December 2016 Wholeness Hangout

Simple Truths for Living Well with Dr. Jack Pransky

Wholeness Hangout MandalaI’m delighted to welcome Jack Pransky as my guest this month. As you can read below, Jack has a broad, deep, and distinguished background in prevention and in teaching the Three Principles. As always, our Hangout conversation will be free-ranging and responsive to the questions and needs of those who attend. That said, I could think of no better overarching framework than the sub-title of Jack’s book, Somebody Should Have Told Us! Simple Truths for Living Well.

 

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Watch the replay of the Wholeness Hangout below or click here to download the audio of the Wholeness Hangout December 2016 with Jack Pransky. Below the video window you’ll find more information about Jack as well as links to his books. To receive notifications of upcoming Wholeness Hangouts and Three Principles training and coaching opportunities, subscribe to my weekly ezine in the sidebar to the right.

About Dr. Jack Pransky

Dr. Jack Pransky, Three Principles teacher and trainerDr. Jack Pransky is the founder of the Center for Inside-Out Understanding and a Three Principles author, trainer and practitioner: a coach of coaches and a counselor of counselors.

Jack is a national and international consultant, speaker, and author who has worked in the field of prevention and community organizing since 1968. He has authored numerous books on the Three Principles on topics ranging from prevention to parenting to transforming communities.

He specializes in prevention from the inside-out, and specifically in The Three Principles/Health Realization. Jack has been responsible for a number of accomplishments in the field of prevention:

  • helping to create the first Spirituality of Prevention conference in the country (with Prevention Unlimited),
  • the first state prevention law in the country,
  • the first school climate improvement programs in Vermont,
  • Vermont’s Juvenile Court Diversion system,
  • two parent-child centers and other successful community-based programs.

In 2004 he won the Vermont Prevention Pioneers Award.

A selection of Jack’s writings

seduced by consciousness jack pransky The Three Principles in prevention and community organizatyion   Introduction to the Three Principles    The Three Principles and parenting Dr. Jack Pransky   Paradigm Shift: History of the Three Principles of Sydney Banks by Dr. Jack Pransky

    Three principles intro for children

Modello tells the story of how an understanding of the Three Principles transformed two of the most troubled communities in the USA and received the Martin Luther King Storyteller’s Award for the book best exemplifying King’s vision of “the beloved community.” Somebody Should Have Told Us,  is an introduction to the Three Principles. Finally, Paradigm Shift is a history of the spread of the Principles. What Is Wisdom? and What Is Thought? are children’s books co-authored by Amy Kahofer and illustrated by Tina DuSablon. 

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Resources for Deeper Insight into the Three Principles

The first three books listed are by this month’s guest, Jack Pranksy. Modello tells the story of how an understanding of the Three Principles transformed two of the most troubled communities in the USA. The second book, Somebody Should Have Told Us,  is an introduction to the Three Principles. Finally, Paradigm Shift is a history of the spread of the Principles.

The next two books by Michael Neill are wonderful introductions to the Three Principles. They are followed by books written by Sydney Banks, whose awakening was the basis for The Three Principles. After Syd’s books, you’ll find a selection of books by his students. The final few books are especially for children and teens.

             the space within by Michael Neill                                       “Exquisite Mind--How Three Principles Transformed My Life, and How They Can Transform Yours”                                       

   

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