‘Time Line’ is the term used to describe how people unconsciously store their memories, and how they code these memories according to time aand so intuitively know the difference between a memory from the past and a projection of the future. The emotions attached to these stored memories form the basis of personality and influences all behaviour. Change in a person’s behaviour takes place at the deep or unconscious level. People don’t change consciously. Many people make a conscious decision to change something in their lives, as in new year’s resolutions, but the results are invariably disappointing.
The principle of using time line regression has been used by many NLP developers and practitioners over the years. Probably the most well known of these is the Time Line Therapy™ process as developed by Dr Tad James. This allows the qualified therapist to work at the unconscious level to release the effects of past negative experiences and change ‘inappropriate’ mental programming in minutes rather than days, months or years. The ‘bad memories’ are retained and remembered in a disassociated way that provides a positive learning experience, but have been dis-empowered so that they can no longer negatively influence behaviour.
It is quite common to hear so called experts telling a traumatised person that they will have to live with the effects of that trauma for the rest of their lives. This is blatantly not true. Using one of the Time Line regression processes, such as Tad James’ Time Line Therapy, a skilled Practitioner can remove the effects of the trauma in just minutes. It may require further sessions to consolidate this new behaviour.
Practitioners using the Time line often use a combination of NLP, Time line and Hypnotherapy within the one session.
You will need to check that your Practitioner is qualified and experienced in this powerful therapy.