Archive for April 2018

On Beyond Limitations of the Three Principles Psychology Model

Photo © Copyright Eric Platt 2016

   ‘There’s no limit to how much you’ll know, depending how far beyond zebra you go.’ – Dr. Seuss The following article arose from a post I made to Amir Karkouti’s the spiritual psychology FaceBook forum “What The F*#$ Are The Principles?“.  (post permalink) I’d like to share something, for whatever it’s worth, about the…

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Find Your Happy Work

To find your Ideal Work you will want to find the Intersection of 3 things: Love, Skills, and Market. Here’s this “Holy Trinity” of Work Happiness as a graphic: Without The Three Legs People often make the mistake of taking an outside-in approach: for example seeing that there is a market for something in the…

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Silicon Life, Consciousness, and Miraculous Intelligence

“Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and unto God the things that are God’s” – Matthew 22:21 The following is based on a fascinating email exchange with a friend with an interest in science & technology, and a deep interest in spirituality. The origins of the dialogue was that it became ever more…

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The Three Principles and The Direct Path

What is the difference between the Three Principles psychology (3P), a spiritual school that uses the model of Universal Mind, Universal Consciousness and Thought, and direct path methods? The direct path is a path of spiritual enquiry wherein one goes directly to truth, rather than through steps (also called the “progressive path”). It is a…

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About Needing “Grounding” and Spiritual Teaching

"Grounding"

The question often comes up, what is meant by “grounding”. Am I “grounded” and how can I tell if someone else is “grounded”? The question was spurred by my participation in forums of the spiritual psychology movement known as The Three Principles (3P)*, which is where I hear this question often, and occasionally in the…

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