TROM-l is a mailing list concerned with the self-help book
The Resolution of Mind, by Dennis Stephens. The routine
consists of 5 levels. The first one, not always necessary,
requires the assistance of an experienced person, but the
other levels one can do on ones own. The purpose of this
list is to relay comments, pose questions, and relay advice,
amongst people who are engaged in or interested in, TROM.
TROM is available free for downloading at the following sites:
The TROM books are now available in Kindle and Print formats at www.Amazon.com with this web address
This TROM list was started about 1994,
shortly after TROM was published. It was busy
for a while, and then some months passed with
nothing appearing on it. In the middle of 1997 it
was switched to a different list-server (Majordomo),
Ant Phillips took over, and started sending regularly
collections of previously sent despatches.
Ant passed the Administrator job to Pete McLaughlin in 2008.
The list now operates on the basis that it gets
a replay occaisonally, and people are free to
send in the wins, progress and questions
concerning TROM. If they submit questions,
hopefully another list member will answer.
There are about eighty people on the list,
some from non-English speaking countries.
The replays, now being done a fourth or fifth
time have their number prefixed with a "B"
as their content order is different from the first
replay sent out in 1997
***NOTE The list is unmoderated, but on joining the list you will be put on moderate mode, and should send a letter, to the list address email@example.com ,introducing yourself, with first and last name, location, and something of your experience or lack of it with TROM.
Have fun TROMing, and feel free write in wins and queries.
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