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Learn to deal with anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) using NLP. Phone 07 5562 5718 or send an email to book a free 20 minute telephone, Skype or Zoom session with Abby Eagle. Neuro Linguistic Programming. - NLP Hypnotherapy Meditation Gold Coast, Robina. Online NLP coaching available - Skype and Zoom sessions.
Obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviour (OCD) responds well to NLP and hypnotherapy - no fuss - no stress - no tears - just rapid gentle change - the underlying issues of OCD are dealt with quickly - replace fear, anxiety and panic attacks with confidence, love and happiness. - Learn how to meditate online course.
Obsessive compulsive disorder is an anxiety disorder in which the person has unwanted thoughts, that is images that they make in their mind, they talk to them self in a certain way and have feelings or sensations in the body, which then lead to a compulsion to act out a behaviour. In some cases the repetetive thought or behaviour is referred to as a 'ritual'.
A mainstream therapist, that is a doctor, psychiatrist or psychologist may prescribe medication or some type of counselling for anxiety. Practitioners in the complimentary health profession offer a range of adjunct treatments, including nutritional advice.
The structure of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) in some cases is quiet simple and not a lot different to other types of problems. There may be negative emotions in the client's life, such as fear, anxiety, anger, stress, guilt, shame, sadness and hurt which can be effectively cleared using NLP techniques, such that when you check back to the past you won't be able to find the feelings that were there before. By clearing the negative emotions from past memories, energy that was fueling the obsessive thoughts is no longer available, and the thoughts lose some of their power.
In some cases of OCD, behaviours and thoughts have become ritualised. In one case a teenage boy had a neurological problem which caused his hands to shake. He was able to gain control over the shaking by telling himself not to. He would say, "You did not do it properly, do it again." He was successful at stopping the movement but then he generalised this attitude to other areas of his life, such as placing a cup on a table, closing a door, reading a book, breathing, or saying a word. If the activity was not done to his standard of excellence he chastised himself and said, "You did not do it properly, do it again." The words were made in a commanding tonality.
In NLP we identify how the person does the process of OCD, that is, what is the mental process, the thoughts that are used to create the behaviour? In general the OCD person will make images in their mind, talk to themselves and create a feeling. By working with the sub distinctions in the sensory modalities the mental process can be changed such that it no longer produces the old behavioural outcome.
Internal conflict may also play a part in obsessive compulsive disorder. This is related to the left and right hemispheres of the brain. Typically one part is a conscious, rational adult type part. The other part is the problem part that seems to have a mind of its own. The more the conscious part tries to control the behaviour the more powerless it seems to become. Part of the solution is to harness the imagination and acknowledge the positive intention of the problem part and then integrate it with the conscious part so that the two parts work together as a team.
Another way of thinking about OCD is that it is like the left brain and right brain are out of synch. In this case the answer is to bring awareness to the actions such that they become slow, deliberate, decisive and purposeful. To concentrate your energies in the present moment and be mindful of the activity; to be total with the activity such that you develop a sense of congruence within yourself that you know with both mind and heart that the activity has been completed, such that you have a visual, auditory and kinesthetic memory that gives you a sense of conviction.
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