The latest development in NLP, Time Line Therapy™ techniques are a unique and unmatched method for creating powerful change in therapy.
Time Line Therapy™ utilizes a person’s own internal “Time Line” to work with their unconscious mind in a variety of ways; including, healing emotional traumas and eradicating unwanted thoughts, emotions and behaviors as well as creating a compelling future.
YOUR TIME LINE
Who are you if not your collection of memories? For almost 100 years, psychologists have agreed that our past experiences do determine who we are, and how we act. Memories are recorded and stored as we age and with time they have more and more influence on us. Our Time Line is the index to the memory encoding of the unconscious mind, and it is usually wholly unconscious.
THE UNCONSCIOUS MIND
In the context of Time Line Therapy™, the words "unconscious mind" are not intended to signify anything mysterious or unusual, simply the part of your mind of which you are not aware of until brought into conscious awareness. Your unconscious mind is a very important part of you. It's the part of your mind that you talk to on a regular basis, stores all of your memories, words you know how to spell, runs your body, and "triggers" us when we are not at ease with something.
Your unconscious mind is the source of all learning, all behavior, and all change
LEARNING: Your unconscious mind is the part of you that learns, not your conscious mind. Now, you may have thought that you learned consciously in the past, and although your learning has to go through the conscious mind, it is your unconscious mind that remembers everything. Everything, once learned, resides in the unconscious mind.
Think about all the things you have ever learned. Until the subject was mentioned, how many of them did you remember consciously? Probably none. If you had to remember all the phone numbers you know consciously, there wouldn't be enough room for anything else, would there? All learning takes place at the unconscious level.
The last time you drove somewhere by yourself, how conscious of it were you? Do you remember the whole trip? Or did you forget a portion of the drive from point A to point B? If you did, your unconscious mind was driving the car while you were consciously off somewhere else in your head.
CHANGE: Think of a bad habit you wanted to change in the past. Was it easy? Probably not. Most people find it hard to change a bad habit. For them it's something that takes time. In the real world, change isn't always that easy. Many people go on doing the same things over and over, year after year and they complain about it. If change isn't that easy for us, it is simply because we need new internal resources.
Your unconscious mind cannot process a negative in consciousness. In fact, you cannot think about what you don't want without thinking about it. For example, if I said, "Don't think about a blue tree," what are you thinking about? Unless you were semantically trained, you are probably thinking about a blue tree. Even though you were asked not to.
Learn how to champion your emotions and send the right messages to your unconscious mind to ensure emotional freedom and success.
What Negative Emotions Do To Us
Negative emotions block the flow of energy in the body.
The latest thinking in quantum biology indicates that emotions trapped in the body have the real possibility of creating functional blockages in the neurology, the nervous system, so trapped emotions could actually cause the brain to send wrong signals to the various organs in the body, or perhaps no signals at all. That means that trapped emotions in the body, which we haven't let go of, can be not only the source of discomfort, but also the source of other physical problems like heart attack. Stress affects the body and most stress comes from thoughts.
Ten years ago, the Journal of the American Medical Association acknowledged that negative emotions can play a role in dis-ease. In a 30-year retrospective study of Type-A behavior, it was pointed out that the major contributing factor was anger. In the original study, done 30 years ago, Type-A Behavior was described as the "Hard-driving executive, working long hours, competitive, stressed out and angry. Well, this recent study indicated that it's not the long hours, it's not the stress, it's not the hard work, it's not the competition, it's the anger that causes heart attack.
Second, negative emotions block the flow of success and keeps us from achieving our goals. How many times has anger gotten in your way when you wanted to communicate something to a friend, co-worker or even worse, a close family member? Probably too often. By working with Time Line Therapy, you can change your time line to include positive emotional and mental messages for your future. You can come to believe that you will succeed and have strong, healthy relationships. Positive thoughts breed real and positive results.