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Once released, the space immediately fills with a loving sense of Oneness with everything. There are no limits to the number of times this tool can be used, especially with regards to transmuting our thoughts into pure light, and those of our family, our ancestors and descendants.
This tool is a request to purify toxic thoughts that cause real disconnections in our perception. For the ancient Hawaiians, all problems begin to take shape as thoughts. The problem does not lie in having thoughts. The problem resides in the thoughts that are filled with painful memories about people, places or things. We are the sum of all our experiences, which means that we are burdened by our past experiences. If we observe closely when we experience stress or fear in our life we would realize that the cause lies in our memory.
The emotions tied to these memories affect us now. The subconscious associates an action or a person in the present with something that happened in the past. When this happened, emotions get activated producing stress. Our intellect alone cannot solve these issues because its role is only to manage these processes.
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At this point, something wonderful happens: the energy is not only neutralized; it appears, disappears, leaving a blank page in its place where it is possible to write a new reality. The final stage is to allow Divinity to show up and fill the void of the blank page with Divine Light. What is needed is just to determine and perceive the existence of physical, mental or emotional situations that are overwhelming us. Please forgive me.
Your Email. Your Name. Your email address will not be publicly shown. Also it is important to understand that compulsions are paradoxical — that is they bring about the opposite of what they are intended to accomplish. That is to help the sufferer to be free of anxiety and obsessive thoughts. What compulsions do accomplish is to cause the sufferer to become behaviorally addicted to performing them. Even the little bit of relief they get is enough to get this dependency going. Compulsions only lead to more compulsions and avoidance only leads to more avoidance.
This is really only natural for people to do. It is instinctive to try to escape or avoid that which makes you anxious. Unfortunately, this is of no help in OCD. Another problem that arises from performing compulsions is that those who keep checking their own reactions to members of the opposite or same sex will inevitably create a paradox for themselves.
When they are around members of their own sex they also become anxious, which leads to further stress and of course more doubts about themselves. The flip side of this is when they look at things having to do with sex of an opposite orientation and then feel aroused in some way, which they then conclude to mean that they liked it, which means that they are gay or straight.
This is the mistake I referred toarlier when I stated that people react sexually to sexual things.
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People like to ask if there are any new developments in OCD treatments. Aside from a few new medications since the last article, treatment remains essentially the same. The particular form of behavioral therapy shown to be the most effective is known as Exposure and Response Prevention ERP. ERP encourages participants to expose themselves to their obsessions or to situations that will bring on the obsessions , while they prevent themselves from using compulsions to get rid of the resulting anxiety.
The fearful thoughts or situations are approached in gradually increased amounts over a period of from several weeks to several months. As you do so in slowly increasing amounts you develop a tolerance to the presence of the fear, and its effect is greatly lessened. By continually avoiding feared situations, and never really encountering them, you keep yourself sensitized. The result is that as you slowly build up your tolerance for whatever is fear provoking; it begins to take larger and larger doses of frightening thoughts or situations to bring on the same amount of anxiety.
When you have finally managed to tolerate the most difficult parts of your OCD they can no longer cause you to react with fear. It is important to note that the goal of ERP is not the elimination of obsessive thoughts but to learn to tolerate and accept all thoughts with little or no distress. This reduced distress may in turn, as a byproduct, reduce the frequency of the obsessions.
Complete elimination of intrusive thoughts may not be a realistic goal given the commonality of intrusive thoughts in humans in general. Using this technique you work with a therapist to expose yourself to gradually increasing levels of anxiety-provoking situations and thoughts.
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You learn to tolerate the fearful situations without resorting to questioning checking or avoiding. By allowing the anxiety to subside on its own, you slowly build up your tolerance to it, and it begins to take more and more to make you anxious. Eventually as you work your way up the list to facing your worst fears there will be little about the subject that can set you off. You may still get the thoughts here and there, but you will no longer feel that you must react to them and you will be able to let them pass. There are many techniques for confronting sexual and other obsessions that we have developed over the years.
Listening to minute audio tapes or tape loops about the feared subject. Leaving cell phone voice-mail messages for yourself about the feared subject.
Writing 2-page compositions about a particular obsession and then taping them in your own voice. Writing feared sentences repetitively. Hanging signs in your room or house with feared statements. Wearing T-shirts with feared slogans. Visiting locations that will stimulate thoughts. Being around people who will stimulate thoughts. Agreeing with all feared thoughts and telling yourself they are true and represent your real desires. Reading books on the subject of your thoughts. Visiting websites that relate to your thoughts. Reading books by or about gay persons. Watching videos on gay themes or about gay characters.
Visiting gay meetings shops, browsing in gay bookstores, or visiting areas of town that are more predominantly gay. Wearing clothes in fit, color, or style that could possibly look effeminate for a man or masculine for a woman. Looking at pictures of good-looking people of your own sex and rating them on attractiveness. Reading magazines, such as Playboy, if you are a woman, or Playgirl, if you are a man. Standing close to members of your own sex.
Doing a series of writing assignments of a couple of pages each that suggest more and more that you actually are gay or wish to be. Making a series of three-minute tapes that based on the writings gradually suggest more and more that you are gay, and listening to them several times a day changing them when they no longer bother you. Not checking your reactions to attractive members of your own sex. Not imagining yourself in sexual situations with same-sex individuals to check on your own reactions.
Not behaving sexually with members of the opposite sex just to check your own reactions. Resist reviewing previous situations where you were with members of the same or opposite sex, or where things were ambiguous to see if you did anything questionable. Avoid observing yourself to see if you behaved in a way you imagine a homosexual or member of the opposite sex would. Reading about people who are sexually confused. Reading about people who are transgendered.
Looking at pictures of people who are transgendered or are transvestites. Telling yourself and listening to tapes telling you that you will never really know what you are. Not checking your reactions when viewing members of either sex. Not acting sexually to simply test your reactions.
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Avoiding reviewing thoughts or situations you have uncertainty about. Many of the above therapy tasks can sound scary and intimidating. Behavioral change is gradual change. Recovering from OCD is certainly not an easy task. It takes persistence and determination but it can be done. People do it all the time especially, with proper help and advice. My own advice to those of you reading this would be to get yourself out of the compulsion trap and get yourself into treatment with qualified people. Fred Penzel, PhD, is a licensed psychologist who has specialized in the treatment of OCD and related disorders since You can unsubscribe anytime.
These can include: Looking at attractive men or women, or pictures of them, or reading sexually oriented literature or pornography hetero- or homosexual , to see if they are sexually exciting. Imagining themselves in sexual situations and then observing their own reaction to them. Masturbating or having sex repeatedly just for the purpose of checking their own reaction to it. This may also include visiting prostitutes in more extreme cases.
Compulsively reviewing and analyzing past interactions with other men or women to see if they have acted like a gay or straight person. Checking the reactions or conversations of others to determine whether or not they might have noticed them acting inappropriately, or if these people were giving the sufferer strange looks. Reading articles on the internet about how an individual can tell if they are gay or straight to see which group they might be most similar to. Repeatedly questioning others, or seeking reassurance about their sexuality. Some of the more typical questions sufferers are likely to ask can include those in the following two groupings: For those who obsess about not knowing what their identity is: How do I know whether I prefer women or men?
For those who obsess that they are of the opposite sexual orientation: Do you think I could be gay or straight? Some typical cognitive errors made by OC sufferers include: I must always have certainty and control in life intolerance of uncertainty. This can involve: Avoiding standing close to, touching or brushing against members of the same sex or opposite sex if the sufferer is gay.