24-25 September 2016 - Helsinki, Korjaamo

The Nordic’s Biggest Inside-Out Conference

Clarity – Confidence – Connection – Resilience – Performance Excellence


Unlimited 2016 Helsinki – Do you want to experience more clarity, confidence and freedom to be yourself without doing or changing anything?

Unlimited 2016 Helsinki is a groundbreaking conference in which you will be introduced to an extraordinary new understanding of how life works that turns traditional self-help on its head.

This revolutionary paradigm is built around three simple principles that explain where our feelings come from and how our experience of life can transform for the better in a matter of moments when we have a better understanding of the mind.

This conference helps you discover the inside-out nature of your experience, which is the key to sustainable personal development. Understanding these principles allows you to reconnect with your innate clarity and confidence, access your natural wisdom and guidance, and unleash your limitless creative power.

We are excited to bring together some of the leading pioneers in the field to Helsinki. In UNLIMITED 2016, you will have a unique opportunity to connect with and learn from some of the most renowned state-of-mind trainers in the world and experience your own life-elevating insights along the way.

The path towards a new beginning starts here…

…are you ready to join the ride?


George Pransky

Dr. George Pransky is one of the two professional founders of the understanding of The Principles of Mind, Thought and Consciousness.  He has taught the Principles for over thirty years to individuals, couples, businesses and colleagues.  Dr. Pransky is the author of The Relationship Handbook and over fifty audio recordings.  During his career he has served on the faculty of three graduate universities and continues to pioneer this understanding in new industries.  Currently he is a partner at Pransky and Associates and on the executive committee of the Three Principles Global Community.

George Pransky

Linda Pransky

Linda Pransky went to graduate school at The University of Washington in 1975. She specialized in Psychosocial Nursing, because she had an interest in learning how people change. She learned techniques and approaches to helping people, but nothing seemed long lasting and beneficial. When she met Sydney Banks in 1976 she saw a way for people to really change.  Her vision became one of helping people seek real and long lasting change. Linda is currently on the executive committee of the Three Principles Global Community, faculty member for the One Thought Institute and Partner at Pransky and Associates.

Linda Pransky

Michael Neill

Michael Neill is an internationally renowned transformative coach and the best-selling author of The Inside-Out Revolution, You Can Have What You Want, Supercoach, both the Effortless Success and Coaching from the Inside-Out self study programs. He has spent the past 26 years as a coach, adviser, friend, mentor, and creative spark plug to celebrities, CEOs, royalty, and people who want to get more out of themselves and their lives. He is the also the founder of Supercoach Academy, an international school that certifies coaches in the art and science of transformative coaching. Michael’s books have been translated into 16 languages, and his public talks, retreats, and seminars have touched and transformed lives at the United Nations and on six continents around the world.

Michael’s weekly show, Supercoach is a listener favorite on Hay House Radio and his TEDx talk ‘Why Aren’t We Awesomer?’ has been viewed by over 100,000 people around the world.  You can follow him on Twitter and Facebook.

Michael Neill

Mara Gleason

Mara Gleason is the co-founder of One Thought (www.onethought.com), a global company specializing in the field of state of mind. She is dedicated to helping leaders, businesses, and communities unleash their greatest potential, and lead richer, more productive lives through clearer thinking. One Thought’s diverse client list includes global business executives, Rabbis, teachers, doctors, US military leaders, and even members of the NHL.  Mara is also a founder, and core faculty member of the One Thought Institute, a Three Principles practitioner training program whose graduates have gone on to affect wide-reaching global change. In 2006, Mara earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from Columbia University.  Currently, Mara splits her time between London and her home in Brooklyn, NY. In her spare time, Mara enjoys creating fictional narratives in her head about passengers on the NYC subway, and reading comedic autobiographies that make her laugh out loud on cramped airplanes.

Mara Gleason

Eirik Grunde Olsen

Eirik is the founder of Scandinavia’s first 3P-Academy in Norway. He was introduced to the 3 principles understanding in 2011, and has since been on a continuing journey of discovery that focuses on uncovering the unlimited potential within human beings. What began as an interest soon turned into a way of life, which he now carries onwards to his clients and his community.

Seeing the power of the understanding he quickly let go of all his other previous work as a NLP-Trainer, manual/massage therapist and athletic trainer, to go “all in” for this understanding. Over time this organically evolved into him growing his own private practice and business where he now does 1 on 1, group work, and retreats with his clients via his 3P-Academy. He considers himself a student of the principles, always listening and learning, both from his own wisdom and from the teachers he has been blessed to have an opportunity to learn directly from in the past and present.

Eirik Grunde Olsen

Natasha Swerdloff

Natasha Swerdloff is a business consultant and psychotherapist based in Denmark. She has been self-employed since 1996 and delivers trainings, executive coaching and speaks at conferences all over the world. She owns The Principles Institute and has worked with thousands of people over the years providing organizational development, consulting, training and coaching with a Three Principle-based approach.

Natasha enjoys industry-wide recognition for her programs and among her clients are leading industrial and technological companies, as well as public sector organizations. She teaches what it takes to be resilient and agile in the face of today’s business challenges and rapidly changing environments. Natasha is the co-author of the book “Coming Home” that she has written with Dr. Dicken Bettinger.

Natasha Swerdloff

Niko Leppänen

Niko is a mental performance coach, trainer and inspirational speaker. He is also the founder of the UNLIMITED conferences and the co-founder of the 3P-Academy in Finland. Niko’s long time interest in mental and physical wellbeing eventually brought him across the inside-out understanding of life and he hasn’t looked back since. For the past three years, he has been fortunate to learn about this revolutionary understanding directly from some of the most renowned teacher’s and trainers in the world.

Niko is passionate about helping individuals to realise the true source of their experience and tap into the limitless creative potential that rests within every human being. Given Niko’s background as a person with limited physical mobility, his simple message touches people in a inspiring and uplifting way. In his spare time, Niko enjoys watching sports, consuming tv-shows and movies and  pursuing potential date companions on Tinder.

Niko Leppänen

Charlotta Åström-Lynch

Charlotta has been interested in holistic wellbeing since her childhood and teenage years. In addition to wanting to help people with their physical health, she has searched for the keys to people’s mental and emotional wellbeing.

In this endeavor she has studied and used a wide range of methods over the years, including yoga, homeopathy, Jungian psychology and dream work, EFT and emotional release work, different types of journey work as well as Hakomi psychotherapy in which she received a degree from the method’s late founder, Ron Kurtz, in 2009.

In spite of many experiences of healing and achievement of greater ease, nothing, however, seemed to consistently and to 100% explain the source and maintenance of mental/emotional suffering. Not until in 2010 when she came across the Three Principles as described by the late Sydney Banks. The Three Principles of Universal Mind, Thought and Consciousness is by far the single most useful thing Charlotta and thousands of others across the world have ever come across for the promotion of mental/emotional wellbeing and healing. Charlotta studied the principles with The Insight Space in England and Ireland and graduated as a certified Three Principles Facilitator in June 2014.

Charlotta Åström-Lynch


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– FAQ –

Who is this conference for?

The conference is open for anyone regardless of age, gender, race, etc. The event is for anyone who is interested in learning more about how their mind works and how we all create our unique experience of life from the inside-out.

What will I experience and get from the conference?

UNLIMITED 2016 is a special kind of conference in the sense that, unlike in conventional personal development seminars, you will not be given any tools, techniques or “good ideas” to implement in order to feel better and be more awesome. Instead you’ll be pointed to a different direction. You’ll be guided to the source of all of your feeling states which helps you see that YOU ARE ALREADY AWESOME and that you already have everything you’ll ever need to thrive in life. For many, finding out about the inside-out understanding of the human experience has been the final stop in the search for that “something”.

As with anything in life, the better you understand how something works, the more easily you can use it for its full potential. That also applies to the greatest asset we all have – our minds. The “by-product” of gaining a deeper understanding of the mind includes:

• A richer experience of the everyday life via a less cluttered and noisy mind
• A deeper sense of connection to other people and to oneself
• The ability to keep one’s bearing in the midst of challenging circumstances and navigate through the ups and down of life with greater ease
• More confidence, motivation and inspiration to make lasting changes and create something new
• The trust that things will work out anyway or another regardless of current situation
What is the schedule for the event?
We will kick-off the day around 9.30am, stop for lunch around 1pm and wrap up around 5pm on both days. The final schedule will be published on this site closer to the event.
Do I need to print out my ticket and bring it with me?
You don’t need to print out the ticket. You’ll be automatically registered on our attendee list and you simply need to state your name at the registration desk to get in.
Can I sell my ticket or get a refund in case I don’t make it?
We do not offer refunds for purchased tickets but it is possible to either give or sell your ticket to another person. In case you do this, please notify us about the new owner of the ticket by sending an email to [email protected]
What do I need to bring to the event?
The only thing you’ll need in this event is a pair of ears and an open mind. You can leave your notebooks and pencils at home!
Is lunch included in the conference admission?
Lunch is not included in the admission. However, we will serve non-stop coffee and tea as well as some snacks throughout the event free of charge. There is a buffee restaurant and a Sushi bar at the venue from which you can buy yourself lunch. There are also plenty of restaurants, coffee shops and stores nearby.
Can you recommend any hotels nearby?

There are two good hotels within a 15 minute walking distance from the venue. These are Scandic Park Helsinki and Crowne Plaza. We recommend searching sites like www.booking.com , www.hotels.com or www.trivago.com for best deals.


For budget travellers, we recommend checking sites like https://www.airbnb.co.uk or www.hostels.com for beds in shared rooms.

How can a find the venue?

Korjaamo Cultural Factory is located within 20 minute walking distance (about 2 kilometres) from Helsinki Central Station at the heart of the city. We encourage you to come either by foot or bike or use public transportation. We have listed below some options for public transportation.


The easiest way to get to Korjaamo is by tram. Several tram lines stop at Mannerheimintie, which is within five minute walking distance from Korjaamo. If you are coming from the city centre, lines 2, 4, 4T, 7A/B, 10 run from the city centre towards Korjaamo.  The nearest stop is called Töölön halli.

If you are coming from the direction of Pasila train station, take tram number 7A/ or 7B towards Senaatintori and hop off at Töölön kisahalli.


Several bus lines run from Helsinki city centre towards Korjaamo. The nearest bus stop is called Töölön kisahalli. If you are coming from Pasila train station, you can take the bus number 69, 848 or 848Z and hop off at Töölön kisahalli.

You can use this site to plan your journey: http://www.reittiopas.fi/en/


Get a cab by calling 0100-0700 in Helsinki, 0100-7300 in Vantaa (airport).


Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions, queries or comments about the event.

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