TSM operates on the premise that in this moment, right here and now, we are already whole, complete, and perfect. It's just that our ego-based mind keeps us from realizing this. Our mind constantly tells us what's missing in our life, instead of what we already have. Our mind lives in either the past or the future, instead of in the present moment. All the power we need is in the present moment. So basically the ego-based mind is developed through social conditioning, stemming back to early childhood. Don't get me wrong, the mind can be very useful, in planning and achieving our goals, and in learning from the past, but most people are controlled by their minds, instead of them controlling the mind. TSM also teaches that we are not our minds. Who we are contains the mind. The mind and body are just instruments, they are not who we are, although we are responsible for them.
TSM is very simple. The most simple technique I've ever tried. It simply involves asking yourself questions, and has an interesting take on affirmations.
The benefits I've had from the program are tremendous. I pretty much feel good all the time. I feel like I can tackle anything I put my mind to. I'm mostly productive throughout the day and I never get bored anymore. I have fun in what I do and I love every moment of my life. My coping skills for life's surprises are very effective. I'm also more loving towards other people and especially myself. Life is beautiful now.
By the way I'm not an affiliate of TSM so you won't be seeing any affiliate links here. I just feel like sharing this to people, about which self-help product has been the turning point to a better life for me.