Science of Disorder

OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) – The Breach of Trust

OCD is triggered due to breach of trust. It has two clear components a) obsessive thoughts b) compulsive thoughts. Compulsive thoughts are the one, which trigger in our mind on its own and we have poor control on their arrival in our conscious mind. We all have such thoughts all the time due to disturbance in emotional body but since mind is balanced, as normal person, we are able to control them and focus on normal life. However it is an effort. When intensity and periodicity of such compulsive thoughts become higher and reach a critical mass, they turn obsessive and our control on them is now very fragile.

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Memory Loss-Alzheimer/ Dementia -Memory loss or choice of the Consciousness

Dementia is a state of mind where our consciousness loses reference to the present moment and drowns into the past. This happens to all of us all the time, but however in case of dementia, need to come back to present moment is not felt by mind as strongly as felt by normal people who are focused on survival. Are we saying as our need to survive( not to be taken as need to live) goes down, we begin to drown into the memories which we pushed under during our younger days and live in them? Is this lack of vision for future that we turn to past? is it lack of hope? or is it lack of usefulness which men ( and now more women) begin to experience after they are no more productive or have a need to be productive economically or socially or personally?

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Disability, Autism and Disorder- A perspective

When he broke her trust by going out for a date, she developed OCD and would check for every move of her husband. She fought, questioned and that ruined her family life and finally took her life way.

While doing MBBS degree, his father was shot dead in his hometown and later on when he got married, his wife cheated him. As a professor in a Middle-East university, he was harassed and not allowed to come to India. He finally managed to run away but by then, he had developed depression and later Schizophrenia. A year later, he committed suicide.

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How Disorders are formed

Every culture has rituals to deal with loss or pressure. In case of death in the family, India has tradition of 13 days of living in sorrow to ground it. Friends and society make sure everyone cries and releases the sadness. Religious yet spiritual chants and worshiping is designed to give wisdom to the grieving family to let go of attachment and restore faith in life.

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Understanding “Depression” Better

Question: Can you please give more examples or symptoms, as this is the beginning of all mental disorders… -by Payal Sharma REPLY: The best way to understand the state of depression is by the first rule, as defined by us i.e. “when impact of an event in life is bigger than the faith in life, mental disorder begins to set in” Let us take examples: I have expectation that my daughter shall score 90% marks. She does not. If this…

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ADHD (Attention Deficiency Hyperactive Disorder)

We seek attention when we feel lonely. When we fear loneliness, we fight it out for survival and this is where we constantly remain engaged in seeking attention by asking questions and doing things to attract attention. The real challenge with this disorder is that when it sets in the child. There are excessive energies gone in the upper chakras from lower chakras and child has no control in his/her behavior as by being restless or hyper, they mean to…

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Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Disorder – The Alternate Currents (AC) and Direct Currents (DC)

The best way to understand bipolar disorder is to understand Alternate currents (AC) and Direct currents (DC). For non-technical people, AC is cyclic in nature which is being supplied in our homes. DC is a straight line current which is used in batteries in toys/mobile phones. Emotions have motion and it is the language of spirit. It travels through the body and its purpose is to experience the emotion and allow it to get grounded. Flow of emotions in human…

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Depression – Anger Turned Inward Triggered by Disappointment

Depression is like a cloud and it does not mean that Sun is not shining. Depression is anger turned inward. Anger is triggered by “disappointment”. Disappointment can be caused by not fulfilling expectations either from people or self. Disappointment can come from any source. Be it your own set expectations, from relationships or your own milestones. The driver for disappointment does not lie in being ambitious, but inability to resolve sense of failure (where event is bigger than faith in…

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Schizophrenia – Cause and Effect

Subconscious mind has information stored from many lives including present one. Conscious mind has the role of channelizing this information in such a way that subconscious does not interfere with the physical reality. On a daily basis, sleep ensures that the partition between conscious and subconscious remains intact. When a person gets into a situation where conscious mind loses its control on the physical reality; flood of information from subconscious begins to surface in the conscious mind. This mixes the…

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