THREE PRINCIPLES BOOKS
Sydney Banks is the founder of the Three Principles approach. The links below direct you to the UK Amazon site. Sydney Banks’ material is also available direct from the Sydney Banks website.
Missing Link, The: Reflections on Philosophy and Spirit by Sydney Banks
This book illuminates and creates an appreciation for the mystical link between the psychological and spiritual nature of life. It reveals a simplicity beneath the complex workings of the mind and the principles behind the creation of our life experience.
Enlightened Gardener, revisited by Sydney Banks
In this book, author and philosopher Sydney Banks once again brings to life his wise and simple gardener as a voice through which Banks presents more implications of the Three Principles that create human reality.
Dear Liza by Sydney Banks
In this book, written by author and philosopher Sydney Banks in his 70s, is another provocative, fictionalised work which further explores the potential and applications of the Three Principles of human reality.
Second Chance by Sydney Banks
In this book, author and philosopher Sydney Banks recounts the inspiring philosophical journey of a man who goes to Hawaii to recover from the shock of his wife’s death, and who finds the mystical Mama Lila, who helps him begin the journey to inner peace.
Somebody Should Have Told Us!: Simple Truths for Living Well by Jack Pransky
In this book, Jack Pransky asks what if peace of mind, beautiful feelings, little or no stress, wonderful, healthy relationships and greater effectiveness, were right at your fingertips, and you held the key but didn’t realize it or didn’t know how to use it?
The Relationship Handbook: A simple guide to satisfying relationships by George Pransky
Unlike most relationship counselors, Dr. Pransky doesn’t recommend “working” on a relationship. In this book he challenges everything you thought you knew about how to be happy with your partner. Each chapter exposes a popular, but destructive, misconception about relationships and provides a new understanding that can give troubled couples the fresh start they need.
THREE PRINCIPLES CD/DVDs
Sydney Banks is the founder of the Three Principles approach. Check out the links below to watch or hear him explain his philosophy.
Lectures by Sydney Banks
These four lectures by Sydney Banks are the ones that Jacqueline Hollows always recommends to people who are new to the Three Principles and want to get to grips with the key messages.
Hawaii Lectures by Sydney Banks
This series of four lectures delivered in Oahu in 2001 carries the philosopher’s central mesage: “if you can find the true nature of Mind, Consciousness and Thought, you’ll free yourself for the rest of your life.”
The Long Beach lectures by Sydney Banks
In this series of lectures, Sydney Banks’ reflect on spiritual and psychological aspects of the Three Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought, and their practical applications in everyday life.
One thought away by Sydney Banks
This audio recording captures Sydney Banks in full flight as he talks to a receptive audience of ex-offenders, urging them to discard negative thoughts and start a new life in positivity…”we are all just one thought away from mental health”.
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