All my training is based on the understanding of the inside out nature of our experience. Contrary to how it appears, we ‘feel’ our subjective thoughts moment to moment, we’re not actually reacting objectively to the actual circumstances or situations on the outside
I must give credit, respect and thanks to Sydney Banks who uncovered and pioneered this understanding, coining the phrase ‘Three Principles’ since the 1970’s. There are many approaches relating to the nature of thought and life experiences (neo cognitive, psychology, non duality Vedanta, Equart Tolle, ancient philosophy, basis of most religions etc) but none so simple and accessible.
This principle is uniquely without practices or people to follow. No strategies or doctrine, just understanding that you can ‘only’ intuit or ‘see’ from the experience that creates your view of the world , not actually from the intellect. This is what makes it different and increasingly attractive and popular.
There is a catastrophic misunderstanding of how our minds work which causes untold suffering and limitation. By contrast, the hugely positive implications and applications of understanding the inside out principal are far reaching and I’m hoping my blog posts will give you an insight into how this can be applied in terms of the many challenges that face both individuals and organisations. Please e-mail me if you have any questions about any posts.