Chip Chipman is one of the most experienced teachers of the inside-out understanding of the principles discovered and taught by Sydney Banks. His work ranges from corporate consulting through to pioneering work with inmates in jails. And one of the interesting things about Chip is that he’s one of the people who’s had a massive impact on me personally over the years.
- How Chip was able to see that shift in his wife and listen, without analyzing
- The way he learned to quite his mind, as taught by Sydney Banks
- What does Chip mean by living in a natural state?
- How Chip begin sharing the principles with the world
- Working with prison inmates brought amazing results and insights
- How these principles not only affect the people understanding it, but also affects their generations to come
“When Sid Banks would talk about the idea that all insecurity is an illusion creating by thought. I remember thinking to myself even if that was 10% true I know my life would be 100% different.” (3:31)
“In that quietness, inside you have the experience of literally the world stopping for a split second, the world you are creating stopping for a split second and all I can say is when that happens you’re seeing the world without the lens of all that conditioning and thinking, so you are seeing the world as it truly is and that seeing becomes the guide of your life.” (11:33)
“Not only does understanding spread as people listen and hear or are interested it also spreads generationally. Generations to come from all the people we know that have gained understanding will be different and that because we know how families grow is an incredible exponential force.” (46:35)