Library Service and Book Shop:

Our Library Service is available for those who regularly attend the Innate Health Centre.

We also sell a wide range of Innate Health books, CDs and DVDs produced by Sydney Banks as well as leading practitioners in the field, such as George Pransky, Elsie Spittle, Michael Neil among others.


If you would like to purchase Innate Health resources directly we recommend the following:

Sydney Banks

Just over 4o years ago, Sydney Banks had a profound spiritual experience that led him to discover the Three Principles. His website includes articles, reflections and video footage which will help to give you an understanding of the Three Principles from the founder of this approach: http://

More information on his books:

  • The Missing Link: A meaningful distillation of Mr. Banks’ insights.
  • The Enlightened Gardener: Four psychologists meet a remarkable gardener whose unique philosophy changes their lives.
  • The Enlightened Gardener Revisited: A wise, old gardener teaches life’s principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought.
  • Second Chance: A moving story of one man, deeply troubled by the circumstances of his life, who travels to the islands of Hawaii in hopes of finding peace.
  • In Quest of the Pearl: Sequel to Second Chance. The protagonist returns to Hawaii to search for a deeper understanding of his healing and profound well-being.
  • Dear Liza: A simple, inspiring tale that illuminates how love and compassion can bring peace and contentment to people of all ages and from all walks of life.

George Pransky

You can now purchase resources by George and Linda Pransky directly from their online shop at Pransky and Associates:

Innate Health also stocks the Relationship Handbook and a limited choice of CDs.

Centre for Sustainable Change

This charity has been successfully applying “principles-based/Innate Health psychology” to communities and schools across the US for over 30 years. You can learn more about their work and see a film about their work with young people on their site:

Judy Sedgeman

This page gives you access to a multitude of reflection essays by leading Innate Health educator Judy Sedgemen on topics including life situations, business and leadership and education and learning. It is a great source for discovering and deepening your understanding of the Principles approach.

Pransky and Associates

Pransky and Associates, one of the leading US practices teaching Innate Health, for over 30 has been working with businesses, individuals, couples, and families both nationally and internationally. On this site you will find resources by leading educator George Pranksy.

Principles for Human Development Inc

The page gives you access to a collection of essays on inspirational insights on the Principles and related topics from Elsie Spittle, who has been teaching the Principles for over 30 years.

Three Principles Services Division Santa Clara County

This department of Santa Clara County has been teaching the Three Principles for over 15 years in a wide variety of settings including prisons, homeless shelters and troubled communities. If you go to the bottom of their webpage (under the heading “Attachments”) you will be able to read some extremely powerful reports about the effectiveness of the work they have done. Click Here.

Supercoach – Michael Neill

This website gives you access to a wealth of inspiring videos, articles and recordings by Michael Neill and other leading Innate Health practitioners sharing their knowledge and insights.

Three Principles Global Community

The Three Principles Global Community is dedicated to increasing the impact of the Three Principles throughout the world. On this website you’ll find a wealth of resources including articles, podcasts and videos, as well as research about the effectiveness of the Three Principles and events and practitioner listings:

Three Principles Movies

This website gives you the opportunity to see how the Three Principles approach to Innate Health has been successfully applied to a number of settings including homeless shelters, schools, prisons and troubled communities. The site also has interviews with leading Innate Health facilitators from around the world: