How To Clear Anxiety Using Your Timeline: Practical NLP Podcast 77

This week, the end of an era as we come to the end of the ‘scripted’ Practical NLP Podcast episodes. From next episode we’ll be switching to a longer format where I interview thought leaders and practitioners applying NLP in original ways to solve real-world problems. So, a short and sweet episode in two parts. […]

How To Test-Drive Your Timeline: Practical NLP Podcast 76

Having elicited the timeline in the previous episode, this week we take it for a ‘test drive’. In this week’s episode: Two ways people may experience their timeline – as moving or static Step by step instructions for how to guide people through this exercise (also see the show notes below) Why this also works […]

Eliciting Your Timeline: Practical NLP Podcast 75

We use spatial, linear metaphors to think about time (e.g. time is like a road, or like a river) without even thinking about it. How your unconscious mind represents time has a big effect on how you experience life – and that’s what this week’s podcast is about. Including: How to elicit the timeline “In […]

Two Ways To Install A Goal On Your Timeline: Practical NLP Podcast 74

This week’s podcast shows you two ways to install goals into your future, plus (if you’re using this for coaching or facilitating other individuals or groups) when you would use each method. Includes: How to discover your unconscious mind’s typical way of thinking about time How to make the image of your goal as compelling […]

Therapy Tips For Time Line Emotional Clearing

Here are some therapy tips for making clearing emotional clearing on the time line even more effective. Note: unless you have trained in Time Line Therapy (or a similar process like Time-Based Techniques), this post probably won’t mean much to you! I trained in Time Line Therapy (the trademarked Tad James version) when I was […]

An Introduction to Timelines in NLP + how to use them for learning and review

The concept of ‘time’ is fundamental to how we understand the world. I’m not talking so much about clock time, as basic ideas like ‘before’ and ‘after’, ‘past’, ‘future’, and ‘now’. Because time is not something we can see, hear or touch, we have to resort to metaphor in order to talk or think meaningfully […]