Three Principles Living

Judith A. Sedgeman, EdD

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THOUGHT vs. thought

A lot of misunderstanding about the idea of "thought" pervades our work in the Three Principles. I'd like to draw a very clear distinction. When people talk about "thought" in terms of what we have thought, the content of our thinking, we are not talking about the Principle of Thought. The Principle of Thought describes the formless energy (described by the Principle MIND) that flows through all life, our life, that empowers us to create "thoughts". THOUGHT is energy, the spiritual, creative force of generating ideas about life. Once we have...

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Love: It’s Not What You Think

Love is the stillness between thoughts. Love is the safe space of wisdom. Love is the clear light of creativity. Love is the gentle attendant of fearlessness. Love is the greatest gift of humanity. Love generates the ideas that transform us and bring us peace. Love recedes in the face of fear, but it does not disappear. It lodges deep in our hearts and faithfully awaits the moment of silence into which it will re-emerge. When we open ourselves for even a moment to that silence, love never sleeps through it. Love shines into our minds and...

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One Problem; One Solution

A beautiful thing happened the last weekend in May, thanks to those with the vision to hold the first “One Solution” conference in Oslo, Norway. In one weekend, they elevated onto the world stage the absolute simplicity and power of the answer offered by a true understanding of how the mind works. Although I could not attend because of a commitment, I watched what I could of the live stream, and, on the very first night, I had an Aha! moment about all of us (“all of us” being the handful...

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Right and Wrong: Painful Thoughts

Many of my clients are intensely engaged in a fruitless, frustrating effort to prove others wrong, or to get others to say or do what they expect. They come in angry and resentful because these people are “ruining” their life or “making” them miserable. They hang their happiness on getting what they think they “need” from people they who have “let them down”. “When”, I always ask them, “is the last time you complied with an angry, accusatory person who insisted that you do or say something?” The usual response is, “Huh?”...

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Living a Dream

We are always living a dream. We cannot experience anything without thinking it first. Whatever thoughts we bring to mind create our experience, which lasts only as long as they are brought to mind. Our thoughts are uniquely our own; no two thinkers arrive at precisely the same thoughts, although many people can share a predilection for certain kinds of thoughts. So each life, truly, is a particular dream, experienced as it unfolds through each person's thinking. One of the first statements I saw from Sydney Banks is: "Life is a divine dream,...

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The Principle of Thought

The Principle of Thought is the crucial power behind life as we know it. If we did not have the ability to transform the pure energy of Mind into ideas and images -- forms of perception -- we could not see life. Thought as a Principle is simply the power that provides the impetus for our minds to communicate through the brain and the senses.  The Principle of Thought empowers thinking to happen. We put the formless into  forms, and whatever we create appears to be our life. Since all of us...

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