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Links

  • Center for Sustainable Change: A global organization which provides a broad range of services, primarily focused on improving the lives and mental well-being of youth and families through offering the understanding of Innate Health and the Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought.
    • Coming Home to Peace: The Center for Sustainable Change has engaged practitioners to offer and research a Principles-based program for veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and their families.
  • Website for the late Sydney Banks: This is Sydney Banks’ web-site exactly as he left it when he passed away in 2009. Check the video clips.
  • Three Principles Movies: Many video clips from many practitioners across the world who base their work on Innate Health and the Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought.
  • The Three Principles Global Community (3PGC): a non-profit organization that is committed to bringing an understanding of The Three Principles to people throughout the world.
  • Gilly Chater: Insight-Powered Breakthroughs: A New Zealand-based consulting group that works strictly from the three Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought.
  • One Thought Institute: International training, on-line and in-person, for people pursuing understanding of the Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought.
  • Pransky & Associates: Informative website by a LaConner, WA-based group that offers a wide array of services based on the work of Sydney Banks and the Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought.
  • Cypress Center for Well-Being: promotes well-being, healthy and productive relationships, and resiliency in individuals, organizations and communities through the understanding of principles explaining how we create and change our experience of life.
  • Three Principles Foundation: Organization dedicated to disseminating the profound message of the three Principles, Mind, Consciousness and Thought, through preservation of Sydney Banks’ works.
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