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Meditation In A Bottle

by Regina Fancy (2020-01-26)


If you are one of those people who have admitted to yourself Meditation In A Bottle Review "I have OCD", you have accepted that you have a problem to deal with. One thing you might not be aware of is that this problem could very well be a lot less difficult than you think. The truth that many fail to understand is that obsessive compulsive disorder is actually a habit. Like other habits, it can be beaten and it doesn't require the use of medications. One thing that you will need to do is to attempt to perform some mental retraining. Your mind has accepted OCD as an acceptable way to respond to certain things and that needs to change.If you are one of those people that have said "I have OCD", you have likely taken measures to overcome it. Among these is very likely the consulting of professional help. Using a therapist or counselor can be helpful because they give you someone to talk to and they help you understand underlying issues. A problem that can arise is the need you may have to speed up the process of healing. This could have you consulting multiple therapists and/or counselors. You do not want to do this because it overloads you with information and different points of view. This will likely result in confusion and that will effectively slow you down, the exact opposite of what you would be intending.When you say "I have OCD" you are admitting to yourself the truth. Accepting this is the first step towards doing something about it. We make decisions based on emotion, not logic. This results in us acting in ways that we'd prefer not to. Rituals are like that in this regard. You may not want to do a ritual, but you may feel compelled to do it and so you do so anyway. You need to retrain your brain so that it doesn't feel that it needs the ritual any longer. To do this you will need a lot of patience and effort. In the end it's ultimately worth it.

 

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