The Three Principles Paradigm Diagram Membership with Dr. Keith Blevens, Ph.D.
The 3PP Diagram Membership is an exposition of the logic and wisdom of the 3PP Diagram that allows us to insightfully make sense of our feelings and experiences.
With this new, and paradigmatic, way of understanding we are less tempted to fall for an illusion that our experiences have nothing to do with the Three Principles. Our mind is quieted through subtraction of the obsolete thinking we no longer believe in.
All feelings, whether positive or negative, derive and come alive from the power of Thought
We teach individuals and coaches about a natural paradigm of human functioning – which anyone can have insight into – that effortlessly leads to deeper levels of mental health, resilience, and insightful thinking.
It does not appear that understanding this basic, simple fact about the inseparable nature of thought and feeling could really matter, or make a difference. But in fact, it is life changing.
Check out our articles….
The Inseparable Nature of Thought and Feeling
All feelings derive and become alive, whether positive or negative, from the power of Thought. Sydney Banks There is a pivotal point in understanding thought that appears to be unimportant, but turns out to be profoundly important: we have the misperception that thought and the feeling of thought can be separated. Actually, it is impossible…
Mind, Consciousness, and Thought by Sydney Banks
“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. I’d like to try and explain how our…
Short on Insight
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.”…