Putting together the pieces

Putting together the Pieces: Making Sense of My Life Who of us hasn’t at times asked ourselves, “Why do I never seem to get around to doing what I most want to do?” or, “How did I get myself into this mess again! I promised myself I’d stop!” After forty plus years of seeking answers through various therapies, spiritual practices, a degree in psychology, sociology and eventually a Master of Divinity degree, Tamera Helms found […]

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LIBERATED !

…this word so beautifully describes how I feel after attending a 3Keys Model Workshop, followed by actively and honestly participating in intensive sessions, and now continuing to apply the tools and skills I began learning as a result. I knew that the 3Keys Model was going to be effective for me after beginning to read about it and do some of the exercises on my own before the workshop. But I had no idea how […]

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Practitioner of the month: Tamera Helms

As we get a little further along into 2017 and continue to reflect on who and where we want to be in the months ahead, we continue our podcast series with 3Keys practitioners. This month, we bring you the unique insights of Tamera Helms, who shares with us some of her personal journey through her own 3Keys process. In particular, this is a great podcast for those of you interested in finding out more about how personality tools such as […]

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Free Will, Perception and Personality Type

3Keys founder Pat Wyman deconstructs the notion of ‘free will’ as it is popularly understood, inviting a new understanding of it that can help to unlock our rational facility to choose in stressful situations. In working with clients over the years, the topic of “choice” or “free will” has come up consistently.  Women come to see me wracked with guilt over things they have done recently or even decades ago. We address and work through those […]

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A Tale of Two Selfies: My 3Keys Story

One client shares the story of how her life did a 180-turn through the 3Keys process, underpinned by her own determination to let her gifts and true Soul shine. According to Charles Dickens, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” So pull up a comfy chair, and let me tell you what my two selfies looks like.  First off, I need to decide which “selfie” I will write about.  Should I […]

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And the winner is… personality type in the U.S. presidential race

By anyone’s account, the U.S. election year of 2016 has been interesting. Every day has brought a new turn of events, surprise and/or absurdity. As someone who is fascinated by personality type, I have found it interesting to see which types have attracted the most interest. In 2008, Barak Obama and Hillary Clinton, both Enneagram Threes, battled it out for the Democratic nomination. Subsequently, in 2012, Obama squared off with another Three, Mitt Romney. The […]

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Podcast: Interview with 3Keys founder, Pat Wyman

In this exclusive podcast, Pat shares with us her journey towards developing the model that has changed thousands of lives, and inspired many others to contribute their own gifts towards healing practices. Throughout the interview, she discusses the most common fears and questions that people have when considering doing intense ‘inner work’ such as that offered by 3Keys. Enjoy! If you’re interested in finding out more about how 3Keys work could benefit you, do get in […]

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We’re All Disabled Ducks

 3Keys practitioner Jill Morgan reflects on the scars that both animals and humans can bear, and how we have the choice of whether or not to heal ours. I recently moved to Minneapolis, MN from Tucson, AZ. While there were many reasons for this relocation, a major factor was simply that my soul no longer resonated with the hot, desert climate, yearning instead for grass, big trees, water, and four seasons. That’s why I take exceptional pleasure […]

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Swim Hilary….. swim!

THE PLIGHT OF A THINKING FEMALE By Pat Wyman I was first made aware of the challenges Thinking women and Feeling men confront in our culture by the late Otto Kroeger many years ago.  Otto was brilliant in his ability to maximize the benefits of the MBTI® by combining it with the attributes of Temperament.  Because I have several Thinking women in my family, his exploration of this topic made a lasting impression on me. […]

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Emotions and Illness

By Pat Wyman I have often wondered how scientific findings correspond with what I have witnessed as a clinical psychotherapist. Interestingly, the language and treatment may seem different but the findings are very similar.  Many scientists believe that the underlying cause of most disease is stress. It can be fatigue, job pressure, relationship tensions and more. Setting aside environmental toxins, birth defects and physical trauma, illness generally begins with perception that leads to stress. I […]

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