Time Line Therapy(tm) – be free from your past

Using fast and effective Time Line Therapy ® techniques makes overcoming fear a truly liberating process.

People experience fear as an emotion linked to a specific stimulus (real or imagined) and their desired response it to flee. Fear is hardwired into our thinking for the purpose of serving as a warning signal that there is something we need to pay attention to and/or to preserve our life we need to get out of the current situation. That’s an appropriate fear based response.

Here is a list of peoples top 10 Fears:

1. FEAR OF PUBLIC SPEAKING

2. FEAR OF FLYING

3. FEAR OF INTIMACY

4. FEAR OF DEATH

5. FEAR OF FAILURE

6. FEAR OF REJECTION

7. FEAR OF HEIGHTS

8. FEAR OF THE DARK

9. FEAR OF SPIDERS

10. FEAR OF COMMITMENT

However, if a fear is imagined or it’s an irrational response, this can hold an individual back from achieving their full potential in life. Fears linked to fear of being rejected, fear of failing, fear of looking foolish, fear of speaking in public can be paralysing. The good news with Time Line Therapy ® you can let all of that go, for good!

Time Line Therapy ® is a  “technology” that allows you to release the negative emotions while preserving the learnings, insights or new resources. So with Time Line Therapy ® you can successfully let go of negative emotions and limiting decisions from the past. By dropping this unwanted and inappropriate old baggage from the past you are in a position where you can move forward and create that is supportive of who you want to be, what you want to do and supports you in what you want to have in your life. Plus it doesn’t take years of talking about your problems or reliving old stuff. The process of Time Line Therapy ® is content free!

With Time Line Therapy ® it is simple to let it all go.

Wouldn’t it be great to enjoy being in a relationship or have a job where you strive for and can easily create all that you want?

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