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®


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.