The Present Moment in One Word: MOTION!
A lot has been going on here at The Practicing Mind Institute, and I'm happy to share all the moves we've been making!
I've had a lot of great opportunities lately, between working on a new book (details below!), and I even just got back from a great speaking event.

I have a lot of exciting things coming up. I'll be writing online articles about applying precepts from my books into your life for sites like Dr. Laura, The Huffington Post,, Dr. Oz, eHarmony and more! I'll make sure to share the articles with you as they become available, and I know you'll find them useful as well.

I'll be in the Sacramento area for a week in the beginning of July working with more groups, and I've been doing a lot of personal coaching. Being able to sit with people one-on-one and really help them look at their individual situation has been amazing, and even personally rewarding for me to see the progress they make in their lives.

If you have any questions about personal coaching or speaking events, get in touch with me and I'm happy to help you figure out your first steps in achieving a Quiet Mind.
Fully Engaged_ Using the Practicing Mind in Daily Life
Fully Engaged is now available for pre-order!
I've been working really hard on getting out a follow-up book to The Practicing Mind. The feedback from TPM was so amazing and I'm so grateful for everyone who has joined the Institute and really embraced change.

Fully Engaged will answer a lot of questions that you, our community, had after reading TPM. I'm working hard with editors to make this book amazing, and I hope you are as excited as I am!

Learn More or Pre-Order on Amazon

"We may understand the steps to reach a goal, but until we see how to accomplish those steps with the least amount of effort and without a sense of struggle, we'll avoid taking them. In order to fully engage in those steps, we must cultivate two aspects of our personalities, the "observer" and the "creative" personas, which will allow us to detach for a moment to better evaluate what is needed in each moment to work toward our potential." -Tom
Peace Always, and a Quiet Mind
Thomas M Sterner

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