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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Somebody Should Have Told Us! Bringing his trademark knowledge of principles for living, Dr. Jack Pransky's latest literary work has the ability to change the lives of those who follow the simple, yet powerful, wisdoms stored in this book. If what you seek is a better, more joyous way of being, what is contained in these pages can indeed transform your life.

Unlike listening to Dr. Phil, Dr. Laura, or Bringing his trademark knowledge of principles for living, Dr. Laura, or Dr. Joy Brown, this book contains no advice. It offers no skills, nor any techniques.

Initially, to some this may be disconcerting, but advice, skills and technique all reside in the outside world. This book contains something far more valuable. True change happens only from within, from one's own insight. It is far more comforting to realize there really is nothing to do because we already have everything we are looking for inside us, and it is always available to us no matter what difficult life situations we encounter if we know how to access it.

This book points people in the direction of true self help. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 5. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Feb 03, Richard rated it it was amazing. As somebody who is exploring the "Three Principles" idea, I found this book by Jack Pransky to be highly illuminating.

The author doesn't offer advice, nor tips, nor techniques in this book -- and yet thanks to a style of writing that is very easy to read, you find yourself understanding the concepts he shares and how they might apply to your own life.

For anyone who has read a lot of self-development books of which I am one it might feel strange not to have any actions to take upon reading this As somebody who is exploring the "Three Principles" idea, I found this book by Jack Pransky to be highly illuminating.

For anyone who has read a lot of self-development books of which I am one it might feel strange not to have any actions to take upon reading this book. Not to have to dash off and change anything. Despite that, I came away feeling good about how I might tackle future challenges. The biggest personal learning I took from this book is to not trust your thinking when you're in a low mood -- tired, angry or upset.

I've already found it a powerful lesson. I'm sure I'll be revisiting this book often. Some of the content is downright sensible, but it's written like an MLM sales pitch, replete with testimonials and questionably well-remembered "conversations. You just get it! And if you don't get it then maybe you should go on a three principles course?

The system is flawless--it's not even a system! It's incredibly cult-like, too. There are great sages that changed the paradigm for everyone that met them. There are epiphanies where Doubting Thomases are eventually proven wrong after years of sin There's even a foundational text!

I read the whole thing. In part because there were rare points that reminded me of things that are easy to know and easier to forget. The largest part was simply because I wanted to see how overt the proselytising would get. Pretty overt. It's a shame, because it detracts from the parts that are useful and do make sense. Sep 18, Nicola Harkins rated it it was amazing. Jul 10, Sarah Cook rated it it was amazing.

This book is beyond phenomenal. Had I read this 2 years ago I probably wouldn't have been as affected by it. Not because it wasn't accurate then but because I would have said it was too simply to be this easy. I was in my own way. This is a book that I will undoubtedly be reading repeatedly and often.

It really is just as simple as he makes it out to be. Hands down the most effective self help book I've ever read. Nov 12, Andre Sanders rated it it was amazing. Life changing. Dec 03, Ana rated it it was amazing.

This book is so phenomenal. I wish that more people were aware of the insight this Author speaks of. Would read this book over and over again.

Jun 09, Andrew Marshall rated it it was ok. The problem is that they have! We weren't listening or our old habits were too largely ingrained. Effectively, there is one big idea in this book: 'Our thinking is our experience of the world.

Our thinking is our life. One path of the fork is to see this emotion comi The problem is that they have! One path of the fork is to see this emotion coming from the outside world; that is, somebody doing something to us or something about our circumstances. The other path is to see the emotion arising from our own thinking, from ourselves. As long as we believe our emotion is coming from the outside world we're stuck feeling that way until the outside world changes.

Even though I knew my thinking will effect my feelings AND I was reading a book telling me this over and over again. I still found myself getting stressed not about what happened but my interpretation. Sadly, Pransky has no advice about how to take this from known knowledge into our everyday lived life. Feb 12, Gal rated it did not like it. The author describes what's commonly referred to as "mindfulness".

While most sources would say it's more of a journey where you progressively get more mindful until potentially reaching "enlightment", this book claims you can just "get it" without any hard work. That's the TV dinner form of spirituality.

In order to make up some substance that appear useful, he uses the word "thinking" to describe "habits" so it would appear as if we can magically change them without much effort.

Possibly, by going to his seminar. Instant inspiration anyone? May 19, Alexander James rated it really liked it.

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Cancel anytime. In this simple but profound tale, four colleagues meet a remarkable gardener whose unique philosophy will forever change their lives. That philosophy is equally powerful for the listener. The wisdom within this book comes in the form of a straightforward message that is accessible to all who will open their hearts to it. Author and philosopher Sydney Banks once again brings to life his wise and simple gardener as a voice through which Banks presents more implications of the Three Principles that create human reality, calling on us to realize that to fully understand the Principles is to liberate one's spirit.

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What if peace of mind, beautiful feelings, little or no stress, wonderful, healthy relationships and greater effectiveness, were right at your fingertips, and you held the key but didn't realize it or didn't know how to use it? Here are ten simple but profound truths for living well, arising from three spiritual facts that, once grasped or truly realized, can transform one's life. This book has the ability to spawn insights that change the lives of those who come to understand the simple, yet profound wisdom contained in this book. In fact, it already has. This book is the essence of self-help, in that it points people inside themselves for all answers.

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