What is Timeline Therapy
Timeline therapy was developed by Dr Tad James; Time Line Therapy ™ techniques enable you to eliminate a wide variety of issues in your past, which allows you to move forward toward your goals and desires. Time Line Therapy ™ is a collection of techniques that will allow you to gain emotional control over your life.
Time Line Therapy ™ has become widely known as one of the most effective methods for creating quick comfortable and lasting changes. Combining their advanced expertise in Time Line ™ with advanced levels of NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and Hypnosis.
Why use Timeline Therapy?
Timeline therapy is an excellent set of techniques to use with the following:-
* Release overwhelming emotions and feelings
* Change limiting beliefs/decisions
* Release anxiety
* Set and achieve goals or outcomes
* create the future you want now
How does Timeline Therapy work?
We all have unconscious Timelines, you could say they are responsible for the way you store your memories in your unconscious mind. Understanding of these timelines also describes the way you know subconsciously the difference between a memory and a future dream.
What will be the result of Timeline Therapy?
The various changes in an individual take place at an unconscious level. Conscious decisions to change need to be implemented at this level. The Time Line Therapy ™ process allows you to work at the unconscious level to release the effects of negative beliefs, decisions and emotions arising from past experiences.
It can bring changes in "inappropriate" programming in minutes rather than days, months or years. As a therapist, I continue to be amazed at the speed and potency of Timeline therapy, as do those who I'm working with. overwhelming emotional reactions such as unreasonable sadness, anger, depression, anxiety and fear hurt and guilt are responsible for preventing people from achieving what they want in life.
What are limiting decisions or limiting beliefs?
Limiting decisions/beliefs, such as "I'm not good enough", "I'm not loveable", "I’m not clever enough" or "I'll never trust again" create false limitations and hamper your ability to create reachable and attainable goals and outcomes.