In this Being In Conversation With episode Kaye shares how we’re either thinking or being and that our personal thinking takes us away from who we really are, it takes us away from being. Being for Kaye is love and love is where the answers are, so thinking that we can find any answers outside of beingness is silly yet so often we look for the answers in our thinking, until we realise that’s not where the answers are. She realises that when she stops thinking then there doesn’t need to be any answers altogether, because there is no thinking happening in the first place.
Steph shares in Part 2 of “Discovering the Three Principles and Sydney Banks” how she instantly saw the flow between the Three Principles of Mind, Thought and Consciousness when coming across this understanding, seeing it as a system that sits underneath every human being. Realising this felt like coming home for Steph, it was if she remembered a secret that she came to the world with but had forgotten about.
Steph shares her first experience of coming across Sydney Banks, straight away connecting with his message on a deeper level without trying to understand it with her intellect, simply feeling his words and having her own insights a few moments later.
She shares a funny anecdote of coming home to her husband after having had a 360 degree shift in her understanding of life and him thinking that she’s become part of a cult, wondering whether she was going to leave him now. She realised that unless someone hears or sees the Three Principles for themselves, they will not be able to get it, especially not intellectually.
She talks about a desire to share this understanding with loved ones and other people who might be suffering, showing that life doesn’t have to be difficult. At the same time she realises that it’s not about convincing anyone of anything, but simply gently sharing when people are ready to hear.