One of the most fundamental misunderstandings the human race suffers from is that well-being is something that needs to be achieved. Entire industries are fed by us looking for something on the outside, rather than finding that it was always there on the inside. As long as us human beings haven't yet seen that for ourselves, every time we feel down, we will begin to look for well-being by analyzing and searching for causes to our ill-feeling and/or trying to take measures in the outside world to dissipate the ill-feeling. This will, ironically, prolong and add to the very ill-feeling we are trying to get rid of!
An ever increasing grounding in the Three Principles of Mind, Thought and Consciousness clears up this misunderstanding, once and for all, one bit at a time, one person at a time. That is why Sydney Banks with great certainty said that his discovery will change the fields of psychology and psychiatry forever. Join me in this webinar to explore why that is!
Charlotta Åström-LynchCharlotta trained as a Three Principles Facilitator with Ian Watson at the Insight Space in London and Dublin. She has been sharing the principles with individuals and groups in Finland and abroad from her very first introduction to them in 2010. She has also trained the first group of Three Principles Facilitators in Finland. She is a co-founder of 3P-akatemia and the founder of the Keep It Simple Team, a group of Finnish facilitators working in different fields, including health, business and social work.
Charlotta has taken a keen interest in well-being since her youth. She has spent most of her life looking for the easiest and most brilliant solutions to achieve physical and mental balance. This search leads her into the fields of homoeopathy, self-development and Hakomi-psychotherapy. She has worked with clients and trained other therapists for over ten years. During her entire career, her interest and primary focus has been how the client’s and therapist’s understanding of their mind ultimately determines the success of the healing process. When Charlotta came across the Three Principles in 2010, she got the simple explanation to why that is.