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. 

Our goals and objectives define who we are. We push and urge ourselves to attain and achieve such in order to enable the development of the self. To develop here connotes the understanding that we welcome positivity and forego negativity for the nourishment of our innate self. Bear in mind that the innate self requires an in-depth and selfless act in order to help the individual exude his individuality and uniqueness amidst the many others in the world. 

Indeed, like Time Line Therapy®, life is all about gaining control. It seeks to impart the importance of control in the self with reference to the self that we have always wanted to be. In other words, we must be controlling enough to realize our own value and enable the state of living we have yearned for. Simply put, because of control we become the person we have always wanted to be. 

Time Line Therapy® is one powerful method that aims to establish a certain degree of connection with the self. It seeks to connect the conscious with the subconscious in relation to the analysis that we all seek to understand. Though we are inherently curious, Time Line Therapy® enables the development of the self in terms of the ability and capability to enable the further advancement of intellectual and emotional maturity, which would enable us to celebrate life per se.

Do not enslave yourself, nor be envious of how others live their lives. Instead, use such thoughts to your advantage. Be motivated and be inspired by their accomplishments. Do not settle for second-best; instead strive to be the best – at your own preference and discretion, that is. 

Thus, the next time you feel jealousy creeping in, stop and internalize your greatness. Smile and let the wind take your worries away.

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