Realizing your inner well-being
Deep inside of us is a space where we feel most at home in ourselves.In this 8-part video workshop, you can learn how to recognize this peaceful inner space and how to live in it, and from it, more of the time. Whenever you live in this space your innate well-being will reveal itself more fully in your daily life.
This workshop is a weekend seminar led by Dr. Dicken Bettinger, internationally renowned teacher and trainer of new discoveries in the nature of the human mind and its unlimited potential. This seminar in well-being is appropriate for people of all ages and backgrounds. Well-being is everyone's birthright.
- Enjoy an ever-deepening sense of inner peace
- Go through inevitable down times more gracefully
- Access well-being regardless of your present or past circumstances
- Spend more time being fully present and engaged in life
- Listen and communicate with greater depth and comfort
- Bring more love and understanding into all of your relationships, whether with your family and friends or at work
The seminar also features guest presenter Natasha Swerdloff who has been teaching for the past 20 years, and is passionate about helping people get in touch with their own resiliency and well-being. Natasha and Dickwen are currently collaborating on writing a book with the title: Coming Home.
This seminar is relaxing, educational in style, and conducive to new insights. Dr. Bettinger will share with you the 3 fundamental principles that underlie all human experience, and he will reveal how deepening your learning of these principles effortlessly reveals a greater depth of wellbeing.
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.
Natasha SwerdloffI first came across this understanding in 2012 when a friend told me about something she called The Three Principles. I had not heard about it before, and having been interested in personal growth and integral psychology for 25 years I was a bit skeptical.
I went to my first training — everything I heard sounded so simple and I felt like I already knew what was being talked about. It intuitively made sense to me, so it felt like arriving back home to a space inside that I always knew was there but had forgotten about.
In the beginning, I was looking for the “how to,” the “3 magic steps,” or some sort of application that would make it easy for me to teach this to others.
I have been self-employed since 1996 and have delivered business trainings and executive coaching and often talk at conferences all over the world, so finding ways of getting this simple message across was of value to me.
It took a while before I realized that this understanding is insight-based, and that there are no “quick fixes” or “how-tos.” I now own The Principles Institute and provide organizational development, consulting, training, and coaching with a Three Principles-based approach.
Natasha is the co-author of the book “Coming Home” that she has written with Dr. Dicken Bettinger. The book is available on amazon.co.uk
I am based in Denmark, married to John, and enjoy spending time with friends and family, cooking, gardening, being in nature, traveling, and riding my Harley-Davidson in the summer time.