“I would love for Scotland to be the first country to really review their Mental Health Policy and get the understanding of the Three Principles included.” – Jacquie Forde
In this episode of Coming Home, Jacquie Forde shares her vision of sharing the Three Principles in Scotland, letting more people see the purity & simplicity of this understanding. She’s specifically passionate about spreading this message in the areas of Mental Health Policy, Women & Young Children, Sports and with big companies. She would love for Scotland to be the first country to really review their Mental Health Policy and get the understanding of the Three Principles included.
When we understand that policies are “after behaviour”, we can start to look at the space before behaviour when coming up with new policies for our country, that playful, loving and transformational space.
Steph realises that taking this understanding across all social areas from housing, health, education to prisons is something that can be simple and done through a few conversations with the right people inside the government. Both Jacquie & Steph would love to see Scotland be the first country to embrace this understanding.
Kaye acknowledges that when one truly understands the Three Principles, a shift occurs that changes everything without any of the circumstances needing to change and from that space anyone can have a subtle and transformational shift, seeing that who they are isn’t who they think they are. It’s just switching into that beingness. That’s why this understanding comes before everything else, before religion, before schemes & initiatives, otherwise the ground isn’t fertile if someone hasn’t had a shift first.
Kaye shares that for her it’s not so much about how many people one speaks to, it’s about how many lights get lit up when hearing the truth, and more lights get lit up when the person speaking is lit up. It’s not the teacher that wakes the person up, they wake up because they see their own light and something that has been shared has touched them deeply, they’ve heard a truth.
Jacquie acknowledges that it’s simply about showing up, knowing when it’s time to do something. It’s not about putting a pressure on herself to change anything in Scotland but simply feeling the passion and following her heart.