The Principles of TPM:LEVEL ONE
TRAINING TIME INVESTMENT: This section of training has approximately 100 total pages of text. There are about 40 pages in the “Belief Series” and about 60 pages in all of the other articles. You should be able to read through the “Belief Series” in less than two hours and read through the remaining articles in less than three. The videos will vary in length so you should plan accordingly.
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Our negative emotion is flowing from our heart belief.
TPM contains many different paradigm shifts that the one being trained may need to make.
Everything that occurs in a ministry session is dependent upon our belief and choice.
The fruit of the Spirit is the fruit of the Spirit and not ours to do.
There is never any need for Jesus or anyone to ever rescue a person from anything during a ministry session.
Our emotions expose our belief.
Negative emotion provides us great benefit when we understand its purpose.
TPM is too often mistakenly viewed as a “recovery” program focused on people with particular habits, hurts, and hang-ups.
This Belief Series provides vital information for understanding belief in the context of TPM.
Memory helps us to understand how we came to believe what we believe and why we feel what we feel.
Memory is very important in TPM, but is a problem needing to be fixed.
Jesus does not ever take people to memories in a ministry session.
Until we are aware of our “triggers” we cannot move forward in finding freedom.
Many people are totally unaware that they are triggered.
As we slow things down and choose to observe ourselves, the more we will realize just how often we are operating on lies and not the truth.
Belief is the lens through which we interpret life.
TPM is a “tool” with a specific purpose. It is not a “fix all” for all that ails us.
There are many ministry models out there, but they are not TPM.
Sometimes what we feel that we think is compassion may be something else.
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