OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) – The Breach of Trust

OCD is triggered due to the breach of trust. It has two clear components a) obsessive thoughts b) compulsive thoughts. Compulsive thoughts are the one, which triggers 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 the disturbance in emotional body but since the mind is balanced, as the 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.

Compulsive thoughts trigger a state of depression (http://nvlife.net/459/early-sign-of-stress-beginning-of-disorder) and that further triggers loss of control on the mind leading it towards obsessive thoughts.

In your childhood, if you saw your parents fighting, you grow up with fragile trust in the relationship, feeling unsafe and always trying to be on guard to protect self. It gets stored in your subconscious as a belief and when you are in a relationship, any single sign of relationship breaking away alarms you by triggering your belief in the subconscious to trigger thoughts to protect your emotional body which does not want to feel unsafe and lonely again.

Being suspicious about your partner and not trusting is the direct form of OCD, however, OCD appears in many mundane tasks such as obsession to clean the house few times a day, repeatedly checking house is locked or not. Such occurrence of behaviors is a case, where a patient does not have enough courage to confront the partner in case of suspicion and driven by self-pity, diverts OCD towards such behavior. Regardless, it remains issue connected with Trust.

Obsessiveness and compulsiveness are two different symptoms of this disorder. Obsessiveness comes from the high ego which has the desire to retain the relationship (survival) and compulsiveness comes from the root cause of trauma (causing insecurity) in the childhood. Hence it is the combination of greater need to survive combined with insecurity. The desire to survive remains the single most positive factor in restoring back the patient in our treatment.

In our research and treatment(http://nvlife.net/category/treatment), this is not considered serious kind of disorder. there is the simple process to reverse the disorder over a period of 3 to 6 weeks to restore their balance of Emotion-Mind-Body and once restores, we heal the trauma of the past to help the patient restore their trust. Simple breathing technique once practiced every day for 18 minutes, after the treatment, ensure that it never comes back and through that patient with some help from family, in few months, begin to vibrate at a different vibratory level and confidence that it will never come again for them.

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8 Comments

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    Vishwas Saxena
    April 4, 2014 at 3:56 pm

    Great post Naveen! Really like it from heart!!

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    Radhika
    May 28, 2014 at 11:54 am

    Thanks, it helped a lot to understand the cause of OCD so clearly. After searching so much on google, but it was not satisfactory. Thank u so much.
    I wanted to know, what kind of treatment do you give for OCD, is it counselling or medicine.

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      Naveen Varshneya
      June 2, 2014 at 7:22 am

      Radhika,

      may I direct you to read FAQs and all the articles written under the heading “Treatment” to understand how we do it. Payal can help you understand them better and then you can speak to some one who got cured to further understand the process, relief etc..

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    Payal Sharma
    June 1, 2014 at 4:51 pm

    Radhika, Please write to me at [email protected] and I would ge in touch with you explaining all the details. Thanks

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    Amit Nad
    September 6, 2014 at 11:45 pm

    Madum,
    Iam Amit nad from Delhi suffering from OCD last 15years.i want to know about the this treatment and what its side effects.iam taking tab serlift 100 mg 2tab daily at night.i feel life is very boaring in life nothing to do. I feel lot of pain in our head.

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      Naveen Varshneya
      September 7, 2014 at 1:11 am

      Dear Amit,

      To learn more about treatment, you can visit http://nvlife.net/category/treatment. Please do not forget to visit FAQs section.

      Typically OCD patients feel pain in their temple region and then spreading into forhead. This is because your pineal glad is over active. In some cases, people feel void or pressure at the top of the head and often that is reported to be a sign of OCD graduating into schizophrenia. There are so side effects of the treatment. However, you would need one family member to contact us to go ahead for treatment as we directly do not start with mental disorder patient unless family/friend are involved in it for ethical and moral reasons.

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    Meeta
    April 18, 2017 at 11:10 am

    Have you written about OCPD as well ? please let me know the link if they is some information on this. Thanks.

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