Does the Addictive Personality Exist?

We each have the possibility of realising that the waking experience is more like dreaming than we had understood. Although experience is being created from our own thoughts, imagination and creativity, we felt like we were passive recipients of people’s actions and external events, just like dreaming. Read More …

Paralysed by Procrastination?

A number of years ago I had a conversation with a writer – I’ll call him Jack – who had a terrible problem with procrastination. He was widely acknowledged as an expert in his field. Yet he struggled to get anything written until the 11th hour. Literally. On the day of our conversation he had Read More …

What Dr. Foster and Other Stalkers Can Teach Us

Whenever we are upset with a family member, boss or anyone else, the false belief that ‘they made me feel like this,’ is present.And the moment any of us can remember the question, ‘Where do I think my feelings are coming from in this moment?’ we are reawakening to the true answer: from within. Read More …

Above the Clouds the Sun is Always Shining

One immense benefit of understanding the Inside-out paradigm is this: we know that an event or circumstance can never create upset or painful feelings. Distress can only come from our moment to moment thinking, which may include thinking about those events. No matter how big a circumstance is, it has no inherent power to dictate how any human being will feel. Read More …

Subtracting Overwhelm from Your Experience

Subtracting Overwhelm from Your Experience The first thing that struck me when I came across the 3 Principles Paradigm  some years ago, was the consistency of very positive outcomes. From community prevention to business success to recovery from burnout, statistics of 75% improvement or more were the norm not the exception. I’d spent 30 years Read More …