Monday Morning Medicine Podcast: Reminders of the Key Disciplines for Success with Three Simple Steps

Posted by Trevor on 16 February 2015 | 12 Comments

Happy Monday morning everyone

IMG_0679Here is a podcast with reminders of the key principles of TSS. Whether you are new to TSS or a veteran of two years you will find this synopsis valuable.

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  1. Patting myself on the back.
    It is great to share information that helps people to live their fullest.
    Educational, empowering, and inspirational.


  2. wendy says:

    It’s always a Happy Monday Morning when there’s a podcast from you, Trevor. As a person who learns best
    by hearing things, it’s so helpful to hear your friendly voice and simple (though not easy!) message. My ‘life depends on this’ is the best reminder for me today. Thanks for sharing this synopsis – and for the challenge!
    All the best to you and wizards everywhere.

  3. Just got my weekly dose of motivation! Thank you Trevor 🙂
    Before 3 simple steps, I’ve practiced ‘feeling’ the emotions of love, joy and peace. for at least 20 years. I do it several times a day, and always feel energized from it.
    Thank you for reminding me to practice imaging a movie of my perfect life.
    I’m going to add to my ’emotions’ practice, a movie of my perfect day 🙂

  4. Bob says:

    Thanks for the review of the reason why we are doing this and encouragement to us all who are practicing TSS. Happy Monday to all and to all a wonderful week!

  5. Jose Mota says:

    A very Happy Monday Morning indeed. Great summary, great energy & good vibes. Thanks and have a great week as well.

  6. Jeff says:

    Hi Trev,

    Proud that I’ve stayed the course regardless of challenges that have arisen! Looking forward to continuing on the journey.



    • Trevor says:

      From ‘Bob’ on the forum:

      For those who may feel distracted with “invading thoughts” when taking quiet time, I’ve started to listen to instrumental meditation music via headphones connected to my phone. I find that having rythmic, instrumental music helps me to relax my thoughts by focusing on the music. I’ve always been a music enthusiast and this is where is comes in quite handy.

      If you have an android or iphone, there is an app called “Calm” which is free and they provide nearly two dozen different meditational music tracks to use and even a timer tool to notify you if you want to have a preset time for TQT. I find this as one technique to help me de-focus my thinking and hope that you may find it helpful as well.


  7. Luis Rios says:

    Trevor ,

    Thank you for the continued support on our journey.


  8. Gail says:

    Excellent review, Trevor, and so needed. The key, as you said, is discipline. It is easier to put Quiet Time until later in the day, and then is sometimes forgotten. I love the simplicity of the 4 rules you gave today. It again reinforces the value and necessity of not deviating from what I so believe. I thank you very much for your Monday Morning Messages. Please know how very much they are appreciated!!

  9. DJ says:

    thank you… it does help to have reinforcement!

  10. Ching says:

    Just want to give thanks here. I stumbled upon “Three Simple Steps” on my local public library. And I am on my journey starting now years later. Happy I found you guys 🙂

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