At 3 Principles Ed. Talks, we know that sharing these three simple principles invigorates an individual's innate health comprising: resilience, insight, wellbeing and natural mindfulness. This knowledge impacts students, teachers, and parents alike. If you are an educator interested in student success, please read on.
For 25+ years I have been in service at the primary, intermediate and secondary levels in the Canadian K-12 education system as: Classroom Teacher, Learning Services Teacher in Special Education and Teacher-Leader of School-based Teams.
Throughout this varied experience in the education system, I have benefitted from an understanding I encountered when I was 21 years old and a university "pre-service" teacher. At that time, I was introduced, by Salt Spring author and speaker Sydney Banks, to a “new,” yet timeless, knowledge of what today is called the Three Principles of Universal Mind, Consciousness, and Thought. Even a first glimmer of this knowledge had the power to transform my life across the board. It impacted my teaching and learning capabilities, and also deepened the level of happiness and peace of mind in my personal life.
These Three Principles explain human behavior and are just as fascinating to me today. My level of understanding via Thought and a deeper level of Consciousness has created a new reality for me again and again. This is clearly lifelong learning.
I had the extraordinary privilege of Syd Banks mentoring me during most of my teaching career. In 2008, he granted me a Certificate of Competency to teach the Three Principles. The profound transformations in students and adults that I have witnessed over these many years assure me this is my most effective way of helping teachers and thereby helping students (while at the same time knowing we can only change ourselves!)
As children and youth realize their birthright to access innate health which comprises: wisdom, resilience, insight, wellbeing and natural mindfulness; this knowing creates a healthy direction for their lives.
At 3 Principles Ed. Talks, we know that sharing these three simple principles invigorates an individual's innate health comprising: wisdom, resilience, insight, wellbeing and natural mindfulness.