As a principle based coach, I like to think of my job as teasing out of my clients their own subconscious knowledge of the skills they need to address the challenge that is facing them in the moment.  As a result of this approach, you will discover that I ask more questions than I give answers. I am curious as to who you are. By your being curious as to who you are, insightful answers will emerge and at first, you will be astonished as to where they came from. But you will soon experience the euphoric sense of having re-discovered a wisdom that heretofore, nobody has encouraged you to honor.

Whether it be about a relationship you want to improve, a job situation that is less than satisfactory, a weight management issue you are struggling with, or how to be a better parent ... the wisdom to know what to do is already within you.  

You may believe that you are responsible for what you do, but not for what you think. The truth is, you are responsible for what you think because it is only at this level that you can exercise individual choice.

What you do comes from what you think. Nothing but your own thoughts can hamper your own progress. Consider that every thought you have makes up the world as you perceive it. If you want to see your life, the world, your relationships differently, you need to examine your own thoughts about them.

Challenging?  Yes
Worth the effort?  Absolutely!     

 

The Three Principles

Would you like to learn more about The Three Principles and how they might help improve your life experience?
>> Visit the the Sydney Banks website for more information. 

 

You Tube Video Talks

A Quiet Mind - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBozKxHbFMo

It is your own thoughts that get you into trouble . . . It is your own thoughts that get you out of trouble.  Watch this video below to hear the enlightened wisdom of Sydney Banks.

 

 

What Are The Three Principles? - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-C--XAlUhK0

 

 

Letter to Oprah Winfrey - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tfLhw5Cu4o

 

 

 

 

 

To attempt to change the world before we change our concept of ourselves is to struggle against the nature of things. There can be no outer change until there is first an inner change. 

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