Author and philosopher Sydney Banks once again brings to life his wise and simple gardener as a voice through which Banks presents more implications of the Three Principles that create human reality, calling on us to realize that to fully understand the Principles is to liberate one's spirit. In this sequel to Sydney Banks’ book The Enlightened Gardener, two colleagues return to England to meet once again with the remarkable gardener whose simple yet profound philosophy made such a difference to their lives. Their questions and the gardener’s inspiring answers help the reader gain a deeper understanding of the message of wisdom and hope presented by the Three Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought. First paperback edition; originaly published in hardcover in 2006, 978-1-55105-158-1.
The late Sydney Banks (1931 - 2009) was a well-known author, philosopher and lecturer. He was born in Scotland but spent most of his adult life in Canada's Gulf Islands. Banks's unique philosophy and perceptions have provided new insights in the fields of psychology and education. By applying this profound understanding to their respective fields, a growing number of teachers, doctors and healthcare professionals have experienced significant results in their work and their lives. Banks passed away at his Salt Spring Island home in spring 2009.