to moving to Hawaii, she developed and directed two other outpatient clinics in Minnesota. The Minneapolis Institute of Mental Health was one of the first clinics based on the Three Principles in the world. 

 

Ms. Heath is the co-author of “The Secret of Love, Unlock the Mystery, Unleash the Magic” and she has a podcast with Judy Sedgeman called Psychology Has it Backwards.

 

Ms. Heath was a first-generation student of Sydney Banks and continues to preserve and share his work by volunteering for the 3PGC Board of Directors since its’ inception in 2010. She also continues to provide international training, consultation and love to anyone who wants to awaken to the power of the understanding that he uncovered.

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Relationships Series:

  • Oct 26. Awakening to the feeling of love in yourself to fix your relationship struggles

Missing Link Series:

  • Oct 11. The Theosopher.

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Parenting Series:

  • Jan 11. Partnering with Gd in assisting souls on a journey

  • Jan 25. Levels of understanding - children on a learning curv

  • Mar 1. Expectations vs Vision

  • Mar 15. Listening to the feeling - listening with a present mind

Find out more

Relationships Series

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about Expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feelings

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the fight.

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Teen Series

  • May 3. How do we live with and understand moods so they don’t take over our lives?

  • May 17. What I know today about thought and feeling that I wish I would have known when I was 16.

  • Jun 7. Knowing to listen and recognise common sense and wisdom

  • Jun 21. Living less with anxiety, stress and worry and more in content and happiness

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Missing Link Series

  • April 4th

  • July 11th

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Dr. Mark Howard
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Dr Mark Howard is a Mentor and Coach who first brought the Three Principles into the mental health field. Mark is one of the original professionals who studied with Sydney Banks. Since 1982, Dr Howard has been teaching clients, families, business professionals, mental health practitioners and coaches about these principles. He has developed a trainer of trainer program in both the US and the UK. Dr Howard has now dedicated himself to mentor and coach anyone who would like to share the principles with impact and love.

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Relationships Series:

  • Nov 30. Forgiveness

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Missing Link Series:

  • ​Nov 15. The Three Principles.

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Parenting Series:

  • Jan 11. Partnering with Gd in assisting souls on a journey

  • Jan 25. Levels of understanding - children on a learning curv

  • Mar 1. Expectations vs Vision

  • Mar 15. Listening to the feeling - listening with a present mind

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Relationships Series

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about Expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feelings

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the fight.

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Teen Series

  • May 3. How do we live with and understand moods so they don’t take over our lives?

  • May 17. What I know today about thought and feeling that I wish I would have known when I was 16.

  • Jun 7. Knowing to listen and recognise common sense and wisdom

  • Jun 21. Living less with anxiety, stress and worry and more in content and happiness

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Missing Link Series

  • April 4th

  • July 11th

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Rachel Langur
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Rachel Langer is a professional coach working with individuals, couples, corporate executives and teams.  She guides her clients to practical solutions and new understandings so they can move more easily and joyfully through life.  She works with clients from around the world from her home in Los Angeles, where she lives with her husband and daughter.

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Parenting Series:

  • Feb 22. Seeing more of what is... and less of what isn’t...

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When I'm speaking

Parenting Series:

  • Jan 11. Partnering with Gd in assisting souls on a journey

  • Jan 25. Levels of understanding - children on a learning curv

  • Mar 1. Expectations vs Vision

  • Mar 15. Listening to the feeling - listening with a present mind

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Relationships Series

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about Expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feelings

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the fight.

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Teen Series

  • May 3. How do we live with and understand moods so they don’t take over our lives?

  • May 17. What I know today about thought and feeling that I wish I would have known when I was 16.

  • Jun 7. Knowing to listen and recognise common sense and wisdom

  • Jun 21. Living less with anxiety, stress and worry and more in content and happiness

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Missing Link Series

  • April 4th

  • July 11th

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Dr. Bill Pettit
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William F. Pettit Jr., M.D., is co-owner with his wife, Dr. Linda Pettit of 3 Principles Intervention, LLC. Dr. Pettit presented the Three Universal Principles of Mind, Consciousness and, Thought as the essence of his psychiatric practice from 1983 until his retirement from clinical psychiatry in 2019. Since then, Dr. Pettit has been serving individuals, groups and organizations, nationally and internationally as a Three Principles-based Mental Health Educator. 

 

Dr. Pettit is a graduate of Creighton University, Omaha, NE and the University of Illinois College of Medicine, Chicago, IL. After graduating from Medical school in 1969, he completed two years of General Surgery residency at Rush – Presbyterian St. Luke Hospital in Chicago IL. He was drafted into the U.S. Navy and after completing the six-month course at the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute in Pensacola FL., he served for two and one-half years as a general physician for Navy squadron personnel.

 

Dr. Pettit continued to serve the U.S. Navy for six additional years. During the first three, he completed a Psychiatry residency at the Philadelphia Naval Regional Medical Center in Philadelphia, PA and Portsmouth Naval Regional Medical Center in Portsmouth VA. Upon completion of his residency training, he served three years as Chief of Psychiatry at the U.S. Navy Nuclear Submarine Base at Groton CT.

 

Dr. Pettit is certified for life by The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in General Psychiatry, and was previously certified in Adolescent Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry and Psychosomatic Medicine. Dr. Pettit was twice certified in Addiction Medicine by the American Society of Addiction Medicine.

 

From 1998 to 2002 Dr. Pettit served as Consultant to the Chancellor of the Medical Center and Vice President of West Virginia University. From 2002 until August, 2011 Dr. Pettit was a fulltime faculty member at West Virginia University School of Medicine where he attained Associate Professor status while serving as Medical Director of The Sydney Banks Institute, and as teaching faculty on The Consultation – Liaison Service. Formerly Dr. Pettit has held appointments as Adjunct Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Michigan State University Osteopathic School of Medicine, Adjunct Professor at Sienna Heights University, and Adjunct Clinical Professor at Des Moines University Osteopathic School of Medicine.

 

Dr. Pettit has won awards throughout his career including the Dr. Will F. Lyon Award presented by the Division of Surgery at Presbyterian St. Luke’s Hospital, Chicago, IL, for performance of duties as an intern which “best exemplified the high devotion and dedicated service which characterized Dr. Lyon’s professional career.”

 

Upon completion of his U.S. Navy Flight Surgeon training, Dr. Pettit was presented with The Navy Surgeon General’s Award in Recognition of “demonstrated excellence in leadership, cooperation, flight aptitude, and scholastic achievement” during the course in Aerospace Medicine at the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute, Pensacola, FL.

 

Dr. Pettit was also awarded the Outstanding Health Care Professional Award given by the Mayor’s Committee of People with Disabilities, Aberdeen, SD.

 

Since 2017, Dr. Pettit has held an appointment as Adjunct Clinical Professor at Creighton University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. He presently serves the School of Medicine as a member of the subcommittee of Diversity and Inclusion, as a mentor to a third-year medical student, and as an interviewer for applicants for admission to the medical school.

 

Dr. Pettit is a recognized educator in the Three Principles Understanding, and has presented at many national and international conferences and consulted to numerous clients and organizations.

 

Dr. Pettit is a co-author on two Three Principle-based articles recently published in peer-reviewed psychiatric journals. In the past year, Dr. Pettit created and produced two, 24-hour courses that are now available for purchase online under the series title of Never Broken, Nothing Lacking; One Cause: One Cure:

  1. Exploring the mind brain-body behaviour connection – understanding universal principles changes everything.

  2. Defining, recognizing, and awakening mental health and well being: Seeing universal principles brings fresh hope.

In addition, Dr. Pettit recently engaged three former soldiers and a long-time colleague to create with him a free online program to awaken hope and a return to mental wellbeing to those diagnosed with PTSD. All of his programs, sessions and courses are available at thedrspettit.com. Since June, 2017 Dr. Pettit has enjoyed living in Phoenix Arizona.

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Teens Series:

  • May 10. The nature of thought - mind and body connection

  • May 24. My guide inside - Mind

  • June 14. Never broken - Nothing lacking - is that true?

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Missing Link Series:

  • ​Sep 13. Introduction & The Missing Link

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Parenting Series:

  • Jan 11. Partnering with Gd in assisting souls on a journey

  • Jan 25. Levels of understanding - children on a learning curv

  • Mar 1. Expectations vs Vision

  • Mar 15. Listening to the feeling - listening with a present mind

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Relationships Series

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about Expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feelings

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the fight.

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Teen Series

  • May 3. How do we live with and understand moods so they don’t take over our lives?

  • May 17. What I know today about thought and feeling that I wish I would have known when I was 16.

  • Jun 7. Knowing to listen and recognise common sense and wisdom

  • Jun 21. Living less with anxiety, stress and worry and more in content and happiness

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Missing Link Series

  • April 4th

  • July 11th

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Dr. George Pransky
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Dr. George Pransky is one of the two professional founders of the understanding of The Principles of Mind, Thought and Consciousness. He has taught the Principles for over thirty years to individuals, couples, businesses and colleagues. Dr. Pransky is the author of The Relationship Handbook and over fifty audio recordings. During his career, he has served on the faculty of three graduate universities and continues to pioneer this understanding in new industries. Currently, he is a partner at Pransky and Associates and on the executive committee of the Three Principles Global Community.

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Relationships Series:

  • Nov 16. What you need to know to know about having a an enjoyable and loving relationship

Missing Link Series:

  • Feb 7. The Duality of Life.

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Parenting Series:

  • Jan 11. Partnering with Gd in assisting souls on a journey

  • Jan 25. Levels of understanding - children on a learning curv

  • Mar 1. Expectations vs Vision

  • Mar 15. Listening to the feeling - listening with a present mind

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Relationships Series

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about Expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feelings

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the fight.

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Teen Series

  • May 3. How do we live with and understand moods so they don’t take over our lives?

  • May 17. What I know today about thought and feeling that I wish I would have known when I was 16.

  • Jun 7. Knowing to listen and recognise common sense and wisdom

  • Jun 21. Living less with anxiety, stress and worry and more in content and happiness

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Missing Link Series

  • April 4th

  • July 11th

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Linda Pransky
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Linda Pransky went to graduate school at The University of Washington in 1975. She specialized in psycho-social nursing, because she had an interest in learning how people change. She learned techniques and approaches to helping people, but nothing seemed long lasting and beneficial. When she met Sydney Banks in 1976 she saw a way for people to really change. Her vision became one of helping people seek real and long lasting change. Linda is currently on the executive committee of the Three Principles Global Community, recent faculty member for the One Thought Institute and Partner at Pransky and Associates.

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Relationships Series:

  • Nov 16. What you need to know to know about having an enjoyable and loving relationship

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Missing Link Series:

  • Jan 10. Thought.

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Parenting Series:

  • Jan 11. Partnering with Gd in assisting souls on a journey

  • Jan 25. Levels of understanding - children on a learning curv

  • Mar 1. Expectations vs Vision

  • Mar 15. Listening to the feeling - listening with a present mind

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Relationships Series

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about Expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feelings

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the fight.

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Teen Series

  • May 3. How do we live with and understand moods so they don’t take over our lives?

  • May 17. What I know today about thought and feeling that I wish I would have known when I was 16.

  • Jun 7. Knowing to listen and recognise common sense and wisdom

  • Jun 21. Living less with anxiety, stress and worry and more in content and happiness

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Missing Link Series

  • April 4th

  • July 11th

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Chana Rosenblatt
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Chana is originally from Israel and moved to the UK in 2001 when she married her husband Shaul. Together they are blessed with eight beautiful children and five grandchildren.

 

Chana has been working and sharing the Three Principles for close to a decade. Chana originally trained in family counselling before coming across the Three Principles in 2011. Seeing this approach as revolutionary, she turned her focus in this direction completely. She graduated from the One Thought Professional Institute in 2012 and was a faculty member from 2013 – 2019. Chana has been mentored by many of Sydney Banks’s students, including Dr George and Linda Pransky and Elsie Spittle.

Currently, Chana is the Director of CR Practice. Since 2012, CR Practice has shared the Three Principles understanding with packages specifically designed for different sectors of the community including youth, students, educators, individuals, couples, parents and families.

Chana has also developed and facilitated an eighteen-month Training Programme for the Rabbinic Training Academy in London and is the Wellbeing Director of Better World Charity. She is also the Director of the CR Practice Wellbeing Clinic where she mentors and develops new practitioners who are looking for a deeper understanding and more experience in sharing the Three Principles.

Chana is a regular presenter at seminars around the world and speaks annually at the 3PUK conference in London.

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Parenting Series:

  • Jan 11. Partnering with Gd in assisting souls on a journey

  • Jan 25. Levels of understanding - children on a learning curv

  • Mar 1. Expectations vs Vision

  • Mar 15. Listening to the feeling - listening with a present mind

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Relationships Series

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about Expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feelings

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the fight.

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Teen Series:

  • May 3. How do we live with and understand moods so they don’t take over our lives?

  • May 17. What I know today about thought and feeling that I wish I would have known when I was 16.

  • Jun 7. Knowing to listen and recognise common sense and wisdom

  • Jun 21. Living less with anxiety, stress and worry and more in content and happiness

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Missing Link Series:

  • April 4th

  • July 11th

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When I'm speaking

Parenting Series:

  • Jan 11. Partnering with Gd in assisting souls on a journey

  • Jan 25. Levels of understanding - children on a learning curv

  • Mar 1. Expectations vs Vision

  • Mar 15. Listening to the feeling - listening with a present mind

Find out more

Relationships Series

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about Expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feelings

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the fight.

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Teen Series

  • May 3. How do we live with and understand moods so they don’t take over our lives?

  • May 17. What I know today about thought and feeling that I wish I would have known when I was 16.

  • Jun 7. Knowing to listen and recognise common sense and wisdom

  • Jun 21. Living less with anxiety, stress and worry and more in content and happiness

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Missing Link Series

  • April 4th

  • July 11th

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Shaul Rosenblatt
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Shaul grew up in Liverpool and still supports the best team in football. Shaul founded Aish UK in 1993 and Tikun in 2006. He is known for his dry wit and engaging talks. He enjoys most things in life, believes in a world of wisdom, spiritual growth, love of humanity and a commitment to building a better world. Being a Rabbi with plentiful experience as a spiritual mentor and counsellor of mental and emotional wellbeing, Shaul’s understanding of the human experience – coupled with his unique sense of humour – makes for a hub of wisdom and insight. Shaul and his lovely wife Chana reside with their 8 beautiful children in London, UK.

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Parenting Series:

  • Feb 8. Loss, Grief and Resilience in children

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Relationships Series:

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feeling

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the flight

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Missing Link Series:

  • Apr 4. Selecting a teacher.

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Parenting Series:

  • Jan 11. Partnering with Gd in assisting souls on a journey

  • Jan 25. Levels of understanding - children on a learning curv

  • Mar 1. Expectations vs Vision

  • Mar 15. Listening to the feeling - listening with a present mind

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Relationships Series

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about Expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feelings

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the fight.

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Teen Series

  • May 3. How do we live with and understand moods so they don’t take over our lives?

  • May 17. What I know today about thought and feeling that I wish I would have known when I was 16.

  • Jun 7. Knowing to listen and recognise common sense and wisdom

  • Jun 21. Living less with anxiety, stress and worry and more in content and happiness

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Missing Link Series

  • April 4th

  • July 11th

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Angus and Rohini Ross
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Angus and Rohini Ross are “The Rewilders”. Listen to their podcast Rewilding Love.  They believe too many good relationships fall apart because couples give up, thinking their relationship problems can’t be solved. Many couples don’t know how to navigate low moods, conflict, and emotional reactivity. In this season of the Rewilding Love Podcast, Rohini and Angus help a couple on the brink of divorce due to conflict. Angus and Rohini are relationship guides. Rohini is also a licensed therapist. They love working with couples and helping them to reduce conflict and discord in their relationships by pointing them to their innate wisdom and wellbeing. They work with couples who are struggling and couples who would like to deepen the love and intimacy they already have. They co-facilitate private couples' intensives that rewild relationships back to their natural state of love. They are co-founders of The 29-Day Rewilding Experience, The Rewilding Community, and the Rewilding Guide Practitioner Training. To learn more about their work visit: TheRewilders.org.

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Relationships Series:

  • Oct 12. Understanding moods in relationships

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Parenting Series:

  • Jan 11. Partnering with Gd in assisting souls on a journey

  • Jan 25. Levels of understanding - children on a learning curv

  • Mar 1. Expectations vs Vision

  • Mar 15. Listening to the feeling - listening with a present mind

Find out more

Relationships Series

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about Expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feelings

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the fight.

Find out more

Teen Series

  • May 3. How do we live with and understand moods so they don’t take over our lives?

  • May 17. What I know today about thought and feeling that I wish I would have known when I was 16.

  • Jun 7. Knowing to listen and recognise common sense and wisdom

  • Jun 21. Living less with anxiety, stress and worry and more in content and happiness

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Missing Link Series

  • April 4th

  • July 11th

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Dr. Judy Sedgeman
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Parenting Series:

  • January 18. Bringing the Joy back to parenting.

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Missing Link Series:

  • Mar 14. Seeking Enlightenment.

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Parenting Series:

  • Jan 11. Partnering with Gd in assisting souls on a journey

  • Jan 25. Levels of understanding - children on a learning curv

  • Mar 1. Expectations vs Vision

  • Mar 15. Listening to the feeling - listening with a present mind

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Relationships Series

  • Oct 5. What I give v.s What I take - a fresh and new outlook at relationships

  • Oct 19. Separate realities

  • Nov 2. What we know about Expectations

  • Nov 23. Listening to the feelings

  • Dec 7. Win the relationship not the fight.

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Teen Series

  • May 3. How do we live with and understand moods so they don’t take over our lives?

  • May 17. What I know today about thought and feeling that I wish I would have known when I was 16.

  • Jun 7. Knowing to listen and recognise common sense and wisdom

  • Jun 21. Living less with anxiety, stress and worry and more in content and happiness

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Missing Link Series

  • April 4th

  • July 11th

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Elsie Spittle
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Elsie Spittle has been an internationally recognized trainer and consultant for over four decades. She is in the unique position of having known Sydney Banks, originator of the Three Principles before he had his epiphany. She witnessed the extraordinary change that occurred in him and the unprecedented impact his work had on thousands of people, and how this has brought about a new paradigm in the fields of psychology and psychiatry.

 

Elsie had the privilege of receiving “on the job” training directly from Mr. Banks, travelling with him to address mental health practitioners, educators, and others seeking a deeper understanding of life. She is considered the first formal teacher of the Principles, after Sydney Banks.

 

She is highly regarded as a public speaker and in her ability to reach the audience, large and small, via a “feeling” that touches the heart and soul. She is sought after for mentoring practitioners. Elsie is co-founder of the Three Principles School, based on Salt Spring Island, BC and is the author of 7 books; the latest is Mentored by Mind, 2021. www.3phd.net.

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Parenting Series:

  • March 22. Recognising and getting more interesting in our inner wisdom

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Missing Line Series:

  • Jul 25. Wisdom.

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