3 Principles Workshop

Minnesota Counseling & Education Center presents…

The Simplicity of Happiness


December 7th and December 8th, 2012
The Carondelet Center

St. Paul, MN


Over thirty five years ago, Sydney Banks had a spiritual experience that brought profound change not only to his life, but to many others around the world.  Through a beautiful insight, he saw the grace and simplicity of how human beings experience their existence.  What emerged was a deep knowledge that all psychological reality is created within us through Three Principles: Mind, Consciousness and Thought.  Since that time, thousands of people around the world have been touched and inspired by the transformative power that comes naturally with ongoing, ever-deepening appreciation, recognition and understanding of these Three Principles.  Just like many others around the world that have been touched by this profound understanding, staff members at Minnesota Counseling and Education Center are deeply inspired and passionate about sharing their discoveries with you all over this two-day workshop.


The Three Principles are the guiding philosophy behind this workshop.  Discovering the Three Principles for themselves will help people become empowered to change their world by changing themselves.  We will guide participants to:

  • Awaken to their innate ability to live in happiness, contentment, and security;
  • Facilitate positive change in the systems they live and work in by understanding how these Principles work in everyone;
  • Listen to their inner wisdom to guide them in their interactions with others; and
  • Recognize how thought gets in the way of feeling a deeper love and connection with others.
  • Support  their treatment and therapy to reduce symptoms, feel better faster and  understand how to prevent relapse and  maintain positive changes.


Christine Heath, LMFT, Executive Director of Minnesota Counseling and Education Center and Hawaii Counseling and Education Center, has been teaching the Principles for over 30 years.  She is a renowned international trainer and speaker and has guided the work of both of her clinics using the Principles.  She is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor and has significant experience in the mental, chemical and relational health fields.

Sgt. Ed Lemon has been a law enforcement officer for 28+ years in three different police departments.  He has worked in a wide variety of positions, including the Director of the St. Paul Police Employee Assistance Program.  He has been involved in Principle-based psychology since 1993 and has helped design and implement programs for youth, parents, corrections workers, teachers and law enforcement officers.

The MCEC therapists and educators will also participate in the workshop, inviting you all to relax and enjoy this restorative weekend.  It is our mission to help participants become awakened to a deeper understanding of themselves and gain a deeper connection to the wisdom and health that resides inside them.



The Carondelet Center, 1890 Randolph Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105


Friday, December 7, 2012:         5:00-8:00 p.m

Saturday, December 8, 2012:     10:00a.m.-12:00 p.m.  (Lunch out)  1:30-4:00 p.m.


$75 per person      OR     $125 for two people


1854 Grand Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105




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