Rudi and Jenny discuss how the Principles transformed their marriage for the better.
Jenny KennardI attended my first course in 2005 and had a life changing insight that allowed me to move beyond, shyness, depression and eating disorders. This led me to attend the first ʻtrainer of trainersʼ principle-based course in the U.K. with the late Dr Roger Mills and Sydney Banks.
My husband Rudi and I created www.threeprinciplesmovies.com in an attempt to get the understanding more widely known and this has taken us all over the world filming the impact and results of what happens when people understand the nature of how life works – individuals and communities work a lot better!
I have completed a two month internship with Pransky and Associates, training on Salt Spring Island Canada, and a three month internship with a principle-based government division in California, getting experience talking to populations from the homeless to prison inmates! I have had the honour of presenting the principles at international conferences, on radio and TV, and have given trainings in a dozen countries.
We recently volunteered for a month sharing the principles to earthquake survivors in Nepal. This has completely changed the way I share the three principles, and has truly shown me the power and truth that they offer. I enjoy working with groups, individuals and people wishing to facilitate to others.
Rudi KennardI originally attained a BSc (Hons.) in sports science then went on to train as a mind technology coach and meditation teacher, qualifying in teaching approaches including NLP, hypnosis, EFT, Reiki, mindfulness meditation and Chi Gung. Then in 2004 I attended a talk that led me to sign up for the first ʻtrainer of trainersʼ course in the three principles in Europe with the late Dr Roger Mills, then with Sydney Banks.
Inspired by the principles, my wife Jenny and I spent two years voluntarily working to create the www.threeprinciplesmovies.com web site.
In addition to studying with numerous teachers all over the world, we completed a three month internship with a principle-based government department in California, as well as spending two months with Pransky and Associates in Washington DC.
Under our limited company ʻInnate Wellbeingʼ we have trained principle-based facilitators internationally, spoken on TV, radio at international conferences and presented programs to populations like the homeless, schools, universities, prison and jail inmates, corporations, addiction centres, organisations and most recently with earthquake survivors in Nepal. Now our main direction and love is to not only train others to facilitate, but to help give clarity, encouragement and support to people already facilitating via our graduate programme.