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How To Tell If A Session Is Going Well: Practitioner Series #5

This is the fifth in a five-part series for practitioners. In this series, George and Linda Pransky answer questions frequently posed by other Three Principles practitioners. This recording features George and Linda’s thoughts on what happens when a client is receptive … Continue reading

Accomplishing Goals: Practitioner Series #4

This is the fourth in a five-part series for practitioners. In this series, George and Linda Pransky answer questions frequently posed by other Three Principles practitioners. This post features Linda’s thoughts on how to work with clients used to pushing … Continue reading

What Is Intake?: Practitioner Series #3

Intake can be different for every practitioner or client. It can be a way to establish rapport, figure out what the client is saying, or allow the client to clear their mind. In this recording, George and Linda have a … Continue reading

Being In A Good Feeling: Practitioner Series #2

Many practitioners are curious about working from a good feeling. They want to know if there are any telltale signs that they’re teaching from the right place, and what to do if they find themselves in a bad feeling. This … Continue reading

Intake, Listening, and Teaching: Practitioner Series #1

Many practitioners are curious about how to begin working with a new client. They want to know if there are any techniques for improving the client’s learning, or how best to impart the message they’d like to get across. In … Continue reading

Letting Go: The Self-Indulgent Nature Of Forgiveness

Forgiveness can be really hard for people in relationships. It can feel like when you forgive your partner you are condoning their behavior, or you are allowing them to get away with something that isn’t fair. But what if forgiveness … Continue reading

Getting Over Yourself: Why You Need To Do It

Ever feel like your emotional reactions are controlling your relationship? Like you’re constantly trying to avoid upsetting your partner, and when one of you does get upset, it’s really, really hard to get over it? Some couples call this state … Continue reading

Start Anywhere: Talking About The Three Principles With Others

Have you ever really wanted to share the Three Principles with a friend, but weren’t sure how to bring it up? Have you ever felt like some practitioners seem to have this magical ability to always know the right words … Continue reading

Why it Never Works to Bully Yourself

No matter how much self-development you’ve done in your life at some times (maybe even often) you find yourself in a state of mind that you don’t want to be in and you pressure yourself to feel differently in that … Continue reading

A post for Practitioners – collective knowledge from George and his colleagues

We try to make every blog post relevant to the general public. The work that we do is relatable and easily understood so we feel like our blog should reflect that. This post is a bit of an exception. It … Continue reading

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