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For years I think I heard the message of the Three Principles as a version of positive thinking. If I noticed I was feeling less than top notch I would TRY to find a positive thought to put in and would often find myself getting frustrated and the spin would spiral...read more
I hope those of you who have been following the blog enjoyed the introductory overview of the Three Principles of Human Experience and want more. If you are new to the BLOG please go through the first sessions archived on the site so you know more about what we have...read more
So what now? Well this has been my foray back to teaching. I am now incorporating this understanding into my work in my community – and I am intent to point people to their innate wisdom, well-being and genius and away from their circumstances, their so called...read more
After I left corporate work I was more or less called into work with people in our community who were experiencing poverty, addiction and mental suffering. It was not a world I was familiar with or one that I understood. It was so compelling that I completely forgot...read more
SO am I saying the principles provide the solution to injustice. As I write, things have just been transpiring in Charlottesville – Am I saying that the principles can heal the wounds of racism, of poverty, of greed – of everything we see in the outside world? Well...read more
I have a coach – a teacher of this understanding that heard the principles from Syd Banks very early after Syd experienced them. He wasn’t too interested in Syd’s message and in fact, was outright hostile when Syd started talking about forgiveness and compassion for...read more
Debora coaches counseling professionals, educators, non-profit leaders and others in how to utilize the Three Principles of Innate Well-Being in their individual practices. As a master coach herself, she believes in building the next generation of coaches in the inside-out approach to a life well lived.
Wisdom appears to all human beings in the form of an insight. When an insight occurs – there is effortless change. When it remains an intellectual understanding it takes a great deal of work to change behavior or improve circumstances. The insights taught through Debora’s programs, and coaching provoke deep knowingness and automatic change. The books listed here are also a valuable resource for those to whom reading provokes that same inner knowing. Click here for Debora’s favorites.