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.
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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.