EP. 46 Linda Pransky “Loving Disruption”

As a young nurse, Linda began graduate school in Psycho-Social Nursing and quickly realized this was not the answer to helping people create true change in their lives. She met Sydney Banks and began to deeply understand that our experience comes from the inside-out. With this realization, Linda saw she no longer had to fear her own low moods; she would still have low moods but they no longer took over her life experience. This led to true change for Linda, and has allowed her to experience even the most difficult situations from a place of understanding, hope and love.
 

EP. 46 Linda Pransky “Loving Disruption”

As a young nurse, Linda began graduate school in Psycho-Social Nursing and quickly realized this was not the answer to helping people create true change in their lives. She met Sydney Banks and began to deeply understand that our experience comes from the inside-out. With this realization, Linda saw she no longer had to fear her own low moods; she would still have low moods but they no longer took over her life experience. This led to true change for Linda, and has allowed her to experience even the most difficult situations from a place of understanding, hope and love.​

Linda Pransky went to graduate school at The University of Washington in 1975. She specialized in psycho-social nursing, because she had an interest in learning how people change. She learned techniques and approaches to helping people, but nothing seemed long lasting and beneficial. When she met Sydney Banks in 1976 she saw a way for people to really change. Her vision became one of helping people seek real and long lasting change. Linda is currently on the executive committee of the Three Principles Global Community, past faculty member for the One Thought Institute and Partner at Pransky and Associates.

Linda Pransky went to graduate school at The University of Washington in 1975. She specialized in psycho-social nursing, because she had an interest in learning how people change. She learned techniques and approaches to helping people, but nothing seemed long lasting and beneficial. When she met Sydney Banks in 1976 she saw a way for people to really change. Her vision became one of helping people seek real and long lasting change. Linda is currently on the executive committee of the Three Principles Global Community, past faculty member for the One Thought Institute and Partner at Pransky and Associates.

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