Prolympian Principles


Prolympian Principles


Every person associated with Prolympian International, Inc. is asked to abide by our ethics code as your way of contributing to our mission. The Prolympian co-founders are determined to make the needed effort to learn and teach others how to end the negative effects of multi-generational trauma like PTSD; and to do so in this generation, so that we can teach these methods to all future generations.


PROLYMPIAN PRINCIPLES OF BEING


  1. Every human being is entitled and deserving of our deepest regard for their well being.
  2. Humanity’s mistakes are part of the human evolutionary process of learning to learn to learn.
  3. Accepting responsibility is the source of learning how to gain the “ability to respond” to needs effectively and, with persistent practice, to do so efficiently.
  4. Discipline is more effective than punishment at getting the positive results that teach any individual to value the wisdom of being “responsive” rather than “reactive”.
  5. Discipline promotes the achievement of true “self-reliance” for everyone of any age.
  6. Humans need to learn to learn how to value the capacity to choose by learning to comprehend what is a true choice.
  7. Refrain from returning to the “warring ways” of the past, as an individual and a community.
  8. Resist using violence; and do stand for resolutions without misusing the quest for peace; both personal and universal.
  9. Learn to lay down the stories that limit the ability to benefit from the truth.
  10. “Prolympian” means the persistent effort to transform survival based weapon skills into tools for thriving. For example, words can be used as weapons or tools.