Human Trinity Principles (HTP)

Trinity means an inseparable three-in-one and the human trinity is body-mind-spirit. The Human Trinity Principles are based on the concept that we are made up of body-mind-spirit and that therapy is quicker, more permanent and effective when all three aspects are worked with. We use the Celtic Triquetra as a symbol (below) which is an eternity knot representing the three-in-one.

The ideas of HTP grew and developed from Miriam’s work as a psychotherapist over 25 years. Today HTP philosophy underpins books, workbook, the Life Awakening life review and therapy sessions.

A key principle is the idea of being fully invested in who we are rather than striving to be who we are not.

“It is better to live your own destiny imperfectly

than to live an imitation of somebody else’s life with perfection.”

AnonymousThe Bhagavad Gita


Life Awakening Course with the Human Trinity Principles

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Life Transitions

Click there to see how HTP might help you be more true to yourself during life transitions.

Inclusive Body-Mind-Spirit therapy sessions

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The Origins of HTP

Miriam has worked a long time with the Mind-Body link (see August’s Body-Mind workshop for instance) and with the Mind-Spirit link (she is influenced by her studies of psychosynthesis among other approaches). Following some work with a Jill at Soulistic Therapy looking at responses to trauma, the whole project exploded into an inspiring and awesome set of new and original concepts, one after another arising in discussion and it was realised that this approach was not for simply for trauma but for life, life changes and life review.

Miriam is writing a book explaining these Principles and the ideas of the Trinity Triquetra (that’s the Celtic Symbol you see used here), the Viewing Platform which arises from a natural function (usually brought about by trauma and change) and the ways in which therapists and disciplines across the body-mind-spirit spectrum can collaborate and work together for the best good of a client.

The model is deeply person centred as the ‘experts’ co-operate from a horizontal model rather than a hierarchical model and the chief expert is the seeker. The whole book cannot be explained here and it will be published in the summer of 2015.

In the meantime if you are interested our first practical application of the Human Trinity Principles is live and active in the LIFE AWAKENING course which is a Life Review with a difference as it is an HTP life review. Blue Skies and Soulistic Therapy have taken the HTP concepts and collaborated on devising a Life Review programme which has been trialled throughout 2013 and 2014 with groups and individuals. Taking our experience of body-mind-spirit studies and practice and combining it with our experience teaching, lecturing, writing, leading University programmes has given us the opportunity to offer a course of depth, quality and originality.




Derby Talks 2013

Miriam from Blue Skies was joined by Jillian from Soulistic Therapy at Derby Talks where they introduced their new approach to Body, Mind, Spirit therapy. Co-created with colleagues, the Human Trinity Principles look at the individual with the depth of psychological work, the breadth of body understanding and the heights of spiritual exploration. Discovering, paying attention to and accepting our uniqueness helps us to be our authentic self.  Click here for a copy of the PowerPoint.


Wake Up! Workshop 2015

Miriam from Blue Skies was joined by Jillian from Soulistic Therapy in Ripley where they introduced their approach to Body, Mind, Spirit therapy to 20 counsellors and therapists.

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