What Are The Three Principles?

The Three Principles

Exploring The Three Principles with Sarie Taylor

Discovered by Sydney Banks, a Scottish-born individual, in the late 1970s, The Three Principles challenged many traditional practices of psychotherapy. However, they quickly gained popularity among therapists and psychologists worldwide.

I am incredibly grateful that The Three Principles came into my life, and now I want to share them with you!

The Three principles are: Mind, Thought, and Consciousness.

They form the foundation of everything I have taught and shared with thousands of people, helping them rediscover their inherent well-being.

The three principles are not a strategy or tool; instead, they are often described as a "description or understanding."

They attempt to describe something that is often difficult to express in words - our true essence as human beings.

We all embody these three principles - as human beings, we naturally exist as mind, thought, and consciousness in action.

Rather than being a strategy, they serve as a reminder of who you already are, even though you may sometimes lose sight of it.

For instance, when I struggled with severe anxiety, what kept me stuck was my constant resistance and refusal to accept my experience because it frightened me.

I was afraid of how I felt and the experiences I was having because I didn't understand them.

However, as I delved into the three principles, I gained a profound understanding of human nature and how it operates.

This newfound understanding helped reduce my fear, allowing me to become more comfortable with the discomfort that accompanied my experiences.

If you're interested in exploring this understanding further, you can click here to access my one-hour webinar, along with two bonus Q&A sessions. And for those ready to delve deeper, we offer The Membership, where we meet weekly as a group and invite various guest experts to share their experiences with The Three Principles. Alternatively, you can join The 8 Week Anxiety Course, which provides online modules and videos each week, along with a group coaching call every Monday.

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Are we overcomplicating mental health? 

The continuous spiral of talking about mental illness and neglecting to discuss mental health that’s within us all! 

Finding herself in a mental hospital for a month aged 22, her worst fears of going crazy had come true! Sarie truly believed she was broken for many years, and now sees that this was in part due to massively over complicating what it meant be a human being. After a long period of exploring and training as a psychotherapist, still burning out every 18 months for another ten years, Sarie finally found the answer, and now shares the surprising simplicity of it all to help others get the same relief. 

Sarie has trained as a transactional analysis psychotherapist, as well as working and training in many other therapeutic disciplines, such as NLP, CBT, DBT and hypnotherapy. Sarie is also an author, celebrity coach and therapist, working with thousands of people a year, of all ages, all over the world. Her main aim is to help them really see the simplicity and beauty behind human nature, getting out of their heads and into their lives, being able to see that the inside out nature of life really is a gift. This removes limitations and stories they may hold about themselves, and as a result finding an ease and contentment in life they often never knew was possible. 
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