Within us all is a deeper knowledge and innate wisdom. When we hear someone speak from that space it can light us up inside. We recognise truth and not only do we physically relax but it spring cleans our psyche, bypassing our intellect and resonating with our soul, feeling familiar yet new at the same time.
Come listen to Dr. Rita Shuford speak about an understanding which answers the biggest why? question of all – why do we feel and act the way we do?
When any misunderstanding is cleared up what is left is understanding. Understanding is where love and compassion arises. And when we see that our experience comes from one source, what used to look complex looks simple and our fears of experience drop away which leaves us free to engage in a richer experience of life.
Enjoy this podcast with Dr. Rita Shuford.
There are a growing number of people in Scotland who have been impacted by understanding these principles and we’re delighted to bring it home to Leith for this talk, which is where Syd grew up.
One of those affected by the truth he shared is Dr. Rita Shuford, a psychologist now based in Hawaii. We’re delighted that Rita is joining us in Edinburgh to give what will be an insightful talk into the nature of human experience and why our behaviours are understandable once we see the misunderstanding we’re living in.
Before Rita came across Sydney Banks in the late 70s she had embarked on her Doctorate in Psychology but was searching for what she called ‘the missing link’. She thought there must be something that psychology was not yet seeing that would more simply and directly explain human experience and behaviour. She found what she was looking for, ironically through a tape by Sydney Banks called ‘The Missing Link’.
From that point on, 40 years ago, she completed her doctorate and devoted her life to sharing this understanding through her practice. Dr. Shuford wrote the first dissertation on this spiritual/psychological paradigm. She was certified as a 3 Principles Practitioner by Sydney Banks.
Rita lives on the island of O’ahu with her husband Cam. This is the first time she is coming to Scotland, the birth-place of Sydney Banks.