The Outside-in can maintain itself in existence only by sponging on the inside-out.

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If you don’t know you are outside-in, you won’t want to correct yourself.

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The more you see how paradigms work, the more you insightfully understand why you think the way you do.

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Paradigms do not deal with degrees, levels or value judgements – rather a totality in which all thinking takes place in.

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I had no idea what thinking I would have in this moment until I had that thinking.

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Come what may, all bad fortune is to be conquered by seeing that feeling is coming from thought in the moment.

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A person who values a positive feeling above the Three Principles soon loses both.

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The surface won’t tell you what the deep waters know.

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The person who cannot value the Principle of Thought as an unchanging and unmoveable constant, cannot value anything or anyone.

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One of the great mistakes is to judge coaching, programs, workshops, webinars and trainings by the quality of the feeling, whether positive or negative, rather than a paradigm change which they base their thinking upon.

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Truth is found only inside a true pre-existing paradigm, not outside or beyond.

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People who are inside-out find unexpected solutions, and people who are outside-in find unexpected problems.

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At the moment you realise the inside-out logic, you will clear you mind of outside-in thinking, and in that new clearness and power, you will be astonished at the great number of unnecessary thinking you once believed necessary.

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I believe in only one thing: the Three Principles Paradigm; but I do not believe in the Three Principles Paradigm enough to want to force it upon anyone.

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The inside-out’s concern is the conquest of wisdom and knowledge. The outside-in’s concern is the conquest of people who think differently.

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There was a time when people worked hard to grow up. Today, we work hard at not growing up. When I realised my experience was coming from thought in the moment, my childish things got put away.

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You cannot make a population good by creating laws or getting them to be law-abiding. Only insightfully seeing their feelings are coming from thought in the moment will make them better human beings.

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As soon as you think it, it comes to you as a thought.

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The Three Principles is a tool you can never stop using. It will take you wherever you wish spiritually and psychologically, but it will not replace you as the driver.

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The Three Principles does not impose any science, art, philosophy, morality, ethics, religion, law or constitution, any more than a rock must tell us what to think or say.

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It is not the business of the Three Principles to make anyone good or reverent or moral or clean or upright. Only insightfully seeing feeling is coming from thought in the moment does.

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Either all Three Principles are formless or none of them are.

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“Feelings are coming from Thought in the moment” vs “Feelings are coming from something other than Thought in the moment.” That is the only Three Principles ‘fault line.’

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While it is true that you learn with insight, the downside is that what you learn is often what a damn fool you were.

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