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Showing People the Newness of the Principles By Dr. George Pransky


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Friday, July 22, 2016

Let’s face it, most human beings don’t like “new”. They don’t mind, “it’s the same with a few differences” and they are okay with “variations on a theme”. But “new” equals resistance!

This is why it took over 20 years for computers to become mainstream after their inception, 30 years for washing one’s hands and sterilizing instruments to become standard medical practices after the discovery of germ theory, and 50 years for the British Navy to issue limes after it was discovered that citric fruits prevent scurvy. 

People that discover the principles are sometimes shocked that it’s been over 30 years since Syd Banks uncovered the principles, yet they are not mainstream. It’s not at all surprising because of people’s resistance to something new. 

 

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Insanity is an Equal Opportunities Experience - Chantal Burns


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Friday, March 7, 2014

(The definition of Sanity  = soundness and health of the human mind)

Since I started learning about the Principles, my view of mental health has changed so much. This is my attempt at sharing something I’ve realised, which has been very helpful.

Imagine that mental health is on a line or continuum. At one end is what a mental health professional might describe as healthy mental functioning where you are labelled as sane. At the other end is unhealthy mental functioning, where you’d be labelled as insane.  The questions that professionals in the field continue to grapple with is "what determines our position on that continuum?  What is it that moves us in one direction or the other and determines how long we stay in any one place?”.

If you’d have asked me those questions five years ago, I would have said genetics, past experiences, brain chemistry, life’s circumstances. But since I began seeing how thought and experience works, I realise how easily each of us moves in and out of sanity every day. We are all the same in that respect.

As Sydney Banks...

 
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Being unafraid of my own experience - Shaul Rosenblatt


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Friday, May 3, 2013

Recently I was walking in the street and found myself crying. I’d spontaneously started thinking about my late wife, Elana, and the pain of her loss had made me cry. It was a simple, pure and very meaningful experience. It seemed appropriate to me to embrace the thoughts and feelings that were coming my way, knowing that they were profound and purposeful; I simply waited to see where they would take me. I cried for a few moments, as I remembered the sense of love and respect I had for her in her lifetime and that remains with me even 12 years later. But as quickly as they had come, those painful thoughts were replaced by new thoughts of gratitude; gratitude for the 11 years I spent married to Elana; gratitude for having had such a special woman in my life; gratitude for all that she gave me. I dwelled on that gratitude for a few moments before new thoughts came along, my tears dried, and I was on my way again. The whole experience took less than a minute. But it was a rich and deeply meaningful minute for me.

One of things that I value so much in my life nowadays is my lack of fear of my own experience. I know that my experience is just fine; and even when it...

 
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