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This is my first blog in a very long time. I haven’t written for so long because I thought I am no good at writing anything. I may have ideas but the anxiety about The Doing stops me!
That anxiety hasn’t gone – it’s still there in the background – but I know that it is just a thought. It actually doesn’t have to stop me from doing it.

Why the shift?

Well, it’s a work in progress after going to a weekend course with Ian Watson at The Insight Space.
That first weekend was in November – an introduction for me to the 3 principles.

I have done lots of trainings, weekends, CPD courses but this was nothing like I have ever experienced before.

I realised it was probably the most profound place I have ever naturally dropped into and without actually doing anything! We sat and chatted; there was no formulas I had to ‘get’. I can’t really begin to tell you what happened but my 11 year daughter asked me on the Monday after the weekend, ‘where has my mum gone?’ Yep, something definitely shifted.
I felt more relaxed than I had done in ages. My grief that I was suffering from hugely after the sudden death of my mother last year, was less dark. The sadness is still there but it soothed me as opposed to suffocated me.
I got very curious about the 3 principles. Why did it work? What was it all about? I’m now half way through the facilitator training with the Insight Space and have just been to the 3 Principles Conference at Allianz Park, hosted by Tikun, One Thought, 3PGC, Innate Health. This conference has grown over the last 7 years – this year they had their highest attendance (750+). It was really insightful listening to speakers who have been in the field for years, such as doctors of psychiatry and psychology, who realised the potential of the 3 principles and how fundamental it is to one’s true well-being.
And it’s so simple!

All I know right now is the ease I feel since doing the course, the ease it takes to get me back to a neutral space when I know the clouds are moving in. I know it’s just a moment. Once I settle more into myself, listen and understand that it’s a thought, I know that ‘feeling’ it will pass as and when without engulfing me. It doesn’t mean I don’t get stressful, angry, frustrated but it does mean I don’t have to do anything with it. My kind of practice!

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