Jack Pransky wrote this, and he is right.
”The wrong idea about the Principles
See, a lot of people get the wrong idea about the Principles. A fellow in the training told me he heard my webinar on Supermind, when I had admitted I was anxious about something, and he was part of the discussion group afterwards (after I’d left) and he told me someone had “taken me to task” for feeling anxious; implying that with my alleged understanding of the principles I should be peaceful and happy all the time (like he was). I wish he’d taken me to task when I was still on the webinar so I could have straightened him out.
The Three Principles are not prescriptive; they are descriptive.
They simply describe how our experience of life is created. So long as I know my feelings of devastation are coming from me and not from my loss, I am safe, and my level of consciousness rises. So long as I know that my thinking can and will change and I am not stuck with how I’m feeling at that time, my level of consciousness rises. So long as I know that beyond all of it deep inside my soul I am whole and complete and are pure peace of mind, pure love and wisdom, my level of consciousness rises. It happens on its own and more well-being comes. A lot of people get the wrong idea.”