Client of the Week!
Overwhelming reactions can be our current day response to a historical trigger.
A man in his late 30’s came to see me a couple of weeks ago for help with his OCD symptoms. They were not major symptoms but his partner was concerned that they were getting more intrusive. He needed to have things done in a certain order and he needed to clean parts of the house in a certain way. He also appeared quite controlling with their young child.
Using Kinesiology we discovered that his OCD symptoms were driven by fear and anxiety from when he was younger. Although he had consciously dealt with the situations which triggered his initial fear, the subsequent anxiety was still active inside him. We released that anxiety and worked on some other historical triggers and he went away.
He returned this week to say that he felt much better about nearly everything, that his OCD symptoms had greatly reduced, and requested that we work on some specific situations which caused him to feel anxious about his child. Again we cleared up some historical triggers and worked on strategies he could use to deal with his anxiety if he came across an unexpected trigger. I look forward to seeing him in two weeks time for what might be his last visit.