This is the official body representing the global community. It is a great place to start for anyone who is new to the Three Principles because it has a lot of information, blogs and videos, most of which are suitable for those who are new to this understanding.
If you are looking for a practitioner whose practice is exclusively based on the Three Principles then you can use their directory, which shows practitioners from all around the world.
The late Sydney Banks’ site has been left as it was when he died in 2009. It has some videos and background information on this remarkable man. Here you can be sure that you are getting the purest explanation of the 3 Principles.
Rudi and Jenny Kennard have done an incredible job in spreading the word about the Principles. They traveled around the world in order to video many practitioners in the Three Principles. This site has a huge resource of free videos on the Principles and a wonderful training section where you can pay to watch excellent training courses from eminent facilitators in the Principles.
The site is excellent both for those new to the Principles and those who want to explore the subject more deeply. Please consider making a donation if you, like me, think their work should continue.
Tikun is a Jewish organization based in London. They host conferences on the Three Principles that attract hundreds of delegates keen to see the most eminent teachers of the Principles. There is a huge number of videos from previous conferences as well as their own courses.
George and Linda Pransky were amongst the first to hear the Principles from Sydney Banks. Their consultancy in La Conner, Washington offers training and has a great selection of books, audio and video programs.
Elsie Spittle knew Sydney Banks before he had his experience and was the first person to learn about the Principles from him. She lives on Salt Spring Island and offers many services for those wanting to learn more about the Principles.
The Foundation is a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to sharing the Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought as taught by Sydney Banks, and to preserving them in their purest and most powerful form. Their school on Salt Spring Island attracts people from all over the world who want to learn about the Principles.
Aaron Turner and Mara Gleason are well known trainers in the Three Principles and their training institute, based in the UK, offers training for businesses as well as professional training for those who want to share the Principles themselves.
Dicken Bettinger is a licensed psychologist based in La Conner, Washington. He is a former consultant with Pransky & Associates and is a great facilitator in the Principles.
Jenny and Rudi Kennard are not only the creators of the threeprinciplesmovies site but are also facilitators in their own right.
David Bodman and Joe Bailey offer training and consulting for business. Their free resources include interesting articles and a monthly newsletter that is always worth reading.