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This audiobook presents the most definitive guide on the three principles ever made (according to the author). 

Author, speaker, dancer, philanthropist, and self-made genius Amir Karkouti has accumulated 18 questions that have been pondered since the discovery of the three principles by Sydney Banks. Although Amir Karkouti was not a welder with a ninth-grade education, he pretends to know about these three universal gifts. Join him as he dismantles these pressing questions and allows each listener to get a mind-blowing insight into the three principles of mind, consciousness, and thought. 

Each question has been pondered, hand-washed, and gently dried out for your listening pleasure. You will be shocked, amazed, and hopefully, enlightened. The goal is for the listener to be shockingly enlightened. 

So...stop reading the description of the audiobook and buy it already!

©2018 Amir Karkouti (P)2018 Amir Karkouti

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What the F can I say but wow this was time well spent

I’ve heard about the three Ps many times but this was my first deep dive into it. I’m so glad I did. Amir’s attitude about sharing these truths says as much about the info as it says about life... seriously don’t take yourself so seriously. Get on with living and as you realize everything begins in thought, think the thoughts you want to think, or don’t. It’s up to you. This was a great listen and I’m about to let it float over me again. Thanks Amir.

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This is BOOOKK IS AMMAZING

This is a Greate book Amir has a particular way to take something big and complex in something simple and deep!!!
And the page 62 is the secret sauce!!

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  • Tony Callaghan
  • 06-09-19

Spoiled by terrible Narration

I would avoid any books narrated by Wayne Mitchell's shouting and over the top condescending delivery

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  • taheya
  • 03-29-20

difficult listen

Im a fan of the three principles, this was not an easy listen a shouty narration and did not add anything to my awareness.

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  • Marky-Mark
  • 07-04-21

The worst audiobook ever! I want a refund!

A complete con! DO NOT BUY! He asks for false reviews too. Completely false reviews!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-15-21

The Three Principles- the best kept secret of well-being

This is the best explanation of The Three Principles I am aware of. It is humorous and light hearted and at the same time providing stepwise insight into relationship between the mind-consciousness and the thought. Unreservedly recommended for anyone interested.

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  • Stuart Clark
  • 04-13-21

PAGE 62

A breath of fresh air. 3 principles can be taxing if you think to much about it. Page 62 takes it all and packs it into one single, awesome, mind blowing page. Measure the page and you will see its 62cm long 62 lines of 62 awesome lessons for life. 62 baby.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 11-04-20

Wtf!

No ide what I just read! Doesn't matter what I think! Page 62 is amazing!!

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  • Bruce Hutton
  • 10-14-20

Brilliant book!

Loved it and assisted me into a better understanding into the Three Principles and forever.

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  • PETER DILLY
  • 03-19-20

"people who laugh a lot are much healthier" -anon

If that is true, then Amir and Wayne just helped improve my health!

This audio is an essential lighthearted companion for anyone already aware of three little universal truths called ~thought, ~mind and ~consciousness

I've lived life with the three principles for years now, thanks to Michael Neill's great work. If you are a newbie (and aren't we all!) start there and come back later https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/The-Inside-Out-Revolution-Audiobook/B00KDOQN3G

Similarly, I took Amir's good advice offered early on and stopped listening and switched to Syd before continuing. https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/The-Enlightened-Gardener-Audiobook/1772131164

The answer to your question is on page sixty-two, kindly the narrator lets you know when you reach this point

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  • JackieL
  • 02-09-20

The 3 Principles with a sense of humour

After consuming a lot of 'serious' stuff on the 3Ps, it was refreshing to listen to Amir Karkouti's answers to common questions about the Principles. They were all questions I could relate to! There's some real common sense advice in the book, well illustrated with stories and examples that brought it to life. Maybe the narration isn't everyone's cup of tea, but it made me smile and laugh so it was ok with me. As for page 62, well, what can I say? I'd been waiting for that a long time.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 01-31-20

Loved it

What a great book to listen too. New insights, and fun. Loved the narrator. Amir has such a fantastic approach and so open and real. If you want to understand more about the 3P's in a fun loving way get listening.

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  • James F. Caldwell
  • 04-15-21

A refreshing take on the Three Principles

I’ve only recently discovered Sydney Banks and Three Principles, despite 40 years in pursuit of personal development. Somehow this eluded me, as I worked my way through book after book seminar after seminar, in search of the key that would light me up. My anxiety with books is that I might miss the golden nugget meant for me, by not paying proper attention at the critical time, and thus remain forever doomed.

This year of being sidelined by CoVid restrictions afforded the perfect opportunity to embark on an intense period of study, designed to fill all the gaps that starkly represented my inadequacies: Marcus Aurelius, Seneca, Xenophon... would it ever end?

Enter Sydney Banks, and the liberating revelation that all that study, though interesting, was missing the point.

My first response was to invest in a pile of books about the Three Principles. Also very interesting... and then... ‘What the F**k...’ found its way to the top of the pile. It brought home to me that I’d been bringing a totally Outside-In approach to try to come to grips with the Inside-Out nature of reality.

What really brought it home, and set me on a new course of discovery is what I found on page 62. Thanks, Amir, and here’s a a tip for you, dear reader... the page to be awake for, the page with your golden nugget may well also be page 62.