Isn't it funny you don't realise what you have until you don't have it anymore? Usually we mean this to be something we've lost that we treasure. In this case losing something has been the best thing that has happened to me and my family. Let me explain...
As a teenager I remember feeling self conscious, lonely and depressed once or twice to the point of wanting to end my life. I didn't even know what depression was then, the label came a few years later and I self diagnosed myself. I didn't talk to anyone about my feelings, I just sat in my room, thinking and thinking and imagining how life was so different for me than everyone else. I learned to put on a good front / mask.Read more
Sally Wyse shares her story of transformation. She had an addiction to alcohol for years and lost her job, friends, and family because of it. Through insight on hearing about the Three Principles, she has turned that around and is no longer an alcoholic. Listen to Sally as she shares candidly.Read more
At heart, I love teaching more than anything else I've ever done. And, at heart, I know the joy of teaching, and the pain of it, too. Teachers today face student attitudes and system restrictions that inhibit their sense of freedom and ease in the classroom. Teachers today, at every level from pre-school to university, are leaving the profession, just to escape the pressures they feel that have nothing to do with what drew them into teaching and learning.Read more
My first glimpse of the potential and possibility of the Three Principles understanding was during the Nepal earthquakes in 2015. In the midst of a volatile, uncertain time I found an inner source of resilience, resourcefulness and ease.
I'd only begun my explorations a few months before that by watching videos from the Three Principles Conference in London. When I found myself shaken and afraid, I realized this was going to be a defining moment- I was going to find out whether people are the victims of circumstance or whether we really do have freedom in any situation like these teachers were saying.
What I found was that my internal life of feelings and experience was independent of the external happenings in my life.Read more