If you’re interested in finding out more about the Three Principles, please read our overview here. If you’d like to dig deeper, this page contains links to a wide range of resources including books, CDs and DVDs, and online resources. You can also read a summary of the independent research Beyond Recovery has commissioned into the impact of our own Three Principles-based work with prisoners at Onley Prison.
You can also find resources produced by Beyond Recovery on this page. If you are interested in attending any of our professional development courses including our famous MindSpas (three day wellbeing and resilience retreats), you can find out more about them here and make bookings here.
Unlike other approaches there is nothing to ‘do’ or ‘get’ about the Three Principles. The ‘knowledge’ comes from within, so no one can ever teach us, we have to see it for ourselves through our own insights or realisations. Therefore, we recommend that you approach the resources from a relaxed mind: when you’re reading or listening, simply let the words wash over you and listen to any stirrings or insights that arise within you.
THREE PRINCIPLES ONLINE RESOURCES
In this section we include a wide range of online resources to help you find out more about the Three Principles approach via a number of organisations all across the world.
BEYOND RECOVERY ONLINE RESOURCES
Beyond Recovery has also been adding to the range of online resources demonstrating the application of the Three Principles in a wide range of settings. Our own expertise is working with offenders and/or those with mental health issues.
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