Dicken Bettinger really sees the spiritual nature of the principles in this workshop. He brings a new depth to how reality is created and the hopeful and positive implications of what that means to all of us in our lives. It’s a great opportunity to hear something great from a wonderful man who is walking his own path…perfectly.
This workshop is from the LivingfromWisdom series, produced by Julian Freeman
In this workshop, there are a total of 14 videos. Total video time is 6 hours and 18 minutes.
All videos have been edited to provide you with all the juicy bits and very on the point. Below is a list of the videos and the titles:
- Videos 1-4: The Quiet Mind - Explores what living from a Quiet Mind could be like
- Videos 5-7: Introducing One Principle - Uncovering where the power comes from
- Videos 8-11: Thoughts on Thought - Looks at how we ride our thoughts to the Quiet Mind underneath
- Videos 12-14: Rounding off - Dicken's stories and final comments
Dicken BettingerI have had a long career as a licensed psychologist and as an educator. My current business is 3 Principles Mentoring, which I founded to guide individuals, groups, and organizations in deepening their understanding of the Three Principles. I lead seminars around the world in the Three Principles as taught by my teacher Mr. Sydney Banks. I met Sydney Banks in 1986 and feel fortunate that, for 23 years, I was able to learn directly from him. My seminars teach the foundations behind mental well-being and point people toward their own wisdom.
In 1991, I co-founded the first Three Principles center in the Northeastern U.S. Later, I spent 16 years as a senior staff associate at Pransky and Associates where I developed and led corporate and university leadership trainings, team development, and executive coaching. I worked with individuals and couples to help them raise their levels of well-being.
I am a graduate of St. Lawrence University, received my Master's Degree from Penn State University, and my Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Boston University. My wife Coizie and I have been married for 47 years and have two children and two grandchildren. I enjoy photography, hiking, canoeing, and traveling. I am so grateful for this deep understanding that allows me to navigate life with ease and joy.