What is NLP? (Neuro Linguistic Programming) 

Neuro Linguistic Programming was developed in 1970s by Richard Bandler and Dr John Grinder. They were fascinated by how some people could get through in difficult circumstances even in poor health, while others failed to strive in similar situations. 
Together they developed a technique that empowered individuals by helping them to think efficiently and enhance their communication skills. They called it Neuro Linguistic Programming because it involves the understanding of our neurological system, how the words we speak influence others and how our thinking patterns assist us to achieve our goals. 
We all experience the world and process information using our senses in different ways. Our thoughts are processed by our neurological system, which affects our emotions, behaviors and responses at a physiological level. 
It is now widely accepted and recognized how our perceptions, emotions and thought processes affect not only our achievements, but also our health and our chances to live a fulfilling and healthy life. 
NLP might sound very technical: • neuro-linguistic means how the brain relates and responds to language, • programming in this means using what we know about the brain’s relationship with language to make a positive impact on a client’s behaviour. 

How Does it Work? 

Every word in the dictionary conveys meaning, but some have a stronger impact on the brain than others in terms of things like calming effect, or suggestive value. Thinking about the brain as a machine for a second, most of the data it receives about the world is through languages.  
These include: 
• Spoken language  
• The written word  
• Body Language  
• Social/Cultural Language (agreed meanings, for example, the red light on a traffic light means ‘stop.’)  
With so much language data going into our brains on a daily basis, and affecting how we make day to day decisions, It stands to reason that having a solid understanding of how language is processed allows you to use it in a more productive way. The Beat Anxiety & Gain Confidence, harness the power of language and use it to help our clients enrich their lives, treatments such as hypnotherapy are highly NLP focussed, and produce excellent results for those who want to give up unwanted habits, help people cope with pain or illness, gain confidence, or prepare for a period of intense learning.  

Time Line Therapy 

Time Line Therapy (TLT) is a therapeutic approach that helps individuals to overcome limiting beliefs, emotions, and behaviours by accessing and transforming unconscious memories and experiences. It is a powerful technique that is designed to help people create a compelling future by clearing negative emotions and limiting beliefs that hold them back. 

The History of Time Line Therapy 

Tad James developed Time Line Therapy in the 1980s due to his studies of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). NLP is a set of tools and techniques for personal development and communication that connects our thoughts, language, and behaviour. 
Tad James noticed that many of the problems his clients were experiencing were related to their past experiences and memories, and he developed Time Line Therapy to help people overcome these limiting beliefs and negative emotions. 

The Principles of Time Line Therapy 

Time Line Therapy is based on several fundamental principles: 
The unconscious mind: Time Line Therapy recognizes that the unconscious mind stores memories and experiences that influence our thoughts, emotions, and behaviour. 
Cause and effect: Time Line Therapy operates on the principle that a cause-and-effect relationship exists between past experiences and present behaviour. 
Limiting beliefs are negative thoughts and ideas about ourselves, others, and the world around us. These beliefs can hold us back and prevent us from achieving our full potential. 
The timeline: The timeline is a mental construct that represents our personal history. It is a tool for accessing and transforming unconscious memories and experiences. 
The power of intention: Time Line Therapy recognizes the power of choice and the importance of creating a compelling future. 

Benefits of Time Line Therapy 

Time Line Therapy can benefit many issues, including anxiety, depression, phobias, and self-esteem issues. Some of the benefits of Time Line Therapy include: 
Increased self-awareness: Time Line Therapy helps individuals become more aware of their thoughts, emotions, and behaviours, which can lead to a greater understanding of themselves and their behaviour patterns. 
Emotional release: Time Line Therapy allows individuals to release negative emotions and limiting beliefs holding them back. 
Improved relationships: Individuals can improve their relationships with others by releasing negative emotions and limiting beliefs. 
Greater clarity: Time Line Therapy can help individuals gain clarity about their goals and aspirations, which can help them create a compelling future. 
Improved overall well-being: Individuals can improve their overall well-being and quality of life by releasing negative emotions and limiting beliefs. 
To find out more about NLP, contact us now and see how it can benefit you! 
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