Accelerate your Personal Transformation and Growth

We’ve just completed the Time Line Therapy™ Practitioners Course. It was a great transformational experience, and for me a wonderful reminder of the magic of Time Line Therapy™. It’s my key Therapy technique. Even though I more often use it to assist people to overcome emotional issues such as anxiety or depression, Time Line Therapy™ techniques are actually perfect for personal transformation and therefore anyone can benefit from it. In this blog we explore the use of the Time Line Therapy™ techniques for personal transformation and accelerated growth.

What is the process of personal transformation in life?
Life is a process of learning and growth towards enlightenment. Sometimes it takes a lifetime filled with challenges to make any significant progress. We call it Karma. You can dramatically accelerate the process of personal transformation and clear your karma by means of Time Line Therapy™ techniques. To really move ahead you have to be at peace with your past. This means dealing with the baggage that we’ve accumulated and changing our patterns. Sometimes we think we’ve dealt with it, but we’ve only suppressed it. Once the past is healed, we focus on confidence-building and empowering self-belief. Then you are ready to step into your true power and create your future by means of powerful goals-setting and visualisation. The complete process on the path of transformation and growth is as follows:

  • Healing and releasing negative emotions and baggage from the past. These are anger, sadness, fear, hurt, guilt and any past trauma,
  • Letting go of limiting beliefs that keep you from feeling confident and achieving the success you want; developing empowering beliefs and natural confidence instead,
  • Clearing any internal conflict so you can feel integrated and aligned along your future vision,
  • Healing relationships by being at peace with everyone around us. This also means facing and taking responsibility for our perceptions and projections. Sometimes it takes forgiveness. People around us simply mirror our issues and enforce our karma. Blame is disempowering and keep us in victim-state. There is nobody outside of us to blame. They only play a role for our learning. When we take the learning to heart and change our perceptions, everything changes and we can move ahead,
  • Making a new beginning; a fresh start. Having resolved the issues of the past, you are now free to create your ideal future by means of a magical goal-setting and visualisation process that ensures results every time.

Time Line Therapy™ works with the Unconscious Mind, which stores past memories and emotions as clusters of similar types, called gestalts. With Time Line Therapy™, the gestalt, which causes the repeat of patterns (Karma), can be accessed to learn from. Patterns repeat until we learn, then the Karma is done.

What is Karma?
The Law of Cause and Effect is also the Law of Karma. For every action there is a reaction; an effect. Karma simply translates as action. We all cultivate a karmic state or a karmic disposition which is the results of our beliefs, values, intentions, thoughts and actions. This of course can change, and does change as we learn. Karma is about learning; it’s not a punishment. Learning brings our unconscious programmes into conscious awareness, allowing us to make adjustments in our choices. With new insights, the old repeating patterns stop and we are then free to create a new reality.

New Year Opportunities 
Join me in making 2018 your year of success and growth. Take your personal transformation to another level by making use of two key opportunities:

1. A 3-Day Personal Transformation and Accelerated Growth Programme

Run as a small group

2. One to one Soul Coaching Process

If a group is not for you and you’d rather work the process on a one to one basis. Full details are on the website’s Events Calendar.

Further Resources:

What is your Unconscious Mind?
Your unconscious mind is very magical and has unique functions. Because we work with the Unconscious Mind, you may want to familiarise yourself, with the nature and functions of your Unconscious Mind and begin to tap into that magic!

Empowering Belief Frames
As part of your therapy and coaching process we encourage an empowering mindset and share with you empowering belief frames that will change your life around. Here is a preview for you!

Invest in your Emotional and Mental Health

Holistic self-care for the darker nights

The clocks have gone back and the evenings grow darker. Now is a time to be cozy, snug and warm. Every cycle and season has its place, purpose and appeal. Not always embraced by all, people can feel mentally and emotionally challenged at a time of seasonal change. With the sunlight growing dimmer, SAD – Seasonal Affective Disorder, anxiety and depression can be on the increase. So how can you  invest in your mental and emotional health at this time?

Here are 7 self-care suggestions which embody the spirit of Autumn:

1. Acceptance

Flow with the cycles and seasons of life. Our rhythms are intrinsically linked to the rhythms of nature. Flowing with that seasonal change, is a great practice in accepting change in general. Change is inevitable and acceptance brings peace. We create our own suffering by holding onto things or wanting things to be different from what they are. Acceptance doesn’t mean liking or giving up or satisfied, it just means non-resistance and accepting what is right now as a starting point. Acceptance is a precondition for healing.

2. Nurturing

Autumn is the season to slow down, to reconnect with ourselves, with one another and with nature. This slowing down also allows us the space to feel more present and alive. Hygge, the inspiring Danish philosophy celebrates simplicity and appreciation for the small things in life around us. Worth considering, as they are consistently the happiest nation in the world. Hygge is all about self-care, atmosphere, comfort, warmth and simple pleasures. Retreat at home, get comfortable, warm and snug. Create atmosphere with soft light, music, cosy cushions and blankets. Enjoy boosting your immune system with nourishing soups and stews from the abundance of the season. Get out for refreshing walks and kick up crisp, golden leaves. Natural light is essential for your health and counteracts SAD, boosting well-being.

3. Gratitude

Practicing gratitude creates a positive mental shift every time. Gratitude activates neurotransmitters Serotonin and Dopamine which are powerful natural anti-depressants. Start a gratitude journal and capture 3 things everyday for which you are grateful. This simple practice increases Serotonin levels by a significant 10% after 3 weeks according to research. The Gratitude 365 App is a great electronic alternative. Express gratitude to somebody. Research found a 4-19% increase in levels of happiness when gratitude is expressed to a person.

Take an attitude with gratitude into a mindfulness meditative practice. Reflect firstly on a person you are grateful for, secondly an event you are grateful for, thirdly something about yourself you are grateful for. In your meditation (Podcast here), focus on the feeling of gratitude rather than the story.

4. Thought Awareness

Certain modes of thinking can drive negative emotional states:
‘Should’ and ‘must’ type thoughts as well as ‘why don’t they…’ place high expectations on ourselves or others and are frustration drivers.
‘Always’ and ‘never’ type thinking pushes us into the extreme (e.g. “I am always helping you and you never help me”) and are anger drivers.
Catastrophising (‘what if’ type thoughts or beliefs that something is far worse than it actually is) creates anxiety.
‘All or nothing’ or ‘black and white’ or ‘right or wrong’ or ‘nobody’ and ‘everybody’ type thoughts – absolutes rather than shades of grey – (e.g. nobody cares) are depression drivers.
Sometimes these thoughts are habitual thoughts that perpetuate the disempowering victim state. Bring the nature of your thoughts into your awareness. Are they helpful or harmful? Let your thoughts be kind, compassionate and reassuring to yourself as if you are your own best friend.

5. Reflection

Autumn is a time of reflection. Reflect back over the year, your achievements, your experiences. Even the challenges have been part of your growth. A key practice in Timeline Therapy™ is to reflect on the learning experiences of past events. You can do your own daily reflection by asking yourself:
What was good about today?
What was not so good?
What am I learning from it?
What will I be doing different next time?
Then after your reflection, let it go. Sometimes you may have to bring compassion and forgiveness to yourself and others. You will feel a weight lifting and the release can be very healing.

6. Letting go

Autumn is a time of letting go, just like the leaves falling from the trees. Nature offers a great metaphor here. As you observe the leaves fall, notice the trees are not holding on to the leaves, nor are the leaves holding onto the trees. The leaves just fall effortlessly. Just like that, what do you want to let go of? Physically, any toxins, emotionally, any unsettling feelings and mentally, excessive thoughts. Set the intention to let it go. There is power in the words: “I release…(e.g. this anger)…”. Releasing brings relief and makes space for joy to return.
Let go of the need to control too. A major source of suffering is wanting things ‘my way’. Everything happens for our own learning and growth. We can’t always see it when we’re in it. Soon you’ll see how you have grown through it.
Let go of the importance of other people’s opinions too. They are just opinions, not truths. When you attach too much value to their opinions you are giving your power away. Liberate yourself from others’ opinions and give yourself the permission to just be your true self. That brings happiness.
“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” Oscar Wilde

7. Reconnecting

Stress, fears and limiting beliefs can create physical dis-ease. Bruce Lipton says that more than 95% of all modern day illnesses in the body are caused by mental stress. There is a strong link between our mental health and our connection with nature. Embrace nature and all its elements. Getting out and enjoying nature is refreshing and has many healing benefits. Movement, like walking, is a great anti-depressant as it triggers Serotonin, the happy hormone. An upright body posture has an empowering effect on the mind whilst one slumped over a gadget makes us more lethargic and withdrawn. Autumn is a great time for social interaction. The Happiness Institute of Denmark have found that it may well be the Danes’ social relationships that make them happiest, and that Hygge puts small social gatherings at it’s heart. Invite friends over, share a meal and re-establish meaningful mutually supportive relationships.


Mood foods
During the cooler months we can get Vitamin D from certain food sources. For good mood food sources visit Food MattersEvery Day Health and Well-being Info.

For the mindful approach to healing and releasing emotions, you can listen to our guided meditation: Healing Emotions the Mindful Way. Follow this link to our Products: Transformational Meditations page.

Time Line Therapy™
Sometimes we need a little assistance to heal and release emotions of the past. In my experience Time Line Therapy™ is unique in its approach to emotional healing and resolves issues remarkably quickly without having to go into a lot of details. Time Line Therapy™ is equally effective in overcoming limiting beliefs and building empowering beliefs and confidence. For more information click on this link: Time Line Therapy™.

Lifting the Veils of Illusion
This book facilitates an all-encompassing journey of personal empowerment and spiritual growth in 7 essential steps. It is an informative, interactive guide so you can navigate the path of self-healing and transformation in your own comfortable way. With the book you have access to a range of free meditations …