Produced by Journeys Inward Voice Artist: Asheida
Imagine the freedom and possibilities of a life no longer ruled by Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) occurs when taking control of your life goes beyond reasonable behavior. You find yourself controlled by compulsions to repeat certain things over and over – checking to be sure you have turned off lights or the stove, for example – and you are burdened with obsessive thoughts that won’t go away. You spend all of your time making sure nothing bad will happen, and you are unable to let go of control and enjoy your life.
OCD is based on the need to be in control. In itself, taking control of your life is a good thing. The problem with OCD is that taking control goes out of control. Instead of controlling your life, your obsessions and compulsions control you. You worry constantly and feel compelled to repeat rituals that you believe will prevent disaster from occurring. The pattern of repeating compulsive behaviors to reduce the anxiety caused by obsessive thoughts takes over your life, and the toll that OCD takes on your time and your psyche are severe.
If you struggle with obsessive compulsive disorder and need a way to break free, hypnosis can help. Hypnotic suggestions can help reduce your obsessive thinking and compulsive actions so that these things no longer rule your life. With hypnosis, you can let go of the irrational fears that drive OCD. You can learn that you are able to control what you need to control without the vigilance of obsessions and compulsions.
Benefits of this Self Hypnosis MP3:
- Let go of fear.
- Reduce your obsessive thoughts.
- Stop repetitive behavior.
- Feel more relaxed and able to control of your life without obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors.
- Drug free and natural remedy.
Download the MP3 and discover what you’ve been missing when you break free from your OCD.
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