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"Carefully watch your THOUGHTS, for they become your WORDS. Manage and watch your WORDS, for they will become your ACTIONS. Consider and judge your ACTIONS, for they have become your HABITS. Acknowledge and watch your HABITS, for they shall become your VALUES. Understand and embrace your VALUES, for they become YOUR DESTINY."----Mahatma Gandhi


Obsessive Compulsive Thoughts and Hypnosis

By Devin Hastings


Excerpt from article:

“The alley is dancing-shadow dark and the sounds of his thoughts seem to menacingly echo between the dark building walls as walks tentatively forward.


His anxiety builds as he wonders when he will next have one of his ‘terrible’ thoughts.  And then, as if the thought were genie-like summoned, it comes to his mind too quickly for him to avoid. 


While he attempts to flee the quicksand torture of his alien thoughts, his heart screams for relief.”


The above is how one of my OCD clients expressed what it was like for him as he lived in fear of his OCD thoughts. 


My client Jon (alias) contacted me about hypnosis for OCD because his ‘OCD attacks’ were snowballing in frequency and intensity and he was becoming desperate enough to try anything including ‘voodoo hypnosis’.


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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Can Hypnosis Help?

By C. Devin Hastings


Excerpt from article:

OCD. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Only 3 words.

An incredibly subtle understatement for such an emotionally painful condition that more than 3 million Americans experience everyday.

3 letters to describe a medical situation that is both humiliating and, at times, deadly.

Yes, OCD can definitely be deadly. Sometimes it’s a slow, almost imperceptible path of destruction and sometimes it leads to suicide. A very dear friend of mine died from the ultimate outcome of obsessive behavior.

What is tragic is that her condition was not diagnosed as such and therefore was left untreated. Had her symptoms been recognized, it would have been much more likely that her death would have been avoided. 

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