Thursday, December 20, 2012

Stop dependency with TLT



Are you alcohol dependent? Do you always seek for a bottle of cold beer or a glass of scotch on the rocks whenever you feel like the world is going against you? Are you one to stock a pile in your pantry? If yes, then you seriously need to read this.

We all have encumbrances and challenges to face; we must also be resilient enough to find ways to overcome them and live the life that we have always wanted. However, humans as we are, we greatly appreciate temporary comfort, thus we always acknowledge immediate happiness rather than seek for the real deal. In other words, we’d rather be happy now and deal with the problem later.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Inspiring the self to inspire with the help TLT (Time Line Therapy®)



Do you often wonder how you ended up this way? Have you questioned yourself about your life and why you have not lived the life you have always wanted? If yes, fret not; you still have time to change. 
For as long as you are breathing and able to see the world around you, there is hope. There is a definite light at the end of the tunnel that would enable you to see beyond the horizon and experience life accordingly. Life is not someone else’s masterpiece, nor a project at hand, it is an individual mission that needs to be fulfilled and satisfied according to how you want to live. In other words, you are the master of your fate and the quintessential captain of your ship.

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Getting back on track with TLT (Time Line Therapy® )



Do you always find yourself sulking over a petty problem? Have you been munching on those potato chips all day long while slouched on the couch? How many pints of ice cream have you devoured in the past 3 hours? Are you trying to throw your life away?

It is of no contest that we are but limited. We have the tendency to yearn for temporary happiness, and thus submit our selves to anything that could make us happy. It is of no surprise that we opt to believe in the power of material things than in our own capacity to surpass and overcome whatever circumstance we might face. In other words, we do not believe that we can do it, thus we always end up frustrated.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Talking Like a Pro with TLT (Time Line Therapy®)


I am one of those who get easily annoyed whenever people start asking questions that they already know the answer to. I mean, I am not intellectually endowed nor am I dumb, but I know when to ask a question and when not to.

I know I have to learn how to control my emotions when it comes to my dealings with others, but oftentimes I easily get ticked off because of their attitude. I have been caught in situations wherein I badly need to escape, but because I think of their welfare more than my own, I opt to stay and prolong the agony. No, do not get me wrong; I value my friends and the people I meet and talk to, it’s just that I also have to keep my sanity intact whenever I talk to them.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Making my way downtown with Time Line Therapy®


I am not one to confide my emotions and feelings to others. I would rather keep it to myself and resolve it alone. Sharing what and how I feel is not something I am comfortable of doing. Do not get me wrong, I am not a loner or even an island, I just want to keep things to myself. I believe that some things are better kept private than be shared.




Most often than not, those who listen to us end up either with us or against us. “With us” connotes a positive feeling of sympathy wherein he shares a certain degree of intimacy in relation to the problem on hand while the latter implies a shrug off feeling wherein he just plainly listens or exudes a “I do not care” attitude.  Indeed, the difference is incomparable. 

Sunday, December 9, 2012

Celebrating life with Time Line Therapy®



Have you ever been intrigued with how others have become? To be able to live the life they have always wanted and be at par with what the society dictates—it something that each of us aspires for. We may not be able to attain such in a year’s time, but the moment we do, the feeling of ecstasy impacts us more than we could ever imagine. 

For us, to live the life we have always wanted warrants control and discipline. In other words, the moment we learn how to control our lives, we begin to unveil and imbibe the positivity that we need in order to be the persons we have always wanted to be. The yearning or curiosity we posses enables us to drive our innate self towards the fulfillment of our goals and objectives. 

Thursday, December 6, 2012

With a smile with Time Line Therapy®


SMILE NLP

Have you ever wished you had the power to control your emotions? Hold off any tears from rolling down your eyes and teach yourself to be numb of the pain that comes with it? In other words, have you wished you were dumb and numb for a minute to devoid your self of unwarranted feelings?

Emotional bandwagon is the worst but most rewarding experience any one of us could undergo. One moment you feel all broken up in gazillion pieces and then you would be back on track the next time around. It allows you to feel the pain and let it linger a little too long in your system and once you fall really hard, it makes you see the brighter picture and you are transformed into a whole new person.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

How life would be with Time Line Therapy®


You do wish you were someone else, don’t you?

Humans as we are, we always crave for something we do not have. At times, we yearn for the impossible. Though there is always that possibility for the impossible, most often than not, we hurt ourselves in the process of unmasking the possibility of the impossible.

The interplay of emotions and intellectual discourse between the conscious and subconscious affect the way we perceive the world. In the process, we misinterpret words and misunderstand gestures that at the end of the day, we end up frustrated and angry. Not only with those we are communicating with but more so with ourselves. We lose focus and control thus we end up feeling aggravated.

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Good-bye means hello in Time Line Therapy® parlance



What makes you say goodbye? Is it the sadness that other people bring upon your life or is it your own doing? Do you feel like your subconscious is full of past experiences that you need to unload?

Life is full of what-ifs and what-nots. It is as mysterious as the long and winding road song from the Beatles and even Plato could not define what life is all about. In other words, it is as unfathomable as the world’s largest cave and deeper than the deepest part of the vast ocean.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Heartbroken not allowed in Time Line Therapy®



Getting your heart broken by the very person who made you believe in love is one of the worst feelings anyone could ever feel. Shattered would have to be an understatement as you would feel all broken, disturbed, and confused inside. Emotional outbursts would hinder you from being logical and rational, thus impair your capacity to intellectually decipher the situation you are in.

You become lost and bewildered as you try to rationalize on the rationality of your status. Trying to comprehend the situation implies your desire to understand the reason behind it all. Things do not normally happen without a reason, thus digging deeper into the subconscious would enable you to understand the rationale behind your current condition.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Flipping life for the better with the aid of Time Line Therapy®


According to studies, we have a certain psychological pyramid that we need to climb in order to actualize our existence. Psychologists believe that climbing up the ladder would warrant maturity and a deeper sense of self-understanding in an individual. It would make him susceptible to change, and thus able to realize his very existence.
courtesy of  www.sciencedaily.com

To be aware of the self means to be one with the innate self. The development of the innate self warrants a thorough and deep understanding. In other words, the innate self requires a deeper sense of action that appertains to the involvement and participation of the subconscious.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Be inspired to be in love; learn how through Time Line Therapy®



Have you ever felt like giving up on love? Could you no longer handle an emotional roller coaster ride and thereinafter end up vomiting from too many emotional outbursts?

Love comes and goes. It is like the wind; you can feel it, but you can never control it. Much like our emotions, we can never learn how to control it and hold onto it by the neck – we either run aground or overhead when we are emotionally distraught. Simply put, we feel hopeless whenever we venture into an emotional situation.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Satisfying and enriching the self with the help of Time Line Therapy®



Sometimes it pays to be numb and dumb at the same time. At times, I opt to be alone and think about life on my own. “Me Time” has been my constant companion and has enabled me to be in touch with myself more than I should.

I admit that I always seek for some alone and quality time. I believe in enriching myself with the world, which makes me feel accepted, as well as receptive to all around me. I do not want to deprive myself of the world, thus I aim to strengthen my own self without needing to be with another.

Do not get me wrong; I want to feel loved and be able to love back, but I also seek to empower my innate self to lead me to live my life the way I want it. Perfectness for me is to be able to teach my self to act accordingly– uniformity may not be a quintessential life requirement, but I teach myself such in order to control my life.

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Loving the self genuinely through Time Line Therapy®



Have you ever been in love? Felt all so emotional that your intellect and emotions could no longer meet halfway? More so, have you questioned yourself why you fell in love when you undeniably told yourself no to?

Feeling something special or a strong emotional attachment towards a particular person exemplifies the fact that you care. The care you feel may not be as superficial as that of “friendship care”, but rather a much stronger feeling that directs towards love. Yes, love – the most confusing feeling in the world.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Time Line Therapy® made me fall in love all over again



The moment you fall in love, everything becomes perfect. Details of nonsensical value invade your rationality as you become blinded by your emotions.  You lose your rationality in lieu of the world thus preempting your ability to unlock the great mystery behind love itself.

Falling in love is easy; it is the falling out of love that is not. It takes away your emotional stability that invokes you to become shortly blinded by the interplay of feelings and sensations that hinder you from understanding the whole situation. Given the circumstances, we become engrossed with whatever we are feeling that we tend to dissuade from our innate yearnings.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

There is no stopping us with Time Line Therapy®



We all have our purpose. We have our dreams, goals, objectives and aspirations in life that enables us to live our life the way it is now.  Past, present and future circumstances all contribute to my quest for a better and well productive life ahead.

Every day is a struggle. We encounter circumstances and events that either make or break us. We may stumble upon new ideas and beliefs and at the same time stagger with age-old practices and notions that once made an impact in our lives. The struggle heightens as we traverse life every single day.

The people we meet, events we encounter and encumbrances we are faced with contribute to how we are to live the life we have now. We may particularly be influenced by some while disheartened by some but, at the end of the day, what matters most is our ability to establish a deeper connection between our conscious and subconscious part of the brain.  

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Seize life with Time Line Therapy®



Aside from the fact that we are intellectually stimulating, we are also sensitive, emotional and melodramatic. We overemphasize on our emotions that we develop a certain knack for disallowing the intellect to make the decisions and let the emotions rule over us. We take intellectual matters for granted and depend on our emotions to cater to it. The growing number of failures, defeats and mistakes we stumble upon are all related to our emotions.

Indeed, the aforementioned scenario brings forth a certain degree of truthfulness that enables us to examine how our emotions really work. We may not agree with it wholeheartedly but the moment we accept and realize it, we become aware of the intensity that surrounds it.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

To love is to be in love with Time Line Therapy®




As human and limited as I am, I would say that I have been on the love bandwagon and have experienced its turbulence. I have cried and smiled because of love – and I do not regret every tear I have shed and boisterous laughter I have echoed during those times. Given the chance, I would love to do it all again.

If you love something, let it go is by far my all-time favorite cliché advice. I have heard it a million times and have given it as a piece of “reality-check” to some of my friends, too. In truth, I have difficulty realizing its essence, but I know that, somewhere along the road, I would be enlightened by its magnificence and understand its meaning.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Let Time Line Therapy® help you liberate your self



With the help of Time Line Therapy®, an individual will be able to control his emotions and at the same time enlighten his subconscious—to enlighten the subconscious warrants a deeper understanding of the capacity of the self to accept defeat, failure, and mistakes. More so, an individual will learn how to let go and unload burdensome negative emotions in the self that hinder growth and development.

The subconscious, though sleeping, is understood to be the storage area of the brain that houses our deep, dark life secrets. The moment things are disrupted and disturbed, we become lost and things would tend to fall out of place. We become anxious, uneasy, and unable to focus. We tend to lose our concentration and get distracted from important things. With such, we become illogical and irrational.

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Taking chances with Time Line Therapy®


I am a self-confessed emotional junkie. I hoard all my feelings and emotions in my subconscious and load them until I can manage. In other words, I have difficulty in releasing and letting go of my past.

Like you, I have the ability to forego personal desires in order to make others happy. Even at my own expense. Through this, I keep all my frustrations, aches, mistakes and sadness and embrace doom in me. I let go of “happy hour” and settle for the dark clouds. For me, it is best to be sad than see others suffer of my personal yearning.

Monday, October 29, 2012

Be defined by Time Line Therapy®


The moment you become attached to someone, your sense of identity disappears. You begin to pattern your life according to how he is with his. Simply put, you become engulfed by someone else’s definition – how you are to act, to feel and communicate.  Thus rendering you limited as a mice inside a maze box.

The aforementioned scenario takes place whether we like it or not. We become involved in a particular circumstance or an individual that warrants us to detach ourselves from our personal agenda of living the life we have always wanted. When we love a person, we become so attached that we lose our sense of identity. We make him or her center of our world. With this, we become lost and confused of how we are to life our own lives.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Sick of love songs? Learn to love them again with Time Line Therapy®



As I put on my headphones, I automatically shift to another world. A place where nothing could seem to go wrong and everything that I need to say or express comes out with every lyrics of the song I am listening to. The emotions overflow as I listen further and embrace the meaning of the song in my life. I became one with the song and the song becomes my words.

Most often than not, I listen to a song and have it on my playlist on repeat for as long as I can fathom the song. I’m a terrible listener because whenever I like a particular song, I listen to it over and over. 

I used to do that whenever I am undergoing a painful phase in my life. I used to think that songs were specifically made just for me. That everything I need to express comes out right through the songs I listen to. However, like all other things, it must come to an end.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Life beyond Time Line Therapy®


We have always been conscious of our age. We turn all numb and still whenever we are asked about our age. For most of us, numbers represent a certain degree of maturity that, most of the times, we cannot uphold. Thus, we opt to lie about our age.




Numbers are just numbers – yeah right! They do not mean anything unless you are talking about a certain ranking or a phone number of someone. For the most part, we hide behind the numbers and act aloof whenever we talk about it. Just like math, numbers for us represent another world beyond the comprehension of our minds.

Our ability to comprehend lies on our ability to sense and interpret. We become attached to raw data and information collected by our senses.  Perceptions and predisposed notions become our basis in lieu of understanding the world and because of such; we tend to think beyond our comprehension and end up frustrated with regard to understanding the world.

Friday, October 19, 2012

One step at a time with Time Line Therapy®


Life is a matter of choices. It takes a great deal of rationality and logic to be able to understand it 24 hours a day. It proves to be the most tedious task in any one’s life but more so, the most rewarding. It paves the way for the self to be in sync with the world and at the same time merit recognition of the endless possibilities of the self. Simply put, life is what we make of ourselves.   


The moment we make a choice and act upon it proves our readiness to face the world. We become responsive to the demands of the world that which in return warrants an exhaustion of the self in all its sense. Our ability to be rational makes it easier for us to comprehend the many circumstances that we face and, at the same time, gives us the reason to think logically. Being reasonable, logical and rational are all but products of the past and the present combined. More so, a part of the future as foreseen contributes to our ability to think.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Employing your experiences with Time Line Therapy®


Experiences are but the most influential elements in our lives. Consequential as circumstances, it could make or break an individual’s quest for a better life.  Taken either as positive or negative, experiences remain to be a prototypical requirement in unmasking lives many facets.

A steady life rhythm connotes emotional stability. With the aforementioned, an individual is able to control the pace and keep to a tee the life he has now and would have in the future. However, it should be understood that emotional stability does not only appertain to emotions and feelings but rather it should be understood to mean the whole being of an individual.

Business, Me, and Time Line Therapy®


Getting ahead of the pack is associated with symbolism that any business-savvy individual could easily relate to. It simply does not mean the usual, but rather it warrants a deeper understanding of business per se and the company in general. To say the least, “getting ahead of the pack,” presages a conviction of sustaining a competitive advantage over the rest.



A competitive advantage or “edge” appertains to the capacity of a company to excel in the chosen field in lieu of its competitors. To sustain one means a prolonged or maintained advantage that harnesses the ability of the company to leave its competitors behind. For any company, starting or struggling, this very notion is deemed important so as to be attuned with the demands of the business trade.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

The philosophical etymology of life according to Time Line Therapy®


Do not ask the meaning of what life is. Define it.

Indeed, we must not ask what life nor warrant a perfect definition as there is no such thing as perfection. We must not dwell on the brilliance of living the life we have now and the life we would have in the future. To talk jargons about life and our existence would permit the use of bourgeoisie words that even our ancestors would not be able to fathom.

Whenever one invokes a discourse about life, I think of Michel Foucault and his philosophical brilliance in shedding light into the topic of life itself.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Questions and Time Line Therapy®


Have you ever wanted to ask a question, but did not, because you knew your heart could not handle the answer? Have you ever wondered how it would be to live the life you have always wanted? On the other hand, have you ever speculated on your capability to let go of past traumatic experiences that are holding you back? 


 Most of our lives, we dwell on ‘what have happened’ rather than on ‘what actually happened’. We, as customary as age-old traditions, like to keep abreast with the past tenses of our lives rather than on our present and future tenses. We forego present undertakings to delve on past experiences. Nevertheless, we like to dig into the relics of the past than accept the present openly.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Moving and shaping life with Time Line Therapy®


I am the master of my fate; the captain of my ship. I must lead my own self. I have to have balance the peace from within before I could influence, inspire and relate to others.



To be able to lead could, at times, engulf and cloud one’s logical thinking and be misled. You must lead from within; be aware of your strength, weaknesses and limitations. Be aware of your capacities and capabilities but DO NOT let your weaknesses overpower your strengths. Learn to juggle your influences from the past with your present and for your future.

Take on the task but do not allow the task to take over you.

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Neuro Linguistic Programming answers your “What Ifs”



What if I told you I love you before you left, would things be different between us?

Realization is masked by regret. We think we have come to a realization but the truth of the matter is that we regret not doing what we have wanted done or achieved. We feel sorry and pity ourselves for what could have been but nowhere are we ready to accept our failure to act on our gusto. We always dwell on the past thus allowing us to forget the importance of our present in relation to our future.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Left Behind? Let Time Line Therapy(r) help you



People come and people go. Like material possessions, they can [literally] leave you breathless and off guard. Indeed, they can contribute to the well being of another person given the intensity or impact that they leave behind. The harsh reality of being left behind warrants a positive response so easy to partake but hard to traverse.



In this vicious cycle called life, man would always experience being left behind. May it be in love or life in general, the idea of being left behind is so inevitable it could actually make or break an individual. It could result in broken filial ties, conked up friendship and wrecked love life. The negative results are as endless as your imagination, however, there could also be a positive effect on the self that if utilized thoroughly could bring you to greater heights.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Love through rose colored glasses


We long for the truth. We long for understanding. We long to love. However, most of all, we long to be loved. We have a certain mindset that appertains directly to the idea of love, loving and being loved to feel complete. The vicious cycle of life, as it is coined, would never be complete without the presence of love. Alternatively, would it ever be ‘real’ without love.




The only wrong thing (in this life) would be to deny yourself with what your heart truly feels. Yes, I admit, the whole love bug thing is one state I long to be in. I want to feel the butterflies in my stomach flutter at your very site, I want to feel the spark and the electricity emanating from you to me and I want to feel the warmth of your presence next to me.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

I think of you.. My heart belongs to you


An emotional journey with Time Line Therapy®


Why do we fall in love? Is it intuition that makes us fall in love or is it but inevitable for us to long for another individual to make us feel loved and teach us how to love?

The idea of love is both a vast and vague concept at the same time. It is ungraspable like the wind, unseen like the ghost and unheard of like the choir of angels up above. Despite its incongruence with what we normally accept and believe to be true, we still believe in love. We say we are in love with a particular individual and we experience a different high with whomever it is that we are in love with.

However, how would we know if we are really in love or just in love with the notion of love? Is love measureable? Is love definable?

Thursday, September 20, 2012

De-stressing Stress




True, we all need stress in our lives to keep us well and healthy. However, too much of something, particularly stress, is bad for the health. According to studies, too much stress causes chemicals to react thus, rendering damage to the brain.

The solution? Develop the ability to remove and eradicate excess stress from your system. Now the question is, “how do you do it?”

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Good news, Bad news, Who Knows. Anticipation, Experience and Life


They say decisions make or break an individual’s perception of life. For some most of us, decision-making can mean means being stuck in a catch 22  situations where either we have an extreme positive or negative end result. We also have that ability to think beyond the usual and anticipate countless options after options without going over the intensity of our thinking. We opt for the painful road than the paved one without even realizing the reason why we want to be hurt before being happy. 

To decide means to stay focus on the givens. However, are we always focused on the problem itself or we just like to think of it that way?


As wise and mature individuals, we tend to over think. We come to that phase in life wherein we base our [present] life with past experiences and future negative inferences. Never do we decide based on what is now – or on what we have [now].

The present remains a laboratory based on the past and the future.

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Change : a curse or a blessing?


Human as we are, we opt for assurance. Whether it is in the workplace, in school, in love or in life, we want something that is sturdy, steady, and sure. Taking risks and chances are rendered foreign as what we want is something with finality.


Fragile as we are, we tend to be physically and emotionally attached to things. We value and put value on every little thing possible – this includes scribbles on pieces of papers, cinema tickets and even candy wrappers.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

A trip down memory lane with Time Line Therapy®


Memories best describe how we are as an individual – both in the personal and professional level. It shows how we were [once] and how we are now. Memories, like experiences, cores upon an individual’s past and his ability to let go of unwanted negative behaviors and predisposed notions that are deemed contributory to his development.


Memories are like sand boxes – full to a brink but could be disposed of anytime you want. More so, sand boxes could be decorated with colorful items that could be enjoyed by all. Just like our memories, they are as colorful as the rainbow after the rain, full as the ocean basin and disposable when not needed. As much as we want to keep everything, and that is definitely true of us, there are just some things [in life] that we need to delete, erase and dispose. In other words, we could only handle a certain amount and degree of past experiences before we spill over.   

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

At the beginning with you. This is my story. This is our story. This is us.


I love me. For the longest time, I believed that no good person would ever love me anymore. The past months proved all wrong as I underwent the tedious process of moving on from a previous relationship that made me hate my life so much I had to take medications to be well and to being in love with the next person who made me happy. I love me. I had to keep myself well for the reason that I need to be well to be able to live my life according to my plan.

Monday, September 10, 2012

A Day with Time Line Therapy®


Flawless. An idealistic state of mind that mainly appertains to an inexistent being of purity and divinity. Though the word is used mainly to mean ‘beautiful’, ‘timeless’ or ‘majestic’,  individuals aim to be flawless despite the limitations posted by their very existence. To be branded as ‘flawless’ exceeds the epiphany of divine intervention. Thus, to be [flawless] is to be one with the self. This should NOT be the case.



The idea behind being human appertains to the ability to accept that man is limited. Man could never be flawless nor could ever be perfect. Cliché anecdote speaks for itself --- nobody is perfect. Indeed, nobody is perfect enough to claim that he is perfect.

Sunday, August 5, 2012

Minding my own business



You are what you are. Your life has never been about any other person in the planet. Your life is your own business. Much like their lives, their business.


    In today’s perplexed world, people tend to situate themselves in the shoes of others. In other words, though rendered taboo in the olden days, people meddle with the lives of others as if it is their business.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Life beyond the pretense



How can I be so demanding? For most of our lives, we aim for power, title and honor to be accepted. We crave for attention to belong. However, is it the end all and be all of our lives? Do we live just for that?

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Breaking down


The positive effects of crying


Crying is not a sign of being weak. It is just that you have been strong enough to hold on to the pain, it is time to let it all go.


Crying does not connote feebleness. The act itself is but natural and inevitable. Contrary to beliefs and pop culture, crying does not make you less of a human being. It is okay to cry and express your emotions. It shows how in tune and mature you are with regard to issues concerning the people and situation around you.

What makes you cry? Infamous and direct to the point question that majority of us would rather shrug off than answer. An atypical question to ask others but a necessity to ask the self.

Indeed, something’s are better off unsaid. However, it is also best to express your feelings. The tears flowing from your eyes prove that you are receptive to the emotions and feelings of others. You are concerned of their welfare and well-being. Mostly, you are but human capable of feeling the unfelt and expressing the inexpressible through the stream of tears flowing from your eyes.

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

From Me to You





Dear You, 


           For the past few weeks, you have had the opportunity to be happy – more than happy than you have been in months. The people you have had the chance to be with made sure that, by the time they drop you off, you are still all smiles from what have transpired. Simple conversations over coffee turned dull nights into a night full of laughter, teasing and nonsensical debates over the littlest things in the milky way. At last, you are able to hear genuine laughter and see the sparkles in your eyes once more.

Monday, July 30, 2012

Mixed Signals



I am afraid of bees. I have had the worst experience with them when I was a little girl. The feeling I get when I see one is much the same as seeing a dozen hives at the same time. The reaction on my end is but typical as I am not much fascinated with them – the buzzing sound alone irks me like crazy.

For someone who loves and are bee enthusiasts, seeing a bee or a hive gives them pleasure and joy. However, for someone like me, anxiety strikes in.

In the given scenario, though the same thing was seen (the bee), different signals were sent and interpreted by the brain.

Every person is different.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Falling out of Love


“Never love anybody who treats you like you are  ordinary”

Oscar Wilde


For most, the hardest part of falling in love is eventually anticipating that there is going to be an end – in every beginning, there is an inevitable end. No matter how hard we try to turn things around, some things are really not meant to be.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Success and Me



For starters, I am not one of those who believe in doing what others have done to be successful. I do not believe that there exists a pattern to be like him or her. What I believe in is that I, as an individual distinct and different from the rest, have a path of my own. I have my own map to follow – all I have to do is find my way through it with the help of everything I have in me and in my surroundings. To me, life is a vicious cycle of cause and effect brought about by one’s reasoning and liking.

Both internal and external factors contribute to my being. Not of others doing but of my own doing.

Insight on a person’s success

There are things and situations that we take for granted as we become obsess with what we see in the surface level. We deny the existence of the many contributing and mitigating factors existing.

To wit, the low down on the lives of the men and women who are doing well in their lives – both of today and of yesterday are beyond the obvious – something that we must embark on.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Temptation


Adam, Eve and the Serpent


Of all the vices in the world, smoking is one hard habit to dissuade from. That act of putting that nicotine rich and aromatic piece of cigarette in between your lips, lighting it with your best lighter and inhaling the nicotine-filled smoke that emanates from your puffing action makes you crave for more. One, then two, and then three cigarette sticks in one sitting and you tell yourself you are not a chain smoker.

Monday, July 23, 2012

Embracing change through Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)


To curtail one’s freedom is like amputating their limbs, locking it in a safe box and throwing away the keys. Human’s as we are, we are enthralled by the things we see, hear, smell, taste and feel. For us, to believe means to experience it on our own and not mere stories or hearsays. Indeed, experience plays a vital role in our growth and development.

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Cultivating the self


Perseverance and patience drives individuals to the zeal of things. In today’s context, both qualities require so much from an individual. In other words, perseverance and patience does not and could not be quantified in a person outright.

Believe in the power and the importance of cultivating the self. Value self-growth, self-acceptance and self-valuation.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Road To Reality


WHAT IF? A simple two (2)-word question that can stimulate even the littlest subconscious neuron in our brain. The question, though rendered wishful and hopeful in general, could also appertain to memories of the past, situations of the present and possibilities of the future.

In Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) parlance, it pertains to the possibility that could, would and should have been. Regret is but an inevitable part of human existence but the possibilities are but as limited as your imagination.

What it is that motivates us? | Embrace change for your own self and not for others or what the society dictates.



What is it that motivates us?
It should not be about material things or superficial highs in life. It should be about inner strength, inner peace and inner satisfaction that should motivate an individual to further nourish his life.

Life patterns and habits are the key to change.
Life patterns come in different shapes and sizes. Some may be life changing while some are not. As a result, we get used to things, circumstances and individuals that when a certain situation comes along, we just act on impulse. Moreover, because we act out of impulse, we tend not to think and just relieve past experiences regarding the situation. We filter our minds according to how we want the outcome to be. In other words, we alter the situation together with the effects in relation to how we want things to appear. And that should not be the case.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Love in the workplace



The reality of loving work is essential in the success of the organization. How does love translate itself in to an organizational agenda? Let us see. . .

Monday, July 16, 2012

Tad James: Living free




Dr. Tad James, MS, PhD. has been teaching Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Time Line Therapy® and Hypnosis for over 25 years.  He, together with his equally dynamic wife Dr. Adriana James, MA, PhD, founded the Tad James Co, an organization that practices and teaches NLP.  He further served as the president of the American Board of Hypnotherapy for over ten (10) years.  Dr. Tad James, Ms, PhD has also written seven (7) very successful NLP books.

Young Tad
Tad James was born and raised in Washington DC. His father, Preston James (then Chairman of the Geography Department at the Syracuse University) taught him traditional values and beliefs in life while his mother, Eileen James, taught him equality and that each of us has potential to create miracles. With such an upbringing, high expectations were set thus causing the young Tad to excel and be the most successful in whatever field he chooses to pursue.


“I never let my mind think bad thoughts.”
-Eileen James
Professional Tad
Tad James attended Syracuse University and graduated with a Masters Degree in Mass Communication. He began his professional career as a manager and soon managing his own radio station. Thereafter, becoming a consultant.


Dr. Tad James, MS, PhD
Tad James Co.
Tad and NLP
His perpetual social experience coupled with his strong positive background led him to discover useful communication techniques that could affect both the personal and professional lives of an individual. His curiosity led him to study Neuro Linguistic Programming or NLP and thereafter develop a discipline known as Time Line Therapy. His name has become synonymous with NLP and he has used his discovery to transform the lives of others.

In 1988, he published his first book entitled Time Line Therapy and the Basis of Personality®.

The Time Line Therapy® technique has become a respected and effective model for affecting positive change in the family, business and interpersonal career paths. Further, it has been used to help improve symptoms of post-traumatic stress in people living in war zone regions.

Tad James was the first NLP trainer to do Learn NLP Training in an accelerated format. More so, he designed and implemented the seven (7) day NLP training before anyone else. Further, his accelerated format for an NLP Practitioner in only seven (7) days (with pre-study) has later become the standard in the industry. 

Join Tad and Adriana James and discover the wonders of NLP, Time Line Therapy® and Hypnosis. Contact them through their website http://www.nlpcoaching.com/

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Awareness and Acceptance




Man is but what he makes of himself. He is free and at the same time limited. He can be whom he want to be but with conditions. In other words, man is not limited.

Neuro Linguistic Programming or NLP deals with overcoming man’s weaknesses and transforming them into his strengths. The capability of man to overcome negativity is what sets him apart from the rest in the animal kingdom. Though man is rendered time based (for some, transition and coping up takes place over the course of a few years), he is still able to turn things around at his own phase.

Being aware of your situation is the first step in the process of change. Yes, change is a process –it takes time and patience and steps to overcome. However, all of them would be rendered moot and academic if man does not accept the reality that change brings.

Acceptance is but the hardest part in the transition process. Some cannot let go of the past while others does not want to let go of the past. There is a big difference between cannot let go and does not want to let go. Though both involve awareness, the former deals with “I am aware of them but I have to keep them here with me” while the latter means “I am aware of them but I do not want to let them go as they form part of my being.”

Neuro Linguistic Programming is by far a helpful method of teaching the self to transform and let go of the past (experiences and the likes). More so, NLP helps one to embrace the things you have and enhance them to have a better, brighter and fuller future.

Aiming for a better today and prosperous tomorrow should be the mantra of each and every one. Do not let your limitations or weaknesses be a hindrance. Rather, learn to transform them into something positive and embrace its outcome.

We shall not let the past hinder our growth and put a halt in our future. Learn how to embrace the negativity in you and transform them to positive. Learn NLP. 

Modeling Behavior through NLP


What is Communication?

In the dictionary, communication (Latin word : “communis” which means to share) is best defined as the exchange of messages, information or thoughts either by speech (oral), visual (aids), signals (hand and body movements) or writing.

Communication entails five (5) components namely:
1.     Sender – one who gives or relays the message;
2.     Message – the intention, information or data needed to be communicated;
3.     Channel –  involves oral, writing or bodily movements;
4.     Receiver – one who would receive and interpret the message; and
5.     Feedback – the interplay of messages between individuals.
Noise – some people include this because through noise miscommunication emerges.

The communication process could only be perceived as complete if and only if there is understanding on the end of the receiver and the sender. In other words, feedback acknowledges the complete transfer of messages – the communication process is complete once the receiver has understood the message of the sender. Feedback is critical to effective communication between participants.

In fact, communication is but one of the most complicated topics or subjects around. To wit, communication is spatial – bounded by time and space. More so, it requires that parties to partake the route of communication must have a common ground – a common topic or a common interest. Thus, miscommunication results. 

NLP and Communication

Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) was developed based on how one interacts with himself and that of others. Effective communication means a healthier and fuller life. Thus, it is best to have an open communication line with oneself and with the others as well.

Having the ability to persuade the people around you, being able to deliver memorable and effective messages, boost your confidence, deliver clear and terse communication style and being able to recognize what was communicated is the raison d’être of  successful communication through NLP.

In NLP, communication partakes through the following steps:

1.     There is an external event (happenings, data exchange, bodily movements etc)
2.     We process the external event through our internal processing and come up with an internal representation of said event. (INTERNAL REPRESENTATION includes noise, feelings etc)
3.     The internal representation then combines with physiology to create a state. (STATE appertains to our moods)
4.     Accordingly, the external event seeps in through our sensory channels (touch, olfactory, auditory, visual, taste), filtered and is processed. In the event, information is at times removed, twisted, and simplified according to several elements that tend to filter our perception.

According to a study conducted at the University of Pennsylvania (1970), researchers found out that 7 % of what we communicate is the result of the words we say, 38 % from our verbal behavior and 55 % results from our nonverbal communication. (http://nlptimelinetherapy.blogspot.com/2012/07/time-line-therapy-letting-go-of-past.html)

Intrigued by the power of NLP and its effects in communication? Learn now!


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Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Modern Hypnosis Certification in Melbourne


Tad James Co. would be having a 3-day Modern Hypnosis Certification training on the 20th until the 22nd of July 2012 in Melbourne, Australia. The training would be facilitated by Brad Greentree, a Certified NLP, Time Line Therapy® and Hypnosis Trainer and member of the American Board of Neuro Linguistics Programming (NLP).

The Modern Hypnosis Certification training is logically designed and is easy to master. It focuses on building your personal and professional success, allow you to create powerful motivational changes, eliminate stress and help you get rid of your vices.  

More so, the training is hands- on right from the start. You will learn by practice and not from watching DVDs after DVDs. Further, there is supervision by a Certified and experienced Hypnotherapist unlike that of the rest. Interaction between and amongst the trainer and participants plays a vital and inevitable part in the training.  Through this, both parties are able to communicate amongst each other, develop hypnosis techniques and grow together as a person, as a trainer and as participants in the said event.

The Tad James Co 3-day Modern Hypnosis Certification training curriculum includes a know how technique in conducting an interview, suggestibility testing, induction and some post-hypnotic suggestions.

Upon successful completion of the training, you will have the option of applying for Certification through the American Board of Hypnotherapy (ABH). With this, your certificate and certification would be recognized worldwide.

For those who want to receive their hypnotherapy certification, all you have to do is work through our suggested reading and complete a written test at home. Send it within two (2) months after completing your training and you will have your certificate.

Join the Tad James Co 3-day Modern Hypnotherapy Certification training and learn about the hypnotic world of hypnosis. Visit them at www.nlpcoaching.com for details.