Monday Morning Medicine: Taking Quiet Time

Posted by Trevor on 17 December 2012 | 2 Comments

Monday Morning Medicine: Taking Quiet Time sunsetDo you have that ‘Monday Morning Feeling’? Facing another week doing something that doesn’t completely inspire you? You know you have the potential to be more, but it just hasn’t worked out yet. Whether you need a little inspiration or encouragement toward reinventing your life, Monday Morning Medicine is just what the Doctor ordered.

Have you read about taking quiet time?  Do you find yourself struggling to make this a part of your life?  Allowing your brain to have this “down time” is so important. Today’s podcast will help you learn why.

2 Comments

  1. There is a reason why meditation has been so popular for centuries. We all need that quiet time to restart ourselves for the grind of our weeks sometimes.

    • Trevor says:

      I would like to draw a distinction between meditation and taking quiet time. They aim for different things. By all means meditate, but taking quiet time is not about slowing the brain down and achieving enlightenment. It is about allowing the brain, the mind, to transcend, to work at its normal speed, undistracted by everyday tasks. It is the opposite of the typical meditation practice although TM practitioners will easily recognize its purpose. Taking quiet time is not about going within but allowing the brain, the mind, to expand and connect with everything. This is not esoteric but scientific. Please consider listening to my podcast on the Higgs Bosun as it is a critical clue as to why taking quiet time works.

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