Invitation to the Table
Dearest Psychology Colleagues, Students, Therapists, Coaches, and Leaders.
We now have a Three Principles Psychology that is capable of ending people’s suffering needlessly. We now know the Science of Mental Life created by these Three Principles means mental life works only one way. We also now know that all feelings, whether positive or negative, derive and come alive through our use of these Principles. And so much more! For all helpers, insightfully understanding this dimension is itself psychotherapeutic.“When we use any one of the Principles of Universal Mind, Universal Consciousness or Universal Thought properly we are in the state of love and true understanding” (Banks a, unpublished). These first Principles of the Science of Psychology were found in the enlightenment experience of Sydney Banks in 1973.
Banks wrote he knew this was something that, “very few people since the beginning of time have ever known” (Banks a, unpublished). This is what he came to call The Psychology of the Future (Blevens & Monroe, unpublished). Banks also wrote,
“This derives from another dimension than the psychological understanding that is now practiced” (Banks a, unpublished, italics added),… and this dimension covers; “all sciences, all psychological beliefs, all philosophies, all religions, and all human behavior” (Banks, 2005).
This finding creates the fundamental general ontology so long sought by psychological science that subsumes all other forms of knowing about human beings.This finding makes psychology claim her own lost identity as the Mother of All Science because all human knowledge must be based on perception and this in turn must be based upon these three laws.
When pressed why he chose psychology to put these Principles into, Banks wrote,
“I didn’t choose psychology, it chose me. The moment the true nature of Mind was revealed to me I knew deep in my soul I had found the secret that would put psychology and psychiatry into another dimension, beyond anything known.” (Banks b, unpublished, italics added).
This entirely other dimension is the unitary science of mental life, unknown before 1973.
These 3 Principles constitute this other dimension and answers questions that have vexed civilizations of thinkers for centuries. The limitless number of egotistical, unprincipled personal psychologies, replete with anomalies, followers, superstitions, illogics, folk wisdoms, techniques, good advice, and metaphysical speculations can now be replaced with the simple rule of three universal laws.
In place of these trillions of psychologies we can now place a psychology.
William James (1845-1910), the father of American psychology, prophesied this evolutionary development. James’ fervent hope was for the discovery of causal laws that would make possible the prediction and control of mental life. Control of its conditions on a large scale, he asserted, would be an achievement compared with which the control of the rest of physical nature would appear relatively insignificant (Morris, 1950.)
We can now see why, on a large scale, such a development would manifest a different world of different behavior. In fact, this is the only way such a manifestation could develop, from within.
But, William James knew over 130 years ago, and honestly admitted, that this possibility depended upon universal principles of the Science of Mental Life (his term for Psychology) being discovered. And he knew nobody had a clue. He wrote in 1892:
“The truth is that psychology is yet seeking her first principles, and is in the condition of Physics before Galileo or Newton…but a law of what is the elementary fact of mind, we have not at present even the beginning of an hypothesis which is valuable…This is no science, it is only the hope of a science…. psychology is in the condition of physics before Galielo and the laws of motion, of chemistry before Lavoissier and the notion that mass is preserved in all reactions. The Galileo and Lavoissier of psychology will be famous men indeed when they come, as come they some day surely will.” (James, 1892, italics added).
As one current psychological historian puts it ,“One might do well to ask whether there could be a better description of the state of psychology today: gossip, wrangle, prejudices, but no single generally recognized law” (Shamdasani, 2005).
Who could possibly have imagined that eighty one years after William James wrote this, in the enlightening experience of a ninth grade educated welder named Sydney Banks, this prophecy would be fulfilled and the 3 Principles of the Science of Mental Life revealed? This is the birth of a new paradigm of mental life, the psychology of the future.
To celebrate the 50 year anniversary of this beginning of a new Psychology of the Future Omar Ben Moussa and Keith Blevens, Ph.D. have organized an exclusive study group we are calling, The Scientific Psychology of the Future. This class will be limited to 16 participants. We will deeply explore the specificity and scientificity of this breakthroughand their implicationsThis study will reveal not only what this science is, but also what it is not, for the future mental health of the people on this planet.
As Valda Monroe writes in, For Those Suffering Needlessly: The Principles of Psychology Revealed, (Blevens & Monroe, unpublished):
“No one could have a physical, or psychological/spiritual experience without either the Divine Principle of Mind, or the Divine Principle of Consciousness or the Divine Principle of Thought. When we know something is not possible it is far less tempting for us to think about than when we think it is possible.”
Sydney Banks wrote:
“These three principles are the ultimate mystery on earth and are the missing link to the physical world and the spiritual world being one. The three principles are the greatest secret on earth and hold all the answers that psychology, psychiatry and all humanity have been searching for since the beginning of time” (Banks b, unpublished manuscript).
This other dimension imbues the marvelous rigor of Sydney Banks’ recordings and writings. This has guided people toward a realm,
“Where all the negative feelings and sadnesses that had plagued me for forty-two years vanished like mist in the morning sun.,,, When we use these three gifts of Universal Mind, Universal Consciousness or Universal Thought properly we are in the state of love and true understanding” (Banks a, unpublished manuscript).
This other dimension is completely distinct from the psychological understanding that is now practiced worldwide. This development has rigorous specificities, possibilities, impossibilities, and scientificities and by revealing these, this class offers to elevate the Principles of Psychology “into a working science” (Banks, 2003).
We, Keith Blevens. Ph.D. & Omar Ben Moussa, have designed this special 6 month program to specifically study the black and white nature of the science of this dimension. We are inviting people, if interested, to schedule an interview to attend. Again, this is the Scientific Psychology of the Future Program.
We have designed this special 6 month program to specifically study the black and white nature of the rigor of this dimension supplies. We are inviting people, if seriously interested, to schedule an interview to attend this event, the Scientific Psychology of the Future Program.
We think this study is a timely one to evolve our mutual rigor, not by personal judgment, but by this specific science itself. We believe this specific science dimension holds promise to awaken, clarify and simplify the uniqueness of our work, streamline our teaching, bolster our confidence and reveal to the world, even more deeply, the impersonal Truth of the 3 Principles.
If you would like to know more about this program and possibly schedule an interview to join 16 of us at the table from January through June 2023, please check it out at this link.
Banks, S. a, In For Those Suffering Needlessly: The Principles of Psychology Revealed, Blevens & Monroe, Unpublished Manuscript.
Banks, S. b, Beyond Time, Space and Matter, Unpublished Manuscript.
Banks, S. (Speaker). 2003. Attitude (CD Recording). Lone Pine Media.
Banks, S. (2005). The Enlightened Gardner Revisited, Lone Pine Publishing.
Blevens, K. & Monroe, V., For Those Suffering Needlessly: The Principles of Psychology Revealed. Unpublished manuscript.
James,W. (1892), Psychology: Briefer Course. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press, 1984, pp. 400.
Morris, L. (1950). William James: The Message of a Modern Mind. Scribner, New York.
Shamdasani, S. (2005). Psychologies as Ontology Making Practices: William James and the Pluralities of Psychological Experience. In J. Carrette (Ed.) William James and The Varieties of Religious Experience. pp. 27-44. Oxfordshire, Routledge.
Skrupskelis, I & Berkeley, E.The Correspondence of William James, Volume 7, 1890-1894. ( Charlottesville, University Press of Virginia, 1999) p.89.