April 2017 Wholeness Hangouts
Wellbeing: what it is, where to find it
Wellbeing. We’re inundated daily with images of what wellbeing means, where to find it, how to get it, and what’s in the way. Yowza! In some ways, the more we think about wellbeing, the less we have of it!
Over the past few years I’ve been exploring a new/old understanding of wellbeing. It’s old in that sages have taught the same insights for centuries. It’s new in terms of the simplicity and clarity shared by Sydney Banks after his enlightenment experience. And I am delighted that one of Syd’s first students, Linda Pransky, will be joining us this month to share what she has seen about wellbeing and to point us in the direction of discovering it for ourselves.
That last bit is key. Because, really, do you need yet another strategy for finding wellbeing? It doesn’t seem to me that wellbeing as a competitive sport or success metric actually does a lot for human beings. But accessing our own insights, seeing for ourselves what wellbeing is and where to find it–that, as the saying goes, is priceless.
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About Linda Pransky
Linda Pransky went to graduate school at The University of Washington in 1975. She specialized in Psychosocial Nursing, because she had an interest in learning how people change. She learned techniques and approaches for helping people, but nothing seemed long-lasting and beneficial. When she met Sydney Banks in 1976 she saw a way for people to really change. Her vision became one of helping people seek real and long-lasting change.
Linda is currently on the executive committee of The Three Principles Community, faculty member for the One Thought Institute, and Partner at Pransky & Associates.
Linda and her husband, Dr. George Pransky, have worked with leaders, couples, teams, and individuals from across the globe. Today, they are highly regarded for their ability to develop and train other practitioners teaching The Three Principles. Their vision is to provide training for like-minded professionals that would expand the community of people committed to doing this work. They have trained many of today’s best known teachers, counselors, and coaches who work with these principles.
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Resources for Deeper Insight into the Three Principles
The first book listed is a wonderful introduction to the Three Principles. It is 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.