Sydney Banks Resources

"If the only thing that people learned was not to be afraid of their experience, that alone would change the world."

~ Sydney Banks

Sydney Banks is the primary source behind the Three Principles. He was a welder with a 9th grade education who had an enlightenment experience in 1973, which lead to the description of life that is now commonly referred to as the Three Principles. The way he describes our experience of life is based on a very deep level of understanding and if you are interested in learning more about the Three Principles, there is no one better to read or listen to than Sydney.

To learn more about Sydney Banks, visit: www.SydneyBanks.org and www.SydBanks.com


Sydney Banks Books

Unfortunately, Lone Pine Publishing does not do a very good job of ensuring that these books are readily available in print. However, all the images below are linked to the Amazon Kindle edition, other formats may be available. The Missing Link is the only book not in story format, and it is designed for self reflection on each individual point.

The books are listed in my recommended order. I would first begin with The Missing Link and The Enlightened Gardner and then move through the rest of his books. They are all amazing, though please note, the story line is not the important part of the books, they are written as parables and the message that is conveyed through the story is what really matters.

The following two books were written by Sydney Banks and Linda Quiring. Linda was Sydney's first student and they remained as a manuscript for many years until Jack Pransky encouraged Linda to have them published. 

Sydney Banks Videos

Another great resource of Sydney's materials are his videos. However, the only one I would recommend purchasing is The Ultimate Answer because his other videos can be streamed directly from www.SydBanks.com


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