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blossomingsoull97 30-01-2018 09:14 PM

Is ocd a trapped emotion?
 
Now on this journey for self healing, i have discovered muscle testing as a way to release trapped emotions for physical or mental illnesses. I have ocd and im startingn to believe that my ocd is due to trapped emotions and i really want to release this ? Are there any other methods or people who have released this or recovered from ocd. I do not want to just help the symptoms i actully want to just cure this ocd

blossomingsoull97 30-01-2018 09:16 PM

Also have this urge to just fix things now, can this mean anything ?

Melahin 30-01-2018 10:08 PM

Very interesting. I understand that in Quantum there exist a possible / potential you state in which you do not have OCD. How you get there might be this; so I am curious what happens if you just stay with the process of releasing trapped emotions :happy8: Sorry that I have no concrete answers...

blackraven 08-02-2018 02:16 PM

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Originally Posted by blossomingsoull97
Now on this journey for self healing, i have discovered muscle testing as a way to release trapped emotions for physical or mental illnesses. I have ocd and im startingn to believe that my ocd is due to trapped emotions and i really want to release this ? Are there any other methods or people who have released this or recovered from ocd. I do not want to just help the symptoms i actully want to just cure this ocd


Hi blossomsoull97. It has been my experience with people that have OCD that that's just the way they are wired. I can't speculate or say for certain what triggers this type of behavior or where it stems from with ones upbringing. Saying "That's just the way they are wired" is, what I believe, a positive way of looking at OCD. I would speak to a professional in the area of OCD though to see if their are cognitive behavior modification techniques for improving OCD, especially if it is impacting ones life in a bothersome manner. Best to you.

Miss Hepburn 03-04-2019 12:59 PM

My observations (OCD):
When a child had little control...they were told what to wear- and did not like the choice..
were not listened to, so their thoughts, feelings, preferences didn't count, were not encouraged to express
their feelings-crying, having a tantrum., their heartfelt gifts from school were ignored or worse...
the general outcome is an adult that unconsciously is saying,
"By golly, I'm going to have control now."
This makes them feel settled and calm....place the vase to the left out of
symmetry and a tension is felt inside;
mimicking the pain they swallowed for years in the family household.

In many ways, of course, this can manifest...the jars all must face out, the vase has to be exactly 'here',
you must be on time, everything has it's 'place' and so on.
They can be meticulous hosts,
excellent friends (as long as you tow the line), great employees, excellent gift givers,
since they can be approval addicts, getting little to none as a child.

They are wounded, need constant praise like a child (similar to the narcissist, they have misunderstood wounds
of severe insecurity, neglect to shaming, thus, their early synapses did not complete their normal connections).

The OCD adult is often the child of a narcissist, an emotionally absent alcoholic, thus,
the cycle of pain and trauma continues...many xs the adult not wanting to have children.

Matty 18-06-2021 11:17 PM

For starters before you attempt to remove this OCD, I would suggest loosen the shackles of the imposed title of OCD, there is a saying that goes something like. Don't name the animal that your going to eat. It's not a pet

Matty 19-06-2021 08:28 AM

My apologies but my old habits have to ask......

Is self healing your OCD?
I have several other"answering question's with questions" I so want to ask...

Native spirit 20-06-2021 10:45 PM

Ocd can be helped by Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Some people especially in adults it can be very Debilitating


Namaste

Ewwerrin 23-06-2021 07:35 AM

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Originally Posted by blossomingsoull97
Also have this urge to just fix things now, can this mean anything ?

Hi,

I wanted to clarify, incase it is of help:
causal believe > causes the feeling > causes the behaviour,

So a feeling can help you become aware of your believe.
So that you can change it.

Hope you enjoy yourself. Wish you all the well-being.

Good day.

blackraven 27-06-2021 07:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Miss Hepburn
The OCD adult is often the child of a narcissist, an emotionally absent alcoholic, thus,
the cycle of pain and trauma continues...many xs the adult not wanting to have children.


I agree with this statement, Miss H, although I also believe OCD can transpire in a person for a multitude of reasons.


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